There is no off-season. I never used to think about it when I was younger and watching various high school teams. However, as I went to high school and now see some athletes at UVM, I realized that playing a sport at a competitive level, even just a Vermont high school, requires off-season training. I don't mean to belittle Vermont high schools; but there are fewer kids competing for roster spots, so you have a higher percentage chance of being on the team. Since right now is the off-season for basketball players, I thought that I would compile a list of links to some of my favorite basketball websites for any players who need to improve, coaches who want them to improve, or fans like myself who just like to learn about basketball.
This one is especially good for younger teams as some of the information is pretty simple. However, there is a ton of information on it.
I love all of the play diagrams on this website. Also, the animation is a major plus. You can pay for more features, but the free version is good for me.
Another one of my favorites, but I think that whatever they lack in amount of content they make up in quality.
Slightly older website just by looking at it, but they do have some decent stuff about strength training and plyometrics.
Sort of a differently formatted website, but there are plenty of ideas here for everyone.
I hope you like these sites, but just reading them alone won't help. Get out there, play, and get ready to dominate next year!
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