Joe Abunassar of Impact Basketball gives his thoughts on how parents can help their young player navigate the sometimes confusing world of youth basketball.
Here are two quotes from the article,
“In the end, it is always the player who is a better basketball player that ends up being successful.”
“I have seen the player who is dominating in the 6th grade go on to not even make his high school team, and also seen the player get cut from 6th grade then become a high school star and college player. These scenarios happen all over the country, and frequently.”
There is so much out there and as parents we are always concerned with making sure we are doing as much for our kids as possible and giving them the chance to be successful. But how much is enough? How much is too much? What is really necessary for our 5th grade, 8th grade, and or even our 11th grade child?
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