(Rental)-John Chaney: Discipline, Vision & Coaching Wiscom
John Chaney: Discipline, Vision, and Coaching Wisdom
Former Temple University head coach John Chaney to his Owls teams to we postseason tournament berths in 24 seasons in charge of the program. The Hall of Fame coach went to five Elite Eights and was the NABC Coach of the Year in 1988. In this video, Coach Chaney shares what he has learned throughout his career.
Want to know why coaches fail? Coach Chaney explains why and what separates the best coaches from the rest. He goes into his rules for both on and off the court and why it is important that players be respectful and held accountable for their actions. Chaney explains that discipline is a higher form of intellect and he shows you how to use it to motivate players.
Cutting and Destroying the Defense
Communication is one of the keys to developing winners. Chaney explains how developing a language with players and drilling it every day leads to success. Coach Chaney teaches his players to constantly read the floor. He shares his “Push & Pull” method as well as how he likes to attack defensive footwork and maintain floor balance. Chaney knows what he is talking about as his teams routinely led the nation in the fewest turnovers per game.
Coach Chaney was always a big believer in constant disruptive behavior. He didn’t care if it was man or zone. He simply had three goals on defense.
- Make the offense pick up the basketball
- Crowd the ball handler
- Obscure the vision of the offense
In addition to these, Coach Chaney also shows you how he like to guard ball handlers, when to go for the block, and how poor vision leads to poor decisions. This is a great video full of all the little things that made Coach Chaney one of the most successful college coaches of all-time.