New Stat Analysis Tool Gives The High School Basket Ball Coach An Edge
High School Hoops Doc announcing availability of sabermetrics online to high school coaches.
San Marcos, CA (I-Newswire) September 30, 2012 - Today’s high school basketball coach now has the same sabermetric analysis resources as coaches in the NBA, thanks to a new ground breaking website www.highschoolhoopsdoc. One of the co-founders of the site is Dr. David Claerbaut, a high school coach in Las Vegas and Michigan, with a background in sports psychology and statistical analysis. Dr. Claerbaut is the Hoops Doc, and he sees the site as unique. “We saw a need for a resource for the high school basketball coach from somebody who has been there in real time and addresses the entire range of head coaching experience—the psychological, physical, and strategic—not one that is a laundry list of offenses, defenses, and drawings,” stated Dr. Claerbaut.
The site is built around healthy techniques that win. It covers scheduling, roster choices, promoting a basketball program, game strategy, and scouting.
The centerpiece of the website is a “Stat Pack.” It brings a sabermetric approach to high school basketball and is a product of the founder, who has written a number of sports books---one on basketball statistics. “I took my stat research in putting together my book The NBA Analyst, and adjusted them to the high school level using a national statistical database of over 100 high schools,” says Dr. David Claerbaut. “Now girls and boys high school coaches can get the same edge an NBA coach gets with more advanced and understandable statistics and built-in analysis.
These are more than just pure stats for the coach. There are ratings in a variety of categories including Floor Dominance, Possession Dominance, Non-Shooting Impact Factor, etc, based on an exclusive formula. It is all broken down, explaining the impact of each stat and even how to apply the numbers and ratings to build practices, to prepare for opponents and more. It saves the high school basketball coach valuable time--making practices more efficient and more focused on winning games--by identifying which aspect of their team’s game to work on each day.
Dr. Claerbaut, The Hoops Docs, also uses his background in sports psychology to address motivation for coaches and players, which available to today’s tuned-in high school basketball coach through blogs, podcasts, ebooks, and even special services.
The site also deals with revolutionary specialized strength conditioning from Dr. Michael Yessis, nationally renowned biomechanic guru. The conditioning methods focus on developing basketball-specific muscles and resistance to injury. “There are many conditioning programs out there,” says Claerbaut. “but Explosive Basketball proves out on the court while keeping players free from common injuries such as hamstring pulls.” Concluded the Hoops Doc..
Claerbaut, formerly an AD at North Park University in Chicago where the school’s boys team won a D3 NCAA title, coached his first Michigan team to two consecutive titles and then took Andre Agassi Prep in Las Vegas to the state championship game in the school’s first year as a member of the state association.
For additional information, visit www.highschoolhoopsdoc.com.
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Published On:September 30, 2012
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