eCoachBasketball NBA All-Star Game Promotion: Free Trial Subscription

eCoachBasketball, Powered by the National Basketball Coaches Association, Instructional Platform Launching Today on Multiple Devices and Offers Seven-Day Free Trial Subscription over NBA All-Star Game Weekend

NEW YORK (February 15, 2018) – The National Basketball Coaches Association (NBCA), in alliance with eCoach, which launched the eCoachBasketball instructional platform on iOS earlier this year, launches today across multiple additional platforms including Android, Apple TV, Amazon Fire Tablet, and online via any computer.  In celebration of NBA All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, eCoachBasketball is offering a free trial subscription for a limited time. From February 15th through March 1st, anyone may register and opt-in for seven days of free unlimited access to the eCoachBasketball premium content library featuring NBA Coaches.

eCoachBasketball allows athletes, coaches, parents and others globally to learn the game from the greatest basketball minds on the planet — current and former NBA Head and Assistant Coaches. Powered by a robust digital coaching platform, eCoachBasketball integrates the world’s most comprehensive short-form library of video tips and drills featuring NBA coaches for basketball skills instruction into an innovative digital curriculum.

Through an eCoachBasketball subscription, exclusive video instruction from NBA Coaches is now accessible anywhere, anytime on mobile devices, computers, or TV.  Videos are available to watch instantly or to download later. The video library can be personalized by designating favorite titles that will track across all apps and devices.

Registration for eCoachBasketball is free, and features never before seen footage and interviews from the NBA Coaches, along with an introductory set of free tips and drills.  The free iOS download for iPhone and iPad also includes video-recording and digital tools for self-analysis and coaching, and private lockers to store athlete videos.  Premium membership plans provide unlimited access to the entire instructional library of exclusive tips and drills and are offered at $6.99 per month or $69.99 annually.

The tips and drills library includes hundreds of video instructional segments, produced exclusively for eCoachBasketball, where the NBA Coaches share their expertise through a comprehensive curriculum of topics to teach athletes and coaches of all levels the best way to improve your basketball playing and coaching skills.  With over 150 tips and drills to start, and new videos added weekly, monthly and annual memberships will provide the user access to hundreds of new and exclusive tips and drills and insider basketball expertise.

eCoachBasketball, Powered by the National Basketball Coaches Association, is available now for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV on the App Store, for Android on Google Play, for Fire Tablet on the Amazon App Store, and online at

To learn more and register for the free eCoachBasketball seven-day trial subscription visit The free trial promotional offering is available for a limited time from February 15th through March 1st.

About the NBCA

The National Basketball Coaches Association (NBCA) is the labor association that represents basketball coaches in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Founded in 1976 by legendary Boston Celtics player and coach, Tommy Heinsohn, the NBCA consists of all NBA Head Coaches, Assistant Coaches and alumni, and works closely with the NBA on all matters that pertain to the coaching profession.

About eCoach

eCoach provides access to a growing number of the best sports coaches in the world through mobile applications and online.  Player development is accelerated through a digital platform that provides free state-of-the-art video analysis coaching tools, subscription access to elite coaches, immersive video instructional content, and interactive player-coach engagements that extend the traditional in-person sports instruction model.  No longer will the barriers of time, distance, or financial resources limit players, coaches and parents from accessing the top instructors and trainers in their respective sports.