Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Motivational Quote

"You have to expect things of yourself before you can do them."

- Michael Jordan

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

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Making It Happen in 2007

Patosha Jeffery

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

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Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Extra Effort Wins III

Update on Alliesha Easley at Ole Miss

===>See Extra Effort Wins I and II

Freshman of the Week
Alliesha Easley, Ole MissGuard • 5-8 • Cordova, Tenn.

  • Led Ole Miss with 19 points in the Rebels' upset win over #5/6 LSU on Thursday.
  • She made 7-of-14 shots from the field, including 3-of-5 from beyond the arc.
  • She also added three rebounds and an assist versus the Tigers.
  • Posted 12 points and three rebounds in Ole Miss' 67-65 overtime win at Kentucky on Sunday.
  • She also added three rebounds versus the Wildcats.
  • Scored 10 of her 12 points in the first half to give Ole Miss a four-point halftime lead.
  • She averaged 15.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 0.5 assists on the week.

Saturday, January 13, 2007

How to Improve Your Game

Some basketball players are satisfied with being an average player or just being on the team. While the top players, are not. They enjoy the attention, the competition, the leadership role and responsibility. It is quite easy to turn your game around and become a top player. The question is “do you have the desire?” Listed below are the things you must do to improve your game.

1. Listen to your coach.

The first key to improving your game is your coach. What is your coach always complaining or nagging you about? Rebounding. Defense. Hustling. Think about it. If you need specific directions on what to improve, go ask your coach. They will tell you what you need to work on and not only that, they will show you how to perform the task properly.

2. Work Extra.

Team practices are not the time to work on your individual game. You must find time outside of practice to work on the skills your coach told you to work on. Set one to two days to the side each week to work on your game. You must be consistent. You will be surprised at how your game develops over time.

3. Set Goals.

Challenge yourself. Setting goals gives you the opportunity to go after something. If you average 2 rebounds per game, set a goal to double that. If you have the role to defend the best offensive player during a game, set a goal to hold them within a certain amount of points.

Improving your game is not hard to do. It takes desire, consistency and the willingness to work. Are you willing and ready?

Making It Happen in 2007
Patosha Jeffery

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Friday, January 5, 2007

Where's the BEEF?

Do you seem to not be able to make a jump shot on a consistent basis?

Does the ball seem to go to the left or the right and not into the basket?

Well you need to find your BEEF..

BEEF is what you need to correct your form on your shot.

Balance -- Make sure you are standing in a position with your feet a little closer than shoulder with apart. Also, make sure your shoulders and body is squared up to the basket.

Elbows in -- Bring your shooting arm up as if you are about to shoot a ball. Make sure that your elbow is close to your body and not extending out.

Eyes on target -- Your target should be the basket or if you are shooting a bank shot, your target should be near the tip of the box on the backboard.

Follow-through-- I'm sure you have seen the movie, Love and Basketball. Remember during a game when Sanaa Lathan took the jump shot during the game and just stood there with her shooting hand and arm extended toward the goal. That was a perfect follow through.

Try it. Find your BEEF.

Making it Happen in 2007,


Thursday, January 4, 2007

Happy New Year

I am extremely excited about 2007.

Are you?

Do you have any New Year's Resolutions related to basketball?
--Increase your scoring average
--Increase your rebounding
--Increase your free throw percentage
--Have more colleges looking at you
--Becoming stronger
--Becoming quicker
--Jumping higher

I have some awesome information to deliver this year.

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