We have completed our four week K.I.S.S. Series. My high school basketball coach used to use the term, K.I.S.S., after a poor decision led to a turnover. This was usually after we passed up the opportunity to make an easy play, to try to make a much tougher play. K.I.S.S. stands for, Keep It Simple, Stupid!
“K.I.S.S. stands for Keep It Simple, Stupid!”
As coaches, we make this same mistake when building our system. The goal is to create a system, which puts players into a position to play to their strengths, and allows them to play without over-thinking. Too many players are getting paralysis by analysis, as their coach has them thinking so much that they struggle to play aggressively, with confidence. Our K.I.S.S. Series will feature some simple options, to help you build your offensive system. Just remember; “Keep It Simple, Stupid!”
Below is a link to each of the four blog posts. Hopefully you will find something useful, which will help you empower your players, to make a winning play in a big moment.
If you have any questions, or want more ideas, you can reach Coach Doug Brotherton via e-mail at; CoachBrotherton@gmail.com
or via Twitter at @CoachBrotherton