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San Antonio Spurs Philosophy: System Basics

NBA coaching legend Gregg Popovich, 5x NBA champion and 3x NBA coach of the year, goes through the philosophy system basics of his San Antonio Spurs. This is a summary of the video produced by FIBA.

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San Antonio Spurs Philosophy: System Basics

  1. 1. SPURS PHILOSOPHY SYSTEM BASICS A SUMMARY BY GUY MOLLOY A P R O D U C T I O N O F B A S K E T B A L L I M M E R S I O N . C O M C L I C K B E L O W F O R F U L L V I D E O : S P U R S P H I L O S O P H Y S Y S T E M B A S I C S G R E G G P O P O V I C H - B A S K E T B A L L F U N D A M E N T A L S ( F I B A , 2 0 1 6 )
  2. 2. EVERYBODY KNOWS O’S AND X’S…NOT THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF A PROGRAM. IT’S ABOUT ORGANIZATION, DISCIPLINE, BUILDING THE BLOCKS, RELATIONSHIP WITH PLAYERS, GETTING SOMETHING OUT OF THE SELFISH OR NON-COMPETITIVE. THESE THINGS HAVE MORE TO DO WITH WINNING AND LOSING THAN X’S AND O’S. B A S K E T B A L L I M M E R S I O N . C O M S P U R S P H I L O S O P H Y
  3. 3. Can you change character? Usually, “they am what they am”. If they’re selfish, it’s going to come out in the wash and you’ve got to get rid of them. B A S K E T B A L L I M M E R S I O N . C O M We want "players who have gotten over themselves". Club’s job is to figure this out. How do they react to teammates in timeouts? If they’re losing the game do they go and hide? If they’re winning the game do they beat their chests? Instead, how hard do they compete? Are they respectful to the game, to their teammates, to the coach? That tells you a lot more than if they’re just a good player. THE FIBER OF YOUR TEAM IS THE BEGINNING OF EVERYTHING YOU DO.
  4. 4. WHEN YOU AMASS ENOUGH CHARACTER YOU CAN HANDLE SOMEONE WHO IS OFF THE MARK IN SOME FORM. IT’S HARD FOR SOMEONE TO BE TOO MUCH OF A JERK WHEN THEY’RE AROUND GOOD PEOPLE. B A S K E T B A L L I M M E R S I O N . C O M G R E G G P O P O V I C H
  5. 5. Potential is going to get you fired; it doesn’t always happen. C O A C H I N G J E R K S The other part is, you won’t enjoy yourself, if you’re around jerks. To hell with them. Get rid of them and start again with character. Pop hates the 3pt shot; it’s like a lottery. Why not have a 6pt shot? It’s not real basketball. Pop plays his bench a lot to develop motivation and freshen the team. POTENTIAL 3-POINT SHOT THE BENCH B A S K E T B A L L I M M E R S I O N . C O M
  6. 6. America lost its way with fundamentals, skills, & work ethic. The foreign guys seemed more skilled; they play more unselfishly with ball and player movement. It’s a great way to play and more fun for everybody. Why so many foreign players? B A S K E T B A L L I M M E R S I O N . C O M Spurs have a participatory arrangement to assess talent. Pop doesn’t care where an idea comes from. The head coach has to be “comfortable enough in his own skin”. Talent Assessment Accountability You have to have accountability. The thing that works best for Spurs is “total, between the eyes, honesty". Never try to trick or manipulate a player. If someone’s doing well, tell them. Don’t have a different system for stars than others. But, a lot of people (coaches) are afraid of this. You need to have the same standards for all. You can treat people differently (because they are different) but they all have to march to the same drummer.
  7. 7. THE COACH MUST HAVE FORTITUDE. IF THE COACH IS WEAK, OVER TIME YOU HAVE A PROBLEM. B A S K E T B A L L I M M E R S I O N . C O M G R E G G P O P O V I C H
  8. 8. Avoid highs and lows, its basketball, get over yourself. Bust your ass, do the best you can, go home and have a beer. No reason to jump off a building if you lose or think you’re some kind of a hero if you win. If you win, act like you do it all the time and it’s nothing special. If you lose, go back to work and figure it out. The game 6 loss in the 2013 finals hurt very badly. We got over it with honesty. The Spurs watched every minute of game 6 & 7. Pop wanted players to feel the pain all over again. We could have done ABC to finish the game off, but WE blew it. Next season was to be a measure of our courage and fortitude. B A S K E T B A L L I M M E R S I O N . C O M P O P O V I C H O N W I N N I N G A N D L O S I N G
  9. 9. In time-out, coaches walk around from bench and players huddle at bench. Pop often says, “You guys got anything?” If coach talks he only tells them one thing—pick something e.g. pick and roll defense. “What do you guys want to do on pick and roll? Well, do it” Timeouts can help some players become better leaders without coaches present. B A S K E T B A L L I M M E R S I O N . C O M TIME-OUTS Pride in work on a daily basis is what drives the spirit and character; then they deserve to win a Championship. PRIDE You can tell who’s a leader or who’s not. It’s an intrinsic quality. People do it differently e.g. Avery Johnson was very talkative; Tim Duncan does it differently—by example, and a tactile sense (arm around, hand rubbing top of head). LEADERSHIP We can’t skip steps and they start at the beginning. Training camp starts with jump stops. They don’t start with secret plays. PROCESS
  10. 10. Popovich has no specific goals for the team. His goals are very basic and general. They don’t talk about winning the conference or championship. It’s a journey, it’s a process. The joy is in the journey. "PRIDE IN WORK ON A DAILY BASIS IS WHAT DRIVES THE SPIRIT AND CHARACTER; THEN THEY DESERVE TO WIN A CHAMPIONSHIP." B A S K E T B A L L I M M E R S I O N . C O M P O P O V I C H O N G O A L S
  11. 11. Guy is one of Australia’s most highly respected and decorated coaches. His development philosophy centres around a teaching system that heralded more athletes into the NBL in 2012 than any other Coach in Australia. Guy drives ACS’s culture, the progression of our athletes and manages the interplay between our athlete's goals and our high performance model. Some of Guy's career successes are: SUMMARY BY GUY MOLLOY DIRECTOR OF COACHING AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF SPORT W A T C H V I D E O Current WNBL Coach - Melbourne Boomers Head Coach, Australia U17 Men [Silver Medallist FIBA World Championship 2012] Head Coach Australia U21 Men Head Coach Victoria [Metro] U18 Men – Australian Champions 2007, 2008, 2009 Australian Coach of the Year 2009 WNBL Coach of the Year 1995 and 2014 Assistant Coach – Australia Olympic Women’s Team 1990, 1992, 1994 G U Y M O L L O Y - T H E D R I B B L E P E N E T R A T I O N G A M E Basketball Immersion is a one-stop website dedicated to all aspects of playing and teaching the game of basketball. Most information is presented in video form so that it is easy to understand and learn. The website is for basketball and players, male and female, volunteers and professionals, full-time and part-time, who are open-minded about their training methods and have a passion to learn. WHAT IS BASKETBALL IMMERSION? C L I C K B E L O W T O L E A R N M O R E A B O U T B A S K E T B A L L I M M E R S I O N A N D A L L I T S L E A R N I N G R E S O U R C E S B A S K E T B A L L I M M E R S I O N T E A C H I N G M A N U A L

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