I might start by asking them what they think the difference was between games.
That age is tough- are a lot of the kids doing a bunch of other stuff where they might be tired- or even sick- I remember a game last year when half my team was just dead and not hustling. I said something on the bench just thinking out loud- and anothe kid shared that the flu had rampaged through their class this week and my Center and SF had temps over 100- (didn't share this with me) lol- so suddenly they were actually playing pretty well.
Competition is big at that age- practice is usually the challenge not the games-
Are they working together as a team or have they started playing more individually?
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