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Tubby Smith, one of the most successful and respected coaches in the game, has agreed to a six-year contract with Texas Tech that will make him the 16th head basketball coach in school history.
  Smith arrives at Texas Tech with 22 years of head coaching experience where he has amassed a 511-226 career record at the likes of Minnesota, Kentucky, Georgia and Tulsa. In that time, he has claimed a National Championship (Kentucky in 1997-98), made four Elite Eight appearances, nine Sweet Sixteen appearances and has posted 20-or-more victories in 19 seasons while making 17 trips to the NCAA Tournament.

"... Tubby Smith is a leader with proven experience that will bring success and stability as our head coach, ..." Kirby Hocutt said. "He is a tremendous role model, educator and coach and I am thrilled to welcome him and his wife Donna to the Red Raider
family."  ......

• Get a first-hand look at NCAA Champion and Naismith Coach of the Year
   Tubby Smith's offensive and defensive philosophy
• Get pick-and-roll entries that deliver back-door layups
   and open jumpers in the paint
• Learn progressive defensive build-up drills; 1-on-1 turn, 2-on-2 side,
   3-on-3 screen away, 4-on-4 shell, and 5-on-5 half court



with Tubby Smith, Texas Tech Head Coach;
former University of Minnesota Head Coach; over 500 career wins;
NCAA Championship Coach (while at Kentucky);
2003 Naismith Coach of the Year,
over 450 career wins, 2005 Jim Phelan Coach of the Year

Coach Tubby Smith provides an inside look at three days of intense workouts. From defensive principles to offensive entries to his annual coach's clinic, you'll see everything that contributes to his overall success.

Pre-season Practice #1

In practice 1, Coach Smith takes you through a typical defensive progression by demonstrating how he teaches closeouts as well as how he teaches players to defend 5-on-5 in the half court. You will see a 2-on-2 defensive drill where offensive players work on their off-ball screen action while the defense has to apply their techniques and defend their action. Coach Smith emphasizes staying low and being in a ready stance to defend any action. He uses the 2-on-2 drill to progress into 3-on-3 and 4-on-4 shell drill where players defend face cuts, shuffle cuts, give and go, and on ball screen action.

Coach Smith also works on several half-court entries in order to get his players offensive reps in the 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 setting. He finishes his practice session with a circle transition drill where players emphasize getting back to the basket and stopping the ball in the open court.



All Access Basketball Practice with Tubby Smith


Pre-season Practice #2

Coach Smith introduces a 1-on-1 turn drill that leads up to a 3-on-3 defense of the UCLA cut, and a 4-on-4 drill that works on a fire pick and roll trap. Coach Smith demonstrates the importance of daily individual skill development as his team works on post and guard shooting.

A great post entry off of a high-low set-up, "Salute and Corner" entries will help you maximize your post players offensive ability. You will get the chance to see Smith's zone offense as they scrimmage 5-on-5 in the half court and go through their dive offense.



Tubby Smith: Ball-Line Defense


Mid-season Practice #1

Take a unique look into a mid-season practice. Each aspect of the game is covered in this practice, however the time budgeted for each is adjusted from the pre-season practices. Drills are run for shorter periods of time, as the coaches and the players are both aware of the expectations.

Smith takes a bit more time to work on offensive concepts when during drill work. A great example of this is the "Inside/Out Shooting" drill. As the guards work on entry passes into the post, they relocate, catch the kickback pass and put up their shots. This is a realistic, game-like shot.



Tubby Smith's Offensive System


In the "1-on-1 Turn" and "2-on-2 Overplay," the fundamental concepts of good man-to-man defense are displayed. The team continues to work on these basic defensive drills as they build up, going 3-on-3, then 4-on-4 and eventually 5-on-5 transition. You will see how Coach Smith keeps his players fresh and focused during exams and winter break, when they have a long stretch between games.

This is a great look into the subtle differences that Coach Smith applies to his mid-season practices.



Tubby Smith: Utilizing a Zone Defensive System


Mid-season Practice #2

In this second mid-season practice, Smith spends great deal of time working on the offense. It is clear that many of the fundamental concepts have already been put in place and focus on developing the whole instead of the part. During the offensive portion, Coach Smith works on a series of sets in the half court as well as some plays that will initiate their offense, such as "Double Drag" and "Double X."

While there is a great deal of focus on the offensive end, Coach Smith still runs his players through a series of drills that support good fundamentals. For example the practice begins with a simple weave drill that leads to shots for all players. They also take time to work on feeding the post. The post drill they demonstrate not only works on this essential pass, but also incorporates skip passes and down screens.



Tubby Smith: 10 Rules for Pressure Man-to-Man Defense


Both the posts and the guards run through shooting drills to develop this key skill. Rebounding is also covered as it becomes clear that even though a major focus of practice must be on the offensive end, key fundamentals cannot be forgotten.

Smith puts everything together when he uses a 5v5 scrimmage where he unleashes his full court press.



Tubby Smith: Full-Court Match-Up Pressure Defense


Coaches Clinic

On the last day of this All Access, Coach Smith hosts a coaching clinic for local high school and college coaches. Although he takes his players through another practice, he spends more time teaching and breaking down drills and actions in order to help teach coaches.

Coach Smith demonstrates the ball line defensive philosophy, which involves harassing the ball handler as he works from the top of the key. He also demonstrates more half-court entries and a zipper series designed to get back-door layups. Coach Smith finishes his coaches `clinic demonstration by breaking down the press offense and 1-2-2 zone defense.



Tubby Smith: The Kentucky 1-4 High Offense


Tubby Smith is an NCAA Hall of Fame coach with nearly 500 wins, including an NCAA Championship to his credit. Improve your practice organization and execution by watching one of the best teachers of the game run his daily practices.

"I like the clinic style added to this All Access. You see the practice and the drill, but even better you hear just a little on why they do the drill." - Jay Martin, SouthLake Christian Academy (NC) Varsity HS & MS Girls Coach

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Tubby Smith: All Access Texas Tech Basketball Practice 5-Pack DVD with Tubby Smith

On March 23, 2007 Tubby Smith was announced as the 16th head basketball coach of the Minnesota Golden Gophers Men's Basketball program. Since then, Smith has amassed 103 victories on the Gopher sideline, the most in a coach's first five years in the history of Minnesota basketball. He joins a list of only eight Gopher coaches to reach the 100-win plateau.

In those five years, Smith has led the Gophers to four post-season berths, a berth in the Big Ten Tournament Championship game, a runner-up finish in the 2012 NIT, a title in the ESPN Puerto Rico Tip-Off and to six victories over teams ranked in the top 10 or higher. Prior to Smith's arrival, Minnesota hadn't defeated a top 10 team in almost three seasons.

The end of the 2011-12 season can truly be summed up as "March Madness." Much of the month was spent away from Minneapolis, beginning with the 2012 Big Ten Tournament in Indianapolis. The Gophers went 1-1 in a pair of overtime thrillers and moved on the National Invitational Tournament. Before the month ended, Minnesota played three true road games and a pair of neutral site contests at Madison Square Garden, before bowing to Stanford in the NIT Championship game. In all, the 2011-12 Golden Gophers accumulated 23 victories, the most under Smith and the most since the 1989-90 team also won 23 games.

Tubby Smith led the 2009-10 Golden Gophers to 21 victories and their first trip to the championship game of the Big Ten Conference Tournament, where they posted wins over Penn State (76-55), #11 Michigan State (72-67 in OT), and #6 Purdue (69-42), before losing to #5 Ohio State (90-61) in the title game. The Gophers last three opponents in the Big Ten Conference Tournament were all co-champions of the conference season. Minnesota garnered a No. 11 seed in the NCAA Tournament, its second straight tournament berth, but fell to Xavier (54-65) in the first round. Smith's three-year Minnesota record sits at 63-39 (.618) while his career record moved to 450-184 (.710).



Tubby Smith: 10 Variations of the Kentucky Flex Offense


Coach Smith's second season on the sidelines of Williams Arena will be remembered as the season the Gophers made it back to the dance, as Minnesota made its 11th overall NCAA Tournament appearance and its first since 2005.

Minnesota began the 2008-09 season by hosting the NABC Classic at historic Williams Arena, part of Smith's duties as acting President of the NABC. Three wins in the classic were followed by nine more, as the Gophers sprinted to a 12-0 non-conference record, the fifth-best start in program history. The team went on to win nine games during the Big Ten Conference schedule, added an opening round victory in the conference tournament and was awarded a 10-seed in the NCAA Tournament.

The Gophers were defeated in the opening round of the tournament but an overall record of 22-11 meant that Smith had led the University of Minnesota basketball team to consecutive 20-win seasons for the first time in school history. Also, it was just the ninth time in school history that the program reached the 20-win plateau.

In his first season at the "U", Smith took a team that had won nine games the season before to a 20-14 record. The Gophers finished sixth in the Big Ten Conference at 8-10 and were the sixth seed in the Big Ten Tournament. The 11-game improvement in the win column from the 2006-07 season is the largest season turnaround in school history and tied for the second-best turnaround in Division I in 2007-08. Also, the five-win improvement in conference play was the second biggest Big Ten turnaround in 2007-08.

Smith came to Minnesota with a reputation for winning at the highest level not matched by many coaches in the country. In his 20-year career, he has claimed a National Title (Kentucky in 1997-98), made four "Elite Eight" appearances, nine "Sweet Sixteen" appearances and has posted 17 straight 20-win seasons. His 407 wins entering the 2008-09 season was the sixth-best record of any head coach in their first 17 years in NCAA Division I basketball, joining such names as Roy Williams, Denny Crum, Jim Boeheim, Nolan Richardson and Jerry Tarkanian.

On five different occasions, Smith has been named a conference coach of the year (1994 & 95 in the Missouri Valley Conference and 1998, 2003 & 2005 in the SEC). He has also collected national coach of the year honors on three different occasions (1998, 2003 & 2005).

Not only has Smith had elite success, but he has prepared his players to have all the skills necessary to make the jump to the next level. Smith has sent 19 players to the NBA during his coaching career. That list includes 2008 NBA Champion Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics, current Philadelphia 76er Jodie Meeks, Houston Rocket Chuck Hayes, former 10-year veteran Shandon Anderson, Charlotte Bobcat Nazr Mohammed, Detroit Piston Tayshaun Prince, former eight-year veteran Scott Padgett, current Miami Heat Jamaal Magloire, New York Knick Kelenna Azubuike and Chicago Bulls' guard Keith Bogans. Other Smith players to reach the NBA include Shea Seals, Wayne Turner, Michael Ruffin, Erik Daniels, Randolph Morris, Gerald Fitch, Jeff Sheppard, Joe Crawford and Michael Bradley.

That opportunity to play in the NBA was particularly sweet for Rondo, Prince and Anderson, who all realized the dream of winning NBA titles. Rondo was the starting point guard for the Celtics as they made their championship run in 2008 while Prince was an integral part of the 2004 NBA Champion Detroit Pistons. Anderson was part of a veteran group of players on the Miami Heat who claimed the 2006 NBA Championship.

Nine of the players Smith has sent to the NBA heard their names called on draft day. Rondo, Magloire, Mohammed, Padgett and Prince were each first round draft picks, while Anderson, Bogans, Meeks and Ruffin each went in the second round. Prince was also a member of the United States basketball team that won a gold medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.
Bogans, Padgett and Prince all received All-American honors during their careers at Kentucky. Prince was also named the 2001 SEC Player of the Year, while Bogans claimed the honors in 2003. Seals was also named an All-American during the 1996-97 season for Tulsa.

Prior to arriving in Big Ten Country, Smith spent 10 seasons (1997-2007) in the Southeastern Conference as the head  coach at the University of Kentucky. During his tenure with the Wildcats, Smith led Kentucky to the 1998 National championship, four "Elite Eight" appearances, five SEC titles, five SEC Tournament titles and six "Sweet Sixteen" finishes.

Smith also led the Wildcats to an overall record of 263-83 record for a winning percentage of .760. In his 10 seasons with Kentucky, he averaged over 26 wins per season.

During that time, Smith was 120-40 in SEC play for a winning percentage of .750. His 120 wins were 14 more than any other program in the SEC had during Smith's decade of dominance at Kentucky. He also finished in sole possession or tied for first in the SEC East in seven of the 10 years he coached the Wildcats. Smith was 24-7 in SEC Tournament games for a winning percentage of .774.

He made history in the 2002-03 season when he led his Kentucky squad to a 16-0 record in SEC regular-season play and guided them to the SEC Tournament Championship. It marked the first time since 1952 that an SEC squad had completed both the conference regular season and tournament without a loss.

After Kentucky had won a National title in 1996 and finished runner up in 1997, Smith took over a squad that had lost six players over two seasons to the NBA and other key players to graduation. That season, he guided Kentucky to a 35-4 record and a National Title becoming the first coach since Cincinnati's Ed Jucker in 1961 to win a national title in the first year at a school. Smith also stamped the trademark toughness that his teams have been known for that season, guiding Kentucky to double-digit comebacks against Duke in the "Elite Eight" and Utah in the National Championship on the way to claiming the National title.

Smith's first year at Georgia was not as publicized, but no less remarkable than his first at Kentucky. In the 1995-96 season, his first at Georgia, Smith guided the Bulldogs to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in five years. Georgia defeated Clemson and No. 1 seeded Purdue, before falling to eventual National Runner-Up Syracuse on a last-second shot in the "Sweet Sixteen". It was the furthest Georgia had advanced in the NCAA Tournament since 1983. Smith also guided the Bulldogs to a 21-10 overall record and second place in the SEC East at 9-7.

In his first season at Tulsa, Smith led the Golden Hurricanes to a 17-13 overall record and brought them within three points of making their first NCAA Tournament since 1987, as Tulsa fell to SW Missouri State in the MVC Championship game 71-68.
Despite all of the great first impressions Smith has made in his career, none were grander then his first season at Kentucky. When Smith took the reins for the 1997-98 season, he inherited a balanced roster loaded with role players. An early loss to Arizona dampened expectations. Three losses at Rupp Arena followed.

Kentucky then rebounded to win the 1998 SEC Eastern Division title and the overall SEC crown. One week later, the Wildcats rolled through the SEC Tournament in Atlanta with decisive wins over Arkansas and South Carolina. "Tubby Ball," a system of solid defense and rebounding, combined with his chess-match style of coaching, was on display.

As a No. 2 seed in the 1998 NCAA Tournament's South Region, Kentucky cruised to the regional final to face top-seeded Duke with a third-consecutive trip to the Final Four hanging in the balance. The Blue Devils grabbed an 18-point lead in the first half and held a 17-point lead midway through the second half. When Smith went to a smaller lineup to counter the quicker Duke players, Kentucky stormed back to win, 86-84. The Wildcats then rallied from a five-point halftime deficit against Stanford in the national semifinals before winning in overtime, 86-85. Many pegged the contest as one of the most well coached games in the entire tournament.

Two days later, Utah led by 10, 41-31, at halftime of the National Championship. No team had ever come from behind by more than eight points in the championship game, until Smith's Wildcats pulled off the trick. The game plan wore out the Utes, and Tubby's "Comeback Cats" rallied to win, 78-69. Smith accomplished the unexpected. He led the Wildcats to their second title in three years.

To cap off his spectacular first year at Kentucky, Smith was named National Coach of the Year by Basketball Weekly and Co-SEC Coach of the Year by The Associated Press. The New York Athletic Club also presented Smith with the prestigious Winged Foot Award given to the coach of the national champions after each season. In the off-season, he picked up the Parent of the Year Award by Parent Magazine, the Victor Award by the Black Coaches Association (now the Black Coaches and Administrators) and was even voted the "Sexiest Male Public Figure" in a reader's vote in a local magazine. The honors culminated when he was named the Kentucky Sportsman of the Year for 1998 in a statewide media vote, edging out Kentucky quarterback Tim Couch.



Tubby Smith: Full- and Half-Court Pressure Defense System


After earning high acclaim by winning the national title in his first season, Smith guided a team comprised of eight freshmen and sophomores to within eight points of Kentucky's fourth consecutive Final Four appearance. Kentucky's triumphs in the 1998-99 season included six wins over teams ranked in the top 11 with victories over No. 2 Maryland and No. 4 Auburn, and 13 wins over teams in the NCAA Tournament. When March arrived, Smith's squad went to work, winning its seventh SEC Tournament title in eight years.

The 2001-02 Kentucky team began with a preseason No. 4 national ranking, but the Wildcats battled an inordinate amount of injuries and suspensions before being eliminated by Maryland, the eventual national champion, in the East Region Semifinals.

In 2003, a year in which Smith's coaching ranked among the very best in the 100 years of Kentucky basketball, the accolades arrived in a landslide. Smith snared all seven of the national honors recognized by the NCAA - AP, USBWA, Naismith, Basketball Times, The Sporting News, NABC, and CBS/Chevrolet. He became the first coach to sweep the list since Indiana's Bobby Knight captured all five in 1975. For good measure, Smith added honors from ESPN, Foxsports.com, the Black Coaches Association and College Sports Television. Kentucky established the nation's longest win streak in seven years as it rattled off 26 victories in a row, highlighted by a sweep of the SEC regular-season slate and tournament play (19-0). His Wildcats finished No. 1 in the final Associated Press poll and Smith swept SEC and National Coach of the Year honors. Kentucky ended the season in the Elite Eight with a 32-4 record, becoming just the 11th team in school history to top the 30-win mark.

In 2004, the Wildcats posted a 27-5 record while winning a sixth SEC Eastern Division title, another SEC Tournament championship and the school's ninth No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, all while spending nearly the entire season ranked among the nation's top 10. Smith's 2005 Kentucky squad won the school's 43rd SEC championship while advancing to the NCAA's Elite Eight. He guided the club, which finished 28-6 and ranked No. 5 in the final coaches' poll, to a 14-2 league record despite a roster that consisted primarily of underclassmen, including four freshmen among the top nine.

Smith also totaled 100 wins quicker than any other Kentucky coach except Hall of Famer Adolph Rupp, reaching the plateau in 130 games. In 2005, he joined Roy Williams, Nolan Richardson, Denny Crum and Jim Boeheim as the fifth head coach to win 365 games in 15 seasons or less.

Consistent success has become the standard throughout the career of Tubby Smith. In addition to taking the reigns from Rick Pitino and successfully navigating the Kentucky program throughout his 10 years, he also guided Tulsa and Georgia into highly successful programs.

Prior to Kentucky, he spent two seasons at Georgia, where he coached the Bulldogs to a 45-19 (70.3%) record and the first back-to-back seasons of 20 wins or more in school history.

Before achieving that success at Georgia, he coached four seasons at Tulsa, guiding the Golden Hurricane to Sweet 16 appearances his last two seasons.

The 1996-97 season at Georgia was one his best coaching efforts. After losing eight seniors and all five starters from the previous year's "Sweet Sixteen" team, Smith led the youthful Bulldogs to a 24-9 record, equaling the school record for most wins in a season. Georgia finished third in the SEC with a 10-6 record, and brought the Bulldogs to the SEC Tournament Championship game for the first time since 1988. Georgia finished the year ranked 17th in the final AP poll and earned a No. 3 seed in the Southeast Regional.

Before arriving in Georgia, Smith led Tulsa to a 79-43 (64.8%) record and won consecutive Missouri Valley Conference regular-season titles in 1994 and `95. When he took over the Golden Hurricane in 1991, he had just five returning players. With a quick injection of new talent, he completed his first season by coaching Tulsa to the MVC Championship Game after finishing fourth during the regular season. Following a 15-14 record in 1993, Tulsa won more than 20 games in each of Smith's last two seasons, captured first-place honors in the MVC with identical 15-3 marks and made consecutive trips to the Sweet 16. He earned the MVC's Coach of the Year award in both 1994 and `95. In his final year at Tulsa, Smith led the Golden Hurricane to a 24-8 record, marking what was then the third-highest victory total in school history, and a No. 15 ranking in the final CNN/USA Today poll.

Much of his success as a collegiate head coach has been measured by his teams' performances in the NCAA Tournament. Smith's 1994 Tulsa team upset UCLA in the tourney's first round before knocking off Oklahoma State. In `95, the Hurricane blew away Big-Ten power Illinois to open March Madness. His postseason success continued at Georgia where the Bulldogs defeated Clemson to open the `96 tournament before upsetting the top-seeded Purdue Boilermakers.

Considered by many as one of the nation's top coaches, Smith was selected to help coach the 2000 U.S. Olympic Basketball Team in Sydney. He served as an assistant to Houston Rockets coach Rudy Tomjanovich as the Americans withstood high expectations to capture the gold medal.

Coach Smith's national presence is apparent off-the-court as well, as he currently serves as the president of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and is also on the NCAA Committee to study basketball issues, joining Duke's Mike Krzyzewski and Oregon's Ernie Kent. Also, in June of 2000 Smith spoke at a Congressional hearing on the issue of gambling in college sports.

In 2009, Smith visited Washington D.C. to speak on behalf of the American Cancer Society and Coaches vs. Cancer. He also serves as a council member for Coaches vs. Cancer.

Smith's first impact on the Kentucky program came nine years before his national championship. When Pitino took over the Wildcats' program in `89, he sought an assistant coach to recruit the South, and one name continued to surface -- Tubby Smith. Smith left his assistant coaching position at South Carolina and joined Pitino's first staff, which had the dubious honor of rebuilding a UK program that had been rocked by NCAA probation and player defections.

With only eight scholarship student-athletes, none taller than 6-7, the staff molded the Wildcats into winners, exceeding expectations to record a 14-14 mark. The following year, with Smith promoted to associate head coach and Kentucky still on probation, the Wildcats earned a 22-6 record, a final ranking of ninth in the AP poll, and an SEC-best 14-4 record.

The members of those first two staffs that Pitino assembled formed an impressive group of future head coaches. Smith served alongside Ralph Willard - currently an assistant coach for Pitino at Louisville, Arizona State's Herb Sendek, Florida's Billy Donovan and Bernadette Mattox, former coach of the Kentucky women's basketball team and current assistant coach for the WNBA's Connecticut Sun, while the Wildcats began the rebuilding effort that culminated with two championships in three seasons.

Before coming to Kentucky in 1989, Smith was an assistant coach for George Felton (a former UK assistant - 1998-00) at South Carolina, where the Gamecocks notched a 53-35 record during his three years.

Prior to his stop in Columbia, Smith served as assistant coach at Virginia Commonwealth for seven years, including six seasons under J.D. Barnett. In those seven seasons, VCU registered a 144-64 record, won three Sun Belt Conference Championships and made five NCAA Tournament appearances. Under Barnett, Smith learned the principles of his ball-line defense, a defense that in three of his first four years at Kentucky held opponents to their lowest field goal percentages since 1962.

Smith began his coaching career at Great Mills High School in Great Mills, Md., where he was head coach for four years and compiled a 46-36 record. His next stop came at Hoke County High School in Raeford, N.C., where he recorded a 28-18 mark in two seasons.



Tubby Smith Introduced as 16th Texas Tech Men's Basketball Coach


A 1973 graduate of High Point (N.C.) College, Smith was an all-conference performer as a senior. He played under three different head coaches at High Point, including Barnett, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in health and physical education. The seventh all-time leading scorer in the history of High Point hoops, Smith was honored on Dec. 8, 2011 by his Alma Mater in an event coined "Tubby Smith Night". A Tubby Smith banner now hangs from the rafters at the Millis Center, joining Jerry Steele, HPU's all-time winningest coach, all-time leading scorer Gene Littles, career point-per-game leader Danny Sewell and women's all-time leading scorer Karen Curtis McConico as HPU greats with banners in the Millis Center.

Smith is the sixth of 17 children raised on a rural farm in southern Maryland. He and his wife Donna, have three sons, a daughter-in-law and granddaughter: Orlando (G.G.), who is an assistant coach at Loyola College in Maryland and his wife Lorie, who is a Pediatric Nephrologist and granddaughter Jayna Marie; Saul, who is an assistant coach on the Minnesota coaching staff; and Brian, an Ole Miss graduate,is presently working as an assistant athletic director, boys basketball coach and physical education teacher at Rancho Solano Private Schools in Peoria, AZ.

Smith has always been very active in the community. The Tubby Smith Foundation, which he established to assist underprivileged children, has raised over $1.5 million in the past five years. Tubby's Clubhouses revitalized community centers throughout Lexington by providing computers and training to hundreds of school-age children. In the summer of 2001, the United Way created a new award - The Donna and Tubby Smith Community Spirit Award. The Smith's were the inaugural recipient of the award for their generous contributions. In 2001, their $125,000 donation made them the highest individual contributor to the United Way in the state of Kentucky. The award is given annually to those who effectively advance mobilization or collaboration to achieve positive impact that benefits the Central Kentucky community at-large.

In September of 2011, Donna and Tubby Smith established the Minnesota Chapter of the Tubby Smith Foundation. The foundation was launched on Sept. 18 & 19 with the inaugural Tubby Smith Foundation Golf Classic. The proceeds from the foundation will help support charities in Minnesota that benefit underprivileged children on an as-needed basis. The Tubby Smith Foundation's mission is to be a resource for children and charities that benefit children in the State of Minnesota, who demonstrate a need for financial assistance to improve their physical, mental, educational or overall wellbeing.

TUBBY SMITH AT A GLANCE



Born June 30, 1951
Hometown Scotland, Md.
High School Great Mills (Md.) High School, 1969
College High Point (N.C.), 1973
Family Wife, Donna; Sons, G.G., Saul and Brian
Daughter-in-law, Lorie
Granddaughter, Jayna Marie
Parents Guffrie and Parthenia Smith
Playing Experience A four-year letterwinner (1970-73) at High Point, Smith was a
team captain as a senior and co-captain as a junior.
• All-Carolina Conference selection




COLLEGIATE COACHING EXPERIENCE

1979-86 Assistant Coach Virginia Commonwealth
1986-89 Assistant Coach South Carolina
1989-91 Assistant Coach Kentucky
1991-95 Head Coach Tulsa
1995-97 Head Coach Georgia
1997-2007 Head Coach Kentucky
2007-pres. Head Coach Minnesota

COACHING RECORD

1991-92 Tulsa 17-13
1992-93 Tulsa 15-14
1993-94 Tulsa 23-8 NCAA Sweet 16
1994-95 Tulsa 24-8 NCAA Sweet 16
4 seasons

79-43 (.648)
1995-96 Georgia 21-10 NCAA Sweet 16
1996-97 Georgia 24-9 NCAA First Round
2 seasons

45-19 (.703)

1997-98 Kentucky 35-4 NCAA Champions
1998-99 Kentucky 28-9 NCAA Elite Eight
1999-2000 Kentucky 23-10 NCAA Second Round
2000-01 Kentucky 24-10 NCAA Sweet 16
2001-02 Kentucky 22-10 NCAA Sweet 16
2002-03 Kentucky 32-4 NCAA Elite Eight
2003-04 Kentucky 27-5 NCAA Second Round
2004-05 Kentucky 28-6 NCAA Elite Eight
2005-06 Kentucky 22-13 NCAA Second Round
2006-07 Kentucky 22-12 NCAA Second Round

10 seasons

263-83 (.760)

2007-08 Minnesota 20-14 NIT First Round
2008-09 Minnesota 22-11 NCAA First Round
2009-10 Minnesota 21-14 NCAA First Round
2010-11 Minnesota 17-14
2011-12 Minnesota 23-15 NIT Runnerup
5 seasons 103-68 (.602)
21 seasons
Career
490-213 (.697)

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Praises for ' All Access Texas Tech Basketball Practice '
5-Pack DVD with Tubby Smith

"... I like the clinic style added to this All Access. You see the practice and the drill, but even better you hear just a little on why they do the drill. ..."
- Jay Martin, SouthLake Christian Academy (NC) Varsity HS & MS Girls Coach

"... The thing that sticks out with me is Tubby Smith's consistency over his 10 years,” said Tony Neely, a UK media relations director who participated in the voting. “Every year we won a lot of games. ..."
- Tony Neely, UK Media Relations Director

"... Tubby has had a long and distinguished career and we feel it's time for a fresh set of eyes for our student-athletes and our program in general ..."
- Norwood Teague, UCLA Athletic Director

"... In NCAA Tournament play, Smith finished his career at UK with the sixth-best winning percentage (.690) among active coaches with a sterling 29-13 record, including 23-9 while with the Wildcats. Along with the national title, he guided UK to three additional Elite Eight appearances. In SEC Tournament action, he owned a 20-5 mark in winning five of the events. Smith coached UK to 22 or more victories in all 10 seasons at the helm. ..."
-Drew Pasaporte, Nation Blue


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« Reply #26 on: Sep 16, 2013, 12:31:00 AM »

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Forrest Larson: Simplified Run & Jump Press
Forrest Larson:
Simplified Run & Jump Press


Forrest Larson has coached for 28 years on the high school level in the state of Wisconsin. He was recently awarded the prestigious Steven L. Randall Award by the Wisconsin Basketball Coach’s Association for integrity, passion and professionalism in teaching and coaching. Next October he will be inducted into the Wisconsin Basketball Coach’s Hall of Fame.

Coach Larson has spoke at over 150 basketball camps and clinics in 15 different states. He has produced three well-known offensive skills videos: Take It To The Rim, 100 Trips -- A Full-Court Workout, and Getting Better with the Basketball.
He is highly involved and directs the Take It To The Rim Camps in the Midwest with a tremendous amount of energy and enthusiasm. ......



• Increase the pace, speed of the game.
• Make conditioning a factor in the game.
   By pressing and running the entire game, the opponent
   often becomes fatigued by the 4th quarter.
   Our practices are up-tempo and our players become well-conditioned.
• The run and jump makes it more difficult for our opponent
   to prepare for us, having to dedicate a fair amount of their practice time
   on beating our press.
• The run and jump press helps create turnovers, steals,
   and easy baskets in transition.



with Coach Forrest Larson
Lake Geneva Badger High School - Wisconsin Head Coach

Coach Forrest Larson teaches the run and jump press with 10 drills that make the defense easy to teach.

The basis of the run and jump is traping the ball down the sideline and jump-switching in the middle.

Coach Larson emphasizes the teamwork involved in executing this man-to-man press.

The defense is taught with drill work for the different methods of defending and attacking the inbounds pass to the techniques, strategies, and rules used to defend the ball all the way down the floor. The defense will force your opponent to play at an uncomfortable tempo.

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Coach Larson's reasons to use the run and jump press:

• Increase the pace, speed of the game.
• Make conditioning a factor in the game.
   By pressing and running the entire game, the opponent
   often becomes fatigued by the 4th quarter.
   Our practices are up-tempo and our players become well-conditioned.
• The run and jump makes it more difficult for our opponent
   to prepare for us, having to dedicate a fair amount of their practice time
   on beating our press.
• The run and jump press helps create turnovers, steals,
   and easy baskets in transition.



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Chapters:

• Reasons for Press
• Pick Up Points
• Ball Pressure
• Never Behind Line of Ball • Sprint Mentality
• Floor Positioning
• Drills
• Conclusion


Forrest Larson: Simplified Run & Jump Press



About the Author: Forrest Larson

Forrest Larson has coached for 28 years on the high school level in the state of Wisconsin. He was recently awarded the prestigious Steven L. Randall Award by the Wisconsin Basketball Coach’s Association for integrity, passion and professionalism in teaching and coaching. Next October he will be inducted into the Wisconsin Basketball Coach’s Hall of Fame.

  His 2007-2008 Badger team qualified for the state tournament and won Sectional, Regional and Lakeshore Conference championships. Previous to coaching at Lake Geneva Badger, Larson spent 15 years coaching in Ladysmith, Wisconsin, being named the 2003 Wisconsin High School Coach of the Year.

  Under Larson, Ladysmith made four trips to the state tournament winning the State Championship in 2003 and finishing second in 2002 and 1997. His teams won Heart of the North Conference Championships in ’92, ’94, ’95, ’97, ’02 and 2003. The success of those teams was been based on their offensive perimeter skills.

  Coach Larson has spoke at over 150 basketball camps and clinics in 15 different states. He has produced three well-known offensive skills videos: Take It To The Rim, 100 Trips -- A Full-Court Workout, and Getting Better with the Basketball. He is highly involved and directs the Take It To The Rim Camps in the Midwest with a tremendous amount of energy and enthusiasm.




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"...  Forrest Larson is proof that you can be a great teacher of the game no matter where you are.  I would send my son or daughter to the Take It To The Rim Basketball Camp in a New York minute! ..."
Dick Bennett
Head Basketball Coach - Washington State University


"... At the Take It To The Rim Basketball Camp, you will use many of the same drills that we use in our own individual instruction program.  The Take It To The Rim Basketball Camp is one of the best instructional and skill development camps in the country.  If you are serious about putting in the time and effort that it takes to become a better basketball player; I would strongly recommend that the Take It To The Rim Basketball Camp be a part of your summer schedule. ..."
Billy Donovan
Head Basketball Coach - University of Florida


"... Forrest Larson is one of the best I have ever seen working with young basketball players, improving their offensive skills.  Our staff and players always look forward to inviting him to the Iowa Basketball Camps each summer. ..."
Steve Alford
Head Basketball Coach - University of Iowa


“... Coach Larson does an outstanding job of teaching players how to build an effective ball handling program. Motivation, goal setting, and intense drills are part of a productive package. He’s one of the best teachers I’ve ever seen. ...”
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• Create quality workouts rather than quantity workouts

• Challenge your players with fast-moving ball handling and shooting drills

• Discover simple, effective drills players can use at home on their own or in the gym with a partner

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Head Coach Frank Haith begins his third season at the University of Missouri after leading the Tigers to back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances and transitioning the program into its new home, the Southeastern Conference.

The winningest coach at Missouri through his first two seasons (53-16, .768), Haith has made an immediate impact at Mizzou, not only with his club's efforts on the hardwood, but his commitment to the program's academic advancement and his support of the Columbia community.

Last year en route to Mizzou's fifth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament, Haith's Tigers enjoyed a record-breaking team cumulative GPA of 3.06 and had three players, including starters Jabari Brown and Laurence Bowers, named to the SEC Winter Honor Roll. Bowers later became the first-ever Missouri Basketball player to finish his playing career with a Master's degree and Haith's time at Mizzou has resulted in 9-of-10 seniors earning degrees. ......

• See three up-tempo, competitive practices featuring
   2012 AP National Coach of the Year Frank Haith
• Pick up a variety of defensive drills emphasizing individual, team,
   and transition defense
• Create easy shots from dead-ball situations with these effective
   sideline out of bounds plays
• Run a fast-paced offense based on set plays in your transition offense



with Frank Haith, University of Missouri Head Coach; 2012 AP Coach of the Year,
2012 Henry Iba Award, 2012 AP Big 12 Coach of the Year,
2012 Big 12 Tournament Champions, 3x NCAA Tournament Appearances,
4x NIT Tournament Appearances

2012 AP Coach of the Year Frank Haith gives you an inside look at how the Tigers have created a unique up-tempo style of play that attacks their opponents in the open court. Coach Haith takes you through three early season practices where they spend a lot of time teaching their players an attacking up tempo style of play. He starts teaching his up tempo style of play through a series of transition sets and press attack options.

Disc 1:

• Learn seven different transition sets that Missouri uses to attack
   their opponents in the open court
• Get four press attack options where Missouri looks to push the ball
   and create offensive advantages in the half court
   after breaking any press defense
• Learn drills that Missouri uses to build their half court defense
   and improve their communication on a daily basis





Coach Haith uses full court drills and 5-on-0 situations to build and perfect their up tempo style of play.
Haith emphasizes making a good pass and sprinting end to end to beat their opponents down the floor.
He uses 5-on-5 full court situations to build both offensive and defensive transition.

Disc 2:

• Get an inside look at how the Missouri Coaching staff prepares
   their practices to improve their communication, offensive spacing,
   and zone attack as the season quickly approaches
• Learn how to use video from practice sessions to make players understand
   their thinking and action on the court in order to improve
   their decision making skills and basketball IQ
• Learn to communicate and react to ball screens by communicating calls
   between post players and guards




Coach Haith dives into his second practice with an in-depth look at how the Missouri staff puts together their zone offense quick hitting sets as opponents try to take their inside presence.

The staff discuss the importance of perfecting your passing game, especially in transition to make players flow. Haith and his staff use 5-on-0, 5-on-3, 3-on-0, and 5-on-5 situations to improve and teach spacing on the offensive end of the floor and continue to build their attacking transition offense. After shooting and fast break drills they run the players through defense.

They work through closeouts, 1-on-1 drills, ball screens, transition defense, and shell drills. The practice ends with position shooting drills and dummy offense 5-on-0.

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Disc 3:

• Build a strength foundation that will help improve your players
   mobility, agility, and strength using players body as resistance
• See a five possession series were players build their knowledge of
   out of bounds, zone offense, and man-to-man sets
• Guard and post breakdown drills developing cutting, screening,
   and scoring actions within Missouri's offensive system




Coach Haith continues to lay the foundation for their half court offensive system developing spacing and cutting within their half-court offense. Haith puts everything together with Five Possession game.

He uses 5-on-5 half court zone offense, side and baseline out of bounds, and half court man to man sets. Missouri's strength and conditioning staff then take you through a dynamic weight lifting and stretching session early in the season.

You get the opportunity to pick up new exercises your players can do only using their body weight to strengthen their core and increase flexibility.

Disc 4:

• Learn seven different ways to defend ball screen action
• Get a 4-on-4 shell drill teaching how to defend pin downs/flares,
   staggers, and continuous corss screen and pin down action
• Progressive defensive transition drill that focuses on communication
   and protecting the basket




In his third and final practice session, Coach Haith places a huge emphasis on the defensive end of the floor. He uses a competitive build up transition game to teach transition defense.

In order to teach half court defense and place an emphasis on shrinking the floor your opponents have to play on, he spends time breaking down the Missouri defensive fundamentals.

In Shell Drill, Haith focuses on defending pins and flares, staggers, and continuous cross screens and pin downs. They then mix it up with some positional shooting with the guards working on the drive and kick and post players with the high-low shots.
If that wasn't enough, Haith and his staff teach you seven different ways to defend ball screens.

This All Access DVD is a must have for any level of coach that is looking to improve basketball IQ and learn to implement Missouri's attacking transition offense!

427 minutes ~ 4 DVDs ~ NEW on July 8th, 2013 !


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About the Author: Frank Haith

Frank Haith: All Access University of Missouri Basketball Practice 4-Pack DVD with Frank Haith
Head Coach Frank Haith begins his third season at the University of Missouri after leading the Tigers to back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances and transitioning the program into its new home, the Southeastern Conference.

The winningest coach at Missouri through his first two seasons (53-16, .768), Haith has made an immediate impact at Mizzou, not only with his club's efforts on the hardwood, but his commitment to the program's academic advancement and his support of the Columbia community.

Last year en route to Mizzou's fifth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament, Haith's Tigers enjoyed a record-breaking team cumulative GPA of 3.06 and had three players, including starters Jabari Brown and Laurence Bowers, named to the SEC Winter Honor Roll. Bowers later became the first-ever Missouri Basketball player to finish his playing career with a Master's degree and Haith's time at Mizzou has resulted in 9-of-10 seniors earning degrees.

In the community, Haith has been an active fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club of Columbia and serves on the Coaches vs. Cancer leadership council. Coaches vs. Cancer was of course co-founded by Mizzou legend Norm Stewart. Haith was also a 2012 recipient of the Key to the City of St. Louis from Mayor Francis Slay and was honored by his alma mater, Elon, as the 2012 Eugene Perry Distinguished Alumnus, and was tapped into the Mizzou Omicron Delta Kappa leadership society for his efforts mentoring student-athletes

While Haith has shown an incredible ability to be well-rounded outside of basketball, it has been his team's play on the court that has led to record-breaking attendance marks at Mizzou Arena the last two seasons. Last year he became the fastest Tiger head coach to 50 wins and has worked diligently to revamp a roster that has completely transformed in just two years.

Last season Missouri was the lone college basketball program to advance to NCAA Tournament play with just one returning starter and Haith will look to duplicate that feat once more this season with just one starter, Jabari Brown, back from last year's 23-11 campaign.

"I was really proud of that team last year because we had so many new parts, including on our coaching staff, but those who know me understand I am never satisfied and always want to achieve more," Haith said. "We are going to continue to develop a program that our fans and our state can identify with. We want this program to have that same blue-collar mentality that Coach Stewart brought and I feel like that's starting to take shape."

During last season's NCAA Tournament run Missouri enjoyed its second undefeated season in Mizzou Arena history, going 17-0 at home with wins over a pair of nationally-ranked opponents, including No. 5 Florida. In fact under Haith Missouri is an outstanding 9-4 vs. Top 25 teams including a 5-3 mark vs. the Top 10.

That performance came on the heels of a 30-5 inaugural season in Columbia.

Picked fourth in the Big 12 Conference pre-season coaches' poll, Missouri won a school-record 14 league games, and finished second in the conference standings with a 14-4 mark. The Tigers won the school's final Big 12 Tournament Championship with a 3-0 run in Kansas City, before advancing to the NCAA Tournament.

With that record-setting first season in the books, Haith received recognition in the form of numerous coaching accolades, including the prestegious Henry Iba National Coach of the Year honor, as well as the Associated Press National Coach of the Year. He was also named the Big 12 Coach of the Year and was the U.S. Basketball Writers Association District VI Coach of the Year. As a first-year coach, Haith guided his team to more regular season wins than any other Mizzou coach before him and became the first Tiger head coach since 1920-21 to win his first 14 games.

"It has been a special two years here and the future is only going to get brighter," Haith said. "Anytime you take over a program there is a process you need to follow to build a recruiting base, build your brand and most importantly, build the support of your fans. That has taken place here quickly and I'm really excited about the long-term future of Mizzou Basketball."

The 27-year coaching veteran was hired at Missouri on April 5, 2011, and immediately appreciated the Tiger's passionate fan base. The Burlington, N.C., native came from the University of Miami where he was not only forced to instill a winning mentality to his players and supporters, but do it at a university void of any lengthy basketball tradition.



Frank Haith Introduced as Missouri Basketball Coach


"Being the head coach at the University of Missouri is such an honor and it's something that has become more and more meaningful during our time here," Haith said. "Obviously the passionate fan base is what grabbed my attention first, but the support of the administration, the support of our community and the support of our students is second to none.

"We have the complete package here and that's what sets us apart in college basketball. We have incredible facilities, we have a national brand when we go out on the road and Missouri has shown, time and time again, it supports its teams with vigor, but also in a first-class manner."

Haith's task at the University of Miami was monumental, but his process of building a well-rounded program certainly helped turn around the fortunes of the Hurricanes last season, which had the most experienced team in the country with a host of fifth-year and sixth-year seniors, each recruited by Haith.

In his first of seven seasons as the head coach, Haith guided the `Canes to seven ACC victories (despite being picked last) and qualified for postseason play. He was recognized by being named a Naismith National Coach of the Year finalist and NABC District 6 Coach of the Year.

Miami returned to postseason play the following year. The Hurricanes won 18 more games and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NIT, recording the program's first postseason wins since 2000. Over his final four seasons, Haith's Miami squad averaged 21 wins per season, with four consecutive postseason trips.

Postseason success was a theme under Haith. His teams won six total games in the NCAA and National Invitation tournaments, including a memorable run to the second round of the Big Dance in 2008. The `Canes went 23-11 in Haith's fourth season, just one win shy of the school record and he was named a finalist for ACC Coach of the Year and the Skip Prosser Man of the Year honors.

And it's not just on the hardwood where Haith has fueled incredible growth amongst his players. During his time at both Missouri and Miami his players were visible in the community and Haith has seen an incredible 31-of-33 seniors to play for him walked across the stage to receive a diploma.

"That's my proudest moment," Haith said. "To know we churn out young men, ready to make positive contributions in the community, ready to be great fathers and husbands. That's what coaching at the college level is all about."

It's not an accident Frank Haith was hired as the 17th basketball coach at Mizzou. The grind from student-assistant at Elon College to being named the National Recruiter of the Year by Rivals.com doesn't just happen without a dedication to family, career and your student-athletes.

Haith paid his own way through Elon and graduated in 1988. He helped the Fighting Christians twice win 20 games and earned the opportunity to cut his teeth at perennial power Wake Forest the following year as a graduate assistant. His first full-time coaching position at Division I came at UNC-Wilmington from 1990-92 and he laid the foundation for his job at Missouri with a three-year stop at Texas A&M from 1992-95, which included helping the Aggies reach postseason play in 1994.

A remarkable 21-win campaign during his one season at Penn State (1995-96) allowed the Nittany Lions to reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 31 years, and he returned to Texas A&M and the Big 12 Conference for one season as the Aggies' Associate Head Coach in 1996-97 before returning to Wake Forest from 1997-98. The Demon Deacons reached postseason play each of his four years in Winston-Salem, including winning the NIT Championship in 2000 and reaching NCAA Tournament play in 2001.

Haith parlayed that success at Wake Forest into an opportunity at the University of Texas. Coaching alongside friend and mentor Rick Barnes, Haith was a part of (at the time) the winningest three-year stretch in Texas Basketball history. The Longhorns averaged better than 24 wins per season and never failed to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. The Longhorns advanced to the Final Four in 2003 and Haith worked magic on the recruiting trail, ushering four McDonald's All-Americans to Austin, including Brad Buckman (2002), LaMarcus Aldridge (2004), Daniel Gibson (2004) and Michael Williams (2004).

Aldridge and Gibson are now mainstays in the NBA, with Aldridge being drafted No. 2 overall to the Chicago Bulls. The Class was rated No. 2 nationally by Rivals.com and Haith was the nation's hottest young coach. So began the daunting reclamation project at Miami, which concluded with an average of 21 wins over his last four years, national rankings in three of his final four campaigns and three of the school's six (all-time) 20-win ledgers.

One of 10 siblings, family will always be first for Frank Haith, and his student-athletes are part of that family. A proud father and husband, Frank and his wife Pam are the parents of two children, Corey and Brianna and his son is entering his second year with the Mizzou program this season.

Frank and Pam met in high school, began dating a short time after and have been together for 29 years. The Haith family is an active participant in its home communities and spearheaded fund-raising and renovation efforts for Morningside Park in Elon, N.C., in the neighborhood in which Haith grew up. In Columbia, the family is actively involved with the Boys & Girls Club of the Columbia Area, as well as a member of Coaches vs. Cancer on a national level.
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Frank Haith College Head Coaching Record

Frank Haith Career Head Coaching Record
YearRecordPostseason
2004-05 16-13 NIT
2005-06 18-16 NIT Quarterfinals
2006-07 12-20
2007-08 23-11 NCAA Second Round
2008-09 19-13 NIT Second Round
2009-10 20-13
2010-11 21-15 NIT Second Round
2011-12 30-5 NCAA Second Round
2012-13 23-11 NCAA Second Round
Career 182-117 Fastest Coach To 50 Wins at Mizzou

Career Coaching Experience
University of Texas
YearRecordTitlePostseason
2003-04 25-8 Associate Head Coach NCAA Sweet 16
2002-03 26-7 Assistant Coach NCAA Final Four
2001-02 22-12 Assistant Coach NCAA Sweet 16
3 years 73-27
Wake Forest
2000-01 19-11 Assistant Coach NCAA
1999-2000 22-14 Assistant Coach NIT Champions
1998-99 17-14 Assistant Coach NIT Second Round
1997-98 12-16 Assistant Coach NIT Second Round
4 years 70-55
Texas A&M
1996-97 9-18 Associate Head Coach
Penn State
1995-96 21-7 Assistant Coach NCAA
Texas A&M
1994-95 14-16 Assistant Coach
1993-94 19-11 Assistant Coach NIT
1992-93 10-17 Assistant Coach
3 years 43-44
UNC-Wilmington
1991-92 13-15 Assistant Coach
1990-91 11-17 Assistant Coach
2 years 24-32
Wake Forest
1989-90 12-16 Grad. Assistant Coach
Elon College
1988-89 11-19 Assistant Coach
1987-88 20-11 Assistant Coach
1986-87 20-11 Assistant Coach
3 years 51-41

Praises for ' All Access University of Missouri
Basketball Practice ' 4-Pack DVD with Frank Haith


"... I have known Frank Haith for a long time, and I truly believe he is one of the best coaches in the business. Missouri just made a great hire. Frank is one of the primary people responsible for the rise of our program here at Texas. He has all the skills necessary to build a successful program at the highest level ... not just one or two good teams, but a program. If there's one thing that I've always appreciated and admired about Frank, it is his confidence. No matter the situation, he knows he can be successful. Most important, Frank will be a great representative for The University of Missouri. He is a quality person, and the Missouri fans are truly going to love his wife, Pam, their son, Corey, and their daughter, Brianna. Frank is a great husband and father and will run the Missouri Basketball program with integrity and character. ..."
- Rick Barnes, University of Texas

"... Frank is as good of a competitor and person as I've coached against in my 31 seasons in the ACC. He's a great friend who did a fantastic job as the head coach at Miami. Missouri is lucky to have Frank represent the university. I am extremely happy for Frank and know that he will do a terrific job there. ..."
- Mike Krzyzewski, Duke University

"... Frank Haith is a really good young coach that knows the Big 12 and really understands the game. He is of high character, and does things the right way. Missouri hired a good man, and a good coach in Frank. I've been an admirer of his for a long time. ..."
-Jay Bilas, ESPN Basketball Analyst




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"... Frank Haith exudes class. He is a great hire for Missouri Basketball because he is the perfect combination of outstanding role model for young student-athletes and excellent basketball coach. I am sure that he is going to pick up where Mike Anderson left off in building Missouri back into one of the top basketball programs in college basketball. ..."
- Fran Fraschilla, ESPN Basketball Analyst


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Tim Floyd: All Access UTEP Basketball Practice 5-Pack DVD with Tim Floyd
Tim Floyd:
All Access UTEP Basketball Practice
5-Pack DVD with Tim Floyd


Tim Floyd (born February 25, 1954) is an American college basketball coach and the current head coach of the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) Miners men's basketball team. He is also a former head coach of several teams in both the NCAA and the NBA, most recently the University of Southern California men's college basketball team. Floyd is also known as the coach of the Chicago Bulls after Phil Jackson, Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman left the team.
Born in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Floyd is a 1977 graduate of Louisiana Tech University where he earned a bachelor's of science degree in health and physical education. He originally was a walk-on player at the University of Southern Mississippi, but he transferred to Louisiana Tech and was a scholarship player
there. ......

• Get a detailed look at how you can gear your practices toward
   defending your opponent's strengths and attacking their weaknesses offensively
• Learn how to stop a dominant post player with an undersized team
• Learn how to teach and incorporate the ball screen and off-ball screen action within your offense
• Features former NBA coach and current UTEP coach Tim Floyd (350+ wins as a head coach)



with Tim Floyd, University of Texas at El Paso Head Coach; 350+ career wins, Coach Floyd has won championships in four different conferences
(Pac-10, Big 8, Sun Belt, American South), former Chicago Bulls
and New Orleans Hornets head coach

University of Texas at El Paso coach Tim Floyd provides access to three days of in-season practice sessions as they prepare for an upcoming game during the 2012-2013 season.

Coach Floyd provides you with a detailed look at how they gear their practices toward defending their opponent's strengths and attacking their weaknesses offensively. You will also go inside a film session where they dissect their opponent's tendencies.

This DVD set is one of the best of the All-Access series. You will watch Floyd and his staff plan a practice, see their offensive and defensive drills in whole and in part, and listen in as Floyd teaches his way through each practice.




PRACTICE BREAKDOWNS

Practice 1

Coach Floyd demonstrates how the Miners work daily to improve their defensive transition. You will get a look at the various drills that build from 5-on-2 to 5-on-5 getting back in transition and placing an emphasis on stopping the ball and influencing the first pass out.

  He utilizes his time by working on their "32" half-court offense at the same time forcing his players to sprint back after a make or a missed shot. During the first practice, you get a detailed look at how the Miners work to perfect their "32" motion offense along with transitioning from a set play to half-court offense quickly to beat the shot clock.

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Practice 2

You will learn how to prepare a perfect practice as you watch Coach Floyd lead his staff through a detailed practice planning session. Floyd's staff works to make each drill meaningful and purpose-driven as they prepare for their upcoming game against UNLV. Once on the floor, you will be able to pick up new quick hitting strikes that include post and guard pick-and-roll actions, including several that you can implement into your offensive system right away.

Floyd demonstrates how the Miners will defend strong post players when they catch inside by showing you their various traps, triangle and 2, and box and one defense. Finally, you get a great look at some valuable under the basket Out of Bounds plays that could help any team score an easy bucket.

Practice 3

Coach Floyd finishes his all access practice with an in-depth practice planning and scouting session. Before taking the floor, you get an hour of in-depth footage on how the Miners plan to take away the strong inside game of their next opponent.

Coach Floyd and his staff put together a challenging practice in order to prepare their players for a battle against a top rated opponent. As they prepare for the upset, you will see how Coach Floyd wants to perfect their "32" Half Court Offense into their "Green" Dribble Penetration Offense late in the shot clock.

Watch as Floyd puts his players through a competitive game to teach his players how to react during any given situation. You get an in-depth look at how to the Miners use their Red and Brown defenses to trap with post players and with situational players. He provides a look at how to break pressure defenses in the full court and half court. You will also pick up a few new quick hitting actions to beat a pressuring half-court zone defense.

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About the Author: Tim Floyd

Tim Floyd: All Access UTEP Basketball Practice 5-Pack DVD with Tim Floyd
Tim Floyd was named UTEP's 18th men's basketball head coach on March 30, 2010 -- returning to the place where he landed his first full-time coaching position nearly 30 years earlier.

Floyd, an assistant coach at UTEP from 1978-86, has posted a 368-207 record in 18 seasons as a college head coach. His teams have made eight NCAA Tournament appearances and four trips to the NIT. Floyd's previous collegiate coaching stops include Idaho (1986-88), New Orleans (1988-94), Iowa State (1994-98) and USC (2005-09).

Floyd led Iowa State and USC to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA Tournament in 1997 and 2007 respectively, and New Orleans advanced three rounds in the NIT in 1990. Floyd's teams have also won three conference tournaments (New Orleans 1990, Iowa State 1996, USC 2009), while posting eleven 20-win seasons.

Floyd was also a head coach in the National Basketball Association for five seasons with the Chicago Bulls (1998-2002) and New Orleans Hornets (2003-04). He led a major rebuilding effort with the Bulls following the departure of coach Phil Jackson, Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. Floyd directed the Hornets to the 2004 NBA playoffs, where they lost to Miami in a seven-game first round series.

Floyd directed the 2011-12 Miners, a team with only one senior (Gabriel McCulley) and seven freshmen, to 15 wins.  UTEP beat the top three teams in Conference USA (Memphis, Southern Miss, Tulsa), as well as NCAA Tournament participant NM State.  The Miners also knocked off Clemson and Auburn at the Diamond Head Classic in Honolulu.

Despite battling a severe lack of experience and enduring injuries to big men Cedrick Lang and Malcolm Moore, the Miners stood 7-6 in C-USA play before dropping their final three league games.  Six of UTEP's nine C-USA losses came by nine points or less, and the Miners fell 11 points shy of going 10-6 in league play.

Three of UTEP's top four scorers were underclassmen, including Julian Washburn, who earned a spot on the Conference USA All-Freshman Team while averaging 11.2 points per game.  Washburn was a four-time C-USA Freshman of the Week over the course of the season.

In his first season as UTEP's head coach, Floyd orchestrated a 25-10 mark, a berth in the Conference USA Tournament title game and the school's first NIT bid in five years. The Miners tied for second place in the C-USA standings with an 11-5 mark and lost in triple overtime at eventual regular season champion UAB. UTEP's backcourt featured a pair of All-Conference players in Randy Culpepper (19.3 ppg) and Julyan Stone, who concluded his career as the league leader with 714 career assists.

While severely depleted in the frontcourt following the departures of Derrick Caracter and Arnett Moultrie, the Miners didn't miss much of a beat in following up their 2009-10 NCAA Tournament season. UTEP posted a 19-3 mark at home, its most victories in the Haskins Center in 25 years, including a 74-47 triumph over C-USA Tournament champion Memphis.

Prior to returning to the Sun City, Floyd was an assistant coach with the New Orleans Hornets after setting school records by leading USC to three straight 20-win seasons and three consecutive NCAA Tournaments from 2007-09. Floyd posted 85 wins at USC, more than any other Trojan coach in a four-year period. He recorded his 300th college coaching victory on Feb. 7, 2008 at Washington. USC's 25 wins during the 2006-07 season were a school record.

Not only does Floyd have a reputation for being one of the top coaches in college basketball, but he has excelled at player development as well.  Seventeen players have made it to the NBA in Floyd's 18 seasons as a college head coach, including three who did not play high school basketball.

Floyd began his coaching career as a student assistant at his alma mater, Louisiana Tech, in 1977 before moving on to UTEP where he was a part of the Miners' run to three NCAA Tournaments (1984-86) and three NITs (1980-81, 1983). While serving as UTEP's primary recruiter, Floyd put together classes of players that won five straight Western Athletic Conference titles (1983-87) and appeared in seven consecutive NCAA tournaments (1984-90).

In his first season as a college head coach at Idaho (1986-87), Floyd orchestrated a 16-14 record with a team coming off three straight last place finishes in the Big Sky Conference. Floyd was 35-25 in two seasons with the Vandals before moving to the University of New Orleans, where he engineered five postseason tournament appearances in six seasons. UNO averaged 21 victories under Floyd, who became one of just four NCAA Division I coaches to win four conference championships in their first five years at a school. He was twice named his conference's Coach of the Year at New Orleans (American South in 1989 and Sun Belt in 1993).

He compiled an 81-47 mark at Iowa State, becoming the only Cyclone coach to post three consecutive 20-win seasons and lead the team to three straight NCAA Tournament first round victories. Three of his teams ended the season ranked in the nation's top 20, including the 1997 squad that rose to as high as fourth in the country. ISU won a then-school record 24 games in his second season (1995-96). He was tabbed the Big Eight Coach of the Year and was runner-up for AP National Coach of the Year after leading the Cyclones to their first-ever Big Eight Tournament championship.  In September of 2011, Floyd was inducted into the Iowa State Hall of Fame.

A native of Hattiesburg, Miss., Floyd spent two seasons as a walk-on at Southern Miss before earning a scholarship at Louisiana Tech. He received his bachelor's degree in health and physical education from Louisiana Tech in 1977. Growing up, Floyd worked summers for the New Orleans Saints, who held their training camp in Hattiesburg at the time.

Floyd and his wife, Beverly, have a daughter, Shannon. His daughter had a brief role and Floyd served as the basketball advisor for the 2006 movie Glory Road, which chronicles UTEP's (then known as Texas Western College) drive to the historic 1966 national title.

Floyd's late father, Lee, was a member of UTEP's (then known as the College of Mines and Mettalurgy) 1941 Border Conference championship team and was also a head basketball coach at the college level. Lee Floyd is the second-winningest coach in Southern Miss history, fashioning a mark of 246-148 from 1949-54 and 1962-71.


Tim Floyd's Basketball Coaching Philosophy



Tim Floyd College Head Coaching Record

Season School Overall Conference Conference Finish/Postseason
1986-87 Idaho 16-14 5-9 t5th Big Sky
1987-88 Idaho 19-11 11-5 2nd Big Sky
1988-89 New Orleans 19-11 7-3 1st American South; NIT first round
1989-90 New Orleans 21-11 8-2 t1st ASC; ASC Tournament Champs; NIT quarterfinals
1990-91 New Orleans 23-8 9-3 t1st ASC; NCAA first round
1991-92 New Orleans 18-14 9-7 7th Sun Belt
1992-93 New Orleans 26-4 18-0 1st SBC; 2nd SBC Tournament; NCAA first round
1993-94 New Orleans 20-10 12-6 3rd SBC; NIT second round
1994-95 Iowa State 23-11 6-8 5th Big Eight; 2nd Big Eight Tournament; NCAA second round
1995-96 Iowa State 24-9 9-5 2nd Big Eight; Big Eight Tournament Champs; NCAA second round
1996-97 Iowa State 22-9 10-6 t3rd Big Eight; NCAA Sweet 16
1997-98 Iowa State 12-18 5-11 11th Big Eight
2005-06 USC 17-13 8-10 6th Pac-10
2006-07 USC 25-12 11-7 t3rd Pac-10; 2nd Pac-10 Tournament; NCAA Sweet 16
2007-08 USC 21-12 11-7 t3rd Pac-10; Pac-10 Tournament semifinals; NCAA first round
2008-09 USC 22-13 9-9 t5th Pac-10; Pac-10 Tournament Champs; NCAA second round
2010-11 UTEP 25-10 11-5 t2nd C-USA; 2nd C-USA Tournament; NIT first round
2011-12 UTEP 15-17 7-9 t8th C-USA
2012-13 UTEP 18-14 10-6 3rd C-USA
Totals 386-221 176-118

Tim Floyd NBA Head Coaching Record

Season & Team Record Postseason
1998-99 Chicago Bulls 13-37
1999-2000 Chicago Bulls 17-65
2000-01 Chicago Bulls 15-67
2001-02 Chicago Bulls 4-21
2003-04 New Orleans Hornets 41-41 NBA Playoffs first round
Totals 93-235

Tim Floyd's NBA Players

Player School Year NBA Team(s)
Raymond Brown Idaho 1988 Utah
Tony Harris New Orleans 1990 Philadelphia, Boston
*Earvin Johnson New Orleans 1993 Seattle, Denver, Milwaukee, Minnesota
*Michael McDonald New Orleans 1994 Charlotte
Fred Hoiberg Iowa State 1995 Indiana, Chicago, Minnesota
Loren Meyer Iowa State 1995 Dallas, Phoenix
*Kelvin Cato Iowa State 1997 Portland, Houston, Orlando
Dedric Willoughby Iowa State 1997 Chicago
Marcus Fizer Iowa State 2000 Chicago, Milwaukee
Paul Shirley Iowa State 2000 Chicago, Phoenix
Gabe Pruitt USC 2007 Boston
Nick Young USC 2007 Washington, L.A. Clippers
O.J. Mayo USC 2008 Memphis, Dallas
Taj Gibson USC 2009 Chicago
DeMar DeRozan USC 2009 Toronto
Nikola Vucevic USC 2009 Philadelphia, Orlando
Julyan Stone UTEP 2011 Denver

* Denotes players that did not play high school basketball




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“I’ve been asked what I was looking for in a head coach. As a first priority, I wanted a head coach with documented success as a head coach, at the Division I level, with experience at the Division I level at the level at which we aspire to compete. That’s to be a nationally relevant program in men’s basketball.

“I wanted someone who understood Creighton, who understood the Missouri Valley Conference, who understood the Midwest, and who understood what it was to be the head coach of a major college basketball program in this country.

“I wanted someone with great passion for the game. Great intelligence in teaching the game, and great character. And great character was of critical importance to me.

“I wanted someone who was a great family man, and understood the emotions that these young men and their parents feel. I know how much Greg loves his wife, Theresa, and his kids, Nick, Doug and Sydney, and that was very important to me.
“I wanted someone who was a great teacher and who had demonstrated the ability to develop players individually or as a group.

“And I am confident as you get to know coach Greg McDermott, you will see that he is an absolutely perfect fit for that vision.”
Creighton Director of Athletics Bruce Rasmussen

• Get an extensive look at Creighton's man-to-man, up tempo offense
   and set plays featuring 5 vs. 0 and 5 vs. 5 set ups
• Learn drills to improve your defensive intensity and basketball IQ
• See station work that you can use to implement ball screen offense
   and defense
• Learn competitive 5-on-5 quarter court, half court, and full court drills
   that will teach your players the value of communication on defense
   and execution on offense
• Learn a competitive drill to develop offensive flow from transition
   into set plays



with Greg McDermott, Creighton University Head Coach;
2012 Sweet 16 appearance, 2012 MVC Tournament Champions,
3x 20 game winner at Creighton,
school record 29 wins in 2012,
school record 236 3 pointer's made (2008-2009)


Greg McDermott is a true teacher. As you watch this All Access video series you will see first hand how his methods really get his players to play for him.

In the initial practices of the 2012-13 season, Coach McDermott details his up tempo offensive system while incorporating strategies to improve his defense.
Watch as McDermott guides his team through the drills and techniques they use to improve the defensive system that has enabled them to be successful within the Missouri Valley Conference and drive deep into the NCAA tournament.

McDermott also opens his playbook to give you a detailed look at their set plays and half-court offense.


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Practice 1:
Get a first-hand look at over 20 sets that deliver a quick hitting strike. You will learn all the counters and options off of Creighton's Blitz package plus a few baseline out of bounds sets you can put right into your offensive playbook.
Once you finish his detailed set play guide, you will learn how to defend various actions within their set play package. Your offense will become unstoppable as your players develop the necessary IQ to counter what the defense throws their way.





Practice 2:
In the afternoon session, Coach McDermott demonstrates his knowledge on the defensive end of the floor by providing you with detailed drills the Jays use to build their defensive scheme. These drills will challenge your players to pay attention to detail and mentally focus during every minute on the floor.
He uses a competitive 5v5 quarter court drill to incorporate defensive build up and execution on the offensive end. Challenge your players to dig deep on the defensive end to get the important stop you need to win a game.


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Practice 3:
For the bulk of this first practice of Day 2, Coach McDermott breaks out into station work where he demonstrates how to defend the flare screen, post to post cross screen, back screen from the wings, and ball screen action from the wing. He uses the Superman Closeout Drill to teach effective closeouts from the help side position and create repeatable habits for defenders.





Practice 4:
McDermott puts everything together in this final all access practice session. He incorporates competitive 5v5 drills that incorporate the techniques learned in the previous sessions. You will see a comprehensive drill called Continuous Sets where your players will have to learn game flow, communication, and mental toughness as they are put through half court offense, transition, half court defense and back again in a game setting.





Drill after drill is all about competing to make you and your team better. You can sense the players enjoying the opportunity to showcase their talents and opportunities to get better. This all access practice is ideal for any high school coach looking to improve their defensive philosophy and learn new offensive sets that will raise the basketball IQ of their team.

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About the Author: Coach Greg McDermott

Greg McDermott: All Access Creighton Basketball Practice 4-Pack DVD by Greg McDermott
Graduating student-athletes, record win totals, sold-out crowds, an MVC tournament title, postseason success and an All-American son are part of the legacy that Coach Greg McDermott has created in his first two seasons on The Hilltop.

Named the 16th head coach in Creighton men’s basketball history on April 27, 2010, McDermott has gone 52-22 in his first two seasons, while returning the program to the national rankings with an up-tempo style of play that has fans turning out in record numbers.

Last season, Creighton tied a school record with 29 wins and reached the third round of the NCAA Tournament, while establishing a program record with 2,772 points. The team spent 16 weeks ranked in the top-25, and earned its inaugural First-Team AP All-American in program history when Greg’s son, Doug, was honored following a record-setting season.  Doug was the first sophomore in league history named MVC Player of the Year, setting a school record with 801 points while also leading the nation with 307 field goals.

Creighton finished the year ranked No. 19 by the AP, and also ranked sixth nationally with an average home attendance of 16,665.
McDermott’s first year in Omaha was also a success. He led Creighton to a 23-16 record in his first campaign, as the Jays won a school-record four postseason games, advancing to the CBI finals.

Doug McDermott swept MVC Freshman and Newcomer of the Year awards while becoming the first freshman since 1952 to be named First-Team All-MVC. Point guard Antoine Young was named Second-Team All-Valley and also earned a spot on the MVC’s Most-Improved Team.

Additionally, Gregory Echenique was named to the MVC All-Newcomer and All-Defensive Teams, while Jahenns Manigat landed an All-Freshman Team spot alongside Doug McDermott.

Four members of his first team (Kaleb Korver, Matthew Dorwart, Ross Ferrarini and Derek Sebastian) were honored for their work in the classroom, while the accolades also piled up for their performance on the court. Dorwart, Ferrarini, Sebastian and Taylor Stormberg earned that accolade in 2011-12 as well.

A native of Cascade, Iowa, McDermott owns a 201-153 record in 11 seasons on the Division I sidelines. He has a 332-217 career mark in 18 seasons as a head coach, which includes six trips to the NCAA Tournament.

Before coming to Creighton, McDermott had spent the previous four seasons as head coach at Iowa State.
McDermott won 59 games at Iowa State, where his teams consistently ranked in the upper half of the Big 12 in scoring defense and three-point shooting. He coached five players who earned all-conference recognition, including Craig Brackins, who was the first Cyclone since 2001 to earn All-Big 12 First-Team honors in 2009. He also coached Mike Taylor, who was a second-round pick in the 2008 NBA Draft and played for the Los Angeles Clippers in 2008-09.

McDermott’s 2008-09 squad broke school records in three-pointers made (236) and fewest turnover average (12.1 tpg.) in a season. His 2009-10 club saw preseason Wooden Award nominee Brackins finish as the Big 12’s only player to rank in the top-10 in conference scoring, rebounding and blocks. Additionally, Marquis Gilstrap was an honorable-mention All-Big 12 pick after being the only player in the conference to average a double-double in conference play (15.3 ppg., 10.3 rpg.).

McDermott’s meteoric rise in the head coaching ranks occurred in his five seasons as the head coach at his alma mater, Northern Iowa. After taking over a program that had not posted a winning season since 1997, McDermott’s recipe for success launched the UNI program into the national spotlight. In his third season with the Panthers, McDermott led UNI to the 2004 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament title and its second NCAA Tournament appearance in school history while recording a 21-10 mark.

He backed up UNI’s 2004 season with yet another NCAA Tournament bid in 2005, this time earning the Panthers’ first at-large berth with a No. 11 seed. The Panthers tallied a 21-11 record and took No. 6 seed Wisconsin to the wire, falling 57-52. The 2006 UNI season was just as successful, as McDermott led the Panthers to their first Associated Press top-25 ranking while tying a then-school record with 23 wins. UNI defeated five NCAA Tournament teams (Iowa, LSU, Wichita State, Southern Illinois and Bucknell) en route to its third consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance with a No. 10 seed. McDermott compiled a 90-63 record at UNI.

McDermott has proven to be a top-notch recruiter and a sound tactician. He has coached 28 players who have earned some sort of conference award in his 11 years as a Division I coach, including four players who earned First-Team All-MVC honors six times Doug McDermott, David Gruber, Ben Jacobson, Grant Stout) and one first-team all-Big 12 pick (Brackins).

McDermott received his first head coaching job at Wayne State (Neb.) from 1994-2000. He led the Wildcats to four-straight 20-win seasons, one Northern Sun Conference title and a pair of NCAA Division II Tournament appearances, including a Sweet 16 berth in 2000. He won 116 games in his six years with the Wildcats while earning conference coach of the year honors in 2000.

He left Wayne State to take over the coaching duties at Division II North Dakota State for one season (2000-01) before heading to Cedar Falls. The Bison finished 15-11 overall and defeated three top-25 opponents on the road in 2001.

McDermott began his coaching career as an assistant at the University of North Dakota from 1989-94. During his tenure, the Fighting Sioux made five consecutive NCAA Division II Tournament appearances, were ranked No. 1 in the final 1991 NCAA poll and won two North Central Conference crowns. He was also a part of two North Central Region Championships and compiled a 126-37 record in his six seasons.

A fourth-team all-state center for Cascade High School in 1983, McDermott accepted UNI head coach Jim Berry’s scholarship offer to play for the Panthers. He played three seasons for Berry and two years for Eldon Miller at UNI, recording 1,033 career points to rank on UNI’s top-25 scoring chart. As a junior, he ranked 16th nationally in field-goal percentage (58.7 percent) and shot 60.3 percent from the field as a senior. The 6-foot-8 center was named second-team all-conference as a junior and was a team co-captain as a senior. He received his B.A. degree from Northern Iowa in 1988. He played one season professionally in Switzerland after graduation before beginning his coaching career.

McDermott and his wife, Theresa, have three children: Nick (23), Doug (20) and Sydney (12). Doug is a junior on this year’s Creighton basketball team.




Greg McDermott interview on first week of practice



"Creighton Director of Athletics Bruce Rasmussen, on Greg McDermott

“I’ve been asked what I was looking for in a head coach. As a first priority, I wanted a head coach with documented success as a head coach, at the Division I level, with experience at the Division I level at the level at which we aspire to compete. That’s to be a nationally relevant program in men’s basketball.

“I wanted someone who understood Creighton, who understood the Missouri Valley Conference, who understood the Midwest, and who understood what it was to be the head coach of a major college basketball program in this country.

“I wanted someone with great passion for the game. Great intelligence in teaching the game, and great character. And great character was of critical importance to me.

“I wanted someone who was a great family man, and understood the emotions that these young men and their parents feel. I know how much Greg loves his wife, Theresa, and his kids, Nick, Doug and Sydney, and that was very important to me.

“I wanted someone who was a great teacher and who had demonstrated the ability to develop players individually or as a group.

“And I am confident as you get to know coach McDermott, you will see that he is an absolutely perfect fit for that vision.”

The Coach Greg McDermott File

Personal
    •    Wife - Theresa
    •    Children - Nick (23), Doug (20), Sydney (12)
    •    Date of Birth - Nov. 25, 1964
    •    Hometown - Cascade, Iowa

Collegiate Coaching Experience
    •    Creighton - Head Coach, 2010-Present
    •    Iowa State - Head Coach, 2006-10
    •    Northern Iowa - Head Coach, 2001-06
    •    North Dakota State - Head Coach, 2000-01
    •    Wayne State (Neb.) - Head Coach, 1994-2000
    •    North Dakota - Assistant Coach, 1989-94

Collegiate Coaching Honors
Wayne State (Neb.) College
  • 1999-2000 NSIC Coach of the  Year
  • Coach of 1998-99 team that made Wayne State Hall of Fame
  • Coach of 1999-00 team that made Wayne State Hall of Fame
  • 2006 inductee into Wayne State Hall of Fame
University of North Dakota
  • Assistant Coach of 1989-90  team that made North Dakota Hall of Fame
Creighton University
  • 2011-12 CollegeInsider.com Hugh Durham Award National Coach of the Year Finalist

Professional Playing Experience
    •    Switzerland - 1988-89

Collegiate Playing Experience
    •    Northern Iowa - 1984-88, Center

College Education
  
 •    University of Northern Iowa - B.A., 1988

North Dakota (Assistant Coach), 1989-94
 Year
Record Pct.
Conference
Record
Pct. Conference
Finish
Postseason
1989-90 28-7 .800 14-4 .778 1st NCAA DII Elite Eight (3rd)
1990-91 29-4 .879 17-1 .944 1st  
1991-92 23-9 .719 10-8 .556 4th  
1992-93 23-8 .742 13-5 .722 2nd  
1994-95 23-9 .719 11-7 .611 T-3rd  
Totals
(5 years)
126-37 .773 65-25 .722    
Wayne State (Head Coach), 1994-2000
 1994-95 14-13 .519 Independent   N/A
N/A
 1995-96 12-15 .444 Independent   N/A N/A
 1996-97 21-7 .750 Independent   N/A N/A
 1997-98 20-7 .741 Independent   N/A N/A
 1998-99 23-5 .821 Independent   N/A NCAA DII First Round
 1999-00 26-6 .813 Independent .833 T-1st NCAA DII Sweet 16
 Totals
(6 years)
116-53 .686 15-3 .833

North Dakota State (Head Coach), 2000-01
 Year Record Pct. Conference
Record
Pct. Conference
Finish
Notes
2000-01
15-11
.577
7-11
.389
8th
N/A
Total
(1 year)
15-11 .577 7-11 .389 8th N/A
Northern Iowa (Head Coach), 2001-06
 Year Record Pct. Conference
Record
Pct. Conference
Finish
Notes
2001-02
14-15
.483
8-10
.444
7th
N/A
2002-03
11-17
.393
7-11
.389
7th
N/A
2003-04
21-10
.677
12-6
.667
T-2nd
NCAA First Round
2004-05
21-11
.656
11-7
.611
T-3rd
NCAA First Round
2005-06
23-10
.697
11-7
.611
T-5th
NCAA First Round
Total
(5 years)

90-63
.588
49-41
.544


Iowa State (Head Coach), 2006-10
2006-07
15-16
.484
6-10
.375
T-7th
N/A
2007-08
14-18
.438
4-12
.250
11th
N/A
2008-09
15-17
.469
4-12
.250
10th
N/A
2009-10
15-17
.469
4-12
.250
T-9th
N/A
Total
(4 years)

59-68
.465
18-46
.281


Creighton (Head Coach), 2010-Present
2010-11 23-16 .590 10-8 .556 T-4th CBI Finals
2011-12 29-6 .829 14-4 .778 2nd NCAA 3rd Round
Total
(2 years)

52-22
.703
24-12
.667


All Year Totals
(23 years)

458-254
.643
178-138
.563


Head Coach Totals
(18 years)

332-217
.605
113-113
.500




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Scott Cross:
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"Over the year since we've opened this building, the coverage that the university has gotten is unbelievable, and it's well deserved," said UTA athletic director Jim Baker. "Anything national just puts the spotlight on us."

This week, that national spotlight singled out head coach Scott Cross, who was named by Forbes magazine as one of the top ten coaches at the mid-major level.
"I was humbled and grateful to be included with those great coaches," Cross said. "Obviously, it's a tribute to my staff and the players that we've had, because — bottom line — you have to have a great staff; you've got to have great players in order to win basketball games."
"I think its just a tribute to what Scott has done over his years here," Baker added. "Nothing surprises me with that, and it's something that's well deserved."

• Learn build up drills that teach the basic principles
   of the Run and Jump Full Court Pressure Defense
• Get progressive build up drills that detail the pick and roll offense,
   how to use the screen to attack the basket, and how you can install it
   into your offensive system
• Run a consistent, effective offense vs. multiple styles of zone defense
• Learn the Cross 3-out 2-in ball screen motion offense
   that has made UT-Arlington successful



with Scott Cross, University Texas-Arlington Head Coach;
2012 Southland Conference Champs,
2012 Finalist for Hugh Durham National Coach of the Year Award;
100 career wins in six seasons, 2008 NCAA appearance


Get an all access look inside three University of Texas-Arlington`s practices as head coach Scott Cross takes you through a series of drills he uses during each of his basketball practices.

The foundation of UT-Arlington philosophy is their belief that successful basketball begins and ends on the defensive end of the floor.

Cross opens up his gym and demonstrates the fundamental breakdown drills he uses to teach aggressive full-court and half-court defense. In addition, Coach Cross demonstrates the basis of the team`s ball-screen offense.

The terrific looks at their defensive breakdowns and their ball screen offense will help you see how this mid-major team is able to have so much success.


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Disc 1
Everything starts on the defensive end and that's what you will get in this first practice. Coach Cross takes his team through the defensive principles that have guided his teams to success year after year.

He spends most of his time demonstrating how to build your man-to-man defense starting with a solid foundation of defensive stance and building up to 4-on-4 half court competitive game with an emphasis on taking charges and communicating.

He begins with a unique set of ladder drills that lead into a closeout drill and end with players taking a charge. Cross shows a twist to your shell defense in their Spurs Shell Drill where players have to earn their stops in order to be successful in this competitive drill.

In 2-on-2 Turn Drill, Cross lays the foundation for building a successful Run and Jump Full Court Press. Your players will be pushed to the limit to get stops in the open court.


                 
     

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Disc 2
Full of innovative drills, this disc picks up where the disc one left off. Coach Cross continues to build his man-to-man defense with different progressions. He lays out his vision for the Run and Jump Full Court Press with competitive drills in a 2-on-2 full court and half court set-up.

Knowing that defense creates scoring opportunities, he details his half court man offense called Cross. He provides you with a new look to 3-out 2-in motion offense including quick hitting strikes you can use out of the original set that will keep your opponent on its toes. He uses Box Shell Drill as another competitive drill where multiple down screens are set to help players get open and defenders learn to fight through the traffic.





Disc 3
In his third practice session, Coach Cross offers insights of how to teach your players to run pick and roll offense by reading how the defense is playing you.

In order to do so, Cross demonstrates a variety of breakdown drills that provide his players with the necessary fundamentals to make plays and develop an attacking mentality off of ball screens. The emphasis is on reading and reacting to the defense in three ways: caboose, split and twist.

Whether its pick and roll shooting or cavalier pick and roll, you will learn how to effectively teach a ball screen offense that will create many scoring opportunities. You will learn about two highly competitive drills that have made UT-Arlington successful: The 3-on-3 Run and Jump and Boys to Beast Drill.

Each drill will push your players to learn how to trap and pressure their opponent anywhere on the floor. In addition to these drills, Coach Cross also shows some of the out of bounds options the team runs along the baseline.





Implementing the drills and concepts in this video will help to build your team's defensive identity. This season, create offensive opportunities by pressuring your opponent all over the floor and locking them down.

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"... I love the buildup drills for defense carried into disc two withthe full court man defense. Coach Cross breaks down all the defense youneed to know. The pick and roll offense just adds to the complete set.A great item that focuses on offense and
defense. ..."
Clayton Shipley

"... Coach Cross displays a passion and energetic style to coaching histeam. The breakdown drills will help any coach progress or add to theirsystem. If you want to play aggressive this is a must watch video. Youwill enjoy the thoughts of the day and the pursuit to create TOUGHGUYS!!!! ..."
Jason Porostovsky


About the Author: Coach Scott Cross
Scott Cross: All Access UT-Arlington Basketball Practice 3-Pack DVD by Scott Cross
UT Arlington coach Coach Scott Cross spent the first six years of his career as a head coach by generating a long list of school records, firsts and accomplishments. Known as a tireless worker, excellent recruiter and great ambassador for his program, Cross is poised to lead the men's basketball program to even greater heights. Cross led his alma mater into a new era, as the Mavericks moved into the state-of-the-art College Park Center. UT Arlington also began a new chapter in its history on July 1, 2012 when the program moved from the Southland Conference into the Western Athletic Conference.

During his first six seasons, Cross guided the Mavericks to an appearance in both the NCAA and NIT Tournaments, won a SLC Tournament Championship in 2008, and, most recently, won the 2011-12 regular season Southland Conference Championship, while recording his 100th win this season. Coach Cross was named 2012 Southland Conference Coach of the Year, 2012 NABC District 23 Coach of the Year and a 2012 Finalist for the Hugh Durham National Coach of the year.

During the 2011 off season, Cross and the Mavericks played in an exhibition tour in British Columbia, Canada. The trip proved to be a tremendous confidence boost for the team, which went undefeated at 5-0 and won by an average of 45 points per game. After the successful exhibition tour, Coach Cross and the Mavericks enjoyed a record-setting 2011-12 season, posting a 24-9 record. The Mavericks had the seventh-longest win streak in the country in 2011-12, winning 16 games in a row to break the previous school record of nine. The Mavericks reached their highest RPI rating in school history and finished the season ranked 21st in the collegeinsider.com Mid-Major Top 25. LaMarcus Reed earned first-team All-Conference honors.

Cross led the Mavericks to the 2008 NCAA Tournament, marking the first time in school history the Mavericks made an appearance in the Big Dance. The Mavericks came away with their conference title after defeating Northwestern State in the finals to punch their ticket.

He led the 2008 NCAA Tournament team to a then-school record 21 victories, which also included the best start in school history at 8-0. During the season the Mavericks were ranked for the first time in the collegeinsider.com Mid-Major Top 25. UTA received its highest ranking of the season at No. 14 in December of 2007.

From the end of the 2007 season throughout the 2008 season, Cross led the Mavericks to a school-record 17 consecutive home wins at Texas Hall.

Cross was named the head coach of his alma mater on April 21, 2006 after serving as an assistant coach for the previous eight seasons. A three-year letter winner at UT Arlington from 1995-98, Cross gained the reputation as both a fierce competitor on the court and a scholar-athlete off the floor.

As a player, Cross appeared in 82 games for UTA, including 58 in the starting lineup. As a senior, Cross averaged 11.9 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game, while converting a team-high 41.5 percent of his 3-point shots, second best in the Southland Conference.

In the classroom, Cross set the standard for UT Arlington basketball. He was a two-time GTE/College Sports Information Directors of America Basketball Academic All-American, earning third team as a junior and second team honors as a senior. Cross graduated with a perfect 4.0 grade point average in marketing.

Cross is married to the former Jennifer Harris, who played volleyball for the Mavericks from 1995-98. The couple resides in Arlington and has three sons: Austin, Cody and Tyler.


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"... You are standing in the Baylor Bears locker room before a recent game. This might be the loudest locker room in sports. A high-tech speaker system blares hip-hop — “I Did It For My Dawgs,” by DJ Khaled, “I’m Different,” by 2 Chainz — and it’s so loud you have to lean in if you want to hear anyone talking (Coaches put clean versions of the songs on their pre-game playlist, not explicit versions. This is still a Baptist school, after all). This is so much a part of this team’s identity that they bring their speaker system to road games.

The philosophy of how Baylor treats its players is borne right out of Drew’s personality: Be positive. Nurture these kids, don’t tear them down. ..."
Reid Forgrave

• Build a fundamentally sound defensive unit using various close-out,
   rebounding, and shell drills that focus on both technique and positioning
• Learn ball screen sets and the motion offense that Baylor uses to score
   successfully in the post and to get open perimeter shots in transition
• Learn 3v3 drills to work specific aspects of both your offense and defense
• Beat different types of screens by using variations of the 4-on-4 shell drill



with Scott Drew, Baylor Head Coach;
2 Elite Eight appearances; 2010 Big 12 Runners-up

Scott Drew has built the Baylor program into a consistent contender in the Big 12. Now you can learn the secrets to his hard working success!

Coach Drew lays out his defensive philosophy as he builds the Baylor defensive system from day one of practice. You will see how he teaches every aspect of the game as he coaches a young basketball team into the 2012-13 season.


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Day 1 Practice:

Coach Drew provides a look into a video session used to reinforce good habits within his young basketball team. Rebounding, closeouts and transition defense initiate this practice.

He details what a good and bad rebound looks like and how a team should look when they get back in transition defense. Drew quickly works through a series of fundamental drills to get his players going.

Next, the Bears go through a post development workout, where the players practice finishing at the rim with duck-ins, cheat steps and lobs over the top.

Drew guides you through progressive closeout drills, 2-on-2, 3-on-3, and then spends a good amount of time working 5-on-5 scenarios where his players work on all aspects of the game, including half-court defense, offense and the transition game.


                 
     

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Day 2 Practice:

Coach Drew continues right where he left off placing a strong emphasis on defensive rebounding and transition. He demonstrates what his players need to do to be successful when rebounding in the Big 12 by using a 1-on-1 box drill to teach proper form and technique when boxing out.

He provides you with a look at how to defend the post pass and rotate out of it in his 4-on-4 diamond shell drill, which is another way to use shell defense to teach your principles.

You will learn how to defend or score in transition when he demonstrates his Build Up Transition Drill. However, not everything Drew does will focus on the defensive end. In a 5-on-5 half court scenario he demonstrates the Baylor ball screen motion offense that includes several ball screen sets you can implement into your playbook right away.




Day 3 Practice:

Coach Drew uses his third practice session to spend time teaching post player and perimeter offensive skills. He uses 2-on-2 and 1-on-1 drills to teach proper post play technique and moves your players can use effectively to score against any opponent.

You will spend time breaking down your offensive screening action in a 4-on-4 half court drill. Players will get the chance to learn how to react off of a screen and how to counter what the defense is doing in order to be successful basketball players.

Drew will help you develop the necessary player IQ to keep your offense scoring against any defense your opponent throws at you.

This is a great DVD for any high school coach looking to add to their defensive philosophy or looking to add ball screen action within their motion offense.


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About the Author: Coach Scott Drew
Scott Drew: All Access Baylor Basketball Practice 3-Pack DVD by Scott Drew
Coach Scott Drew is a former first vice president for the NABC Assistant Coaches Committee and previously served on the National Invitation Tournament advisory committee.

A 1993 graduate of Butler University with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree, Drew earned a master's degree from Valparaiso in 1994. Drew worked with Butler's men's basketball program from 1991-93.

Drew and his wife Kelly are the parents of one daughter, Mackenzie, and two sons, Peyton and Brody.

On Aug. 22, 2003, Scott Drew assumed Baylor's head coaching position and took over one of college basketball's most daunting rebuilding projects ever.

From 2007-12, Baylor rose to national prominence with Drew leading the team to four 20-win seasons, four postseason appearances and a Big 12-best and school-record 10 postseason wins. The Bears advanced to the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight in two of the last three seasons, made the 2009 NIT championship game and played in the 2008 NCAA Tournament, marking their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1988.

Drew completed his 10th season as a Division I head coach in 2011-12, when he led the Bears to a school-record 30 wins and the 2012 NCAA Tournament South Regional Final -- making the Bears one of only six programs nationally with two Elite Eight appearances in the last three seasons. For the first time in program history, the Bears were ranked throughout the 2011-12 season, reaching as high as No. 3 and never dropping lower than 14th in the AP or coaches polls.

LA program-record three players were selected in the 2012 NBA Draft. Perry Jones III, Quincy Acy and Quincy Miller gave the Bears the nation's third-most draftees, trailing only Kentucky and North Carolina.

Baylor's 10-3 postseason record over the last four seasons is the Big 12's best, as the Bears went 3-1 on their way to the Elite Eight in both the 2010 and 2012 NCAA Tournaments, and Drew led Baylor to four wins en route to the 2009 NIT title game. In 2009-10, Drew guided the Bears to then-school records for overall (28), Big 12 (11) and home (15) victories.

Drew is the only coach to guide Baylor to four postseason appearances and 10 postseason wins. His teams have averaged 24.2 wins over the last five seasons, giving Baylor five straight winning campaigns for the first time since 1966-67 through 1972-73. Drew has compiled a 177-135 overall record with a 157-124 mark in nine seasons at Baylor.

Current position
Title Head coach

Team: Baylor

Record 148–118 (.556)

Annual salary $1,720,333

Biographical details

Born October 23, 1970 (age 42)
Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Coaching career (HC unless noted)

1991–1993 ~ Butler (student manager)
1993–2002 ~ Valparaiso (assistant)
2002–2003 ~ Valparaiso
2003–present ~ Baylor

Head coaching record

Overall 168–129 (.566)

Accomplishments and honors

Championships

Mid-Con Conference Championship (2003)
NCAA Elite Eight (2010),
NCAA Elite Eight (2012)



It's amazing to think about how far the Baylor basketball program has risen in the last years. This report from ESPN's Outside The Lines underscores just how bad things were when Scott Drew took over 6 players, open tryouts--bad enough that Bill Cosby came in to cheer us all up. And now Baylor is a 3 seed in the tournament.




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Andrew Grantz: 4-Out 1-In Attack and React Motion Offense by Andrew Grantz
Andrew Grantz:
4-Out 1-In Attack
and React Motion Offense
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Andrew Grantz has taken elements of two very popular offenses, the Read and React and the Dribble Drive Motion, and made them into his own system - The Attack and React Offense.

This offense will allow you to teach players how to play basketball and not just how to run set plays. There are so many different options and phases that you can pick and choose what you need to exploit your team's strengths and hide your team's weaknesses.

In this DVD, Coach Grantz introduces 16 different phases of the offense, starting with the most basic, and shows how you how you can successfully use as many or as few as you need. Using whiteboard diagrams and on-the-court demonstrations, each phase is broken down into a specific reaction that builds on another phase.

• Combine the strengths of the Dribble Drive and the Read and React
    into one potent offense!
• Tailor your offense to your team's strengths and abilities
   without the use of set plays
• Allow your entire team to function cohesively rather than one player
   trying to breakdown their man 1-on-1
• Create an offense that is a simple or as complex as your team requires



with   Andrew Grantz, Pitt State University Assistant Coach;
former Indiana University Southeast Assistant Coach

Andrew Grantz has taken elements of two very popular offenses, the Read and React and the Dribble Drive Motion, and made them into his own system - The Attack and React Offense.

This offense will allow you to teach players how to play basketball and not just how to run set plays. There are so many different options and phases that you can pick and choose what you need to exploit your team's strengths and hide your team's weaknesses.

In this DVD, Coach Grantz introduces 16 different phases of the offense, starting with the most basic, and shows how you how you can successfully use as many or as few as you need. Using whiteboard diagrams and on-the-court demonstrations, each phase is broken down into a specific reaction that builds on another phase.

Stressing the importance of spacing the floor, Grantz utilizes six perimeter spots and a post player to lay the foundation for the offense. The three initial phases include:


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• Phase 1: The Dribble Drive Phase - This phase starts with the very basics
   of the offense and attacking the basket,
   as well as how the rest of the players react to the ball movements.
   Grantz explains the action above and below the drive line,
   the importance of NBA 3-point line spacing, the pitchout,
   the lift and other actions.

• Phase 2: The Pass and Cut Offense - This motion is dominated by
   the give-and-go principle and the ability to cut to score.
   This action provides for double gaps which can lead
   into the flow of the dribble drive.

• Phase 3: Post Entry - This is final piece of the basic set up of
   the offense. This includes not only the post-up but the inclusion
   of the high and low "Laker" cuts and the appropriate spot-filling
   for passes out of double teams in the post.

The rest of the phases consists of the add-ons to the offense. This includes the rules for baseline driving, the dribble-through, ball screens, various screening actions, and various counters and options off of other plays.


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As a bonus, Coach Gantz gives a lesson on how to get the ball up court in transition and in out-of-bounds situations and into the flow of the Attack and React Offense. This fast break makes it very easy to convert to the half-court offense if you don't score off the initial break.

When you feel comfortable adding a new phase to your offense, you can do so very easily. Pick and choose out of the 16 phases to make options that best fit your team, no matter what level you coach.





The best part of this offense is how complex or simple you want to make it. The Attack and React is a player-friendly offense that can break down the defense and lead to a lot of easy buckets.

This is a complete offensive system. Whatever your preferred method of offense - screening for shooters, back cuts and back screens, no screens, ball screens, etc. - this offense is adaptable to your style and to your team's strengths. You can put this offense in at the junior high, high school, or college level. Use this offense with a group of developing players over the course of several years or with a group of advanced players to create a fun, unstoppable offense!


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Andrew Grantz: 4-Out 1-In Attack and React Motion Offense by Andrew Grantz



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"... A great offense for any level! My players can learn how to play the game. You have done something special for basketball. So simple & so sweet! ..."
Coach Robert Alfeld, 8th Grade Boys Coach, New Haven (IN)

"... This is a great video. I would recommend this video to any program, regardless of the level of competition. Coach Grantz does a great job in breaking down each phase. If you don't have this video you're missing out big time. ..."
Coach Demps

"... Great video; I would recommend to all youth league, middle school, and high school coaches. The system combines the best features of the DDM and the R&R. I have been using it with my Middle School Team & by Travel Teams. ..."
Coach Chris

"... This is a great video. I love the way coach fuses the DDM with Read and React. My team has run DDM for four years and I was looking to add more movement and screening actions and this offense was the ticket. Very well made video. Good white board depictions and then coach goes on the court with the players. The video also comes with a PDF you can use to print everything out. That was very helpful. If I was nitpicking, I wish there would have been some good breakdown drills of each phase. I would also like to have seen more 5-on-5 action. All in all worth a look. ..."
Coach Mav



Installing the Dribble Drive Motion Basletball Offense


About the Author: Coach Andrew Grantz
Andrew Grantz: 4-Out 1-In Attack and React Motion Offense by Andrew Grantz
Coach Andrew Grantz enters his first year as a graduate assistant coach in the Pitt State basketball program.

Grantz comes to Pitt State from the University of Louisville, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in sports administration in May 2012.

The New Albany, Ind., native served as an assistant coach at Indiana University-Southeast last year. He also spent two seasons as an AAU coach for Team Southern Indiana. Additionally, he has written and created three DVDs on basketball coaching theory and he’s been a contributing writer for mensbasketballhoopscoop.com.

Grantz is currently pursuing a master’s degree in health, human performance and recreation from Pittsburg State.

"... Currently a Grad Assistant at Pitt St. 1 season at Indiana University Southeast as Assistant Coach.

I have spent 4 years coaching at the high school level. I was a coach for Team Southern Indiana AAU.

I have 2 DVD’s with Championship Productions. Installing the Dribble Drive Motion Offense, and Full Court Trapping System and Breakdown Drills. ..."



Basketball Full Court Trapping System & Breakdown Drills



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Entering his fifth season at Oklahoma State, head coach   Travis Ford has re-energized the Cowboy Basketball program, both on the court and in the eyes of the OSU faithful. His drive and   determination is infectious, as his student-athletes strive to succeed in competition and in the classroom.

Ford's outgoing personality is contagious, and has made him a quick favorite of the Oklahoma State fans. He is considered one of the leading young coaches in the country, by both the national media and his peers in the coaching community.

Ford is able to maximize each and every student-athlete's contribution to the team through his uncanny ability to encourage and motivate.

• Turn up the pressure at both ends of the court!
• Implement and install Coach Ford's Power Offense
   in the half court and full court settings
• Force your opponents into low percentage shots using
   Oklahoma State's "protect the paint" mentality
• Build an attacking defense by using a combination
   of 1-on-1, 2-on-2, 3-on-3, 4-on-4, and 5-on-5 competitive drills





with Travis Ford, Oklahoma State University Head Coach;
2008 NIT Championship Runner-up

Go to practice with Travis Ford and his staff as they build the foundation for their 2012-13 season. Using live, on-court practice drills and explanations, Coach Ford demonstrates how to build an attacking pressure defense starting with 1-on-1 drills and progressing to 5-on-5 full court defensive pressure.





Practice 1

Ford wants his team to play aggressive, full court defense and work together to stop dribble penetration and pass entry. Coach details how to properly closeout and deny your opponent the paint through various drills including 1-on-0 closeout and zig-zag.





As part of their season-long emphasis on rebounding better, Ford uses a competitive 4-on-4 circle rebounding drill to emphasize attacking the glass on the offensive and defensive end. He gives you drills that teach your players defensive techniques and strategies for defending the dribble hand-off, down screen action, ball screen action, and post play.


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Practice 2

Coach Ford rolls out his offensive system and teaches you the basics and breakdowns for his "Power" Offense. Coach uses fundamental drills to build the necessary skills your players will need to be successful in any offensive system. He progressively works his way from individual ball handling against pads to two-ball passing, to individual shooting from game spots, to 3-on-0 transition breaks that include actions within the Power Offense. Watch everything come together with full court and half court 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 situations, including scoring options within the Power Offense.




Practice 3

In the final practice session, Coach Ford meshes his attacking offensive and defensive philosophies together. You will see how he uses 3-on-0, 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 situations to create a game-like atmosphere.

He uses a competitive 5-on-4 defensive transition to work on stopping the ball in the open court and preventing easy buckets. By creating disadvantages in practice, your team will be able to build an illusion on the defensive end that no offensive player is open for an easy bucket.

You will also see 5-on-5 half court possessions that demonstrate secondary break options and counter scoring options within the Power Offense.




This All Access DVD is a great choice for any high school coach looking to create an aggressive, attacking strategy that puts 94 feet of pressure on their opponents!


248 minutes ~ 3 DVDs ~ NEW on February 18th, 2013 !


About the Author: Coach Travis Ford
All Access Oklahoma State Basketball Practice 3-Pack DVD with Travis Ford
Travis Ford (born December 29, 1969 in Madisonville, Kentucky) is an American college basketball coach. He is currently the men's head coach at Oklahoma State University. He was previously the head coach at Campbellsville University, Eastern Kentucky University, and the University of Massachusetts. Prior to that, he played at the University of Missouri and the University of Kentucky. He also played the character Danny O'Grady in the 1997 movie The Sixth Man.

On April 16, 2008, Ford became the head basketball coach of the Oklahoma State Cowboys. In his first season, Ford led the Cowboys to a 23–12 overall record, with a 9–7 record in conference. Ford led Oklahoma State to its first NCAA Tournament appearance since the 2004–05 season.

In the tournament, Oklahoma State beat Tennessee before being knocked off by Pittsburgh in the second round. In year two Ford's cowboys finished 22–11, 9–7 in conference.


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The year was highlighted by wins over a top ten Kansas State on the road and a home win over the number one ranked Kansas Jayhawks. Big 12 player of the year James Anderson was instrumental in both wins and became Travis Ford's first cowboy to be selected in the first round of the NBA Draft.


Coach Ford's Year-by-Year Record

Overall Conference
Season School Record Pct Record Pct
1997-98 Campbellsville 16-17 .485 7-5 .583
1998-99 Campbellsville 28-3 .903 10-2 .833
1999-2000 Campbellsville 23-11 .676 8-4 .667
2000-01 Eastern Kentucky 7-19 .269 1-15 .062
2001-02 Eastern Kentucky 7-20 .259 3-13 .188
2002-03 Eastern Kentucky 11-17 .393 5-11 .313
2003-04 Eastern Kentucky 14-15 .483 8-8 .500
2004-05 Eastern Kentucky 22-9 .710 11-5 .688
2005-06 Massachusetts 13-15 .464 8-8 .500
2006-07 Massachusetts 24-9 .727 13-3 .813
2007-08 Massachusetts 25-11 .694 10-6 .625
2008-09 Oklahoma State 23-12 .657 9-7 .563
2009-10 Oklahoma State 22-11 .667 9-7 .563
2010-11 Oklahoma State 20-14 .588 6-10 .375
2011-12 Oklahoma State 15-18 .455 7-11 .389
Totals 14 seasons 270-201 .573 115-114 .502




Travis Ford on Oklahoma State Basketball



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Number of discs: 3
Studio: Championship Productions
DVD Release Date: NEW on February 18th, 2013 !
Run Time: 248 Minutes. 3-Pack


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• Turn up the pressure at both ends of the court!
• Implement and install Coach Ford's Power Offense
   in the half court and full court settings
• Force your opponents into low percentage shots using
   Oklahoma State's "protect the paint" mentality
• Build an attacking defense by using a combination
   of 1-on-1, 2-on-2, 3-on-3, 4-on-4, and 5-on-5 competitive drills





with Travis Ford, Oklahoma State University Head Coach;
2008 NIT Championship Runner-up

Go to practice with Travis Ford and his staff as they build the foundation for their 2012-13 season. Using live, on-court practice drills and explanations, Coach Ford demonstrates how to build an attacking pressure defense starting with 1-on-1 drills and progressing to 5-on-5 full court defensive pressure.





Practice 1

Ford wants his team to play aggressive, full court defense and work together to stop dribble penetration and pass entry. Coach details how to properly closeout and deny your opponent the paint through various drills including 1-on-0 closeout and zig-zag.





As part of their season-long emphasis on rebounding better, Ford uses a competitive 4-on-4 circle rebounding drill to emphasize attacking the glass on the offensive and defensive end. He gives you drills that teach your players defensive techniques and strategies for defending the dribble hand-off, down screen action, ball screen action, and post play.


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Practice 2

Coach Ford rolls out his offensive system and teaches you the basics and breakdowns for his "Power" Offense. Coach uses fundamental drills to build the necessary skills your players will need to be successful in any offensive system. He progressively works his way from individual ball handling against pads to two-ball passing, to individual shooting from game spots, to 3-on-0 transition breaks that include actions within the Power Offense. Watch everything come together with full court and half court 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 situations, including scoring options within the Power Offense.




Practice 3

In the final practice session, Coach Ford meshes his attacking offensive and defensive philosophies together. You will see how he uses 3-on-0, 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 situations to create a game-like atmosphere.

He uses a competitive 5-on-4 defensive transition to work on stopping the ball in the open court and preventing easy buckets. By creating disadvantages in practice, your team will be able to build an illusion on the defensive end that no offensive player is open for an easy bucket.

You will also see 5-on-5 half court possessions that demonstrate secondary break options and counter scoring options within the Power Offense.




This All Access DVD is a great choice for any high school coach looking to create an aggressive, attacking strategy that puts 94 feet of pressure on their opponents!


248 minutes ~ 3 DVDs ~ NEW on February 18th, 2013 !


About the Author: Coach Travis Ford
All Access Oklahoma State Basketball Practice 3-Pack DVD with Travis Ford
Travis Ford (born December 29, 1969 in Madisonville, Kentucky) is an American college basketball coach. He is currently the men's head coach at Oklahoma State University. He was previously the head coach at Campbellsville University, Eastern Kentucky University, and the University of Massachusetts. Prior to that, he played at the University of Missouri and the University of Kentucky. He also played the character Danny O'Grady in the 1997 movie The Sixth Man.

On April 16, 2008, Ford became the head basketball coach of the Oklahoma State Cowboys. In his first season, Ford led the Cowboys to a 23–12 overall record, with a 9–7 record in conference. Ford led Oklahoma State to its first NCAA Tournament appearance since the 2004–05 season.

In the tournament, Oklahoma State beat Tennessee before being knocked off by Pittsburgh in the second round. In year two Ford's cowboys finished 22–11, 9–7 in conference.


All Access Oklahoma State Basketball Practice 3-Pack DVD with Travis Ford



The year was highlighted by wins over a top ten Kansas State on the road and a home win over the number one ranked Kansas Jayhawks. Big 12 player of the year James Anderson was instrumental in both wins and became Travis Ford's first cowboy to be selected in the first round of the NBA Draft.


Coach Ford's Year-by-Year Record

Overall Conference
Season School Record Pct Record Pct
1997-98 Campbellsville 16-17 .485 7-5 .583
1998-99 Campbellsville 28-3 .903 10-2 .833
1999-2000 Campbellsville 23-11 .676 8-4 .667
2000-01 Eastern Kentucky 7-19 .269 1-15 .062
2001-02 Eastern Kentucky 7-20 .259 3-13 .188
2002-03 Eastern Kentucky 11-17 .393 5-11 .313
2003-04 Eastern Kentucky 14-15 .483 8-8 .500
2004-05 Eastern Kentucky 22-9 .710 11-5 .688
2005-06 Massachusetts 13-15 .464 8-8 .500
2006-07 Massachusetts 24-9 .727 13-3 .813
2007-08 Massachusetts 25-11 .694 10-6 .625
2008-09 Oklahoma State 23-12 .657 9-7 .563
2009-10 Oklahoma State 22-11 .667 9-7 .563
2010-11 Oklahoma State 20-14 .588 6-10 .375
2011-12 Oklahoma State 15-18 .455 7-11 .389
Totals 14 seasons 270-201 .573 115-114 .502




Travis Ford on Oklahoma State Basketball



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Basketball Program Development

Basketball Coaching

Basketball Guard Play

Basketball Post Play

Basketball Big Man & Post Player Drills

Basketball Player Training & Skills Training Drills

Basketball Shooting

Basketball Shooting Drills

Basketball Player Drills

Basketball Team Drills

Basketball Practice Drills

Basketball Offensive Drills

Basketball Defensive Philosophy

Basketball Defensive Drills

Basketball Conditioning

All Access Basketball Practice




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Region: All Regions
Format: Color, Director's Cut, Full Screen
Language: English
Number of discs: 3
Studio: Championship Productions
DVD Release Date: NEW on February 18th, 2013 !
Run Time: 248 Minutes. 3-Pack


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Fran Fraschilla Basketball Coaching 2-Pack DVD with Fran Fraschilla
Fran Fraschilla Basketball Coaching
2-Pack DVD
with Fran Fraschilla


Fran Fraschilla served as head men's basketball coach at Manhattan College, St. John's University and University of New Mexico, before joining ESPN as broadcast analyst.

He currently serves as a game analyst, mostly on Big 12 action, and as a studio analyst for ESPN college basketball programming.

He also covers the NBA Draft, focusing mostly on foreign players. He was an assistant coach at Providence with University of Texas-Austin coach Rick Barnes.

His co-broadcaster on many Big 12 games is Ron Franklin, also an Austin resident. He also serves as ESPN's analyst for its broadcasts of FIBA tournaments.

His son, James Fraschilla, is currently a sophomore guard for the University of Oklahoma men's basketball team.


Fran Fraschilla: International Continuity  Pick and Roll Basketball Offense
Fran Fraschilla:
International Continuity
Pick and Roll Basketball Offense


• Generate more offensive opportunities
   for your best players

• Disguise the spread pick and roll offense
   and confuse your opponents
   with various entry sets

• Learn the "Lithuania Continuity" Side
   Pick and Roll Offense


with Fran Fraschilla, International Basketball Analyst for ESPN,
former Division I college basketball coach
(Manhattan College, St. John's University
and University of New Mexico),
former NABC District II Coach of the Year
  and MAAC Coach of the Year


Learn how to implement the most successful pick and roll systems use at the highest competitive levels all over the world.

Fran Fraschilla, international basketball expert, compares the American style of pick and roll with the international style and describes why the concept of having four perimeter players has led to more skill development within the international community. He provides you with a detailed look at the side pick and roll and spread pick and roll half court offenses that have made the international game competitive, even with the NBA.





Coach Fraschilla uses on-court demonstrators to show you how to space your players to successfully run the pick and roll. He demonstrates three, side pick and roll plays outlining actions your team can use to score off of dribble penetration in the paint or a kick-out option to the perimeter. These sets include the:

• Butler Pick and Roll Action that has made their offense so effective.

• Lithuanian Continuity Offense using side pick and rolls
   and dribble hand-offs throughout the offense.

• Spread Pick and Roll Offense that has been a big part of many international
   teams' rise to the World Championships. He offers several looks
   that will get you into your spread  pick and roll offensive system.

These sets will allow you to confuse your opponent creating various scoring options. Fraschilla provides you with an "A" set look and Mike D'Antoni set-up allowing all of your players to have involvement in your offense. This is a great pick and roll DVD that is useful for any college or high school coach looking to gain an advantage using the pick and roll offensive system.




How Guards Can Build Trust With Their Teammates and Coaches



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Fran Fraschilla: Basketball Drills for Building Your Man-to-Man Defense
Fran Fraschilla:
Basketball Drills
for Building Your
Man-to-Man Defense


• Learn drills that will increase your team's
   ability to play better help defense

• Prevent the ball from splitting defenders
   while still recovering to your man

• Use the overload principle in your
   defensive drills to push your
   players' abilities to the limit



with Fran Fraschilla, International Basketball Analyst for ESPN,
former Division I college basketball coach
(Manhattan College, St. John's University
and University of New Mexico),
former NABC District II Coach of the Year
  and MAAC Coach of the Year


See a logical, systematic way to build your defense.

ESPN college basketball analyst and international basketball expert Fran Fraschilla presents you with a progressive way to build your man-to-man defense through the use of practice drills.

Coach Fraschilla has spent years coaching and studying the game of basketball and has put together a thorough guide on man-to-man defense and principles. This is not an instructional DVD that is going to tell you exactly how to play your man-to-man defense, rather it focuses on building your program. Fraschilla guides you through extensive principles and philosophy that will make you think about how you teach your man-to-man defense.

Coach Fraschilla outlines his four points of emphasis that every man defense needs to incorporate: ball pressure, no splits, closeout and contest, and finish the possession. Fraschilla uses visual aids and charts to show the progressive style, both offensively and defensively, allowing his coaching staff to be prepared for any situation.





You will see six practice drills you can use to put all your defensive principles, strategies, and tactics together in various combinations. Fraschilla uses 4-on-4 drills to incorporate defending dribble penetration, staggered action, and defending screens. He emphasizes stunting and foot faking to take away offensive advantages when your defense is put into a tight situation. Coach describes the numerous variations you can create with a 4-on-4 shell drill, as well as:

• A 3-man series drill that will help you prepare for your opponents
   offensive screening action early in the season.

• Drills that will progressively build your man defense principles
   by using 4-on-4 and 3-on-3 half court demonstrations.

Coach Fraschilla uses the progressive build-up drills to make you think about your man-to-man principles. Coach describes ways to help you maintain your vision on the defensive end of the floor.

Coach Frischilla's building man-to-man defense DVD is great for any coach that is looking to improve their man-to-man philosophy or just starting out and looking to build their philosophy.




The Basketball Mental Game



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Fran Fraschilla: International Continuity
Pick and Roll Basketball Offense


Fran Fraschilla: Basketball Drills
for Building Your Man-to-Man Defense




See more DVDs by Fran Fraschilla


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     "Fran Fraschilla Basketball Coaching
2-Pack DVD with Fran Fraschilla



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Basketball Ball Handling

Basketball Coaching

Basketball Defensive Drills

Basketball Defensive Philosophy

Basketball Man-to-Man Defense

Basketball Offensive Drills

Basketball Player Drills




Being A Ball-Mover vs. A Ball-Stopper



Basketball Player Training / Skills Training Drills

Basketball Practice Drills

Basketball Practice Planning

Basketball Shooting Drills

Basketball Team Drills

Basketball Training

Basketball Training & Workout


Fran Fraschilla Basketball Coaching 2-Pack DVD with Fran Fraschilla

NABC District II Coach of the Year and MAAC Coach of the Year



About Fran Fraschilla

Fran Fraschilla Basketball Coaching 2-Pack DVD with Fran Fraschilla

Spending 23 years as a college basketball coach, Fran Fraschilla had numerous NCAA and NIT tournament appearances and a career coaching record of 175-100. He was also named the NABC Coach of the Year for the 1994 to 1995 season.

Fraschilla’s coaching career as an assistant began at New York Tech, followed by Rhode Island, Ohio, and Ohio State. He then moved to Providence as an assistant coach for13 seasons. Fraschilla go his first head coaching job in Manhattan, where he led his team to two NCAA tournaments and two NIT tournaments.

After his stint with the Jaspers, a Fran Fraschilla appearance helped St. John’s recover from the declines following the Lou Carnesseca era. His Red Storm teams had a winning record of 35-24 and made an appearance in the NCAA tournament in 1998. His excellent strategy was instrumental in the upset that ended U. Conn’s 46-game home court winning streak. They also finished second in the Big East that season. The following year, Fraschilla became the head coach at the University of New Mexico, where he led the Lobos to three consecutive NIT appearances.

In 2002, Fraschilla joined ESPN as a broadcast analyst.




So Much to Talk About: Fran Fraschilla



Fran Fraschilla Speaker

As a former head coach and a critically acclaimed basketball analyst for ESPN, Fran Fraschilla speaker appearances can cover topics ranging from broadcasting to motivational coaching and leadership.

Fran Fraschilla Appearance

The first Fran Fraschilla appearance for ESPN brought the unique perspective of basketball commentary from a head coach that impressed viewers so much, Fraschilla quickly became a staple of the ESPN college basketball broadcast crew.

Coaching career (HC unless noted)

1992–1996 ~ Manhattan
1996–1998 ~ St. John's
1999–2002 ~ New Mexico

Head coaching record

Overall 176–99

Accomplishments and honors

Championships

NCAA Division I Tournament Appearances (3)
(1993, 1995, 1998)

NIT Appearances (5)
(1994, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002)

MAAC Regular Season Championships (1993, 1995)

MAAC Tournament Championships (1993)

Awards

1995 MAAC Coach of the Year



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Run Time: 163 minutes ( 2 DVDs ~ You Can Get Each One Separately ! )


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Steve Schmidt's Basketball Practice Drills 2-Pack DVD with Steve Schmidt
Steve Schmidt's
Basketball Practice Drills
2-Pack DVD
with Steve Schmidt


"... Coach Schmidt is a great recruiter who has had a tremendous amount of success in the Midwest and has even branched out to find players in the South. He has graduated players to high-major conferences including the Big Ten, Big East, SEC and ACC. Many of his players have found success at the mid-major level over the years including in the MAC.

During his career he has coached 15 All-Americans and three National Player of the Year Award winners. Sophomore John Taylor, a guard from the west side of Chicago, has a great chance to be his fourth.

I could tell you a lot of stories that would outline the above mentioned blueprint in words, knowing that the mark of a great coach is more than just about wins and losses; but, I also know that coaching at a high level is a bottom-line business and winning championships is the difference between good and great.

Coach Schmidt is married to the game. ..."
Jared Field in JUCO

Tara VanDerveer: 30 Practice Drills for Building Champions
Steve Schmidt:
Basketball Practice Drills
to Build Defensive Intensity


• Discover 11 daily defensive practice drills
   that you can incorporate
   into any practice session
• Improve your team's positioning
   when hedging and for help-side defense
• Use the 1-2-2 "Mott" full-court pressure
   defense to control the game tempo
   and direct the dribbler into your trap



with Steve Schmidt, Mott Community College Head Coach;
4x NJCAA National Champions (with eight Final Four appearances);
Over 575 career wins - the winningest active coach
at the NJCAA level (.822 percentage);
has developed 16 All Americans and 4 National players of the year;
  Distinguished member of the
NJCAA Coaches Association Hall of Fame (2010)


Make defense the staple of your program by developing an intense and disruptive mindset within your players.

Legendary Junior College Coach Steve Schmidt is a Hall of Fame coach with four NJCAA National Championships. The common denominator throughout all of his success has been his defensive philosophy. Schmidt knows what works when it comes to team defense. In this video you will discover his proven system for teaching defense that is fundamental and fun.

Coach Schmidt starts at the foundation of any defense and demonstrates three variations of the 1-on-1 Zig-Zag Drill. Each zig-zag combination will teaches you how to disrupt the offense and create a mentality of being prepared to guard anyone on the floor.

As you watch Schmidt's on-court demonstrators in a 1-on-1 and 2-on-2 setting, you will see how he teaches his players to avoid moving their heads on defense as they guard, how to properly defend backdoor cuts, how to hedge a screen, be in help position, and be in denial position creating havoc with your opponent's offensive sets.


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Coach Schmidt uses the Shell Drill to teach defensive positioning in the half court setting. Once your players have mastered the half court shell drill, Schmidt takes your through their full court pressing situation where your players can incorporate their 1-on-1 techniques that lead into a half court man to man situations.

Create defensive toughness at each position by running contact drills that also serve as conditioning drills. Schmidt introduces competitive drills that will increase enthusiasm and simulate game-like energy levels. To make the drills more game-like, Schmidt shows you how to uniquely award points to the teams who execute the skills properly.

Maintaining defensive intensity has been the key to Schmidt's success. Now, Coach Schmidt shows you how to teach it, how to drill it, and how to get your team to buy in to it.


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Steve Schmidt: Effective Basketball Practice Drills for Individual Skill Development
Steve Schmidt:
Effective Basketball Practice Drills
for Individual Skill Development


• Learn 13 skill development drills
   that incorporate ball handling, shooting,
   passing and footwork and
   that have produced  16 All-Americans
   and four National Players of the Year
• Get more touches on the ball & maximize
   your practice time by implementing
   a ball handling routine into your warm-up
• Improve passing accuracy and develop
   soft hands with two-man full court drills


with Steve Schmidt, Mott Community College Head Coach;
4x NJCAA National Champions (with eight Final Four appearances);
Over 575 career wins - the winningest active coach
at the NJCAA level (.822 percentage);
has developed 16 All Americans and 4 National players of the year;
  Distinguished member of the
NJCAA Coaches Association Hall of Fame (2010)


Legendary Junior College coach Steve Schmidt takes you inside a skill development session that has produced 16 All Americans and four National Players of the Year. Inside this session Coach Schmidt takes your through 13 different drills that will help your players develop better ball handling, shooting, passing, and footwork drills.

Schmidt uses on-court demonstrations to take you through a ball handling routine that will effectively develop all your players into solid, confident ball handlers. This series incorporates both full court and half court drills to build your players' weak hands and develop dribble moves that can teach them the ball handling skills they need to run your offense.





The ball handling drills lead into passing drills. With Schmidt's 3-Man Passing Drills, you can emphasize passing and catching on the move while working on weak hand development and hand eye coordination. Being able to pass and catch in control is going to influence the next move a player makes. As you learn about each drill, Schmidt will detail all the little coaching tips that have made him so successful at a very high level.

Make your players a threat from anywhere on the floor by implementing this series of footwork and shooting drills. Watch as Schmidt teaches his players how to get to the rim quickly using only one dribble to attack the rim and their defender. Your players will learn how to incorporate jump stops, lay-ups, reverse lay-ups, and right/left footed combination shots that allow them to score on any defender in the paint.

Refine the skills your players need to take your team to the next level!


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Steve Schmidt: Effective Basketball Practice Drills
for Individual Skill Development




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Basketball Defensive Philosophy

Basketball Offensive Drills

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Basketball Player Training / Skills Training Drills

Basketball Practice Drills

Basketball Practice Planning

Basketball Shooting Drills

Basketball Team Drills

Basketball Training

Basketball Training & Workout


Steve Schmidt's Basketball Practice Drills 2-Pack DVD with Steve Schmidt

Steve Schmidt, Mott Community College Head Coach;
4x NJCAA National Champions
(with eight Final Four appearances);



About Steve Schmidt

Steve Schmidt's Basketball Practice Drills 2-Pack DVD with Steve Schmidt

It takes a winner to be a winner, and no one has done it better than Steve Schmidt. In 21 seasons as head coach at Mott, Schmidt has compiled a record of success that is unparalleled at the college level. He is the winningest active coach in the nation at the NJCAA level, the winner of four National Championships (2003, 2007,2008 and 2012) and a member of the NJCAA Coaches Association Hall of Fame (2010) and the Greater Flint Area Sports Hall of Fame (2006).

His career coaching record at Mott is 573-124 and his record at the National Tournament is 27-4 - the all-time best record in the tournament's history.

In addition to the four national titles, Schmidt's teams have won 14 conference, nine state and eight regional titles. He has been named National Coach of the Year four times and has coached 16 players who have been recognized as NJCAA All-Americans.

Schmidt wins off the court as well. Throughout his career, Mott's program has set the standard for student-athlete accountability. Schmidt's no-excuse approach to athletics is founded upon the principle that to be a student-athlete is a privilege, one that requires all players to represent Mott Community College to the best of their ability.

In 2009, in honor of his many achievements at Mott, the gym at Ballenger Field House was dubbed The Steve Schmidt Gymnasium.




Mott honors Bears Coach Steve Schmidt with distinguished alumni award


The Schmidt File

• Winningest coach in MCC history
• Coaching record: 573-124 (.822)
• Holds record for winning percentage in national tournament play 27-4 (.871)
• MCCAA Eastern Conference Championships (14): 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997,
   1998, 1999, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.
• MCCAA State Championships (9): 1995, 1996, 2000, 2005, 2006, 2008,
   2010, 2011 and 2012.
• District/Regional Championships (8): 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008,
   2011, 2012.
• National Championships (4): 2003, 2007, 2008 and 2012.
• National Runner-ups (3): 2001, 2004, and 2011.
• National 3rd place finish (1): 2002.
• Final Four appearances (8): 2001, 2002, 2003/04, 2007/08, 2011 & 2012
• A member of the NJCAA Hall of Fame
• A member of the Greater Flint Area Sports Hall of Fame




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Studio: Championship Productions
Date Edition: NEW on February 18, 2013 !
Run Time: 96 minutes ( 2 DVDs ~ You Can Get Each One Separately ! )


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Robert Matthew "Bob" Hurley, Sr. (born July 3, 1947) is the basketball coach at St. Anthony High School in Jersey City, New Jersey. Hurley has amassed 23 state championships and more than 900 wins in 35 years as a coach, creating a national powerhouse despite substandard facilities and financial limitations.

Five of his teams have gone undefeated, including his 2007-08 team. On April 5, 2010, he was announced as the only coach to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame that year and only the third high-school coach in history to be so honored; he was formally inducted on August 13 of that year.

Hurley is the father of Bobby Hurley, a former All-American point guard at Duke, and Dan Hurley,  who was hired in February 2012 to coach the University of Rhode Island after two years of coaching at Wagner College and 9 years coaching at Newark's Saint Benedict's Preparatory School, also one of the top high school programs in the nation. Danny has since hired Bobby as the associate head coach at URI.

• Add over 25 fundamental skills and team development drills
   to your arsenal from legendary coach Bob Hurley
• Learn 5-on-0 offensive sets, side out of bounds plays,
   and baseline underneath plays
• Watch detailed instruction on boxing out, rebounding,
   attacking a press, and trapping situations
• Learn progressive 1-on-1 and 5-on-5 drills that work to build
   half court man-to-man defensive principles


with Bob Hurley,St. Anthony's High School (NJ) Baskeball Coach;
2010 Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee;
27x State Parochial Championships; 65-game win streak (2010-12);
back-to-back Xcellent 25 (MaxPreps) National Champions (2011-10);
3x USA Today National Championships (1989, 1996, 2008);
2x National Coach of the Year by USA Today (1989, 1996);
over 1,000 career victories

This DVD is your all access pass to one of the all-time greats passing along great insight on how to build your team's foundation from day one.

On the opening weekend of the 2012-13 season, legendary St. Anthony's Head Basketball Coach Bob Hurley allows you an inside, all access look into three days worth of his team's preparations for the first scrimmage of the season.

You are rewarded the opportunity to witness and learn from one of the all-time best as he teaches and motivates his team through individual, position-specific skill development drills, team transition drills, defensive drills, and more before closing with a live scrimmage.

The number of drills in this All Access set is amazing and each is taught with an attention to detail you would expect from a Hall of Fame coach. This DVD is great for any high school or club coach looking to develop fundamentally sound basketball players. Coach Hurley's exceptional detail will open your eyes to how to teach proper techniques and strategies to any level of basketball player.

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Practice 1

During his first practice session, Coach Hurley's team runs through a dynamic warm-up that features passing and cutting drills using a weighted ball. This requires players to use their legs when they pass and requires an exaggerated form that helps refine technique and develop more snap on their passes.

Guards and post players then divide up to work on position-specific skills. Guards work on basic ball handling fundamentals, cutting around chairs for pick and roll practice, and shooting off of curls.

The post players run cross screens and flashes in the key, short corner work, and some 1-on-1 and 2-on-2 work.

Hurley uses 5-on-0 half court situations to guide you through out of bounds plays and half court sets such as Friar and Side. In this offense, any player without the ball is in motion. The practice closes with a 3-on-3 trapping drill designed to work both offensive and defensive skills.


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Practice 2

Coach Hurley uses this session to build his players' defensive skill set. They start with a 2-on-1 drill in the half court that morphs into a help and recover drill, which is followed by a full court lay up drill working on conditioning and technique.

The team then splits into guard and post position work. The guards work on ball handling fundamentals and dribbling around cones simulating screens, feeding various cuts and getting their own shots off the dribble.

The posts work on denying post flashes and post entry passes with fronting, and rebounding drills. The team then works on close outs and block out technique for rebounding. Coach uses detailed instruction to teach his players how to properly box out and pursue every rebound.

Hurley shows 4-on-4 shell to get offensive repetition while his defense works on communication and defending screens.





Practice 3

This session is heavy on full court action in order to review all aspects of everything covered in the prior practices.

Coach Hurley concentrates on full court transition, conditioning, power moves to finish at the rim, and box out technique drills. As Hurley continues to prep his team for the upcoming scrimmage, he uses this practice to show you how they work to defeat a zone defense designed to slow down and stagnate any man-to-man offense. The offense is taught to utilize the high post as a means to collapse the zone, with the high post looking to immediately pass to a drifting wing player sinking below the zone for an open shot.

He demonstrates how to "Flood" the defense when they try to press in the full court. Seven defenders are instructed to execute a 1-3-2-1 press against his five-man press break "Flood" Offense. He demonstrates how to prepare before your first big contest with a detailed 5-on-5 scrimmage that has a high energy level and leaves your team feeling good about the work they put in during practice.

This DVD will add more than 25 proven fundamental skills and team development drills to your arsenal.





251 minutes ~ 3 DVDs ~ NEW on February 21th, 2013 !


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"... In my opinion, this is a MUST-OWN for coaches! He is a teacher of the game, explains the how's and why's of everything he does, and I believe that's why he's been so successful ! ..."
Jordan Nelson; Iowa High School Boys Basketball Coach

About the Author: Coach Bob Hurley
All Access Basketball Practice 3-Pack DVDs with Bob Hurley
Robert Matthew "Bob" Hurley, Sr. (born July 3, 1947) is the basketball coach at St. Anthony High School in Jersey City, New Jersey. Hurley has amassed 26 state championships and more than 1000 wins in 39 years as a coach, creating a national powerhouse despite substandard facilities and financial limitations.

On February 2, 2011, Hurley became the 10th coach in high school history to win 1000 games. Five of his teams have gone undefeated, including his 2007-08 team. On April 5, 2010, he was announced as the only coach to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame that year and only the third high-school coach in history to be so honored; he was formally inducted on August 13 of that year.

Hurley is the father of Bobby Hurley, a former All-American point guard at Duke, and Danny Hurley, who was hired in April 2010 to coach Wagner College after years of coaching at Newark's Saint Benedict's Preparatory School, also one of the top high school programs in the nation. Danny has since hired Bobby as an assistant at Wagner.

Hurley's undefeated 1989 team, which featured Jerry Walker, Hurley's son Bobby, Terry Dehere, and Rodrick Rhodes, was ranked first in the nation by USA Today. Three of the players on that team — Bobby Hurley, Dehere and Rhodes — were first round draft choices in the NBA draft. That team won New Jersey's first Tournament of Champions and amassed 50 straight victories in a two-year span. It is generally considered one of the best teams in New Jersey history.


All Access Basketball Practice 3-Pack DVDs with Bob Hurley


Hurley's 2007-08 squad was also undefeated, finishing with 32 wins and no losses and ranked number one in the U.S. even though no starter is taller than 6'6". The '08 team, with six seniors accepting Division I basketball scholarships, also won Hurley's 10th Tournament of Champions, winning its state tournament games by an average of more than 27 points per game. The team also won St. Anthony's 25th state championship, more than any other school in U.S. history.

Hurley was the coach for 23 of those teams and an assistant coach on the other two. His teams are known for their speed, defensive intensity, and precise ball movement. He is known for his intense calls from the sideline to players during stoppages in play.



Robert "Bob" Hurley Senior's 2010 Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee



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Number of discs: 3
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DVD Release Date: NEW on February 21th, 2013 !
Run Time: 251 Minutes. 3-Pack


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All Access SMU Basketball Practice 4-Pack DVD with Larry Brown
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Southern Methodist University
Basketball Practice
4-Pack DVD
with Larry Brown


Larry Brown's multiple professional and collegiate coaching and playing stops have deeply intertwined him in the Kansas/UNC coaching trees. Brown's college basketball coach when he played at UNC, Dean Smith, was a player under legendary Kansas basketball coach Phog Allen, who in turn was coached at Kansas by James Naismith, the inventor of basketball.
Larry Brown then became head coach of Kansas himself and upon his departure was replaced by UNC alum Roy Williams, who later returned to coach at UNC. Current Kansas head coach Bill Self served as a graduate assistant under Brown at KU during the 1985–86 season which saw Kansas set a then-record for wins in a single season and the Jayhawks snapped a 12-year final four drought.

Also, current University of Kentucky head coach John Calipari was an assistant under Brown at Kansas. Former Kansas players Mark Turgeon and Tad Boyle, coaches of the University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Colorado at Boulder respectively, played for Brown at Kansas.

Danny Manning, who played for Brown at Kansas from 1984 to 1988, served as the Jayhawks' assistant coach under Self from 2007 to 2012 and is now the head coach at the University of Tulsa. Kevin Pritchard, the starting point guard on Kansas' 1988 NCAA Division I men's championship team with Manning and Brown, was coach/general manager of the ABA's Kansas City Knights as well as interim coach/general manager of the Portland Trail Blazers. He is the current director of player personnel with the Indiana Pacers.

Gregg Popovich also served as an assistant to Brown.


• Use the Shell Drill to teach offensive AND defensive concepts
   such as stagger screens, double cuts, and back screens
• Learn to use a line-formation to maintain a fast break attack
   versus a full court zone press
• Watch how SMU practices their position work in a split session format
• Features the 6th winningest coach in NBA history, Larry Brown


with Larry Brown, Southern Methodist University Head Coach;
distinguished member of the Basketball Hall of Fame (2002);
the sixth-winningest coach in NBA history (1,098 career victories);
former University of Kansas Head Coach
and coach of the Detroit Pistons and Charlotte Bobcats;
only head coach to win both an NCAA title (Kansas - 1998)
and an NBA Championship (Detroit - 2004)

In many of Championship Productions' All Access videos, coaches work with teams who know their system from past seasons. In this unique video, you will see NBA and NCAA championship coach Larry Brown introduce his system to a new team. Watch Coach Brown's initial practices as the head coach at SMU.

Disc 1

• Develop your guards' ability to attack with dribble penetration
• Learn to transition into the SMU pick and roll offense
   or various entry sets

This session focuses on Coach Brown raising his team's basketball IQ. Watch as Brown introduces his shell drill for both offense and defense. Brown does a variety of things in the shell drill set. In this set, the team defends cutters, screens, and post ups.


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Disc 2

• Develop a full court style of play with the "Carolina" and
   "Father Judge" transition drills
• Learn offensive sets and actions such as "Split" and
   "Double" in a half court 5v0 drill
• Discover a great way to enter into your offense against
   defensive pressure

Coach Brown works his team through his offensive and defensive concepts. He starts with fast break and shooting drills and then begin work on their offense. Mostly working without a defense, they get the kinks out by repeatedly going over the details of the plays.


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Disc 3

• Learn offensive breakdown drills for post players to emphasize
   scoring opportunities in the "3" offensive set
• Learn how SMU works under the basket out of bounds plays
• Discover a great way to practice defending cutters

In this disc, Larry Brown mixes things up a bit. The Mustang's work the shell game for extended time and put in time with shooting drills and transition before moving into position work in a split session. Coach Brown takes the guards and Assistant Head Coach Tim Jankovich takes the post players.

While the guards work on the Iverson Drill, the post players work on the pin in, the "fan and blast" and tending the goal by creating a wall. They finish up with some 5-on-0 offensive sets work.




Larry Brown's Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinement Speech



Disc 4

• Develop a full court style of play with a variety of transition drills
• Install your offensive system through a controlled, full court scrimmage
• Use competitive five minute games to raise performance
   while also working on special situations

After full court warm up drills and defensive work, Coach Brown gets into some 5-on-5 work for the first time in this series. See 5-on-5 line transition that works on matching up and organizing on both offense and defense. Through both proper execution and mistakes, Brown reinforces what he is trying to accomplish and what it takes to get there.

The improvement of Brown's team from disk to disk is impressive. Order now and get unprecedented access to a distinguished Hall of Fame coach teaching every aspect of basketball !

325 minutes ~ 4 DVDs ~ NEW on January 9th, 2013 !


Coach Larry Brown Thinks That Kentucky 'Could Beat About 15 NBA Teams'


About the Author: Larry Brown
All Access SMU Basketball Practice 4-Pack DVD with Larry Brown
Lawrence Harvey "Larry" Brown (born September 14, 1940) is an American basketball coach, who is currently the head coach at Southern Methodist University.
Before coaching, Brown played collegiately at the University of North Carolina and professionally in the ABA. He has been a college and professional basketball coach since 1972.

He has won over 1,000 professional games in the ABA and the NBA and is the only coach in NBA history to lead eight different teams to the playoffs. He is also the only person ever to coach two NBA franchises in the same season ( San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Clippers during the 1991-92 NBA season ).
He is 1,275–965 in his career. He is also the only coach in history to win both an NCAA National Championship (University of Kansas, 1988) and an NBA Championship (Detroit Pistons, 2004).

Brown was enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame as a coach on September 27, 2002 and is widely considered one of the greatest coaches in basketball history, although he has developed a reputation for constantly looking for better coaching opportunities and frequently switching teams or programs before the expiration of his contract.

Career history

As player:

New Orleans Buccaneers (1967-1968)
Oakland Oaks (1968-1969)
Washington Caps (1969-1970)
Virginia Squires (1970-1971)
Denver Rockets (1971–1972)

As coach:

Davidson Wildcats (1972)
Carolina Cougars (1972–1974)
Denver Nuggets (1974–1979)
UCLA Bruins (1979–1981)
New Jersey Nets (1981–1983)
Kansas Jayhawks (1983–1988)
San Antonio Spurs (1988–1992)
Los Angeles Clippers (1992–1993)
Indiana Pacers (1993–1997)
Philadelphia 76ers (1997–2003)
Detroit Pistons (2003–2005)
New York Knicks (2005–2006)
Charlotte Bobcats (2008–2010)
SMU Mustangs (2012–present)

Career highlights and awards

ABA Champion (1969)
ABA All-Star MVP (1968)
3× ABA All-Star (1968–1970)
All-ABA Second Team (1968)
3× ABA Coach of the Year (1973, 1975–1976)
NBA Coach of the Year (2001)
NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship: (1988)
Naismith College Coach of the Year (1988)
NBA Champion (2004 as coach)

Career ABA statistics

Points 4,229
Rebounds 1,005

Achievements

• 1973 Carolina Cougars: ABA Eastern Division regular season champions
• 1975 Denver Nuggets: ABA Western Division regular season champions
• 1976 Denver Nuggets: ABA regular season champions (single-division)
• 1977 Denver Nuggets: NBA Midwest Division Champions
• 1978 Denver Nuggets: NBA Midwest Division Champions
• 1980 UCLA: NCAA Championship Game
• 1984 Kansas: Big Eight Conference Tournament Champions
• 1986 Kansas: NCAA Final Four & Big Eight Conference &
   Tournament Champions
• 1988 Kansas: NCAA National Champions
• 1990 San Antonio Spurs: NBA Midwest Division Champions
• 1991 San Antonio Spurs: NBA Midwest Division Champions
• 1995 Indiana Pacers: NBA Central Division Champions
• 2001 Philadelphia 76ers: NBA Eastern Conference Champions
• 2004 Detroit Pistons: NBA Champions
• 2005 Detroit Pistons: NBA Eastern Conference Champions
• College: 1 National Championship, 3 Final Fours in 7 seasons
• Pro: 1 Championship, 3 Conference Championships, 10 Division
   Championships, 18 Playoff appearances in 26 seasons
• 1,098 career NBA wins




Larry Brown SMU Mens Basketball Coach interview by Tommy Smith
Legendary Larry Brown  talks hoops,   his mentors
and proteges as well as SMU Mustangs basketball.



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Number of discs: 4
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Robert Morris University
Basketball Practice
3-Pack DVD
with Andy Toole


"... Being a player really helped me coach !
I think being a player and being one who’s not too far removed from being a Division I athlete, I can understand what they’re going through really well.

I think a lot of us when we leave college, we all of a sudden believe that we never took a day off in practice or we started all of our papers three weeks in advance – and that’s not necessarily the case.

So I think being as young as I am can allow me to relate to some of the things that they’re going through and I have a real pulse on exactly what they’re doing on a day-to-day basis. ..."
Andy Toole

• Break down drills and habits used to teach and master
   the rescreen offense
• Learn ways to incorporate players making quick, good decisions
   in transition and on offense
• Learn how to utilize the whole floor and break out drills to help teach
   your players how to defend different screening actions
• See drills and techniques to make your practices competitive
   every dayto challenge your players
• Learn an offensive line series that gives you scoring options out
   of a 1-4 high set


with Andy Toole,
Robert Morris University Head Coach

Head Coach Andy Toole welcomes you to three days of intense, hardworking, no non-sense practices. Coach Toole gives you the inside look at how he develops his team on the offensive and defensive end.

With each practice Toole poses a new challenge to his players and he pushes them to meet that challenge and give a little more each day. Coach Toole demonstrates his use of statistical analysis and competitive spirit with each drill they incorporate in practice. You will love his intense nature and practice build-up that includes game-like intensity and structure.


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Practice 1:

• Learn how to screen and re-screen to keep the defense from cheating on plays
• See defensive breakdown drills to develop technique for multiple positions
• Establish a culture of closing out using different breakdown drills
• See the "Daily Dozen," a lay up drill that works on footwork and finishing
   around the basketball

Coach Toole opens up his first practice by demonstrating how they build up their defensive philosophy. He provides you with various drills that challenges his defense to make offensive players uncomfortable. Coach breaks out into split squads and takes full advantage of his practice time to incorporate as many reps possible in each drill.




On the offensive end, he uses station drills and his daily dozen drills to help improve dribble penetration moves within their offensive system. With each drive, Coach Toole teaches his players how to execute each cut and where the open man will be for a kick out. On both ends of the floor, he instills a good, quick decision making process and emphasizes that you must be able to think quickly to be successful at the collegiate level.


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Practice 2:

• Utilize disadvantage elements in your shell drills from different angles
• Learn transition drills to target specific actions in fast break basketball
• Use stations to teach defensive concepts such as handling UCLA cuts,
   back screens, and cross screens
• Learn set plays from RMU's "Line" series




This practice is packed with drills that combine working on fundamental skills, improving conditioning, and automating several options of the 2-man-game. Coach Toole spends most of the time teaching offensive movement, sets, and actions in order for his players to be game ready. He incorporates more 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 competitive drills.

During practice, each drill has a certain point value and he charts which team wins every day in order to make his players practice with a competitive edge just as they would in a game situation. You will get a chance to see how they teach new set plays and how they flow into their main re-screen offensive motion.





Coach will demonstrate their line series in a 5-on-0 setting, then have his players turn right around and get three possessions running each set. He wants them to understand how to beat a pressure defense by moving the basketball, cutting hard through the middle of the lane, and getting the ball into the post off of their re-screen action. You will see a great progressive build up on the offensive end during their second day of practice.

Practice 3:

• Defensive stations working on different aspects of how to play different
   offensive situations
• See how to use a controlled 5-on-5 scrimmage to work on offense
• Teach post players to carve out space on perimeter drives and always
   ask for the ball `showing their numbers'





Coach Toole puts his players through an intense workout to see who will step up to meet their challenges and expectations. Practice 3 is again packed with great drills for both offense and defense. Everything Coach Toole does is aimed at challenging his players to work at the highest level, as well as to automate offensive options and defensive rotations.

Almost every defensive drill of the 2-hour practice incorporates the element of disadvantage. On every rebound, closeout, box out, or defensive transition, the defense is under pressure to react quickly and correctly. On offense, the prevailing theme is "penetrate and kick-out". Every possession coach wants his players to attack the defense, find open teammates, and make strong passes.




Today's stations focus on the defensive end, as the players work on the details of guarding hand-offs, weak side back screens, and stagger screens. Coach Toole revisits 4-on-4 shell drill, reaction shell drill, re-screening offense, and also teaches two more options of his 1-4 "Line" set.

Coach Toole does an excellent job teaching his players how to create a mentality of attacking their opponents on the offensive and defensive end. He works hard to get his players to play with great energy and always compete in practice so that they compete at a high level during their games.

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All Access RMU Basketball Practice 3-Pack DVD with Andy Toole


About the Author: Andy Toole
All Access RMU Basketball Practice 3-Pack DVD with Andy Toole
Andrew Toole (born September 11, 1980 in Staten Island, New York) is an American basketball head coach. He has served as the head coach at Robert Morris University since May 11, 2010 and is currently the youngest head coach in Division I basketball at 30 years old. Toole had served as an assistant coach at Lafayette College and Robert Morris prior to accepting his first head coaching position. As a player, Toole played at Elon University before transferring to the University of Pennsylvania.

Playing career

While at Penn, Toole helped guide the Quakers to consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances in 2002 and 2003. He served as co-captain for the 2002-03 Quaker team that finished the regular season 22-6. Over his four-year career at Elon and Penn, he averaged 12.3 points per game, while also contributing 3.0 assists and rebounds per game.

Coaching career

Following his graduation from the University of Penn, Toole spent two years with the Hoop Group, a major AAU high school exposure camp, in Neptune City, New Jersey. He then took up his first assistant coaching job at Lafayette College in 2006.

Robert Morris

After only one season at Lafayette, Toole moved west and accepted an assistant coaching job with Robert Morris University under now-Rutgers University head coach Mike Rice Jr.. Toole helped guide the Colonials to two straight NCAA Tournament berths in 2009 and 2010, where they were the 15th seed each time. When Rice left for Rutgers following the 2009-10 season, Robert Morris Director of Athletics Craig Coleman named Toole the 8th head coach in the basketball program's 34 years of existence on May 11, 2010.

"I'm unbelievably excited to be the head coach at Robert Morris University," Toole said during his press conference at the Charles L. Sewall Center. "I take that honor very seriously, and I'm going to work incredibly hard and tirelessly to prove those people right while continuing to build on the success that we've had over the last three years." With his appointment, Toole became the youngest head coach in men's Division I basketball, and the fifth head coach with ties to the Hoop Group, following Rice (Rutgers), Greg Vetrone (Fairleigh Dickinson), Chuck Martin (Marist), and Jesse Agel (Brown).

Toole earned his first head coaching victory on November 13, 2010 against St. Peter's College, a 55-30 triumph at the Sewall Center. The win also set a new school record for points allowed in a game, besting the previous mark of 34 points allowed.

Andy Toole about Basketbal...

"...  From a difficult loss you need to learn that it's worth it to work as hard as we work, and to buy in to what the coaches are telling them to do. Eventually, all the hard work will pay off and you'll have a chance to go realize your dreams. ..."

"... Going through tough situations can help down the road and you hope it helps a lot. You hope that times when you're uncomfortable and face adversity and been in situations—whether it's crowd noise, officiating, tough bounces, whatever it may be—so that when you get in those situations and its of the utmost importance, it's not abnormal, it's normal. ..."

"... I don't think about the future much at all. I think about how to make our team the best that it can be every day – are we maximizing our time on the floor, time in the video room, time in the weight room, to make sure that our players can be successful. That's my most important thing. If you're not worried about doing the job you currently have for as long as someone will let you do it, then you're not going to be very successful at it. ..."




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