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Dr. Jay Granat Teaches Basketball Players How To Use Sports Psychology To Play Better

The basketball season is underway now and I am getting lots of calls from players who are anxious, players who want to get college scholarships and players who want to shoot better, rebound better and play to their potential. Some basketball players, like other athletes, get nervous when coaches, scouts or parents are watching them. […]

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Sports Psychology And Basketball: What Are The Most Common Problems?

Over the years, I have counseled many basketball players: NBA players, WNBA players, AAU Players, Division I Players, Junior High Players and players who play on travel teams. The most common issues that they bring to my attention include the following: loss of confidence in shooting, struggling with foul shooting, being intimidated by other players,fear […]

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