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IMPACT featured in DeMarcus Cousin’s RESURGANCE special on SHOWTIME

By Chris Cahill / October 15, 2018 /

Check out the hard work put in by Boogie and the IMPACT staff, especially Drew Moore, in the trailer for this excited Showtime Project. DemarcusCousins.com       SHOWTIME Sports is in production on a project that will chronicle four-time NBA All-Star DeMarcus Cousins. A premiere date and complete scope of the project is to…

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Protected: IMPACT Basketball Opens New State-of-the-Art Basketball Training Facility in Las Vegas

By Chris Cahill / June 6, 2018 / Comments Off on Protected: IMPACT Basketball Opens New State-of-the-Art Basketball Training Facility in Las Vegas

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Jared Dudley Credits IMPACT on The Ringer’s “One-on-One” Podcast

By Chris Cahill / February 14, 2017 /

Listen to an NBA Vet explain the importance of “game speed reps” in his development as a Pro. Jared discusses his IMPACT experience at 6:00 into this Ringer Podcast with Chris Vernon.   Listen to the podcast on YouTube or SoundCloud by clicking below.  

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My Advice to Parents [Part 1]

By Chris Cahill / January 19, 2017 /

Over the course of the next few weeks I will be writing a series of blogs directed towards parents with the hopes to add some insight and guidance to what we know as the crazy world of youth basketball. There is so much out there and as parents we are always concerned with making sure…

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From Walk-On To Rio with Team USA, Impact’s Drew Moore’s Player Development Story

By Chris Cahill / January 19, 2017 /

After an amazing trip with Team USA to Rio for the 2016 Summer Olympics, IMPACT Basketball’s own Drew Moore recently stepped away from the gym for an hour for this interview. Drew’s view of Team USA’s Gold Medal run in Rio. Q: Before we get to Rio, tell us a little about you and how…

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Reliance on Analytics in Basketball

By Chris Cahill / January 19, 2017 /

As many people have read and are learning, the world of basketball, and sports in general, is putting more and more weight into the difference analytical processes that are surfacing everywhere. There is no doubt that this data is useful and can significantly help in making coaching decisions, designing workout programs, and especially with preventing…

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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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