Coach Doaty on Basketball Lost & Found


Coach Randal S. Doaty

The lost and found – this is where many talented basketball players find themselves. They are sitting in the dark, wondering why they are lost in a vast sea of basketball talent. How will they possibly be spotted by a coach and a team who will recognize their abilities, invest in their potential and help them fulfill their basketball dreams?
Discovery results from an athlete who is serious about the art and science of being found. If you are not in the marketplace, you are not really on the market. If you hope to be found, you also need to be equipped with the right tools and properly trained to effectively be spotted. If you are just hoping to get lucky – good luck!
Is anyone really searching for you? Absolutely! They are searching at the high school level, the college level and the professional level in both the US and abroad. Many people are in the profession of looking for basketball talent. These basketball search and rescue folks are good, but they desperately need your cooperation if you hope to be spotted.
Advances in technology are rapidly changing the way basketball scouts search for recruits. Although they may be looking for many of the same qualities, talents and skills as in years past, they can now search with new and innovative tools. The advent of systems like BIMPS4 technology is just one example. If you want a coach to take a serious look at you, you will need to understand exactly how you can be spotted.


About Coach Doaty

Coach Doaty is a sports performance quantification system pioneer and a mental coaching innovator. He has been researching, developing and implementing new tools and training programs for the sport of basketball for nearly two decades. He has spent the past 18 years studying data he has collected with his trademark intensity measurement point system called BIMPS. The term BIMPS is an acronym for Basketball Intensity Measurement Point System.
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