I believe the best coaches are great teachers. My philosophy in teaching is to keep the game as simple as possible. Here are a few examples:
1) Shot-If a shooter needs work on her shot, I take things out rather than add to the shot. Less room for error.
2) Moves-You need 2 great moves, and a counter.
3) What you emphasize is where the best results will show.
I figure if it's too much for me then it's way to complicated for them. Play Hard and Play Smart! Oh, yeah, and keep it simple. Our kids think enough off the court academically to have to think TOO much on the court. They play their best when they actually just play!