Coach Dave has always believed that every facet of a player's game can be improved. There is a reason, a purpose, and a best way to perform every movement that takes place on a basketball court. It is an ongoing process of learning and doing things correctly, over and over again, so as to become second nature to the creature performing the movement.


Turning an average player into a good player, or a good player into a great player, is an art form. It is the equivalent of an artist taking a blank canvas, and adding paint, drop by drop, in such a way as to capture a fleeting moment in time forever — with the end product being a Monet or its equivalent.


If you want to be the absolute best that you can be, "taking your game to the next level", call coach Dave. He will literally choreagraph the entire
offensive and defensive package. You will see the game like you've never seen it before. He will change the way you think about the game forever.
You will become the "best that you can be". That is the true measure of success!


Shooting is a lost art, which very few people fully understand. Shooters are not developed and cultivated.
They are typically found, recruited, or drafted.The real question is "why isn't everyone on any given team a good shooter?".


The fact of the matter is coaches have only so much time in a day, and it is spent on X's and O's.
Putting together a team, a cohesive unit functioning as one, is their job. Coaches coach.


At the same token, Dave Guinane has been studying shooting for well over 40 years, with the same zeal and passion as a coach working
on X's and O's. The results he gets, and the 40,000 plus lessons he has given are why he is commonly known as the "Shot Doctor".


Proper technique reinforced with muscle memory are the foundations to becoming a great shooter. There are 30-35 things that may go wrong
throughout the course of a shot, which happens in less than a second. Each of these negatively impacts the chance of the shot being effective.
By identifying and then correcting these flaws, one is well on his or her way to becoming a great shooter.


Theoretically, it would be almost impossible to miss if a shooter had everything right each and every time. Practice then develops
muscle memory, which in turn leads to consistency.


Coach Dave can break down your shot, identify and correct the flaws, and then teach you how to help yourself correct them in the future.
Don't waste your valuable practice time doing things incorrectly, thereby getting better at being bad!