I’ve covered this topic before yet I think it’s important to revisit it now that basketball season is about to get underway. I share an interesting statistic that shows why a good Plan B is imperative!
I discuss the difference between hard work and talent and why we may want to consider removing the word talent from our vocabulary. If you agree or disagree please let me know.
I discuss whether or not players and parents are realistic about their playing ability. Universities recruit all over the world now. If you can play they will find you! Brand new Six (6) week leadership development online course now available to those players serious about developing into leaders on and off the court! Email me […]
Everybody can’t be the star! I ask and discuss what is the role you play on your team. What do you do better than anyone else that can help your team win?
Stephen Bardo shares why it’s important to play 1-on-1 with teammates after practice. Builds your individual skills and becomes contagious to your whole team!
Do you know where your teammates are supposed to be on the floor? I discuss how knowing your teammates responsibilities as well as your own can take your game to the next level. I use a good example of covering Draymond Green in this one!
I cover college basketball for a living and I see a lot of players struggle decision-making, time and situation strategy. If you want to improve quicker, players, study the game! Make sure you sign up for the newsletter so you can view these as soon as they are posted. Thanks hoopers!!!
Stephen Bardo breaks down how student-athletes can learn to be more patient in the pursuit of their vision. Bardo shares his own personal experiences in moving from one level of the game (high school) to another (college, pro). Go to stephenbardo.com and sign up for the newsletter and receive a link to a special 3-part […]
I love to travel! It’s has been a constant during most of my life. I remember my father taking me with him to certain trips when he taught college courses at different universities. I loved being with him and all of the interactions with people when going through airports, hotels, rental car spots, and restaurants. […]
I just returned from a three-day trip to Anguilla to run a basketball clinic for local youth with my good friend Walter Bond. Dr. Ellis Webster, who is a successful Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor and a native of Anguilla, made the trip possible. He is an avid sports fan and understands the correlation between […]