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Can Certifying Coaches Fix Youth Basketball In America?

By Chris Cahill / January 19, 2017 /

 Source: Basketball Insider interview With Joe Abunassar, Impact Basketball. Earlier this month, Kobe Bryant made headlines when he said that European players are more skilled than American players, and he added that the cause of this was “horrible, terrible AAU basketball.” He said that European players are “taught the game the right away at an early…

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Loving the Grind : Al Harrington

By Chris Cahill / January 19, 2017 / Comments Off on Loving the Grind : Al Harrington

As Al Harrington moves on to bigger and better things as he stepsaway from the NBA, I can only look back at the last 16 years in awe of his career. I first met Al in Long Island, NY when I was working with Stephon Marbury during his summer camp. His smile was infectious and he was totally…

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Thanks KG : Appreciating Greatness

By Chris Cahill / January 19, 2017 / Comments Off on Thanks KG : Appreciating Greatness

 After over 20 years of training many of the best players in the world, it isn’t often that a player, or a particular workout stands out in any way. In fact, there are times when I have to really focus to raise my level, and deliver the best workout possible. Fifteen years ago, a young All-Star, Kevin…

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Impact Featured in USA Today

By Chris Cahill / January 19, 2017 / Comments Off on Impact Featured in USA Today

Aaron J Miller,  wrote a great article in the USA Today on the popularity and importance of the 3 Pointer in the NBA and how hard IMPACT players like Kyle Lowry and Kawhi Leonard have worked to improve from the much longer distance than the college arc. Read how hard they have worked to build muscle…

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Impact’s Myles Turner on NBA Inside Stuff

By Chris Cahill / January 19, 2017 / Comments Off on Impact’s Myles Turner on NBA Inside Stuff

Check out how hard the Indiana Pacers’ Myles Turner is working out during the off-season with Joe to get his team to the NBA Finals next year.  Source: NBA Inside Stuff.

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