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Sports Psychology For Basketball Players: 21 Common Problems

Over the years, I have counseled many high school, AAU, collegiate and professional basketball players. What are the common problems that these athletes need to deal with? Loss of confidence in their shooting Loss of focus in their shooting Not getting enough playing time Conflicts with their coaches Conflicts with teammates Being intimidated by other […]

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NBA Championship 2015: Who Will Win This Year? Math And Psychology Point To Winner

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Wisconsin vs. Duke, NCAA Final-Who Will Win This Big Game And Why?

My good pal and coauthor like Duke in a great game. Here is why. http://tinyurl.com/nb829l4

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Math And March Madness

My friend and coauthor gives some tips on this year’s tournament. https://quantfacts.sportsblog.com/posts/1985497/march_madness__value_plays_for_your_bracket.html

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How To Improve Your Foul Shooting And Your Outside Shooting: Sports Psychology And Basketball

Once you master the mechanics of shooting a basketball, good shooting is largely about being confident, focused, relaxed, optimistic and staying in the moment. Great shooters know how to tune out distractions and they never forget that the most important shot is the next shot. To improve you shooting and your foul shooting, you should […]

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