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The Hardwood Hustle is a basketball podcast brought to you by PGC Basketball seeks to educate, empower and encourage coaches around the world. Your hosts, TJ Rosene and Sam Allen share their experiences and perspectives centered around the game of basketball. Guest interviews from the biggest names in basketball and beyond, provide keen insights into how coaches can achieve a high level of success and be transformational in the lives of their players.
 
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This week we discuss the role of assistant coaches. There are takeaways for both head and assistant coaches on how to lead and support the program by making your staff better with ideas on improving communication, narrowing your focus, and anticipating the needs of the program.โดย Hardwood Hustle
 
This week we welcome leadership expert, Devin Durrant to the show. An All-American at BYU, former NBA player, successful real estate investor, and inspirational speaker. From the basketball court to conference rooms, Devin has found success in multiple ventures, but doesn't credit his basketball prowess or innate leadership knowledge with his accom…
 
This week Sam welcomes Head Coach John Baines to the show to talk Xs and Os. Coach Baines is entering his 10th as the head coach at Elmhurst University and fresh off a run to the Division III National Championship game. In this episode they talk playing fast, rebounding strategies, practice drills, and much more.…
 
This week TJ welcomes back Paige Tonz to discuss some important topics around the mental side of the game. We all want more confident athletes, but as coaches we need to learn how to help players help themselves. In this episode learn how to take the first steps in having your athletes practice their confidence before you get to the big game. Check…
 
This week, J.P. Nerbun returns to the Hardwood Hustle. He's the Founder and President of Thrive on Challenge, Author of Calling Up, and Host of the Coaching Culture Podcast. He's coached at a variety of levels and around the world, and now he coaches the coaches. Today we talk about his latest book, The Culture System and discuss how coach's can av…
 
This episode is part of a 2 part series with TJ and Sam as they continue to share what it looks like to execute better practices. In part 2 today, they'll cover off building habits, implementing a games approach, raising competitiveness, and how and when to pivot your practice plan.โดย Hardwood Hustle
 
The practice court is the coach's classroom. As we travel through our coaching careers how do we ensure we're getting better in this critical aspect which our season ultimately depends? This week, we start part 1 of Executing Better Practices and discuss developing players' focus, points of precision, communication, and growing intangibles.…
 
When it comes to parents, most coaches are frustrated dealing with difficult parents, or handling stressful parent situations, but today the team shares solutions and tools you can use to lead parents better and have a more fulfilling coaching experience.โดย Hardwood Hustle
 
To run or not to run? This week, TJ and Sam discuss the pros and cons of being a fast paced transition team. They also share the things you should be considering as a coach when deciding on your approach to transition offense.โดย Hardwood Hustle
 
As coaches, our teams need us to be at our best, but we get pulled in a lot of different direction, lack the support, and too often fall short. This week, we're joined by Cody Royle, a professional Aussie Rules Football Coach who is passionate about challenging the status quo in coaching and helping great coaches stay in the game. He's the author o…
 
We all know being a great communicator is essential to being a great leader and coach. Our players are always depending on us to give them the what, how, and why, in a clear and efficient manner. It's true, most also coaches assume they're good communicators. In this episode, Sam and TJ will help you take the guessing out of it and gauge where you'…
 
This week TJ, Sam, and Lisa dive into the state of coaching and what you can do to combat the challenges you're facing as a coach. We play an important role and have a tremendous opportunity to impact young people and influence our communities for the better. But we need to find ways to be the best version of ourselves and make sure we're on the ri…
 
This week we're joined by a special guest, Coach Bob Starkey. He's coached both men's and women's college basketball for almost 40 years and is returning this upcoming season to LSU as the associate head coach. In this episode he shares from his wealth of knowledge and experiences around coach development, specifically around teaching and motivatin…
 
This week, TJ and Sam discuss how to go about improving basketball IQ on your team. For some of us, this is one of our biggest headache watching our players take bad shots, turn the ball over, and making poor decisions on both ends of the floor. In this episode we attack those frustrations with better methods for teaching the game so you can get th…
 
This week, we're once again joined by our friend and DIII men's coach of the year, Head Coach Josh Merkel from Randolph-Macon. In the last 3 seasons they've sustained their winning ways compiling a 100-7 record. We interviewed him last spring to talk about building his program, and this year we get the inside scoop on their national championship ru…
 
This week, Sam and Lisa discuss how a coach leads their players when it comes to development, role identification and building relationships. Mapping out the development process for your team and your players is a big step forward for coaches. In this episode we share how you can start developing plans, creating opportunities, and evaluating progre…
 
This week we're joined by John Leonzo to break down the Dribble Drive Motion Offense. John Leonzo is an assistant coach at Wright State and is known in the basketball world for sharing his learnings and giving back to the game. After listening you'll not only understand the Dribble Drive offense better you'll also walk away with best practices for …
 
This week we're excited to have Greg Sheley join Sam and myself for a conversation about success at the junior college level, the one thing he wishes he would could go back and tell his younger self about hiring a staff, and how to prepare for the big games. In his 30 year career, his teams have won 5 NWACC championships and he's accumulated over 7…
 
We're joined by Coach Matt Sayman to talk about his unique story as a player with Baylor Basketball, how he's learned perspective as a high school coach at Grapevine Christian and developed his offensive run and gun philosophy. Check out the latest release of Matt's book, The Leftovers.โดย Hardwood Hustle
 
This week TJ and Sam tackle 3 interesting topics in coaching right now. Starting off with the handshake lines. How should coaches approach this aspect of the game with their teams? Is it time to do without or double down? Next they discuss how coaches develop better teams and teammates. With the emphasis on individualism, we need the ability to get…
 
In this episode we're joined by Patrick Touhey, president at Elite Performance Too – E, and author of Create Forever Teammates. Patrick mentors both coaches and players to help them reach their potential, combat unnecessary adult interventions, and bring back the enjoyment in sports experiences that too often is missing. In this episode and in his …
 
Knowing that the use of the shot clock isn't universal in basketball, TJ and Sam share why it’s beneficial and how coaches can think about their tactics in this area. They touch on defaulting to a late ball screen, changing defenses, and how to use the clock to their advantage.โดย Hardwood Hustle
 
Today we're joined by Lee Taft who shares with us what he's learned in his 30 years of developing athletes. He's spent much of this time teaching his multi-directional speed methods to elite athletes and top performance coaches all over the world. As basketball coaches, when it comes to defensive stance, lateral movements, speed, and agility, how d…
 
Today we're joined by one of PGC's own and current high school coach, George Ellis. George shares what he learned from coaching with a Living Legend, Coach Larry McKenzie at Minneapolis North High School, winning a state championship in 2016 and how he's able to apply the best learnings to his own coaching. We cover a coach's growth mindset, settin…
 
This week we mix an Xs and Os discussion of what coaches choose to run offensively with how we can maximize player buy-in and enroll them in what we're doing. Of course there's not a one size fits all approach, but there are some key considerations and questions coaches should be asking themselves all season long.…
 
There are times in coaching where you feel like you've done everything you can, and you just can't get a win. If you haven't been there yet, you probably just haven't coached long enough. In this episode, TJ, Sam and former hardwood Hustle Host, Adam Bradley from Lead'em Up, talk about how coaches can approach this challenge and breathe life into t…
 
It's a little cliché, but it's also a real challenge for coaches to keep perspective during the season and to not only trust the process, but to also enjoy it. Dive into this episode to hear how you can stay the course and reap the benefits of that commitment.โดย Hardwood Hustle
 
This week the team discusses Dean Pees, Defensive Coordinator for the Atlanta Falcon's sound bite about paying your dues in coaching. It's a reminder that we're in the people business and we might not all climb the ladder the same way. Hear in this episode how you can double check yourself along your coaching career and ensure you're climbing the r…
 
It's typically easier for us as coaches to identify the big ticket items we want our teams to improve in, but we also know it's the little things invested in over time that will become the ultimate difference makers. With experience, coaches can improve their diagnosing and prescribing skills and take big steps forward in their coaching. This week …
 
What do you do when your team is facing an uphill battle? Whether it's in a single game or the rest of the season, not only do we have to strategize and problem solve, we also need to get our players to buy-in to any adjustments and changes we're making. This week's conversation will gives you ideas and tips on how to approach these situations so y…
 
At some point every coach wrestles with how to manage, challenge, and continue to develop their bench players throughout the season. As much as possible, we want every player engaged and excited about the team and the opportunity to compete. In this episode TJ, Sam and Lisa dive into how we as coaches can manage practice reps, playing time, develop…
 
When you reach the mid-season checkpoint, it's important to evaluate where your team is at and where you're headed. In this episode TJ and Sam walk coaches through some important questions related to on court strategies they should be asking to finish the season strong.โดย coach@key5coaching.com (HardwoodHustle.com)
 
400 wins is more about being willing to learn hard lessons, overcome obstacles, and stay the course than it is about the satisfaction of winning. Recently, our host, TJ Rosene won his 400th game as a head coach and in this episode, Sam interviews him to find out what he's learned at different stages of his career, what you can take back and apply t…
 
In this episode, Sam is joined by Dr. Matthew Raidbard, former college basketball coach and now leadership consultant and author of Lead Like a Pro, Effective Leadership Styles for Athletic Coaches. They discuss how we as coaches can be more intentional with our leadership style and grow in our communication in order to be the best leader possible …
 
What makes the best offense for your team? Today's episode is all about your philosophy behind choosing your offensive system and strategy. TJ and Sam discuss the questions you need to ask yourself heading into a new season. We all know there are many ways to run good offense, but to be confident in what you're running, it needs to fit you, your go…
 
We're joined by special guest, Dre Baldwin who shares his story about how he went from getting cut from his high school team 3 times to playing professionally overseas for 9 years. It's an incredible story that's sure to inspire coaches and players alike as Dre shares strategies for how we can embrace challenges and reach our potential. Free book, …
 
We've all had goals fall flat in our basketball seasons. Today's conversation is a debate on whether or not goal setting is a healthy practice for your team and your players. In the midst of that, where do standards fit in and how can they drive performance? Listen today to open your mind to new best practices when it comes to goal setting conversa…
 
One thing we know for sure, making baskets is a must. How you develop your shooters and give them feedback will be critical to your success. Today, we're joined by John Carter CEO of Noah Basketball. He's been studying what makes for a great shooter across all ages and stages for well over a decade. He shares how you can give shooters better feedba…
 
With the upcoming season around the corner, this week, TJ and Sam highlight the vital role coaches play in the lives of young people. We know it's not getting any easier and hope today's episode will be an encouragement as you seek to refine your craft and make a positive impact beyond basketball. No doubt, there's a lot more at stake than just win…
 
This week TJ and Sam discuss the situation with NBA Player, Ben Simmons and the 76ers. From the outside looking in they discuss what coaches can learn in terms of helping your players and teams attack tough situations and conversations head on. We want you to be better equipped to handle whatever comes your way this season.…
 
This week TJ and Sam share with coaches how to navigate team conflict. When teammates don't like each other or don't get a long it can put your team chemistry and even your season at jeopardy. Listen for practical examples and tips to take back to your players and teams this season.โดย Hardwood Hustle
 
TJ and Sam cover the 1-3-1 Defense on both sides of the ball. How to implement it, different ways of running it, where its strengths and weaknesses lie and how you can best prepare your team when facing it this coming season.โดย Hardwood Hustle
 
This week TJ and Sam interview Ryan Dyer, Athletic Director and Assistant Principal at North Pauling High School. They discuss how to build relationships, best practices in leadership, and potential blind spots you may be missing with parents and admins. As a former coach, Ryan shares some best practices on both sides that can ensure you start this…
 
TJ and Sam discuss how to strategize when it comes to your team's special situations. They dive into both the offensive and defensive side of inbounds plays and tactics as well as making considerations practicing and planning for end of games. Coaches should pay particular attention to how much time they spend in this area and in this episode, Sam …
 
This week TJ and Sam have an in-depth discussion with Kevin Sutton from Florida Gulf Coast. Coach Sutton has 36 years experience of coaching at the high school and collegiate level both as a a head and assistant coach. I this episode he shares his wisdom about how to learn from the best, holistically develop players, and grow in your leadership as …
 
This week TJ, Sam and Lisa discuss the hot topic of games approached coaching and dive into the benefits and hurdles of this teaching method. What makes it work and how it can increase your efficiency in practice, as well as how it's misused and may even hurt your players' development. Join in the conversation and better apply a games approach in y…
 
This week we have part 2 of Ideas and tips to improve your defense. In this episode TJ and Sam discuss the pros and cons of switching screens, the benefit of having erasers on on your team, and how and when to add a curve ball to your defensive system.โดย Hardwood Hustle
 
This week TJ and Sam discuss how you can take your team's defense to the next level for the upcoming season. Listening to this episode you'll get tips for enhancing your team's defensive communication, as well as teaching points and ideas for all positions on the floor.โดย Hardwood Hustle
 
This week, Sam and Lisa dive into the topic of what makes a true competitor on the court. There's a lot of different opinions and maybe even myths out there about what a competitor looks and acts like, but how do we know? In this episode you'll hear about to address your own biases as a coach and the importance of defining competitiveness for your …
 
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