A leader is alway accountable for their actions. If you make a mistake on or off the court, it is important to graciously accept the consequences. One way of being accountable on the court is a simple “my bad” after a mistake. It lets teammates and coaches know that you are not looking for excuses and are not afraid to admit fault. For example, if you throw a pass to a teammate that is catchable but they had to leave their feet to get and then miss it, even though it was catchable it does not hurt to offer a “my bad” or “sorry a little high” or “whoa a little too much zip hu?”.

– Coach Collin


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