COACHING PHILOSOPHIES

COACHING PHILOSOPHIES

Inside John Lucas’s 45-Year NBA Journey

Great work by Michael Shapiro of Sports Illustrated in depicting the amazing 45 year journey of Houston Rockets Assistant Coach, John Lucas. From being drafted #1 overall in the 1976 NBA Draft, to overcoming issues with sobriety, to becoming one of the game’s most influential coaches, Coach Lucas has garnered the respect of most in[…]

Golden State Warriors Assistant Coach Mike Brown Q&A Session

Great work by Tom Kirkland of the Olympic Channel in covering a wide range of topics with Golden State Warriors Assistant Coach, Mike Brown. Throughout this Q&A session, Coach Brown discusses his commitment to coaching the Nigerian National Team, Nelson Mandela’s impact on Africa, as well as learning from NBA superstars, including Stephen Curry, and[…]

NBA TNT Broadcasters Discuss NBCA President, Coach Rick Carlisle’s Impact on the Coaching Profession and the NBA Coaches Association

Great segment on TNT in shining a light on the fantastic work of NBA Coaches Association President and Dallas Mavericks Head Coach, Rick Carlisle. During the Golden State Warriors and Dallas Mavericks game on Thursday, February 4th, Chris Webber and Brian Anderson discuss Coach Carlisle’s impact on the NBA Coaches Association and the coaching profession[…]

Oklahoma City Thunder Head Coach Mark Daigneault’s Thoughtful and Intentional Approach

Great work by Nick Gallo of okc.com in illustrating Oklahoma City Thunder Head Coach, Mark Daigneault’s approach to establishing culture. In his first season as an NBA Head Coach, Daigneault created a team identity anchored around several mantras: ‘Approach, Not Results,’ ‘Be Where Your Feet Are,’ ‘What Else,’ and ‘0-0.’ These vital principles have allowed[…]