When it comes to recording games, basketball coaches have two solid equipment options: an iPad or a hard drive camera. Because our recommendations are all about getting great game video, the following equipment will work for any sport, you just have to decide which workflow you prefer.
Whether your season is just beginning or coming to end, now is the perfect time to relive your team’s best moments with highlights. (Really, any time is the perfect time.) Once those highlights are saved, turn on Keepsakes and purchase a copy or two to jumpstart the easiest fundraiser you’ve ever managed.
Setting a great screen might be one of the most undervalued fundamentals in basketball. With a proper screen, offensive players are able to shake the defender for more space to become a greater offensive threat. Without well-executed screens, those players are likely to find themselves stumped by talented defenders.
In a few lucky states, basketball season is already here, and for the rest of the country, it’s coming soon. Take a few minutes to knock out this checklist and get back in the Hudl habit before your next tipoff rolls around.
Earlier this month, we announced that our in-game replay solution will be available soon. As with any new tool, coaches have a few questions, and we’re pumped to see users so excited about Hudl Sideline. So we gathered answers to the five most common questions.
With the football season in full swing, it’s easy to look no further than Friday night. While you definitely want your team’s focus to remain on what’s left of the season, the plays they’re making now can be really important in the future.
We know you value data, and the need to analyze those stats could come up at any moment. That’s why football coaches now have the ability to [edit breakdown data with an iPad]. Whether you’re making one small tweak to a statistic, changing column sets or adding new details, it’s all available on the go.
The offseason is typically seen as a time to relax – take a few months off to reenergize and come back for another round of games and practices feeling 100%. We’re feeling pretty close to that, but not because we took any time off. In fact, we spent the entire offseason working to make Hudl better. From new web tools to better reports, we have a lot to talk about.
Bobby Knight called the ability to shoot consistently “the number one skill a player needs.” Solid shooters are invaluable to their teams - but their talent is no accident. Successful, consistent shooting is directly related to the amount of time an athlete spends working on their technique.
Presentations are awesome educational tools. Whether you’re creating a visual aid for a clinic, putting together a sleek scouting report, or just trying to optimize film study during a team meeting, we want creating and sharing these materials to be as simple as possible – so we’ve improved the way coaches create presentations using Hudl.