In honor of the olympics, coaches can use gold, silver, and bronze to teach decision making. This falls into line with simplifying by coaching in one word commands.
Use "gold" when players make the absolute best decision possible. After a puncture, a pass is made to the player with the best opportunity to score. A player who doesn't shoot the One Count three well cuts to the rim when his defender collapses on the puncture. It can describe a player that makes the correct decision when they attempt to score the ball.
Coaches use "silver" when a player makes a decision that could have been better, but it was not the worst decision that could have been made. For example, a player decides to shoot a three while a defender is sprinting to close out. This hard closeout caused the player to rush their shooting motion a little bit, but they are still able to get off a decent shot. Maybe the "gold" decision would have been faking on One and attacking on Two. The decision didn't lead to a turnover or a terrible shot, but there were better options available.
Use "bronze" when a player makes the worst decision possible. Forcing a pass into traffic or trying to score over three defenders would be examples when "bronze" should be used.