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The Basketball Podcast by Chris Oliver, Basketball Head Coach.. - 2d ago

Dave Smart, Matchup Based Offense and Defense

Guest: Dave Smart, Carleton Basketball Head Coach

In this week’s basketball coaching conversation, learn the competitive coaching philosophy of Carleton head coach Dave Smart. Smart has architected one of the most dominant dynasties in collegiate sport history. He served as the head men's basketball coach at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario from 1999 to 2019, where he led the Ravens to thirteen of the team's fourteen U Sports national championships in men's basketball.

Since taking over the Ravens program in 1999-00, Smart won 92 per cent of his games against Canadian opposition between 1999 and 2019. He led the Ravens to a Canadian men's record of 87 consecutive wins in league and playoff games, from 2002-2005. Smart has been named the Canadian Collegiate Basketball Coach of the Year a record eight times, and the OUA conference coach-of-the-year awards thirteen times.

 

Breakdown

1:00 - Force Left Defense

3:00 - Matchup Defense

5:00 - Focusing on Individuals

8:00 - Synergy in the Analytics

11:00 - No Help, Drive and Finding Open Players

13:30 - If you can't pass, You can't play.

15:30 - Forcing on Ability to Pass

18:00 - Dictated by Plan

19:40 - None

22:00 - Square

23:00 - Teaching on a Close Out

26:00 - Different Base Mechanics

28:30 - Is Defense Age Appropriate?

31:30 - Introduction of Defense Right Away

33:30 -Run and Jump

35:00 - Explaining Players Help Needs

36:30 - Defend Off the Ball Screening

38:00 - ADVERTISEMENT (Dave Smart Program)

39:00 - Ball Screen

42:00 - Actions That He Struggled the Most

44:30 - Post Defense

48:30 - Making Calls While in Post Defense

50:30 -Things He Emphasize in Transition

53:00 - They Dictate Matchups

54:30 - Running Players to the Dunker's Spot

56:30 - Talking about "Spacing"

1:01:00 - Taking the Spot

1:03:00 - How his doing Work on Spacing?

1:04:30 - Shot Selection Discussion

1:08:00 - Dictating Defense and Shots

1:11:00 - Forgetting to Look at the Chart

1:12:00 - Sharing his Knowledge

1:15:00 - Conclusion

 

Dave Smart’s Bio

Bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_Smart

Twitter: https://twitter.com/davesmartbball

Carleton Raven’s Basketball: https://goravens.ca/teams/mens-basketball/

Website: http://www.davesmartbasketball.com/

 

Basketball Immersion

Website: http://basketballimmersion.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion

Facebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion

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Dave Smart, A Competitive Basketball Philosophy

Guest: Dave Smart, Carleton Raven's Basketball Head Coach

In this week’s basketball coaching conversation, learn the competitive coaching philosophy of Carleton head coach Dave Smart. Smart has architected one of the most dominant dynasties in collegiate sport history. He served as the head men's basketball coach at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario from 1999 to 2019, where he led the Ravens to thirteen of the team's fourteen U Sports national championships in men's basketball.

Since taking over the Ravens program in 1999-00, Smart won 92 per cent of his games against Canadian opposition between 1999 and 2019. He led the Ravens to a Canadian men's record of 87 consecutive wins in league and playoff games, from 2002-2005. Smart has been named the Canadian Collegiate Basketball Coach of the Year a record eight times, and the OUA conference coach-of-the-year awards thirteen times.

 

Breakdown

1:00 - Coaching human being to be better in so many ways

2:30 - Desire to get Better, which is Fun

4:00 - Don’t like using or talking about the word “PROCESS”

8:00 - Explaining to people his Philosophy about “Depend”

10:00 -  Finding Ways to Win

12:30 - Talking about Evil Players

14:50 - Ways He done to make them Accountable for Behavior Change

16:00 - “Better than everybody else”

18:30 - The Types of Persons in a Group and their Levels

24:00 - He Never Lose to the Bad Teams

25:00 - Leadership of his Players within his program

27:00 - His Team Defended Very Well in Games

29:00 - Comparison between their Game Last year and This year

30:00 - Process of cultivating players in his program

33:00 - Not be “Reactionary”

35:20 -  Mini Conversations

37:00 - True Emotions of Him in Referees

38:30 - Consequences That Impact Players to Hold Their Emotions to the Refs

40:30 - Consequences of Winning and Losing in Practice in a Drill

43:00 - What leads him to more success from a Coaching Perspective

46:00 - The Need of Accountability

49:00 - Philosophy of "There is too much..."

51:15 - Goal and Expectation of Player's Shot Counts in His Practice

53:00 - His Competition-Based Practices

56:00 - Teaching a Child Shoot and Defend in a Slow Learning Pace

59:00 - Philosophy and Views including Players within Practices

1:04:00 - Things that helped them succeed against Division I Teams

1:08:00 - Conclusion

 

Dave Smart’s Bio

Bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_Smart

Twitter: https://twitter.com/davesmartbball

Carleton Raven’s Basketball: https://goravens.ca/teams/mens-basketball/

Website: http://www.davesmartbasketball.com/

 

Basketball Immersion

Website: http://basketballimmersion.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion

Facebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion

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Pascal Meurs, Basketball Is Not Pre-Programmed

Guest: Pascal Meurs, European Professional Coach

In this week’s basketball coaching conversation, European professional coach Pascal Meurs join the podcast to discuss moving away from preprogrammed drills and applying analytics in simple ways. Meurs is a professional basketball coach with experience at the highest level in Belgium, The Netherlands, France and Luxembourg.

Pascal is an expert in advanced basketball analytics with a Phd in mathematics. As a skilled speaker on coaching clinics, he has been invited to three different continents.

 

Breakdown:

1:00 - Why He Don’t Like Pre-Program Drills?

2:20 - Things that we can do to Make our Players Smarter

4:00 - Alternative to the 11-Man Drill

5:40 - Passing Drill is Primary in their Era

7:15 - Teaching Players How to Relate Practice to the Game

9:00 - Things to do to Help Players Train Defensive Decision Making

11:00 - Loads for Learning Drills

13:00 - Assessment Dictates Tomorrow’s Emphasis of the Drill

14:30 - Development of Coaching Both Side at the Same Time

16:30 - Doing a Lot of 1-on-1

18:30 - Limit a Defender to Emphasize Offense/Defense Decision Making

20:00 - Traditional 1-on-1 Drills, Limiting in terms of Development

21:47 - Creating Game Situation

23:00 - Decision Making Off the Ball on 1-on-1 Progressions

24:00 - Twice a Day Program

25:00 - Starting 5-on-5 on a Stationary

26:50 - Defense: Intensity and Communication is Important

29:40 - Terminology Used in Recovery on Ball Screen

31:30 - Personal Stats that He Valued as a Coach

33:00 - “The more passes, the more chances to have buckets”

36:00 - Defending Harder

37:30 - Other Ways we can Measure Playing Hard

39:00 - Pace

42:30 - Win Games by Playing Slower

44:00 - Pace and Efficiency in Offense

47:00 - Decision Making on doing Faster or Slower Pace of Playing

49:00 - Analytics Coaches are Missing out On

50:50 - Marry The Analytics with Video

52:30 - Things to do when Self-Scouting

54:00 - Closing Remarks Advice to Coaches

56:00 - Conclusion

 

Pascal Meurs’ Bio

Bio: https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pascal_Meurs

Twitter: https://twitter.com/PascalMeurs?lang=en

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pascalmeurs/

Website: https://www.pascalmeurs.com/

 

Basketball Immersion

Website: http://basketballimmersion.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion

Facebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion

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The Basketball Podcast by Chris Oliver, Basketball Head Coach.. - 3w ago

Vance Walberg, Dribble Drive Offense

Guest: Vance Walberg, Former Assistant Coach in the NBA

In this week’s basketball coaching conversation, one of the most innovative minds in basketball brings his approach and philosophy to the basketball podcast as Vance Walberg shares some ideas on the dribble drive offense. Vance Walberg's Dribble Drive system has evolved into an offensive attack adopted, and adapted, with thousand of coaches of all levels all over the world.

 

Breakdown:

1:00 - Started of his Dribble Drive Offense

2:40 - Evolution of the Game

3:30 - Seeing Elements in Teams Playing Nowadays

4:30 - Depth of his Teaching

5:40 - Mistakes Coaches Made with the Dribble Drive

7:00 - Teaching Points of what is a Good Shot at the Rim

9:20 - Things that Allow to Ability to Attack the Weak Side

11:00 - Spacing to the Corners and Triple Gaps

14:00 - Advice to Coaches to their Drills and System

16:30 - Other Thoughts on Dribble Drive

17:30 - Empowering the Weak Side

19:15 - Outlets for Trouble

21:00 - Emphasizing Dibbler Countering

23:30 - Talking about Rockets and their Plays

24:30 - Progression of Teaching Dribble Drive at Different Levels

26:00 - Best Defense Against Dribble Drive

28:00 - Switching at Dribble Drive

31:00 - Running Dribble Drive in Zones

32:00 - “Two-Sets” Concept

35:00 - In-Depth Offensive Rebounding Rules

39:00 - Favorite Technique in Creating Triple Gap

41:00 - Favorite Entry Action

42:30 - Things to Emphasize if his Team Don’t Have a Lot of Shoot

44:00 - Dimensional Players

45:30 - His Favorite Drills and it’s Changes

48:00 - Do Some People Sacrifice Primary Transition in Dribble Drive?

49:40 - Dribble Drive with Transition is Primary Offense

52:00 - Running Dribble Drive as a Main Offense in NBA Level

53:00 - Scouting Opponent

55:00 - Players Make Their Own Reads to the Opponents

56:00 - Things the He Charting

57:00 - Suggestion and Advices to Learn Dribble Drive

58:00 - Conclusion

 

Vance Walberg’s Bio

Bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vance_Walberg

Website: https://www.championshipproductions.com/cgi-bin/champ/auth/2254/Vance-Walberg.html

 

Basketball Immersion

Website: http://basketballimmersion.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion

Facebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion

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The Basketball Podcast by Chris Oliver, Basketball Head Coach.. - 1M ago

Brendan Suhr, Coaching Development

Guest: Brendan Suhr, Head Coach of LSU

In this week’s basketball coaching conversation, Brendan Suhr joins the podcast to discuss coaching development. Coach Brendan Suhr is viewed as one of the most respected figures in basketball with nearly 30 years as a coach and executive in the NBA and 13 seasons as a coach at the collegiate level.

 

Breakdown:

1:00 - Introduction

2:00 - Things that Coaches are Missing

3:30 - Teacher First and Teaching Leadership

5:30 - Things Coaches Have to Keep in Mind in NBA Level

8:00 - College Level

10:30 - Preservation than Innovation; Service

11:30 - Value of Mentorship

14:30 - Certification

15:30 - Coaching is a Nice, Positive Term

16:30 - Art of Coaching

20:30 - Learnings from Hubie Brown

22:00 - Concept of Teaching

25:00 - Informality of Coach Education

26:00 - Passion Component

27:00 - Steve Kerr Likes "Joy"

28:30 - Biggest Tip He Got from Hubie Brown

29:45 - You Need to Have Credibility

32:00 - Advertisement (Dave Smart Program Video)

33:30 - What Do You Do When You're Wrong?

36:30 - Putting More Effort in the Team

37:30 - The Way Coaches Practice

39:00 - Believing the Whole Method

42:00 - Working on Every Facet of the Game

43:00 - Teaching All Fundamentals Before the 5-on-5 Play

44:00 - Preservation vs Innovation

46:00 - Fear of Coaches

48:00 - Believing to their Head Coach

51:00 - Making Decision

53:00 - Practicing, Teaching and Drawing Up the Plays

56:00 - Hardest Things As Players Transition into Coaching

58:30 - Talking about Players

1:00:00 - Highlights for Coach U Podcast

1:01:30 - Commitment that You Really Need Have to Learn

1:02:40 - Coaching is a Suffering Business

1:04:00 - Conclusion

Brendan Suhr’s Bio

Bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brendan_Suhr

Twitter: https://twitter.com/brendansuh

Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/coaching-u-podcast-with-coach-brendan-suhr/id440404345?mt=2

 

Basketball Immersion

Website: http://basketballimmersion.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion

Facebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion

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Igor Milicic, Creative Coaching To Give Your Team Their Best Chance

Guest: Igor Milicic, Basketball Champions League Head Coach

In this week’s basketball coaching conversation, Basketball Champions League head coach Igor Miličić joins the podcast to discuss creative coaching. Coach Miličić is head coach of Polish League team Anwil Włocławek. His team competes with "underdog tactics" against much higher budgeted teams. On the podcast, he explains ideas to give your team the best chance to succeed.

 

Breakdown:

1:00 - Off the Back Door Play

3:30 - Defending Off the Back Door Play

4:40 - Challenges Coaching a Low-Budgeted Club

7:30 - Winning Championship

8:30 - His System of Defense

12:00 - Creating Dizziness in Opponents

13:30 - Preparation Time

15:30 - Buying in his System

17:00 - Goal of 2-2-1 Full Court

19:30 - Primary Goal of 1-3-1 System

21:00 - Transforming 1-2-2 System

22:00 - Things that Beat their 2-2-1

24:30 - Aim of 1-3-1 System

26:30 - Trading Corners

28:00 - Switching Players in Specific Situation

30:00 - Drawing Big Men in Trap Plays

31:00 - Attacking the 1-3-1 Defense

33:00 - Covering Up Matchups

35:00 - Flashing

36:00 - Matching Up in the Post

37:00 - Rules in Defense

39:00 - Practicing Defense

42:00 - Hard Show Defense

44:30 - Running Junior Program

45:30 - Realistic Situation

47:00 - Having Time

49:00 - Removing Traditional Pick and Roll

51:00 - Bringing His System to the Higher Clubs

53:00 - Concept of Pressing

56:00 - Scouting Opponents

59:00 - Conclusion

 

Igor Milicic’s Bio

Bio: https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Igor_Mili%C4%8Di%C4%87

Anwil Twitter: https://twitter.com/Anwil_official

 

Basketball Immersion

Website: http://basketballimmersion.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion

Facebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion

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Aaron Fearne, Tagging Up Offensive Rebound System

Guest: Aaron Fearne, Charlotte 49ers Assistant Coach, and Former Professional Head Coach

In this week’s basketball coaching conversation, Charlotte 49ers assistant coach, and former professional head coach, Aaron Ferne joins the podcast to discuss sending five players to the offensive boards. The podcast covers team and individual offensive rebounding tactics and techniques. Defensive transition is discussed in the context of this system to give you real insights into a stimulating idea. Fearne joins the 49ers coaching staff after spending the last nine years as head coach of the National Basketball League's Cairns Taipans, which plays in Australia's top professional league.

Breakdown:

1:00 - Introduction

2:00 - Tagging Up System

5:00 - Being on the Front Foot

9:00 - Transition Defense

11:00 - Exposing his System in NCAA Games

12:40 - Communicating in Transition

15:30 - Adjustments in the System

17:20 - Creating Advantage with Possessions

19:00 - Teaching Separation with the Player

21:00 - Struggle with the System

23:30 - Their Hands during the Scrum

24:30 - 14-Second Reset on FIBA

25:30 - Concept of Predictable Shots

27:00 - Controlling Phase

28:30 - Over Obsessions with Matchups

31:30 - Aggressive Players in Youth Development

33:00 - Female Teams who used the System

35:00 - Creating Danger for Them

36:30 - Game Plan

37:30 - Danger with the Scrum

38:30 - One-Hand Rebound

40:00 - Teaching Specific on Size Disadvantage

41:00 - Spacing the Outlet

42:30 - Commitment to the System

44:30 - Offensive Rebound used in the System

48:00 - His Kids Playing Basketball in America versus in Australia

51:00 - Holding Accountable

53:00 - Empowering of the Weak Side Players

56:00 - Conclusion

Aaron Fearne’s Bio

Bio: https://charlotte49ers.com/news/2018/7/31/mens-basketball-sanchez-adds-aaron-fearne-to-49ers-mens-hoops-staff.aspx

Twitter: https://twitter.com/aaronfearne14

 

Basketball Immersion

Website: http://basketballimmersion.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion

Facebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion

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Ryan Pannone, Advanced Offensive Rebounding and Pick and Roll Concept

Guest: Ryan Pannone, AC Hapoel Jerusalem Assistant Coach

In this week’s basketball coaching conversation, AC Hapoel Jerusalem assistant coach Ryan Pannone joins the podcast to discuss offensive rebounding, the pick and roll game and so much more. Pannone shares his knowledge gained from having coached all over the world including time in Israel, Slovakia, the United States, China and Germany.

Pannone has twice served as an assistant coach for Hapoel Jerusalem of Israel’s top-tier, as in addition to his current role, he was previously an assistant coach in the 2016-17 season. During the 2017-18 season. he served as head coach of BC Prievidza of the Slovak Basketball League, the top-tier league in Slovakia.

 

Breakdown:

1:00 - Introduction

1:30 - Working in Early Years

3:30 - Offense Rebounding

6:00 - Impact on Transition Defense to Rebound

6:40 - "Tagging Up" and "Go Getter"

8:00 - Skill Development Portion

10:00 - 2-Handed Rebound Guy

11:00 - Breaking with Film Study

13:00 - "Eliminate Effort When you First Touch"

14:00 - Running Screens

16:00 - Traditions and 1-Hand Rebound

17:00 - Tip Concept

18:30 - Percentage Spending on Offensive Rebounding

21:00 - Better Rebounder

23:00 - NBA says don't Offensive Rebound

25:30 - Factors Leading their team in Top 1 in Assist

27:40 - Video Scouting for Assist

31:00 - Player's Body

32:40 - Game Development Plan

34:30 - Practice Development Plan

36:40 - Low Impact Training

39:00 - Game Development When your Losing

41:00 - Confidence of a Coach

43:00 - Sharing Plan with the Players and Trainers

46:00 - Doing in Reps in Practice

48:00 - Player-Led in Practice Reps like Seth Curry

51:00 - Pick and Roll Team and their Spacing

52:00 - Re-Screen

54:00 - Big Guys during Pick and Roll

55:00 - Other Pick and Roll Concepts

57:40 - Non-Shooting Big's Decision Making

59:00 - Constant Moving in Pick and Roll

1:02:00 - Offensive Concepts in Europe

1:03:40 - Conclusion

Ryan Pannone’s Bio

Bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ryan_Pannone

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ryanpannone

 

Basketball Immersion

Website: http://basketballimmersion.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion

Facebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion

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Hanno Mottola, Developing A Program Wide Philosophy

Guest: Hanno Mottola, Finnish Basketball Coach

In this week’s basketball coaching conversation, Finnish basketball coach Hanno Möttölä joins the podcast to share ideas to help your program define its playing style. Möttölä shares ideas from his playing and coaching career, as a leading figure in Finnish basketball, to help us to better understand how to run a basketball program.

Möttölä has been with the Helsinki Basketball Academy’s as an assistant coach since 2012. In that role he assists with player development, player recruitment, NCAA recruiting and many other roles. He also currently serves as an assistant coach for the Finnish men’s A2 team.

As a player, Möttölä became the first Finnish player in the NBA when he played for the Atlanta Hawks, and the first Finn in the Euroleague. He helped lead Utah to the NCAA Final 4 in 1998 playing for Rick Majerus. He was also captain of the national team for 15 years appearing in one World Cup in 2014, and three European Championships (1995, 2011, 2013).

Breakdown:

1:00 - Introduction

3:00 - Story of Lauri Markkanen

5:00 - Skipping Fundamentals

6:40 - Steph Curry Effect

10:00 - Working on Lauri's Shooting Form

13:00 - Concept and Process of Brad Steven

15:30 - Finland Basketball

18:00 - Big Mobile Big Guys

19:30 - Controlling The Ball

20:40 - Ball's in The Deny Trailer

23:00 - Forcing Offense to Run Higher

24:10 - Needing a Game Plan for Denial

27:00 - Weak Side Eye

30:00 - Aggressive on the Ball

31:00 - Defending the Post

32:00 - Fronting the Post

35:00 - Transitioning to Offense

37:00 - Unselfish Society

38:00 - Running Ball Screen All The Time

40:00 - Set Plays

42:00 - Cutting Players

44:00 - Implementing Offense

45:00 - Synergy of the Game

47:00 - Lithuania

49:00 - Finland National Team

51:00 - Strategy

55:00 - Final Words

 

Hanno Mottola’s Bio

Bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanno_M%C3%B6tt%C3%B6l%C3%A4

Twitter: https://twitter.com/HannoMottola

 

Basketball Immersion

Website: http://basketballimmersion.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion

Facebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion

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Terry Fowler, Changing The Way You Practice and Play

Guest: Terry Fowler, South Alabama Head Women's Basketball Coach

In this week’s basketball coaching conversation, South Alabama head women's basketball coach Terry Fowler joins the podcast to discuss changing the way you practice and play. Coach Fowler has changed from a slower paced offense, to a faster higher possession offense. He has also moved from a more traditional practice style to a games based approach to coaching.

Breakdown:

1:00 - Introduction

2:00 - What and Why Change

4:00 - Pace of the Game in FIBA

5:00 - Freedom, Shot Clock and FIBA 3-on-3

9:30 - Constraint Led Coaching

11:00 - Remove the Fluff and Connecting it to 5 on 5

12:30 - Enjoyment of Players

15:30 - Explaining Unorthodox Style of Training

17:00 - Empowering Players

18:00 - Timeouts in Practice

21:30 - Insight on Changing

24:00 - End of Game Situations

27:00 - Two-Side Fast Break

31:00 - Crossing the Street

32:00 - Skill Development of his Players

33:00 - Couple of Possessions

36:00 - Coaching Both Sides with the Defensive Mindset

38:00 - Stopping  and Teaching Players in his Game's' Approach

41:40 - Mini Conversations with Players

43:00 - BDT Training

45:00 - Small Group Workouts

48:00 - Advice on Changing

49:30 - Perfect is No Longer the Goal

51:00 - Practice Planning

52:00 - Advice when Switching to a Games Approach to Coaching

53:30 - Conclusion

Terry Fowler’s Bio

Bio: https://usajaguars.com/staff.aspx?staff=320

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tfowl24

 

Basketball Immersion

Website: http://basketballimmersion.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion

Facebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion

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