As you may know, I’m a D.N.C., D.O.C.’s (the District of Columbia) assistant coach and co-host of the podcast, the “Pardon the Interruption” podcast.
The podcast was created by my dad, and I am one of his employees.
The show is always on the mind of my listeners, so I figured, why not create a podcast about how to improve your chances of landing a career in D.R.M.
As I mentioned on the podcast last year, my dad has an incredible amount of success.
He’s been a head coach at several schools, as well as an assistant coach at Duke.
He also served as the head coach of the D-League’s Fort Wayne Mad Ants.
In fact, he’s one of the most successful coaches in the history of the NBA.
He was also the NBA’s head coach for 14 seasons from 1992-2013, when he led the D League to three championships.
The podcast has been a huge help in my own development as a basketball player, as it gives me a better understanding of what is needed in order to succeed in the league.
For example, I’ve learned how to evaluate my own skills and where I can improve.
I’ve also become a much better basketball coach.
One of the biggest things I’ve discovered is that coaching is a lot like being a musician.
It takes a lot of practice to become good at what you’re doing.
I’m really glad to have been able to learn the skills my dad was so successful at.
He had me do the basic skills of playing the game, being a coach, getting my players into position to shoot the ball, being able to defend, getting the ball out of the paint.
I’ve always been a basketball coach in the classroom, and now I can go out and get some experience coaching.
As an assistant, I also have the benefit of being a head trainer, so my job is to take care of my players in the gym.
For the most part, I try to teach them how to be a good basketball player.
For me, that means not going out there and getting them in position to play defense, not getting them too aggressive on defense, and letting them take care when they get to the rim.
I also try to give them an opportunity to get into transition offense, because that’s where I believe they can be the most effective.
It’s not about being a point guard.
It doesn’t even have to be.
There are guys who can make a lot more than point guards.
My job is not to make them the best player.
It is to teach those players how to play basketball.
I try not to put pressure on them and make them do everything I want them to do.
In a sense, it’s the same as a coach.
You’re trying to make the best decision for the team, but you also need to do it for yourself as well.
In this way, I think that if you’re going to be successful as a head-coach, you have to have a really strong understanding of the sport and your own strengths.
The last podcast I did with my dad had him discuss what he believes is a major difference between basketball and the NBA, and why he believes the DLeague’s players are better players.
I thought it was a really insightful, interesting, and helpful conversation.
I think if you have a great understanding of your own skills, you can get the best out of your players, and if you can do that, you should take advantage of the opportunities presented to you in the NBA to get more out of them.
I’d love to hear what your thoughts are on this topic.
Thanks for listening!