Randy Brown Strategies for Building Great Practices

Randy Brown Strategies for Building Great Practices

Successful coaches must have an organized system of drills. It starts with a drill outline and a clear written and diagrammed example of each drill. Other topics include drill overload, “build a drill” progression, and using your coaching staff in this process.

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Coach Randy Brown

Learn more on his website, CoachRB.com 

Randy Brown continues his passion for the game of basketball well beyond his 30+ year coaching career.  An 18 year NCAA Division I head and assistant coach he knows the difficulties of coaching and assists coaches of all levels around the world to help improve our ability to teach the game of basketball the right way.

  • Founder of CoachRB.com, Complete Video Coaching Resource
  • Host of College Coach Now Mentoring Program, where he has guided and mentored over 130 coaches to the job of their dreams
  • Basketball Consultant to coaches around the country
  • Mentored by Lute Olson, Tim Floyd, Kevin O’Neill, Larry Eustachy, Gary Garner
  • Published author with articles in Winning Hoops, Scholastic Coach and Athletic Director and the National Association of High School Athletic Directors, and dozens of blogs and web sites. Author of over 100 basketball articles.
  • Life coach training and graduate of CoachU.
  • Iowa native, resides in Ames, Iowa with his family.
  • Member NABC since 1985.
  • Member IBCA (Iowa).

Coaching Experience

  • Assistant Coaching Experience
  • Regina High School, Iowa 1979-1980
  • Pleasant Valley H.S., Iowa 1982-1985
  • University of Arizona 1985-1987 – Lute Olson
  • Drake University 1987-1988 – Gary Garner
  • University of North Dakota 1988-1989 – Rich Glas
  • Marquette University 1989-1991 – Kevin O’Neill
  • Miami of Ohio 1991-1993 – Joby Wright
  • Stetson University 1993-1995 – Dan Hipsher
  • Iowa State University 1998-2003 – Larry Eustachy
  • Head Coaching Experience
  • Stetson University 1995-1997


  • NCAA Elite Eight, 1999, Iowa State.
  • 5 time NCAA tournament participant—Iowa State, Miami of Ohio, Arizona.
  • 5 regular season Championships—Iowa State(2), Miami of Ohio(2), Arizona.

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