It was last year when Noah Basketball told the story of how Marietta High School (Ohio) came to have a Noah Instant in its gym.
Jul 15, 2015 5:47:39 PM
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Dec 22, 2014 3:53:40 PM
"I think one immediate benefit is that we will get kids in the gym when it’s not practice time. I can see many of them utilizing Noah on their own time and that’s always a plus.” - Coach Gordie Risbridger,
Coach Gordie Risbridger confesses that he’s a basketball junkie. Good thing because if it wasn’t for Risbridger’s love for the game, he may never have found himself on the Noah Basketball website and signing up for a program called Try Before You Buy.
Dec 12, 2014 4:48:00 PM
May 22, 2014 4:24:42 PM
"For me personally, Noah played a huge part of our championship season. Our players became much more aggressive when they had the confidence to make free throws" - Coach Scott Rainville
Danville High Coach Scott Rainville had just 10 practices to prepare his team for the boys basketball season opener last fall. With an offense and defense to install, Coach Rainville found himself scrambling for time to work on a few fundamental skills.
May 14, 2014 5:56:30 PM
“Noah puts the science behind the shooting. Noah breaks down the averages and allows you to decipher what you need to do as a shooter. That’s key for me." - John Hellige
Mar 27, 2014 4:20:00 PM
The first two rounds of the men’s NCAA basketball tournament are in the books, and free throw shooting once again proved to be the difference in quite a few games.
N.C. State blew a 16-point lead with eight minutes to go against Saint Louis in the second round on Thursday. The Wolfpack made just 20 of 37 free throws for 54.1 percent. They went 9 of 21 in those fateful final eight minutes.