Doc Rivers: Parents Should Let Coaches Coach
Past NBA Champion coach Doc Rivers explains his views on his role as a sports parent.
Doc Rivers On Sports Parents Seeking More Playing Time
Your children complaining about too little playing time? Here is Doc Rivers' advice on how to handle that.
Now seven months in, we’ve learned a few things about the pandemic’s wider impact on youth & HS sports.
Coaches can get involved in leadership in a different way by talking about character-building and identity.
Activity from PCA trusted resource RISE to examine how athletes use sports as an agent social change.
Doc Rivers' Ubuntu Culture: 'I Am Because We Are'
Rivers explains how this African proverb on selflessness works in his coaching philosophy and team culture.
Doc Rivers: Sports Parenting In 4 Words
"Great job, keep working" are the most important words for a parent to say after a game.
Doc Rivers On Building Team Culture
Doc Rivers' insights into how personnel decisions and coach-player relationships contribute to team culture.
Doc Rivers On PCA's "Magic Ratio" of Positive Feedback
One coach's view of the "Magic Ratio" of five specific, truthful praises for each constructive criticism
Doc Rivers On Sports Parenting
Basketball coach Doc Rivers explains his philosophy on being a sports parent.
Doc Rivers On Character and Culture
Learn the value of a player's character through the eyes of a top NBA coach.
Doc Rivers On Bonding with Players
It is critical that coaches establish bonds with their players based on trust and mutual respect.
Doc Rivers On Mistakes
Youth sports coaches can learn from a top NBA coach about helping players get past their mistakes.