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The Jim Huber Show is a podcast for basketball coaches, parents, fans, and players. Topics include player development, character development, youth development, defense, offense, and more. Jim Huber has developed and coached NBA players as well as elite prospects who have attended the nation's top college basketball programs, including Duke and Kentucky. Jim features 20+ years of basketball coaching experience at the youth, high school, and college levels. His resume includes 45 championships, 13 runner-up finishes, and 26 final four appearances at regional and national tournaments. He has coached more than 40 collegiate players.

The Jim Huber Show is a podcast for basketball coaches, parents, fans, and players. Topics include player development, character development, youth development, defense, offense, and more. Jim Huber has developed and coached NBA players as well as elite prospects who have attended the nation's top college basketball programs, including Duke and Kentucky. Jim features 20+ years of basketball coaching experience at the youth, high school, and college levels. His resume includes 45 championships, 13 runner-up finishes, and 26 final four appearances at regional and national tournaments. He has coached more than 40 collegiate players.
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The Jim Huber Show is a podcast for basketball coaches, parents, fans, and players. Topics include player development, character development, youth development, defense, offense, and more. Jim Huber has developed and coached NBA players as well as elite prospects who have attended the nation's top college basketball programs, including Duke and Kentucky. Jim features 20+ years of basketball coaching experience at the youth, high school, and college levels. His resume includes 45 championships, 13 runner-up finishes, and 26 final four appearances at regional and national tournaments. He has coached more than 40 collegiate players.

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Episodes

#38 – Matt Keeley “Building a Winning Culture From Scratch”

10/27/2017
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Why You Should Listen? After ten years of prepping himself as an assistant coach, at MidAmerica Nazarene University and Washburn University, Matt Keeley takes over as head coach for the OUAZ Men’s Basketball program. Coach Keeley was blessed to work for two college coaching legends during his time as an assistant. He was fortunate to […]

Duration:00:26:20

#37 – Coach Mason “Dr. Dish or the Gun?”

8/9/2017
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Why You Should Listen? This podcast looks at the benefits of Dr. Dish and Pro Skills Trainer Jefferson Mason makes the case for Dr. Dish supremacy in the basketball skill development world. Jefferson Mason had great success as a basketball player. He spent 2 ½ years at the NCAA Division I level, was named a […]

Duration:00:20:28

#36 – Ben McCollum “Winning a National Championship the BearCat Way”

7/5/2017
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Why You Should Listen? Northwest Missouri State Head Coach Ben McCollum has developed the “BearCat Way” culture over the last 8 years. That culture has contributed in winning the 2017 NCAA DII Men’s Basketball Championship (35-1), three Sweet 16 finishes and five MIAA regular season titles. During that time, Coach McCollum has been named Clarence […]

Duration:00:30:34

#35 – Chris Beard “The Process That Gets Things Done”

6/6/2017
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Why You Should Listen? Texas Tech Head Coach Chris Beard’s coaching style was honed under Bobby Knight, and it has made him one of the top up and coming coaches in the nation. He has amassed a 189-64 record and 23 victories per season over his eight seasons as a head coach. His previous stops […]

Duration:00:36:15

#34 – Joe Mazzulla “Get 1% Better Each Day”

4/26/2017
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Why You Should Listen? Joe Mazzulla had a simple plan, to get one percent better every day. Following his father’s developmental plan at an early age transformed Joe into a 3 time State Champion and Gatorade Player of the Year in Rhode Island. That success granted him the opportunity to play at West Virginia for […]

Duration:00:29:35

#33 – Hernando Planells “Life Is A Choice, Not A Chance”

1/10/2017
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Why You Should Listen? Working for Coach Joanne P. McCallie at Duke has taught Hernando Planells that life is about “Choice Not Chance.” To Coach Planells everything is a “Choice” is doesn’t happen by “Chance.” People justify when things don’t go their way saying, “It is not meant to be.” Coach Planells believes that too […]

Duration:00:30:37

#32 – “A Blueprint For Building a Program With Kevin Thomas”

12/10/2016
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Taking over and turning around a losing program takes a plan, and Kevin Thomas has been the man with a plan at State Fair Community College in Sedalia, Missouri. Coach Thomas applied the principles he learned playing for college basketball’s all-time winningest coach Gene Bess with 1,243 wins. He took over a struggling 4 and […]

Duration:00:23:32

#31 – “The Art of Shooting with NBA Shooting Instructor Dave Love”

11/17/2016
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Why You Should Listen? In this Jim Huber Podcast, you will learn the art of shooting with NBA shooting instructor Dave Love. While with the Phoenix Suns, Coach Love was able to increase players’ shooting percentages. These successes led him the opportunity to work with Grant Hill and DeShawn Stevenson, as well being hired by […]

Duration:00:34:20

#30 – Danny Miles “Lessons From A Lifetime In Coaching”

10/18/2016
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Only Harry Statham, Pat Summit and Mike Krzyzewski have won more college basketball games than Danny Miles at 1,040. On the road to coaching immortality, Coach Miles won 3 National Championships in 43 years at Oregon Tech. His love for his players and the game earned him Coach John Wooden’s “Keys to Life” Award in […]

Duration:00:37:27

#29 – Greg Brown “What I Learned Coaching with Pat Summitt and Don Meyer”

9/26/2016
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Why You Should Listen? Greg Brown worked for two of the greatest servant leaders in the history of college basketball, Hall of Famers Pat Summit and Don Meyer. They combined with 2,021 wins and won 84 percent of their games! The priceless gifts that both Pat and Don so selflessly passed to Coach Brown inspired […]

Duration:00:25:19

#28 John Lair “Coaching Athletes To Achieve The Impossible”

8/16/2016
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The odds were stacked fairly high against Coach John Lair and his athlete, Chevi Peters. Doctors had predicted an early demise for young Chevi, telling his parents he wouldn’t live to see the age of three. 38 surgeries later, he was a beaten down teenager who weighed 98 lbs, his body covered in scars, […]

Duration:00:28:01

#27 Cameron Belden “How To Earn A College Basketball Scholarship”

7/12/2016
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Why You Should Listen? Every player wants that coveted college scholarship, but beyond being told to work hard, they don’t receive a ton of other information about how exactly to go about procuring the scholarship they want. For most parents it’s a mystery as well, as we struggle to find the right program and coach […]

Duration:00:30:52

#26 Scott Simpson “How To Keep Your Child Happy And Playing Into Their Teens”

6/14/2016
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70% of children, which means more than likely, your child, will walk away from the game they once loved by the time they are thirteen years old, never to play again. Basketballs are left buried and deflated alongside abandoned gloves, bats and soccer balls as kids flee today’s high pressured rat race that is youth sports. […]

Duration:00:36:25

#25 – Is Stan Van Gundy Right About Win At All Costs?

5/9/2016
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Why You Should Listen? Winning is important, but how you win is more important. In this JHS podcast, we examine how misplaced priorities in the form of trophies, medals and rankings have encouraged a “Win At All Costs” mentality, where all sorts of shenanigans end up taking place, all at expense of the true mission, […]

Duration:00:19:15

#24 Chris Oliver “What One Coach Learned in a Trip Around the Basketball World”

4/8/2016
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Why You Should Listen? “University of Windsor Head Coach Chris Oliver has literally traveled the globe like Indiana Jones, seeking training and coaching treasures hidden in faraway lands. In this Jim Huber Podcast, we sit down with Chris after he recently arrived back in Canada after trekking through the USA, Europe, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Australia on […]

Duration:00:42:43

#23 “Bringing Back Toughness with No Zer0 Days Founder Todd Johnson”

3/24/2016
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Todd Johnson has always radiated a fierce energy on the sidelines as a Coach in the college and pro ranks, as well as with Nike sponsored MOKAN teams. This is a guy who was “working” the sidelines, moving, gesturing, pleading, leading and loving. You knew TJ was in the gym. He was a fiery presence. And […]

Duration:00:27:42

#22 Don Kelbick Part 2 “How to Develop an Attack Mentality”

3/7/2016
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Why You Should Listen? In this Jim Huber Podcast, you will learn Don Kelbick’s comprehensive system that simplifies the game for players at all levels and all positions. As the name implies, it’s based on an “attack” and then “counter” philosophy. It’s incredibly simple when compared to other skill development programs. Yet it works with […]

Duration:00:41:36

#21 Don Kelbick “The Coach Whisperer”

2/17/2016
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Why You Should Listen? He doesn’t believe in the shot fakes or reading the defense, and his “triple threat” is completely different from basketball’s traditional shoot, pass or dribble mentality. Breakthrough Basketball’s Don Kelbick is one of the most unique thinkers in basketball, and the NBA and world basketball community are listening. Coaches like Jeff […]

Duration:00:35:31

#20 – Dr. Michael Gervais of the Seattle Seahawks “Mind and Elite Performance- Empowering Athletes to Become Champions”

1/27/2016
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Why You Should Listen? Today, nearly every professional sport incorporates mental training. The U.S. Olympic Committee now has five full-time sports psychologists, and many more athletes meet with independent specialists. One of the best in the business, Dr. Michael Gervais, is claimed to be a secret weapon to professional athletes and sports organizations. Dr. Gervais […]

Duration:00:32:06

#19 – Creating The Next Steph Curry

1/6/2016
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Why You Should Listen? There has never been a shooter as good as Steph Curry. Period. He’s so good, he has literally changed the way the game is being played and the way offenses are being structured. In this podcast we look at the rituals, techniques and mentality that go into becoming a truly world […]

Duration:00:21:01