With Hudl’s basketball tools, no workflow is wrong. While it can be tempting to stick with the routine you’ve always used, you might miss out on a feature or process that could be a game-changer. That’s why we’re challenging basketball coaches to give our tagging tools a try.
By now, you’ve probably heard about our in-game replay solution, Hudl Sideline. As is the case with every Hudl product, it was designed to help teams win, and that’s exactly what it did in the hands of the Thunderbirds. Bellevue West High School recently wrapped up one of its best seasons ever. According to its coaching staff, Hudl Sideline had a lot to do with that record.
New tools come with a bit of a learning curve - and Hudl’s basketball workflow is no exception. We built this platform with basketball coaches in mind, and want to make sure you’re getting the most out of your account so you can dive into the season with total confidence. That’s why we’ve gathered some of the most frequently asked questions and their answers - check ‘em out below.
If you’re dedicated to improving, hard work doesn’t wrap up with the high school season. As fall volleyball winds down, competitive clubs heat up, and there’s no better time to talk about how Hudl can help.
Regardless of sport, coaches who use Hudl have one important thing in common: opinions. We take your feedback seriously, whether it’s about favorite Hudl tools, processes you’d change, or features you’re anxious to see created. That’s why we have a forum dedicated to those suggestions.
Great defenders always know how to eliminate an offensive player’s best move. In this week’s drill from PGC Basketball, athletes will practice three defensive closeouts, each based on the kind of player they’re guarding. This workout will help players learn the strengths of their opponent, and how to take that strength away.
It’s never easy being a first-year coach, let alone at a program that’s been struggling for a full decade. Last year, Ben Engelland stepped in as the head wrestling coach at Kimberly High School in Wisconsin. Even though it was his first season with the Papermakers, Ben managed to coach his team to its best record in 12 years.
As much as we love watching a full reel of your season’s best plays, have you ever wanted to show just a few key moments? Creating short reels is totally fine. In fact, we’re encouraging it. Over the next three weeks, we’re asking football athletes to pull together short specialty reels featuring certain plays.
Because great defenses never rest, coaches are always looking for new ways to keep their D on its toes. This week’s drill from PGC Basketball is the perfect tool to keep your players in peak defensive performance throughout the season.