Elevate Your Game During March Madness

College basketball dominates the sports landscape in March, starting with the conference tournaments and finishing with the NCAA men's Division I championship on April 2, and the NCAA women's Division I championship on April 3.

The best amateur talent in the country will be playing in these games, led by some of the top coaches in basketball. Their success is no accident—they worked hard for it and mastered some of the secrets it takes to get that good.

iHoops has taken many of its articles and videos featuring top college coaches, college players and former college players and compiled them here. Whether you're learning a new ball-handling drill, finding out more about ACL injuries or picking up tips to be a better coach, this guide has you covered—thanks to some of the biggest and best names in college basketball.




Coaching Philosophy

Strength and Conditioning

  • Core Workouts With Tamika Catchings: Former Tennessee women's All-American Tamika Catchings goes through eight core exercises that will improve your athleticsm—and your play.


  • 9 College Camps for Girls: Sharpen your skills at one of these college camps, including NCAA Tournament favorites like Stanford and Georgetown.

Dealing With Injuries

  • What to Expect After a Torn ACL: UNLV men's player Kendall Wallace and Oklahoma women's player Whitney Hand tore their ACL, like many players do. Here's an inside look at their long recovery process.


Playing College Basketball


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