Elevate Your Game

Duncanville’s David Peavy on Passion, Purpose, and Player Development

by Joyce Ekworomadu on Jul 16, 2024

We had the opportunity to sit down with one of the best coaches in the country, Coach David Peavy of Duncanville High School and talk about his coaching journey. Learn why he still has the motivation to be the best even after winning multiple state…

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Who am I? A College Athlete’s Personal Dive into the Effects of Identity on Performance and Life Fulfillment

by Gavin Ashworth on Jul 9, 2024

When you meet someone for the first time, what is one of the first questions that often gets asked? “What do you do?” It is such a commonplace question that we have habitual responses that seem to come out of us without any thought or…

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Basketball is Like a Cluster of Grapes

by Shawn Jones on Jul 1, 2024

I had the great pleasure to visit with Tyler Junior College (TX) Head Women’s Coach Trenia Tillis-Hoard recently. Coach T is a no nonsense, hard working coach who has earned everything she has achieved, and expects no less from her athletes. She is no second-hand…

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Unveiling the Winning Formula with Matt Sayman of Grapevine Faith

by Jordan Green on Jun 25, 2024

Matt Sayman, is currently the head basketball coach at Grapevine Faith Christian School in Texas  where he has led his team to the state semifinals on multiple occasions. We caught up with Coach Sayman to get his insights on the Ballogy app, his formula for…

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Winning Isn’t Complicated. It Just Isn’t Easy.

by Shawn Jones on Jun 11, 2024

I have had a saying for years with my teams… and I don’t know where I got it to give credit to the author, or I would.  Obviously I heard it somewhere at a clinic or in a coaching conversation and stole it.  So while…

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How Coaches Can Foster Independent Thinking on the Basketball Court

by Jordan Green on Jun 3, 2024

Learning how to develop players who can think independently is a game-changer. Just as in other domains, such as science or entrepreneurship, fostering a culture of innovation and critical thinking can lead to breakthroughs on the court. In this blog, we’ll explore strategies for coaches…

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Confidence Comes From Preparation

by Shawn Jones on May 28, 2024

I was in college in the Chicago Bulls’ championship era. The Unbelieva-BULLS. The Unbeata-BULLS. The Incredi-BULLS. The 72-10, two time 3 Peat Bulls.  The Jordan Rules BULLS. Those years of watching Michael Jordan made college Beara-BULL. The one thing that always amazed me about Michael…

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Unlock Championship Success with Shaka Smart

by Jordan Green on May 20, 2024

We all know that success in basketball is not just about the games won but also about the growth achieved by each player throughout a season. Developing players throughout the season is the cornerstone of building championship-caliber teams. Listen to what Coach Shaka Smart of…

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A Lesson From the Sam’s Club Lady

by Shawn Jones on May 13, 2024

We are all skeptics by nature, I suppose.  It is getting harder and harder to trust a product or service to be all that it says it is or does.  I think this is mostly because we have all been burned at one time or…

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How Lubbock Cooper High School Promotes Competition and Accountability

by Jordan Green on Apr 29, 2024

The coaching staff at Lubbock Cooper High School, located in Lubbock, Texas implemented Ballogy at the beginning of the off-season last year. We have followed the varsity team’s development closely ever since and recently sat down with James Rike, an Assistant Coach at Lubbock Cooper…

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