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Monday, October 23, 2017

Quality Control

Football is well-known for having Quality Control coaches. Many of us could benefit from similar input. I consider myself a “career assistant” in a low-leverage head coaching position. I enjoy learning and teaching more than game management, substitution, and administration. 

How might we study quality issues?
  1. What are our points per possession close and late (e.g. four points or less, four minutes or less)? 
  2. How can we improve practice? 
  3. Do we have a “competitive matrix” where players are constantly challenged and graded? 
  4. Are we using our assistant(s) effectively?
  5. What is the status of our communication?
  6. What are our trends in shooting percentage differential, turnovers, rebounding, and free throw differential?
  7. How many passes do we make per game?
Time is our ultimate resource and QC coaches could improve our self-assessment and time allocation.


There is always room to do more, give more, and be more.



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