“Coach challenged us that we needed to change immediately. He came in with different types of offensive sets that kind of helps us as athletes, who we are on this team, young and athletic. It kind of helped us and challenged us to make plays for others and not just ourselves. I like the direction that we’re going.” -George Hill, Indiana Pacers
“We broke down, Everybody did. It starts with holding everybody accountable. We have to figure out what we can do to be a better team offensively and defensively.”
Hill plays for the Indiana Pacers.
Being accountable is vital to any success.
Do you look in the mirror when things go wrong and try to find a solution?
Or, do you point your finger and blame others?
How many athletes hold themselves accountable?
How many come out after a loss and take responsibility?
If you want more playing time, are you putting in extra time?
Are you getting more shots up than ever?
Are you lifting? Showing up on time and being coachable?
Next time things go wrong, hold yourself accountable.
You win as a team and you lose as a team.