December 1st, 2011
There are just so many ways for beginners to progress in basketball – so many skills to learn!
The Spot-Up Shooting Drill is one that can address a few areas:
- shot prep position
- shooting – handling
- development of non-dominate side
The beginner level is a bit different than the advanced level of the drill, concentrating mostly… Continue reading
June 21st, 2011
It’s getting close to THAT time of year – you know – summer – when the kids are out of school. Are you ready for it?? Are you looking forward to:
- I’m boooorrrrrreeeeed. There’s nothing to do…. (week 2)
- Continual biinggg bonng Clunk!! of games and game systems on the TV (weeks 3 – 4)
- I wanna —- (go to) —… Continue reading
March 16th, 2011
Here at the Basketball Goal Store, we know we provide quality basketball hoops that bring families together on the court.
But I’ll tell you, it really makes our day when we get positive feedback from our customers!
Usually we hear how much the family has enjoyed spending time together on their home court beneath the Goalrilla Goal Continue reading
March 10th, 2011
Not only is Houston the site for the NCAA championship game this April, it will also be host to the 2011 Summer National Senior Games.
From June 16 – 30, Houston will be overrun with athletic seniors. They expect over 15,000 competitors alone! That’s a far cry from the 2,500 competitors at the inaugural event in 1987. Continue reading
March 10th, 2011
This year’s NBA All-Star Weekend brought record prime time ratings for TNT. Nielson reports the league’s annual East vs. West game surpassed audience numbers in nearly a decade. Between 8:46 and 11:41 p.m., 9.09 million viewers turned on and tuned in to the All-Star Game. That was a 33% improvement over last year’s 6.85 million viewers. Continue reading
March 3rd, 2011
Every once in a while you come upon something that makes you say, “Wow. Just wow.”
Bill Simmons is the writer of the “Sports Guy” column for a couple of ESPN products, a blogger, writer for Jimmy Kimmel Live and author of books, now numbering 2.
It was his second book, The Book of Basketball, that made me go, “Wow. Just wow.” It’s sub-title is The NBA According