Coaching Philosophy:


As a coach, I should help players to define themselves as individuals and as a teammate; to understand each others strengths and weaknesses, create a belief in themselves and one another and to understand the true meaning of team; to create a culture that they will standby and commit to, and most importantly discover how success and development can be measured in different ways.


As a coach, I should understand my roles and influence, guide, nurture and develop players in such a way, that it builds players up and encourages them so they can duplicate this attitude not only to themselves but also to their teammates. 


Most importantly, as a coach I should inspire each team member to achieve and understand that success only comes from devoting your time and effort to support each other and create an environment and culture that instils the motto: “one for all, all for one”.


Broadmeadows Basketball Association appreciates all the time and effort it takes to be a coach, assistant coach or   team manager. We are grateful for you volunteering your time to the Broadmeadows Rep program.

See below for Coaching Videos presented by a variety of experts (videos from Zoom lockdown sessions).

Joey Wright

Glen Milner

Warren Taylor

Brett Atley

Matt Foster

Coaching is a great way of being involved in basketball, whether you have stopped playing, coaching your son or daughter in a local Aussie Hoops program, getting involved with a team at your club or association, or taking the next step in your coaching career.



Recommended Coaching Resources

Basketball Victoria Coaching Library

Basketball Australia Coach Website


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