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Its a natural desire for parents to support their childs dreams, no matter the cost. But experts say there are ways parents can make their kids participation in sports more positive and avoid sacrificing their own financial security.-ENCOURAGE MULTIPLE SPORTS: Parents are often told that a child with potential should participate in intense or year-round programs to build that skill. But studies show early specialization does more harm than good. It increases the risk of overuse in developing bodies, causes kids to burn out on sports and decreases overall athletic development, according to Aspen Institutes Project Play, an effort to make sports accessible to all.-COMMUNICATE REGULARY: Check in with kids about what they really want to do. Some crave a competitive environment and others dont want to be pushed into that pipeline, says Travis Dorsch, founding director of the Families in Sport Lab at Utah State University. Its often parents, not kids, that find and suggest these elite teams, he said. And children, attuned to underlying messages, often provide answers based on what the parents want to hear. He suggests checking with kids weekly, monthly and seasonally to make sure they are still having fun and engaged.-SUPPORT FREE PLAY: Forget practice and drills -- engaging in free or loosely structured play is important, says Tom Farrey of the Aspen Institute. Kid-led activities are important in making sports fun and building creativity. Need convincing? Farrey points out that free play was important to athletes like Michael Jordan and Brazilian soccer stars who played pickup games in their neighborhoods.-MANAGE EXPECTATIONS: Odds are against a child going to the Olympics, going pro or even playing in college. Thats no reflection on the parents. Sociologist Jay Coakley says many parents have been conditioned to view their childs achievements -- at school, on the field or elsewhere -- as a measure of their worth as a parent. Parents should recognize what messages they are listening to internally when making decisions. He suggests providing children with an array of experiences and some autonomy to pursue and enjoy whatever their interests are.-DONT DISMISS ACADEMICS: Parents who really want their kid to get college paid for should get a biology tutor, not a sports coach, says Mark Hyman of George Washington University. Academics might be compromised for intense training, but school studies provide more opportunity for scholarships and are important to lifelong success.-REMEMBER FINANCIAL NEEDS: Parents need to pay the bills each month and have a nest egg when they retire. Its not bad to spend on sports or even elite teams, but athletic and financial experts say parents need to find what works for their lives. 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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- The Grizzlies have little time to celebrate and appreciate the best season in this franchises history after being swept from the Western Conference finals. The organization faces several pivotal decisions, including the future of coach Lionel Hollins, free agent Tony Allen and how to handle a couple of burgeoning player salaries. "Were definitely thinking the future," guard Mike Conley said Tuesday. "Were definitely thinking that we got a good taste of what we could be, and now were going to have to make some decisions this off-season obviously based around Marc (Gasol) and myself and the core guys and see if we can improve ourselves and get back to where our goals are at." The Grizzlies found themselves swept from the post-season Monday night after a 93-86 loss to the Spurs. It was not the way they wanted to cap the best season ever for the small-market franchise. Several players made it clear Tuesday they want Hollins back as their coach after he helped them improve each season since taking over in January 2009. They were at their best this season going 56-26 and just missing the Southwest Division title by two games to the Spurs. They set franchise marks winning 32 games at home, 24 on the road and with a 58.5 winning percentage. They had never played or won as many post-season games as they did this season. They also extended their post-season sellout streak to 17 straight games. That is why Hollins already is being mentioned as a candidate elsewhere with openings at the Clippers, Bucks and Nets being possibilities. Clippers owner Donald Sterling was at Game 1 of the Western finals in San Antonio with speculation that he was taking a close look at Hollins, who knocked Los Angeles out of the playoffs in the first round. This is the first time the veteran coach has been a hot commodity. Hollins said nobody has asked to talk to him yet. He wants to be paid fair-market value but he said money will not be the final factor. "Hopefully, I will be here," Hollins said. "I love the guys. I love this city and the fans and everybody associated with the team. But weve got to be very, very realistic in what the future holds." Hollins had little negotiating leverage in 2010 when he accepted a contract from then-owner Michael Heisley. Now Robert Pera heads up the new ownership group, and Hollins had his longest talk with the new boss after Monday nights loss though his future did not come up in conversation. "I think he just wants to win," Hollins said. But Hollins also wants to know what cchief executive officer Jason Levien plans to do with the roster.dddddddddddd. Levien traded away leading scorer Rudy Gay on Jan. 30, the second trade clearing up space away from the luxury tax threshold. Now Levien must decide whether the Grizzlies can afford to keep Allen, 31, and a two-time member of the NBA All-Defensive first team who received votes for Defensive Player of the Year. Allen said he wants to stay in Memphis where he coined the teams "Grit and Grind" mantra and is the self-named "Grindfather" at the arena known as the Grindhouse. "Getting to the Western finals shows that its a team to be reckoned with," Allen said. Guard Jerryd Bayless, who helped handle the ball to relieve the pressure on Conley, has a player option for next season. Tayshaun Prince, acquired in the Gay trade, will cost more than $7 million each of the next two seasons, but he struggled so much with his shot this post-season that teams left him open, daring him to shoot. Zach Randolph is a candidate for a trade or amnesty with a contract for two more years at $34 million. The two-time All Star led Memphis with 15.4 points and 11.2 rebounds a game with 45 double-doubles during the season. He averaged 20 points against the Clippers and 18 against the Thunder only to be limited by the Spurs to 11 points in the finals. They frustrated him with a wave of big bodies pushing him off his usual low block, and the Grizzlies couldnt adapt or make the Spurs pay. Randolph said reaching the finals for the first time helped him learn exactly what he needs to do now in his game. He also wants to finish his career in Memphis. "But its a business, and I understand that." The Grizzlies still need perimeter shooting after the Spurs dominated the paint in the last three games, able to focus on shutting down Randolph and Gasol. Quincy Pondexter should push for a starting spot after shooting 49 per cent from the floor and 45 per cent from 3-point range, but it wasnt enough. Right now, Memphis core is Gasol and Conley. Gasol was voted Defensive Player of the Year, and Conley was voted to the NBAs All-Defensive second team. 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