How Lon Babby Learned That For Kids It's Just A Game
See how an NBA Senior Advisor for the Suns realized how youth athletes really feel about their experiences.
Parent Tip: Praise Effort, Not Performance To Motivate Kids
Complimenting performance is less effective for motivation than praising specific effort.
What Parents Should Say On The Drive Home
The ride home after a game can be a delicate situation. Here are ideas on what parents can say.
Life Lesson: Finish What You Start
Sports parents can learn here about a specific life lesson to be taught through youth and high school sports.
Doc Rivers: Sports Parenting In 4 Words
"Great job, keep working" are the most important words for a parent to say after a game.
Quitting One Sport Does Not Mean You Should Quit All Sports
A negative experience in one sport should not deter youth or high school athletes from trying others.
Parent Tip: What To Do If Your Child Doesn't like Sports
Harvard Medical School's Dr. William Pollack explains how to help a child learn to like sports.
Oliver Luck As A Sports Parent To His Son, NFL Quarterback Andrew Luck
Tips on keeping sports in perspective with your kids from NCAA exec Oliver Luck, father of star QB Andrew Luck
Let Your Children Choose Which Sports To Pursue
Oliver Luck, NCAA exec and father of NFL star, on children choosing sports that are right for them.
How To Have A Conversation After Practice
See how a sports parent engages in conversation with a young athlete after practice.