Monthly Archives: November 2014

John Beilein’s Coaching Path

Excerpts from the article: There are few things that John Beilein doesn’t have nowadays. He has 741 wins over 39 years, climbing from a JV coaching job at Newfane to the head job at the University of Michigan. He has … Continue reading

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Geno Auriemma On Practice

When you win as often as Geno Auriemma has in his first 29 seasons at UConn – and let’s face it, a winning percentage of 86.9 percent constitutes a trend – you would think game day might be the favorite … Continue reading

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Gregg Popovich: The Importance of Being Honest

Gregg Popovich is entering his 18th year as the San Antonio Spurs head coach. Popovich’s longevity has partially been due to luck. The Spurs have drafted three Hall of Famers in Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili, who have … Continue reading

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Jon Gordon: 5 Ways to Think Like a Champion

5 Ways to Think Like a Champion I meet and learn from Champions every day. Not just in locker rooms but in classrooms, hospitals, homeless shelters, homes and office buildings. I’ve learned that to be a champion you must Think … Continue reading

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Jim Boeheim On Coaching & Life

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Pete Carroll Discusses Coaching & Life

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