When considering playing time, make sure that everyone on the team gets to play at least half of each game. You’ll make decisions about who starts the game and when to enter substitutes, about making slight adjustments to your team’s tactics, and about dealing with players’ performance errors. This will let the player know when she can expect to get into the game and will help the player be more prepared for her playing time.
A V-cut is used by an offensive player to get open at the wing when the defensive player has a foot and hand in the passing lane and is trying to deny a pass to the offensive player. To execute a V-cut, the offensive player moves from the wing position and takes her defender to the basket. A backdoor cut is used by an offensive player when a defender has a foot and hand in the passing lane to deny a pass from the outside into the wing position.
One player is designated as the offensive player; this player will move in a quick manner back and forth on her side of the line. On the coach’s command, the player at the free-throw line (the offensive player) tries to get to the baseline without getting touched by the other player. On command, all players begin dribbling, and this player tries to touch the other players (all players are still maintaining their dribble).
The race was very important because it was the selection race for the World Cross Country Championships. Being Welsh, he had no need to run the English National, because he would automatically be selected to run for Wales in the World Cross. Indeed, as a Welshman he would normally not even have been eligible to run in the English National; his national race was the Welsh Championships, which he won a record number of times, However, in 1981 the rules allowed him to join an English club, ...
Positive and honest messages are good, but only if they are expressed directly in words that your squad members can understand. This may be particularly true when young squad members hear words that they don’t understand. ” Which message should the squad member believe—your gesture or your words?