Basketball is a fun sport to play, however, you have to play smart. When you are on the court you have to have the tactics it takes to play. This means that you have to be on top of the game and you have to anticipate what the person on the other team is going to do so you can outsmart them when they go for this maneuver.
The first thing you need to do when you learn to develop your basic tactical skills is you first must learn how to make decisions. Teach your players and yourself how to guard or do as defined by the position you play. Always analyze as you play and look at what is going on around you. Go through the options that you are given at hand. A number of drills can be performed to see how the team would react then discuss where they might have went wrong or could have done better.
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