Basketball PodCast


  • Episode 358 – 5 Defensive Hacks to Help You Win More Close Games

    Episode 358 – 5 Defensive Hacks to Help You Win More Close Games

    29/07/2020 Duración: 01h50s

    In this episode, TJ Rosene and Sam Allen give your team five defensive hacks to help you win more games this upcoming season. Through Key5 Coaching, TJ and Sam share these defensive hacks, must-use practice drills, and a Q&A with coaches to finish the episode. For more information about the content shared in this episode, […]

  • Episode 357 – Essential

    Episode 357 – Essential

    25/07/2020 Duración: 48min

    After the recent news of fall and winter sport seasons already being canceled in some counties, this episode poses the question, “Are high school sports essential?” Adam and TJ bring you their perspective as coaches who’ve worked with thousands of athletes at the high school and college level. After you listen, we’d love your response […]

  • Episode 356 – Ego

    Episode 356 – Ego

    20/07/2020 Duración: 38min

    In today’s episode we tackle the relationship between ego and humility. Your team success depends on the ability to balance this relationship. During the episode we share tangible ways to check your ego at the door, as well as three major pitfalls you may fall into if you have an unhealthy ego. Make sure to […]

  • Episode 355 – NBA Bubble

    Episode 355 – NBA Bubble

    17/07/2020 Duración: 21min

    Adam and TJ talk all things NBA bubble, along with their predictions on this new style of basketball and playoffs. Tweet us @hardwood_hustle with your predictions to how the end of the NBA season will go!

  • Episode 354 – Jake Rosen

    Episode 354 – Jake Rosen

    26/06/2020 Duración: 51min

    Today we welcome Jake Rosen to the show. Jake is a former Maryland high school basketball player that Adam worked with though Lead ‘Em Up, and also runs a basketball blog called Jake in the Paint. In this episode Jake shares some of the incredible wisdom he has around the game of basketball, specifically sharing […]

  • Episode 353 – Read the Room

    Episode 353 – Read the Room

    26/06/2020 Duración: 24min

    In today’s episode we jump into a discussion about a skill that is critical for coaches to have, with that skill being the ability to read the room well. Coaches must be able to feel and interpret the energy and emotion of their team in order to connect and lead them well. Along with sharing […]

  • Episode 352 – Micah Hayes

    Episode 352 – Micah Hayes

    02/06/2020 Duración: 52min

    Today we are joined by Micah Hayes for an incredibly important conversation. A former player on TJ’s team and PGC Basketball Director, Micah is a part of the Hardwood Hustle family, and one of the wisest voices in the coaching community. He brings our listeners a perspective on the current state of social justice and […]

  • Episode 351 – The Last Dance (Part 5)

    Episode 351 – The Last Dance (Part 5)

    27/05/2020 Duración: 57min

    In the finale episode of our coverage on The Last Dance documentary, we continue turning entertainment into education with PGC Basketball’s Sam Allen. This episode dives into the 1998 championship victory, as well as some of the comments made by former Bulls since the documentary has aired. Adam, TJ, and Sam also share some of […]

  • Episode 350 – Theo Pinson

    Episode 350 – Theo Pinson

    20/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    Today we bring you an interview with Brooklyn Nets guard Theo Pinson. We dive into Theo’s approach to being a great teammate, leading North Carolina to a championship, and his advice for coaches based on his experience with coaches at the highest level.

  • Episode 349 – Mike Rabil (CEO) Premier Lacrosse League

    Episode 349 – Mike Rabil (CEO) Premier Lacrosse League

    20/05/2020 Duración: 49min

    In Episode 349 we bring you a special interview with CEO of the Premier Lacrosse League, Mike Rabil. Mike shares incredible insight for our listeners on hustling to start a new sports league, creating a work environment of transparency and communication, and why team members should be encouraged to act like an owner.