Pure Sweat Basketball Show

Pure Sweat Basketball Show

United States

The Pure Sweat Basketball Show, hosted by veteran performance coach Alan Stein, takes a frequent deep dive into all things basketball. It is focused on education & development for players, coaches and trainers. In addition to regular contributions utilizing the expertise of Drew Hanlen and Rich Czeslawski, this show consistently features the top basketball minds from grassroots to the NBA, and beyond. No fluff. Just hard basketball topics designed to raise your game. For more information and resources visit puresweatbasketball.com and follow us on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat!

Episodes

Paul Biancardi on What Talent Evaluators Really Look For  

Alan Stein sits down again with ESPN's National Director of Recruiting, Paul Biancardi, to learn the ins and outs of how he evaluates high school players.

Having Time vs Making Time  

Alan Stein and Rich Czeslawski sit down to discuss having time vs making time, including their daily and monthly routines and how you can better balance basketball and family.

John Shulman, Head Coach, The McCallie Preparatory School  

Alan Stein sat down with the McCallie Prep School Head Coach, John Shulman to discuss moving from college coaching to high school, his coaching philosophy, and more.

Drills vs Skills  

Alan Stein and Drew Hanlen sit down to talk drills and skills, including the differences between skills, micro-skills, drills and “clown” drills.

Jay Bilas on the Best Things He's Learned from Basketball  

Alan Stein is again joined by Mr. Basketball himself, Jay Bilas, to discuss some of the things he has learned from the game of basketball.

Clean Up Your Mess  

Alan Stein shares insight from Jay Bilas on how you should always leave places better than you found them. 

Cheick Diallo, 33rd pick in the 2016 NBA Draft  

Alan Stein and Drew Hanlen sat down with Cheick Diallo prior to the NBA Draft, where he was selected 33rd, to talk about his journey, the work he did during pre-draft with Drew and his unbelievable work ethic.

John Baines, Head Coach, Elmhurst College  

Alan Stein catches up with Elmhurst College Head Coach, John Baines, to talk about how he builds his team on and off the court and how he would classify his coaching philosophy.  

Youth Sports Done Right  

Alan Stein offers his own personal thoughts on how to do youth sports the right way and offers valuable advice to both parents and coaches.

Paul Biancardi on What College Coaches Really Look For  

Alan Stein talks shop with ESPN's National Director of Recruiting, Paul Biancardi, to find out what college coaches really look for when recruiting a player.

Problems with Early Sport Specialization  

Alan Stein and Rich Czeslawski sit down to discuss problems with early sports specialization.

Body Language Matters  

Alan Stein shares why body language is so important to coaching and playing to your maximum ability.

Bart Lundy, Head Coach, Queens University of Charlotte  

Alan Stein talks shop with Queens University of Charlotte Head Coach, Bart Lundy, to discuss what he learned from Buzz WIlliams, his coaching philosophy, and his advice for players and coaches.

Development Killers  

Alan Stein and Drew Hanlen identify and discuss common development killers. 

Jay Bilas On Why He Started A Skills Camp  

Alan Stein sits down with Jay Bilas of ESPN to discuss his motivation for starting the Jay Bilas Skills Camp, what the core principles are, and nuggets on the recruiting process.

Balancing Individual Development vs Team Development  

Alan Stein and Rich Czeslawski take time to discuss how you should balance individual development with team development. 

How to Star in Your Role  

Alan Stein and Drew Hanlen discuss how you can best star in your role by embracing the role you have and working towards the role you want.

How to Star in Your Role  

Alan Stein and Drew Hanlen discuss how you can best star in your role by embracing the role you have and working towards the role you want.

What is Your Team Made Of?  

Alan Stein shares an exercise for coaches to do with their team to find out exactly what the team is made of.

What is Your Team Made Of?  

Alan Stein shares an exercise for coaches to do with their team to find out exactly what the team is made of.

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