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Thread: Root problem: Flawed structue, system and culture

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    Quote Originally Posted by cartman42 View Post
    This just goes to show that UAAp prospects are overrated haha
    I will say this there is really no real central national program that focuses on identifying and training really the most promising high school prospects, that responsibility is left to each independent school and we all know they're bias towards their junior programs

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    Quote Originally Posted by analyzed View Post
    I will say this there is really no real central national program that focuses on identifying and training really the most promising high school prospects, that responsibility is left to each independent school and we all know they're bias towards their junior programs
    I think there needs to be some sort of incentive for a local coach.

    With European soccer if you are a coach who develops a player you get some sort of payment when you "sell" a players rights to a different team (This seems to make the most sense to me, the highest paying MPBL team pays the local coach for their player, assuming MPBL starts allowing young players)

    In the US aau coaches get paid from multiple sources. Some of the really good teams get money from Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour.

    Most of the teams are "pay to play," so parents pay money to the coaches/organization.

    Another way coaches get money is from college coaches/boosters giving money if they get a kid to their University. In the USA, this is against the NCAA rules, but it still happens a lot. (Something like this might already be in place in regards to the UAAP/NCAA teams)

    Also, many AAU coaches are High School Coaches so they get a little money from the High School.

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    ^
    That's actually an interesting concept

    But Im glad someone gets the true picture, we do have problems (significant flaws) and all these ideas are welcome

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    Flawed coaching for bigs. Always stuck at the post,not allowed to shoot from the outside and dribble. Those 6'5 upwarda are not train to dribble and shoot from perimeter. Always go for easy win right now than think of longterm success.
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    if gusto talaga sbp to develop teens with guard skills edi create regionalto provincial to city municipal teams that they will compensate to teach right way if basketball no pressure from schools to win..development lang...

    it requires budget although mvp has a gazillion of formerplayers from ateneo san beda and pba to do this.. better nga pag may youth team formation they will be parang selection committee..

    ang iba dyan baka ok sa weekend job to assemble the kids lets say from pampang have mini training camps..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    If it's just "skills training" (training everyone guard skills) that problem is not that hard to solve (if we really want it to be solved). It's not that hard for a skills trainer to set up a class, all you need basically is just a court, basketballs and ingenuity. It's very similar to training in martial arts, a lot of the masters just learned in backyards and fields.

    The trickier part is having game-time experience (leagues) where "bigs" are allowed to be guards.

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