Beachwood High School senior Maishe Dailey owned the basketball court last season, but still had no Division 1 offers going into his senior summer. Injuries kept Maishe out of the game for most of the regular season, making it hard to get on recruiters’ radars. Of course he wanted his comeback to be big – but it ended up being bigger than he ever imagined.
The best offensive players know the defense is always wrong. Take away a driving line? Great offensive players will knock down the open shot. Close out too far? Time for the offense to attack the rim. In this week’s drill from PGC Basketball, athletes will practice making good reads on defensive closeouts, becoming the powerhouse players defenses struggle to stop.
Posted on August 20, 2015 by Molly Hammond | Comments
The start of the school year means the beginning of an exciting new season. For a lot of teams, it’s also the time to fundraise. Standbys like selling candy and wrapping paper, or holding events like car washes and carnivals, can definitely get the job done - but what if we told you there’s a simpler way? Whether you want to drop a fundraising tradition that isn’t your favorite, or are looking to raise money for the first time, Hudl Campaigns can help.
In case you missed the memo, August is here and practices are once again underway. Welcome to the start of another football season with Hudl! Games are happening this week and it’s like you’ve already taken the time to edit team rosters, upload practice video and enter the 2015 schedule. If you haven’t been on Hudl in a few months, or this is your first year with Hudl, you might have a few questions.
Loving Hudl? Why not spread the love and make a little cash? That’s what our new and improved referral program boils down to. As a coach on Hudl, you automatically qualify, so read up on the details - and start getting paid. Find any coach who doesn’t have a Hudl account and get them started on a free trial. School and sport doesn’t matter, just make sure they enter your custom referral code during sign-up.
Every sports team can get better with video. It’s a fact we take seriously when designing a new product - and a huge reason we’re excited to give volleyball coaches a brand new platform for the 2015 season, allowing you to view each game as one continuous stream, seamlessly adding notes and drawings to help athletes improve.
When football season comes, we know there’s no time to spare. Why not save hours spent entering data post-game by giving Tag a Game a shot? It’s a free feature on the Hudl app for iOS, built to track player, team and opponent stats live. Every Friday night, your staff will walk off the field with more than 20 columns of breakdown data complete.
We’ve spent a lot of time discussing how Hudl Technique helps coaches and athletes in individual sports, but it’s also worth noting the impact it can have on teams. As summer winds down and the new season approaches, there’s no better time to get trained up on using Technique to your squad’s advantage. The following 10 tips should steer you in the right direction.
Ball screens are all over basketball today. As often as your team uses them, it’s also working against them. The fifth installment in our series with PGC Basketball teaches multiple ways to attack the ball screen defense, with a drill so quick and easy, you’ll have it implemented in no time.