“It mostly means that everybody is going to play unselfishly, respect each other’s achievements, play hard enough every night to give yourself a chance to win, to fulfill your role.” -Gregg Popovich
I am often asked what playing the right way means?
It’s easy. It’s not hard at all granted you are willing to listen.
Pop answers the question in today’s quote.
Many kids at the younger levels are not being taught to PTRW.
It’s a shame. They’re missing out.
The game becomes much easier when you learn to play the right way.
All coaches have a responsibility to teach their team to play the right way.
Play hard, share the ball, defend, rebound, sprint the floor, dive for loose balls and be happy and excited for your teammates success.
That’s not hard, is it?