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Coach Doaty on the Odds When You Are Trapped

Randal S. Doaty Focus & Attitude Coach Co-Developer of BIMPS4 Basketball Software    You just picked up your dribble and you are instantly surrounded by two opponents – you are trapped. You look for an outlet pass and there is … Continue reading

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Coach Doaty on the Equal and Opposite Reactions in Basketball

Randal S. Doaty Focus & Attitude Coach Co-Developer of BIMPS4 Basketball Software    For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Yes, I am talking about basketball. Although this phrase is commonly associated with physics, it is also … Continue reading

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Coach Doaty on the Starting Role in Basketball

Randal S. Doaty Focus & Attitude Coach Co-Founder of the BIMPS4 Software    Everybody wants to be a starter! Coaches see this role as being a player incentive and players see this role as a true honor. In reality, it … Continue reading

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Coach Doaty on Interpretation and Response Management

Randal S. Doaty Focus & Attitude Coach BIMPS4 Software Co-Developer    Have you ever met someone with a poor attitude? In all likelihood, you know very little about their attitude. What you are probably experiencing is their response to how … Continue reading

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Coach Doaty on Understanding Focus in Basketball

Randal S. Doaty Focus & Attitude Coach    It is not unusual to see the term “focus” used as one of the goals of a basketball team prior to a game. It’s a common word. Coaches stress the importance of … Continue reading

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Coach Doaty on the Speed of Play Effect

Randal S. Doaty Focus & Attitude Coach    Quickness is a virtue in the game of basketball. The speed at which a player exhibits optimal performance in their athletic skills is considered their “speed of play”. It is difficult to give a … Continue reading

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