Coaching Burnout

Coaching burnout is an interesting topic because there are so many different directions this conversation could go. Coaches burnout from the grind of the career (e.g. relocating, pay scale, politics) Coaches burnout from losing Coaches burnout from time-commitment Coaches burnout from the stress of competition The stigma surrounding mental health in sports is starting to … Continue reading Coaching Burnout

Basketball on Paper: Playing the Blame-Game

"Players don't win games, teams do. As a result, players shouldn't look for their own points, they should look to maximize team points. Players shouldn't care about stopping their own man if it means that other guys are scoring easily against teammates. Basketball is a team game, where winning as a team is all that … Continue reading Basketball on Paper: Playing the Blame-Game

Basketball on Paper: Game Theory

"Quantification of individual credit on a basketball team is one of the main goals of this book as well. I want to engineer the success of a team of individuals, first and foremost. But "engineering," almost by its very nature, means breaking success down into its different components and understanding the value of those components." … Continue reading Basketball on Paper: Game Theory