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Basketball season just ended, but for those of us who love the game, there is always more to learn, more to discuss, and more to talk about no matter what time of year it is. A great place for discussion and education is Twitter.
So here (in no particular order) are 56 of the best basketball coaches and trainers to follow on Twitter:
Brian Williams is an author and basketball coaching blogger at CoachingToolbox.net who is constantly sharing all kinds of coaching resources on his Twitter account.
Coach Neighbors is the head women’s basketball coach at the University of Washington, who made it to the Women’s Final Four this past season in Indianapolis.
Coach Starkey is an assistant coach for the Texas A&M women’s basketball program, and also writes from a very interesting perspective at his blog HoopThoughts.Blogspot.com.
Rick Torbett is the president of Better Basketball, and his Twitter feed is full of great coaching points and tips.
The Shoot-A-Way company manufactures the best shooting machines for basketball teams around the country.
Rising Coaches Elite is an organization dedicated to helping up and coming college coaches and aid in their growth and development.
Coach Boone is the head coach at Delta State University and has had consistent success throughout his long career, having taken four different schools to the NCAA Division 2 tournament.
Coach Farrell is an assistant coach at Southwest Mississippi Community College and the co-founder of Rising Coaches Elite (which we just covered above).
Jeff Osterman is the Associate Head Coach for the University of South Florida Women’s Basketball Team.
Mano Watsa is the owner & President of PGC Basketball.
Ray Lokar is a coach, speaker, and an author. Follow him for positive coaching tips.
Coach Smith is the director of the Southeast Tennessee Basketball Coaches Clinic.
Coach White is an assistant coach at Georgia State University and a former high school coach who has a very successful record.
Coach Gilreath is the head basketball coach at Astronaut High School in Florida and is always sharing great basketball coaching content on his Twitter feed.
Jim Burson is an author and basketball coach offering regular words of wisdom to his followers.
Tom Kelsey is former director of operations at LSU, motivational speaker, and former HS and College Coach
Jaycob Ammerman is the Video Coordinator at UCF Men’s Basketball and hands down post the most viral videos on Twitter
Coach Chiesa was a long time assistant NBA Coach with the Utah Jazz, and his Twitter feed is full of great detailed coaching tips.
HoopSeen is a great place to find information like the latest news, rankings, and recruiting information in prep basketball.
Hoop Coach is a great place to find plays, drills, and articles.
Professional basketball skills trainer.
A great place to find training resources and videos for coaches!
VP of Basketball Operations for the LA Clippers
Coach Koran Godwin is a pro skills basketball trainer
Imagine if someone took all the different kinds of accounts on this list and combined them into a single one. Well that’s what this one is! It’s an absolute must-follow for anyone who loves the game.
Daily basketball tips and opinions on what’s going on with the game!
Dre All Day Baldwin Basketball skills training and inspiration
Basketball coach and trainer, head of Pure Sweat Basketball
Christian Mueller runs Pivotal featuring some of the top instruction in playing the post!
Jamy Bechler is the Former Head Basketball Coach at Martin Methodist College
The Head Coach of the Kentucky Wildcats.
Basketball inspiration and instruction
Top basketball skills training
One of the top basketball podcasts out there!
Marv Fox Jr runs a basketball training resource.
Basketball skills development specialist.
Drew Hanlen‘s NBA strategic skills coach and CEO of Pure Sweat.
This is a great account for coaches to improve in their teaching and leadership abilities.
Gannon Baker is one of the top basketball skill coaches in the game!
Skills Development Coach of Accelerate Basketball, and trainer for NBA MVP Steph Curry
New York Knicks President, Coach of Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant
Head Basketball Coach at The University of Nevada
As you know Pat Summitt is the Legendary Head Women’s Coach at Tennessee
Associate Head Coach at LSU
Shooting coach for the Orlando Magic
Director of Player Development for the Dallas Mavericks
Trainer who works with some of the best in the NBA, including Kevin Durant, Westbrook, Rose, Curry and more!
Hall of Famer who now works as the Director of International Basketball for Nike Basketball.
Head Coach of the Crystal Lake Central Boys Basketball team in Illinois.
Trainer at Dr1ven Training
Pro Basketball Trainer and Entertainer
Head Coach of Nebraska Cornhuskers
Head Basketball Coach at South Carolina
International Basketball Trainer
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