I coached a high school varsity AAU basketball team this spring. All kids from our local high school. My assistant kept stats. I was going to share them with the team after the season but was convinced it was a bad idea to share everyone's stats with the whole team, kids might bully other kids based on them, parents might get upset etc. Our HS coach doesn't share stats, he gives a couple of them at the end of season banquet when talking about each player, but that's it. He doesn't name an MVP or give any awards other than varsity letters and certificates. Our HS doesn't name a valedictorian or give class rank, as you can tell, we live in a very special town. A few years ago when I coached 8th grade travel hoops, a parent did game changer for all the games and we shared it with anyone who wanted to see it, with no issues. My oldest son's majors (11-12 year old) LL team also shared stats without any issues, the coach was a pro who runs his own baseball facility. Do you share stats with your teams any negative or positive experiences doing this? I'm coaching 7th grade travel hoops this winter and think it is important that kids start to realize the differences among themselves and plan on sharing scoring stats.