That’s what my coach always said when you screwed up on the court. Instantly he would call for a time out, grind his teeth, take out his coaches board and start drawing. He never yelled, never lost control. He just grind his teeth, took out his board and started teaching. Teaching Moments.
He wouldn’t just use the board to draw up the next play. He would draw what we just did and then alter it to show what we should have done. He wanted to teach us the game.
First thing I bought when I started coaching a youth basketball team was a coaches board – just like this one. And I started teaching. Trying to teach the kids, not just how to dribble, pass and shoot, but to actually understand and play the game. Because that’s what my coach taught me. Thank you Coach!
Full court on the front.
Half court on the back.
Updated with the latest court layout.
Marker pen included.