Sean LeBeauf’s Blog

Basketball Apps for Coaches

Basketball Apps for Coaches

Numbers never lie. Whether you're a business owner analyzing your profit and loss statements or a sports coach looking at wins and losses, the only thing that can't be refuted are the numbers. In a fast paced, non-stop game like basketball, it's hard for a coach to...

Fundraising Ideas for Your Basketball Team

Basketball teams, particularly those at the community level, often rely on fundraising activities to garner the funds needed to perform activities including, but not necessarily limited to, traveling from contest to contest, purchasing uniforms, tournament entry fees,...

At-Home Basketball Workouts

At-Home Basketball Workouts

Basketball is wildly popular year round, even during the offseason. Players and fans alike dedicate most of their time either practicing or studying, and the offseason should be no excuse to stop. Exercise, specifically, is crucial for players to ensure they don’t...

Placing Value on High School Basketball Coaching

A strong high school basketball coach is one who teaches his or her team how to play and then allows that teaching to manifest itself on game day through the players on the court. Waking up before school is the first start to conditioning, followed by staying later...

Basketball Camps and Their Family Benefits

Basketball camps are not only a great way for kids to meet other young athletes that may become their future teammates, but it also provides children with an opportunity to learn more about the game and improve their skills in the process. However, basketball camps do...

Inspiring Players on the Court and in the Classroom

As a coach, it’s important to always be inspiring and motivating your players. Coaching is just as important on the court as it is off. A player’s studies and classwork must also take priority in their life just as much as the sport. When coaching your players, there...

Leadership Lessons Learned from NCAA Coaches

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is a nonprofit organization that regulates student-athletes throughout North America. Their main goal is to create opportunities and help students meet challenges. Students look to this society for coaching,...

Practicing Humility on the Court

Practicing Humility on the Court

Today, more and more professional basketball recruiters are placing a high value on humility when scouting potential players. A team of humble, selfless athletes is a common recipe for success in almost every sport, and it is a fairly collective mindset that signing...