As basketball makes more and more use of technology some fantastic resources have been developed. Here are a few of the most useful sites we have found:
Welcome to Coaching in Canterbury– a useful document about the basketball landscape in our region, basic rules of the game, roles in the game, and tips for new coaches.
Blank-scoresheet – (as stated)
Good Sports Spine – an outline of Development v Performance in junior athletes by Aktive and Good Sports
Mini-Basketball Dos-and-Donts – a one page document from FIBA
Practice Planning Considerations for Junior Athletes– a short document outline key points to consider when planning trainings, with a few practice plan examples.
Hoops Europe Games Approach V1 – drill manual suitable for all ages and levels incorporating a games based approach
Hoops Europe Games Approach V2 – drill manual suitable for all ages and levels incorporating a games based approach
Key Points For Coaches – a one page document containing key things for coaches to consider
Participant-athlete-development-research – a brief article from Sport New Zealand around junior athletes development pathways
Practice Plan Template– a blank practice plan with court diagrams and room for notes