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Basketball Coaching Do's and Don'ts - by Ari Fisher

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Ari Fisher has coached on all levels except professionally. He started his career as the third assistant at LSU during the tenure of Dale Brown. He was on staff for 4 seasons; 2 as a GA and 2 as restricted earnings coach from 2003-06.

Coach Fisher was also the Head Boys’ Basketball Coach and Associate Athletic Director at University Lab School from 1997-2008. His teams won Louisiana High School Class AA State Championships in 2002 and 2004. He was selected district coach of the year four times (1998, 2002 – 2004) and state coach of the year in 2004. His 2004 team finished ranked # 17 nationally. He is the second youngest coach in Baton Rouge Prep History to have a state championship team (31 in 2002). His overall coaching record is 221-114. Coach Fisher spent one season as a volunteer assistant coach at Baton Rouge Community College in 2010. Currently, Coach Fisher coaches middle school and does personal training for basketball.

Coach Fisher has also been on the faculty at LSU in the School of Kinesiology for 19 years. He teaches courses on coaching theory, basketball coaching, and health.


COACHING DO'S AND DON'TS


COACH ARI FISHER
Afishe@lsu.edu or afbrla@yahoo.com

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FUNDAMENTAL PRECEPTS FOR ALL COACHES TO REMEMBER


"You can say or do something in an instant that gives someone heartache for life"

"The worst thing we can do to another person is to make them feel what they say, do, or think doesn't matter"

"Nothing is more expensive in life than regret"