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Basketball Strategy Interviews

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CHN's Coaching Week


February 26th, 2003

As part of Collegehoopsnet's Coaching Week, we asked some of our favorite coaches across the country to answer basketball coaching related questions.  Click on each question, to see how they responded.  Hopefully you'll learn a thing or two along the way.


We'd like the following coaches for their help in CHN's Coaching Week.  Agnus Berenato (Georgia Tech), Tricia Floyd (SIU), Tanya Haave (Colorado), Daniel Hipsher (Akron), Greg Kraley (Akron), Bobbi Morse (SLU), Arthur Prevost (Akron). Special thanks goes out to Steve Mergelsberg (Rutgers-Newark)

Agnus Berenato Tricia Floyd Dan Hipsher Greg Kraley Tanya Haave Art Prevost Bobbi Morse



Interview Question One:  Who has been the biggest force in creating your coaching philosophy?

..A combination of Bob Knight, Jerry Tarkanian and Red Holzman.. Read on here


Interview Question Two:  Do you feel offenses should be catered to players, or vice-versa?
..That is the challenge--giving kids the best chance to be successful.. Read on here

Interview Question Three:  Which coach do you feel is the most original and daring X's and O's coach out there?  Do you have any specific memories of a crazy or wacky play that he/she drew up?  Can you describe any outrageous play or plays you've drawn up in the past?  Was it successful?

..the fellows got in a circle and around the FT line.. and run around like Indians.. Read on here


Interview Question Four: Do you change your approach for road games? always have to be aware of your opponents 6th man.. Read on here


Interview Question Five: Could you break down basketball into three simple maxims?

..Tough question! Talent, Intelligence, and..  Read on here

Interview Question Six: What's your most trusted and oft-used teaching drill  and why?

...It's important because I can break down so many areas of the game..  Read on here


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