Sports training equipment is essential if you want your athletes to be the best athletes they can be. With basketball competition increasing every year, you need to use the best training equipment to stay competitive. The Goalrilla G Trainer: Solid Construction for Excellent Results Unlike a lot of other sports and basketball goal equipment that is available on the market, the Goalrilla G Trainer is constructed from only the highest quality materials. Tough, tear resistant polypropylene netting and stainless steel components help make the Goalrilla G Trainer nearly-indestructible. This means that any team can use the Goalrilla G Trainer again… Read more »
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Using the Goalrilla G Trainer, this basketball practice drill is going to work on a reverse pivot/jab step, which will allow a player to free himself up for a three point jump shot. The Goalrilla G Trainer will be set up at about the half court mark. The offensive player is going to start the drill directly below the basketball goal and will work their way up towards the trainer. To execute the basketball drill properly, players will run towards the Goalrilla G Trainer and will deliver a chest pass (at about the free throw line) to the trainer. Upon… Read more »
In order to build a complete arsenal of killer basketball skills, you had better be prepared to not only work hard, but take advantage of new basketball tools available. Take for instance – the Goalrilla G Trainer. This training aid brings a ton to the table, especially if you are working on your mid range basketball game. The Catch and Sweep Layup Drill with a Partner Catch and sweep basketball drills are very important to any player. In the past, we were limited to only being able to do them with a partner catching our pass, passing the ball back… Read more »
Perfect for either the beginning basketball player or an experienced all-star, the Goalrilla G Trainer can help elevate your basketball game to a brand new level. Manufactured from reinforced and welded steel, the G Trainer uses a specially designed spring netting to return the basketball to you. The Goalrilla G Trainer is the ideal training tool for a busy high school coach or a student looking to kill some free time. Not needing another player, the G Trainer can be set up on any basketball court and allows a player to practice and perfect their game without a second person.… Read more »
Goalrilla is among the world’s leading organizations that make equipment like basketball hoops and goals. The company is among the industry leaders because they know how to build systems that will hold firm under any rigorous play. The Goalrilla basketball goal systems are highly adjustable systems that let users change them according to their desired play style. The basketball goals also offer safety and impressive build quality. This is due to the thickness of the materials used, along with the features included and the sizes of the goals. All the goals that Goalrilla makes conform to the standards set by… Read more »
“I have missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I have lost almost 300 games. On twenty-six occasions I have been entrusted to take the game’s winning shot … and missed. And I have failed over and over and over again in my life. And that’s why I succeed.” – Michael Jordan To put success and the ultimate career achievements of Michael Jordan into perspective – he’s human. He has, indeed, made a remarkable imprint on the game of basketball and inspired countless up-and-coming stars and young ballers starting out. But, in his own words, he has also had… Read more »
It seems every day that you’re having to tell your kids to take the bucket off the dresser and bouncing the basketball off the walls. (One kid I know actually put a trashcan in the top drawer of a chest of drawers and used duct tape (!) to tape the drawer tight so the can would stay put …) It’s time to get the fledgling basketball star out of the house and onto a home court. But you have to be careful – there’s nothing that will squash the enthusiasm of a youngster faster than trying to make a basket… Read more »
Growing up, there wasn’t a street in town that didn’t have some garages with basketball hoops. They were those white fan-shaped backboards attached with a web of 2×4 planks (which caught every wayward ball). Most had the shooting square outlined with bright orange tape – that is, if the elements hadn’t deteriorated the tape or faded it so badly you couldn’t really see it. Those basketball hoops were for the casual players – the groups of kids in pick-up games. The kids who were really serious about basketball were seldom seen playing – maybe practicing a few free throws. I… Read more »
Rumors are flying all around the NBA about players being traded and deals being just a handshake away as the deadline for trades approaches.
Even though fans get either elated or irritated with all the trades and deals, it’s a fact that basketball players change teams a lot. Careers and popularity rise and fall –
Here it is, spring in Indiana (yes, one of the hotbeds of basketball fever) and that means wind. It blows across the fields like it has to be somewhere right now.
What it does, right now, is blow a lot of things around. And today I saw a great big ouch! Big enough to make me cringe.
Every once in a while you come upon something that makes you say, “Wow. Just wow.” Bill Simmons is the writer of the “Sports Guy” column for a couple of ESPN products, a blogger, writer for Jimmy Kimmel Live and author of books, now numbering 2. It was his second book, The Book of Basketball, that made me go, “Wow. Just wow.” It’s sub-title is The NBA According to the Sports Guy. And that pretty much says it. With a dash – no, a pound – of humor, a passionate (and opinionated) viewpoint on basketball through the years and a… Read more »