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Develop Your Shooting Range and Arsenal With the 3 C’s…

emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinThe first thing anyone who wants to be a good shooter must do is create a standard of personal excellence, a target to shoot for.  At Watts Basketball, our standard is 8 out of 10 or better, which we define…

How Risk, Reward, Expectations and Feedback Impact Development

emailFacebookTwitterLinkedin— Watts Basketball (@WattsBBall) September 16, 2017 September 19th, 2017 – One of the most valuable and least understood skills in basketball is the ability to shoot. By shoot, I don’t mean just throw the ball at the basket and…

The Real Spill: Professionalism & Loyalty

Donald Watts The Real Spill Basketball Podcast

emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinThe Real Spill Podcast: Professionalism & Loyalty August 8, 2017 – The Boys are back in town! Watts & Kidd break down loyalty, professionalism, their roles in sports with Le’Veon Bell & this whole Kyrie Irving situation & more! Watts…

A Bitter Sweet 16

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emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinThe 1998 NCAA Sweet 16 tournament was one that Husky fans will never forget. Exactly 18 years ago the Huskies were on the basketball court playing in the Sweet 16 tournament against UCONN for a spot in the Elite 8….

3 most important tips for youth coaches

emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinAre you volunteering to coach a team this season and looking to make that a great experience for the parents,players and yourself? A lot of volunteer coaches have the best intention at heart, but when the season comes often things…

Ask D: Two Questions Serious College-bound Athletes Should Ask

emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinWe see 1000s of young people who say the want to play basketball at the college level, but who never ask themselves these two questions. Listen to learn a couple of the most important questions college-bound students don’t ask. Consequently,…

Do You Know The #1 Motivator For Youth?

emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinOver winter break I witnessed the simplest and most magical thing as it relates to youth development;  my two kids and two of their friends (ages 3, 11 and 8)  working out climbing hills for hours on end. Not only…