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« Reply #43 on: Mar 19, 2017, 01:48:35 AM »

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Bruce Weber's Open Practice

4-Pack Basketball Coaching DVD

with Bruce Weber


Basketball Coaching DVDs:
Bruce Weber's Open Practice
4-Pack Basketball Coaching NEW DVD con Bruce Weber


• Disc 1: Building a Defensive Mindset ~ 70 minutes + Bonus material. 2017
• Disc 2: Man, Zone & Transition Offensive Drills ~ 170 minutes + Bonus material (2 DVDs). 2017
• Disc 3: Player Development Drills for the Ball Screen Offense! 141 minutes + Bonus material (2 DVDs). 2017
• Disc 4: Strength Training & Conditioning Drills ~ 108 minutes + Bonus material. 2017.


Open Practice: Building a Defensive Mindset


Open Practice: Building a Defensive Mindset with Bruce Weber

Build your team defense through the shell drill!

• Get variations of the shell drill that teach defending actions, help side defense, ball screen defense, and defensive rebounding
• Rotate defenders to stop dribble penetration to help on drives without giving up open shots on the next pass
• Fight through the "New York" action to avoid getting caught in challenging screen-the-screener actions

Read the Full Review with the 4 videos Full Live Footage,
download the drills and order here: http://bit.ly/2mMSiMP


with Bruce Weber,
Kansas State University Head Coach;
2013 Big 12 Coach of the Year;
former University of Illinois Head Coach;
2005 Naismith 'College Coach of the Year' Award;
2005 NCAA National Runner-up;
2x Big Ten Championship Coach

At the beginning of every season, high school coaches understand the struggle of trying to install enough of their defensive system to be successful by the first game. With limited time, decisions must be made on which defensive fundamentals get prioritized and how they can be efficiently taught.

Bruce Weber demonstrates how he approaches this same challenge with shell drills that will develop the team concept of his man-to-man defensive system. With modern basketball, stopping dribble penetration must be a collective effort. In this video, you will learn how to help through defensive rotations in addition to shutting down a variety of on-ball and off-ball screens.

Breakdown

The strategies behind coordinating the rotations of all five defenders are diagrammed in a lecture segment where Coach Weber explains the most important concepts of his man-to-man defense. He describes how they build on basic defensive concepts - closeouts and positioning - using the shell drill. From there, his teams build up into help side defense, rotations off of a drive and kick, jumping to the ball, and being on the line of the ball.

As his teams progress and get better each day, he continues to use the shell drill to build his team defense philosophy. By using 3v3 and 4v4 shell drill, players have to concentrate on guarding more ground and getting into the right position to help each other.

Coach Weber builds all the way up to 5v5 shell defense and is able to teach schemes and defending different actions and situations players will see during the season. You'll see how to help on "alley" drives down the lane and how to stop dribble penetration along the baseline. Beyond stopping the ball, you will learn how teammates take away the next pass by sinking to the line of the ball.

Individual Build-Up Drills

To help build his shell defense, Coach Weber focuses on individual defensive segments within practice. Players progress from working on maintaining proper position against ball and player movement all the way up to guarding complex offensive actions. From 2v2 and 3v3 guarding the ball screen, to individual post defense, Coach Weber is able to teach detail and technique his players need to become a force on the defensive end of the floor. Each drill is designed to be competitive with a winner and a loser to help reinforce the idea that defense wins championships.

Full Court

Coach Weber outlines a variety of full court drills to help build his team's pressure. In 4v4 full court shell, players are forced to contain in the open court and work to stunt. This helps slow the offensive player down and force them to give the ball up, allowing his team to get set in the half court.

The rotations for stopping alley drives are demonstrated in addition to how Kansas State defends high ball screens and dribble hand-offs. Your players will learn how to chase cutters off wide pin downs and flare screens. The techniques and team concepts for defending common screening plays such as Floppy or single-double screens, Horns and the New York screen-the-screener action are also included.

Coach Weber also shows how you can apply these concepts at game-speed with several competitive drill formats. These competitive drills develop defensive toughness, get players to go hard, and allow you to emphasize important teaching points with your scoring system. It also gives you a chance to evaluate if your team is game-ready with the additional tempo and chaos created with full-court play.

Even teams with less athletic players can limit their opponents' shots at the rim. This video from Coach Weber will give you the tools your team need to limit dribble penetration.

70 minutes + Bonus material. 2017.


Open Practice: Man, Zone & Transition Offensive Drills


Open Practice: Man, Zone & Transition Offensive Drills

A complete guide to breakdown drills that teach Bruce Weber's half court offense!

• See a complete practice that includes half court offense, skill development, zone offense, and transition offense
• Generate ball and player movement in your zone offense to create shot opportunities by confusing your opponent's match-up responsibilities
• Utilize multiple scoring options off of the ball screen, return options for players to score out of the corner, and skip/reversal action coming off the screen

Read the Full Review with the 4 videos Full Live Footage,
download the drills and order here: http://bit.ly/2mMSiMP


with Bruce Weber,
Kansas State University Head Coach;
2013 Big 12 Coach of the Year;
former University of Illinois Head Coach;
2005 Naismith 'College Coach of the Year' Award;
2005 NCAA National Runner-up;
2x Big Ten Championship Coach

Bruce Weber leaves nothing out of this video when it comes to offense. He demonstrates both offensive concepts and breakdown drills that you can use to include in your ball screen motion offense.

Transition Drills

Coach Weber gives you eight great ideas for getting players in shape while working on your transition offense. Through transition build drills and 5v5 touch, players work on pushing the ball up the floor to hit their primary breaks. If kick ups are not open, Coach Weber looks to use their ball screen offense to score right away before the defense can get set.

Various situations are broken down with drills from 1-on-1 attacks from a quick pass up the court, to attacking with ball screens in 5-on-5 early offense. These practice drills will show you several unique twists on how to simulate advantage-disadvantage situations in transition. This suite of fast break drills will create the instincts your team needs for spreading the floor and playing fast.

Zone Offense

See Coach Weber's zone offense in action through several scrimmage segments. Weber progresses from 4-on-4 scrimmages to 5-on-5 to help players understand how they can attack space in the zone with drives and cuts. This offense will help your posts get looks with overload situations and the constant movement of perimeter players will keep the defense scrambled throughout the entire possession. Your players will also learn how to surprise opponents with weak side flashes into the high post and filling out to gaps created by misdirection dribbles that distort the zone.

5v5 Srimmage

The best way to look at Kansas State's ball screen offense is to see it live in practice. Coach Weber uses a big chunk of practice having his team go up and down the floor flowing right into their half court offense. You get a detailed look at how Coach Weber teaches his ball screen offense. The coaching staff lets players play through mistakes before going back and outlining where mistakes were made and how to correct them.

Coach Weber gives you knowledge in how to install offensive concepts in a short amount of time. From zone offense and inbound plays to transition offense, this video is packed with nuggets to help your team be ready for competition.

170 minutes + Bonus material (2 DVDs). 2017.


Player Development Drills for the Ball Screen Offense


Player Development Drills for the Ball Screen Offense

Teach players how to score from a variety of screening situations!

• Teach your post players to finish at the rim in practical game situations
• Learn how to space off dribble penetration to find open shots or new gaps to attack off the dribble
• Combine multiple screening actions in your offense to lose defenders and create advantage situations

Read the Full Review with the 4 videos Full Live Footage,
download the drills and order here: http://bit.ly/2mMSiMP


with Bruce Weber,
Kansas State University Head Coach;
2013 Big 12 Coach of the Year;
former University of Illinois Head Coach;
2005 Naismith 'College Coach of the Year' Award;
2005 NCAA National Runner-up;
2x Big Ten Championship Coach

Bruce Weber runs a multi-dimensional ball screen motion offense that incorporates a variety of screening actions to keep the ball and players moving. To establish the skills and instincts needed to run the diversity of options in this offense, he has tailored his skill development to strictly reflect the methods of scoring his players will use in games.

In preparation for a summer trip to play in Europe, Coach Weber takes you inside basketball practice at Kansas State. This open practice demonstrates an expansive list of breakdown drills that will teach players how to operate off ball screens, dribble penetration, wide pin downs, flare screens, and more. Additionally, Weber includes a lecture segment to give you detailed insight into his philosophy regarding structuring practice plans.

Ball Screen Drills

See how Kansas State trains their post and perimeter players through multiple pick & roll scenarios with the use of breakdown drills. Posts train their scoring options against different tactics that opponents might use to defend side ball screen and middle ball screens. Within these breakdown drills, you'll learn strategies for teams that try to "ice" side ball screens, and switching defenses. You will see five scoring options for posts off middle ball screens by using either the pop or short roll that range from long distance jumpers to post-ups at the rim. Guards work on making the next pass off middle ball screens for open jump shots or drives against closeouts.

Finishing Drills

Post players go through a segment of drills to help them finish at the rim through different situations. Several variations of the classic Mikan drill are demonstrated to help players develop touch on their layups. Posts learn three different finishes to score from the "Room" position along the baseline. Three additional scoring moves are taught for finishing strong on offensive rebounds. You will also learn drills for teaching your bigs how to space off baseline penetration and score from the high post.

Closeout to 1-on-1 is a competitive drill that challenges your players to quickly react on a baseline drive by lifting off the block and then attacking a closeout to score. Your posts will also learn how to use leverage to find a scoring advantage in the low post with the 7 Second Booty Ball drill.

Dribble Penetration

Guard-specific skill drills focus on the drive and kick game. You will work on the technique to make your players' drives lower and more explosive for either pull-up jump shots or strong finishes at the rim. Players also learn how to space off dribble penetration to create their own scoring advantages. The 3-on-0 Step Off Passing Drill teaches players how to coordinate their movements with baseline drives and middle drives to find open shots. Five layers of the attacking closeouts drill will show you how to create space and score off drives down the lane. You will also see drills that show guards how to apply their drive and kick concepts to zone offense by attacking gaps and using the misdirection dribble.

Transition

Six skill development drills help both your post and perimeter players score to their strengths in transition. Breakdown drills will help post players develop the hands needed to catch over-the-top passes while rim running. Your inbounder can also become a scoring threat with drills that teach them to pull up into jump shots on the run or rip into aggressive drives to the basket. Bigs learn how to create seals for early post feeds from the wing or high-lows from the trailer. Two drills will help your guards learn how to play off advance passes that afford them open shots or space to drive.

Offensive Actions

The ball screen motion is dissected into the fundamental scoring actions that fuel this offense. These snap shots demonstrate how you can sequence multiple screening actions into highly effective scoring opportunities. Coach Weber teaches post players to change the angle of their screens in a two-man game. You'll see how you can connect back screens, wide pin downs, or flares into ball screens to arrive without the screen defender. The Floppy to Florida breakdown shows you how this offense can reverse the ball into immediate screens that don't allow the defense any chance to recover.

Over nine different combinations of off-ball screens and pick & rolls are given through post-specific breakdown drills. Perimeter players also demonstrate the effectiveness of wide pin downs and flares. The combination of these two actions, along with the multiple opportunities for the cutter created by each screen, can leave even the best defenders trailing in your dust as they are caught taking the wrong step.

Improve your players' skills with Coach Weber's skill development today!

141 minutes + Bonus material (2 DVDs). 2017


Strength Training & Conditioning Drills


Open Practice: Strength Training & Conditioning Drills

Structure two full basketball-focused strength training workouts from warm up to cool down!

• See a lower body work out that details how to be explosive and keep players moving
• Learn exercises to work on upper body strength and basketball-specific movements
• Set up a workout to create the potential for post-activation potentiation

Read the Full Review with the 4 videos Full Live Footage,
download the drills and order here: http://bit.ly/2mMSiMP


with Bruce Weber,
Kansas State University Head Coach;
2013 Big 12 Coach of the Year;
former University of Illinois Head Coach;
2005 Naismith 'College Coach of the Year' Award;
2005 NCAA National Runner-up;
2x Big Ten Championship Coach

All basketball programs are looking for an edge on the court. Most find that edge in the weight room. Through tough, physical training, players are able to play at peak performance. In this video, you'll see how Bruce Weber utilizes his strength training coaches to build athletes to play at the top level of college basketball.

Strength and conditioning coach Luke Sauber starts off the video with a discussion covering his workout plan for the video. He covers each portion of the workout and how it translates into the game of basketball. Using a white board, he lays out the rotations and repetitions he uses, specific areas being worked, and how they translate into the game of basketball.

Lower Body Workout

The first of the two days of strength training conducted by Coach Sauber deals with developing leg strength and explosiveness. After a generalized warm-up routine, a more specific warm-up routine follows that is designed to get the legs fired up and ready for a full workout.

The workout is broken into three blocks. The first block is designed as a plyometric program, one that is targeted at increasing speed and agility. As the plyometric workout progresses, it goes from working the core, to increasing mobility, to developing explosiveness.

The last two blocks build around the strength program. The trap bar deadlift is an exercise that gets the emphasis for the day's workout. Included in the workout's final two blocks are a series of medicine ball drills that are designed to increase explosiveness, power, and core strength required to become an explosive basketball player.

Upper Body Workout

During days in which the upper body is the focus of work in the weight room, power is the main emphasis. Starting with the bench press, the design in preparing for the trip to Europe has to do with maintaining gains made in the off-season program to improve upon testing results.

Post activation potentiation is activated when moving into work with a 20-pound medicine ball following bench presses. While the 20-pound ball doesn't sound heavy, the ball seems to weigh more because of the exhaustion of the arms. This is then followed by cable rotations designed to increase core strength.

The finishers of the upper-body workout are two team drills designed to build up atmosphere and energy during the workout. A team push-up drill takes place followed by a team defensive stance drill to make this happen. Not only does a workout need to maximize athletic performance, it also needs to increase team morale and commitment to the team.

This KSU basketball strength and conditioning program will give you a collections of new ideas to produce results for your team!

108 minutes + Bonus material. 2017.

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and order the video!


489 minutes + Bonus material. (4 DVDs) 2017

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« Reply #42 on: Nov 20, 2016, 11:16:25 PM »


Defend, Rebound and Run

Open Practice Basketball

3-Pack NEW DVD with Grey Giovanine


Open Practice: Ball Pressure Defense Drills

20 defensive breakdown and situational drills to teach man-to-man defense!

• Learn a numbered naming convention used to communicate what type of defense is to be run, and, at what level of the floor (pressure level)
• Develop better on-ball defenders with a series of defensive drills to minimize breakdowns against dribble penetration
• Learn four strategies for defending ball screens to take away the pick & roll versus any opponent
• Includes marker board breakdown, on-court demonstration and game film analysis

with Grey Giovanine,
Augustana College Head Men's Coach;
2015 NCAA DIII Runner-Up;
2015 Basketball Times National Coach of the Year;
Back-to-Back CCIW regular season and tournament Champions (2015-16).
Overall has led Augustana to seven regular season and five tournament championships;
6x CCIW Coach of the Year;
Ranked 3rd in final 2016 D3hoops.com national ranking!

Augustana has become a perennially dominant team in Division III college basketball with their core principles of defending, rebounding, and running. In this video, you will learn how Coach Giovanine develops a team defense that is capable of consistently holding opponents to one contested jump shot or less. You will learn the fundamentals of this man-to-man defensive system through lecture, game film, and practice drills.

From building your defense from the stance, to 1v1 drill to team drills, you will see everything you need to build a championship man-to-man defense. You'll see how Giovanine gets his players to stay in proper stance with drills such as Shadow and Slide, Run, Slide and, you will see how he builds his defense into 2-on-1, 2-on-2 to teach defensive closeouts, ball screens and post defense. Finally, you'll learn how Coach Giovanine teaches the 4-on-4 shell drill and his transition defense.

Defensive Philosophy

Giovanine outlines the hallmarks of his Augustana program and the "Defend, Rebound, and Run" philosophy. Talking points include:

• Simplifying the game to its core 6 elements in an attempt to build the most complete team each season.
• State the program's identity and how it factors into the style of play utilized on game days.
• List the defensive cornerstones and how they relate to a group of 5 acting as 1.
• Define the traits that can define the program and can be used to track success as it pertains to defensive strategy.

Teaching Stance

A strong team defense begins with the fundamentals you establish in your players. The Illinois D series will improve the mobility of your defenders. Your opponents will have a hard time shaking your players as they enhance their ability to stick with the ball through five practice drills.

Building Your Defense

Giovanine gives you the keys to effectively build your defense using breakdown drills. If you need a drill that can efficiently teach multiple defensive concepts, look no further than the 1-on-1 Operational drill. Players work on denial defense, helping on dribble penetration, close outs, and on-ball defense. Develop strong defenders on the block with two drills that teach seven different facets of post defense. Two practice drills force your players into constant closeouts to teach them how to prevent open shots while not giving up dribble penetration.

Transition Defense

Your defensive stand begins the second your opponent rebounds the ball. Quickly getting back in transition to set up your defense is critical. Being able to withstand a numbers disadvantage in the early seconds of a possession separate great defenses from the rest. Three transition defense drills, such as 3-on-2 Chaser, will train your players how to succeed in these scenarios. The Tip to Perfect Defense drill is the ultimate test to determine if your team is ready for game competition. You will see if your team can execute defensive fundamentals amidst the chaos of transition.

Shell Drill

The ultimate way to install your team defense is with the Shell Drill. Giovanine works through four progressions of the Shell Drill that have his players focusing on positioning, anticipation, defending perimeter exchanges, and rotating to stop baseline drives. These progressions culminate in the Perfect Defense drill that challenges your team to maintain flawless defense for an entire possession.

Coach Giovanine gives you everything you need to be an elite defensive team. From building your defense from the stance to 1v1 drill to team drills, this video gives you everything you need to build a championship defense.

Click here to read the Full Review with the Full Live Footage, download the drills and order the video!

76 minutes. 2016

Entering his 18th year at the helm of Augustana Vikings men’s basketball, head coach Grey Giovanine has firmly established his program as one of the best in all of NCAA Division III. The 2015 Basketball Times National Coach of the Year after leading the 2014-15 Vikings to a 27-5 record, College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin regular season and tournament titles and an appearance in the NCAA Division III championship game, he has compiled a record of 340-123 (.734) in his first 17 seasons. 
In 2015-16, Giovanine became Augustana’s all-time winningest men’s basketball coach, as his Vikings posted a 29-2 record, won both College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin regular season and tournament titles and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III Tournament. The team’s record equaled the best in school history—as well as the best ever by a CCIW outfit—and the 56 wins from 2014-16 are the program’s most ever in consecutive seasons. In this picture from Athletics Augustana presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis

Entering his 18th year at the helm of Augustana Vikings men’s basketball, head coach Grey Giovanine has firmly established his program as one of the best in all of NCAA Division III. The 2015 Basketball Times National Coach of the Year after leading the 2014-15 Vikings to a 27-5 record, College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin regular season and tournament titles and an appearance in the NCAA Division III championship game, he has compiled a record of 340-123 (.734) in his first 17 seasons.

In 2015-16, Giovanine became Augustana’s all-time winningest men’s basketball coach, as his Vikings posted a 29-2 record, won both College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin regular season and tournament titles and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III Tournament. The team’s record equaled the best in school history—as well as the best ever by a CCIW outfit—and the 56 wins from 2014-16 are the program’s most ever in consecutive seasons.



Open Practice: Rebounding and Mental Toughness Drills

Detailed strategies for winning the rebounding battle in all phases of the game!

• Identify the 6 types of rebounding scenarios and the techniques that can be applied to each in order to secure more boards
• Check and chase in a variety of defensive scenarios to limit your opponent to a single shot attempt
• Learn to offensive rebound from multiple positions on the floor to give your team second-chance scoring opportunities
• Includes marker board breakdown, on-court demonstration and game film analysis

with Grey Giovanine,
Augustana College Head Men's Coach;
2015 NCAA DIII Runner-Up;
2015 Basketball Times National Coach of the Year;
Back-to-Back CCIW regular season and tournament Champions (2015-16).
Overall has led Augustana to seven regular season and five tournament championships;
6x CCIW Coach of the Year;
Ranked 3rd in final 2016 D3hoops.com national ranking!

How do I get multiple possessions on offense? How do I limit my opponents' possessions?

The answer to those common questions is by being an elite rebounding team. Augustana head coach Grey Giovanine's motto is, "when the ball is in the air, the war begins." This critical aspect to the game strengthens team defense and ignites fast break offense. This emphasis on rebounding has helped Augustana be a consistent league-leader in rebounding margin and get second chance opportunities on 39% of their misses!

Through marker board breakdown, on-court demonstration and game film analysis, you will learn how Giovanine uses individual and team drills to developing the rebounding technique, positioning, and toughness required to achieve the `one-shot-and-done' goal.

Rebounding Philosophy

Perfecting the fundamentals is critical before you can expect any skill to translate into the game. Giovanine outlines the different rebounding scenarios and the program philosophy behind his team's gang-rebounding approach. Talking points include:

• Identifying 6 specific types of rebounding scenarios and providing players with proven techniques when faced with each specific situation.
• Understanding the statistical importance behind offensive rebounding and how shooting percentages increase by nearly 20% on every offensive put-back opportunity.
• How charting rebounding efforts in practice and awarding a "Chairman of the Boards" can provide motivation and incentive for players

Defensive Rebounding

Learn how to rebound whether you are on the ball or on the weak or strong side. Four defensive-oriented drills will teach your players how to "check and chase" after the rebound from multiple game-like situations.

• The 3-on-3 Closeout Rebound drill - Challenges your players to quickly sprint out from the paint to make contact with their match-up.
• The Power Rebound drill - Learn to neutralize a bigger player by creating a "stand off."
• The Superman drill - Develops a mindset to fly after the ball to secure a "range rebound."
• The "Triangle Rebounding" drill - Puts your players in a defensive help situation for them to establish the instincts required to find rebounding match-ups to deny offensive rebounds and second-chance points.

Offensive Rebounding

Giovanine shows you three drills for practicing offensive moves to use when crashing the boards. You'll learn techniques such as the "spin" or "swim" for your posts to gain position for a rebound on the strong side block. Your players will improve at sealing on the weak side block for long rebounds. The Run to Rim Drill teaches perimeter players how to defeat a block out to steal some offensive rebounds.

With a program built upon the "Defend, Rebound, and Run" mantra, Coach Giovanine gives you everything you need to be an elite rebounding team in this video. Drills evolve from imaginary simulation to live 1-on-1 and 1-on-2 scenarios and will help you create a dominating rebounding culture within your team.

Click here to read the Full Review with the Full Live Footage, download the drills and order the video!

55 minutes. 2016.




Open Practice: High Intensity Team Transition Drills


Wear down opponents with a relentless fast break attack!
• Sharpen your passing with four practice drills to attack with precision in your fast break
• Play off penetration in the secondary break to stress the defense with maximum spacing
• See the Wide and Punch continuity offense sets, and how these spread-the-floor, dribble-drive based attacks allow ball handlers to get 'downhill' on aggressive drives to the rim
• Includes marker board breakdown, on-court demonstration and game film analysis

with Grey Giovanine,
Augustana College Head Men's Coach;
2015 NCAA DIII Runner-Up;
2015 Basketball Times National Coach of the Year;
Back-to-Back CCIW regular season and tournament Champions (2015-16).
Overall has led Augustana to seven regular season and five tournament championships;
6x CCIW Coach of the Year;
Ranked 3rd in final 2016 D3hoops.com national ranking!

Coach Grey Giovanine has led Augustana College through over a decade of dominance in Division III basketball. With a program built upon a "Defend, Rebound, and Run" mantra, transition offense is one of the three pillars to his team's success. Giovanine shows you how he develops a high-octane, fast-break attack that seeks that wears down opponents at an alarming rate.

This video offers a complete presentation with lecture, game film, and practice footage to show you the strategies and drills that build an up-tempo transition offense. See how Giovanine gets his players to go from fast break situations, to secondary break, to continuity offense. He also gives you breakdown drills to help improve your team passing and to teach players their lane assignments.

Fundamentals Necessary to be a Great Transition Team

More than 15 exercises are on display in this open-practice video showing how Giovanine instills an attacking, aggressive mentality into his players. Segments range from passing drills that will improve your players' accuracy and ability to handle defensive pressure, to 3v0 player fast breaks that places rigorous demands on players to execute fundamentals such as passing, spacing, jump stops, and finishing at the rim. Teaching points include:

• Emphasizing, through drills, the motto of `fake a pass to make a pass' and how it leads to better accuracy.
• How spreading the floor, filling lanes, and passing ahead can lead to the ball beating defenders down the court for an easy score.

Primary Break

Learn how to score in under 4 seconds with options in the primary fast break. Giovanine walks players through how to outlet the ball and two options for advancing the ball quickly by passing up the sideline or crossing "Main Street." Players demonstrate the entire primary break progression with the 5 Lane Run drill. See how your players can change roles to maximize efficiency when a perimeter player other than the point guard gets the rebound. You will also find solutions for correcting spacing issues when players run the same lane in transition.

Secondary Break

Giovanine gives you the keys to effectively perform a secondary break when your fast break options are taken away. See how to penetrate the defense with a relentless series of dribble drives and cuts off post feeds. Find out how to quickly enter the ball into the post and rotate players with Laker cuts to occupy the defense. Learn how to play off options created from kick outs by the post.

You'll see how to properly space off dribble penetration and how to connect sequential dribble drives to break down the defense. Maintain a consistent attack throughout the game by running - even on made baskets.

Continuity Offense

You will get to see two of Augustana's continuity offense sets. Additionally, you'll learn how to use "Punch" ball screens to strike before the defense is prepared. A 5-on-0 demonstration and the Circle the Wagons drill will show you how to snap into the Wide and ball screen continuity offenses should the defense manage to stop your fast break.

Coach Giovanine gives you everything you need to instill an effective running game with your team. From fast break situations, to secondary break situations to getting into continuity offense - if you want to score in 4 seconds or less, this video is a `must-have!'

59 minutes. 2016

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190 minutes ~ 3-Pack DVD. 2016

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Open Basketball Practice with Steve Prohm

2-Pack NEW DVD with Steve Prohm


Learn the secrets to Coach Prohm's first year success at Iowa State!

• Learn individual and team closeout drills to apply relentless pressure on the ball and limit dribble penetration
• Use effective breakdown drills to build your half court team defense>br /> • See half court ball screen actions that will get your best players shots and improve your offensive efficiency

with Steve Prohm,
Iowa State University Head Coach;
2016 Sweet Sixteen;
former Murray State University Head Coach;
2012 Joe B. Hall National Coach of the Year
(top 1st-year coach in D1 college basketball);
3x Ohio Valley Conference Champions,
2x OVC Coach of the Year

In his first year as head coach (2016), Steve Prohm led Iowa State to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament. The Cyclones were an offensive powerhouse that were nationally ranked throughout the entire season. He has won 20 or more games in each of his first five seasons as a head coach, and his 23 wins tied for the third-most for a first-year head coach in Big 12 history. Through the 2016 season, Coach Prohm owns the sixth-best winning percentage among active DI head coaches.

This Open Practice features Coach Prohm's first practices as the new head coach of Iowa State and the time period when he needed to introduce everything to his players for the first time. It provides a rare in-depth look inside the strategies and drills behind Iowa State's offensive and defensive systems.

Coach Prohm demonstrates 17 drills he uses to develop a tough-minded defense that strives to prevent easy baskets. Additionally, you will see a variety of aspects related to Iowa State's offense including their fast break system, half court sets, inbound plays and zone offense.

Warm-Up Drills

Practices begin with a wide variety of warm-up drills that focus on running the floor, passing, catching, shooting and finishing at the basket. These drills will get your players moving and ready to play while developing the essential skills needed for offensive execution.

Closeout Drills

Coach Prohm demonstrates five practice drills that focus on the fundamentals of closing out to the ball. Full Court Closeouts will have players using the whole court to individually focus on breaking down to the ball and exploding with their defensive slides. Players will learn how to integrate closeouts into other defensive movements, such as sprinting to help or cutting off dribble penetration in the Triangle Slides drill. The Partner Closeout drill improve your players' on-ball pressure to maximize their ability to be disruptive defenders.

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Head coach Steve Prohm cuts down the net after his team defeated Tennessee State 54-52 in an NCAA college basketball championship game of the Ohio Valley Conference tournament in Nashville, Tenn. In this photograph from AP by Wadw Payne presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis .


Head coach Steve Prohm cuts down the net after his team defeated Tennessee State 54-52 in an NCAA college basketball championship game of the Ohio Valley Conference tournament in Nashville, Tenn.



Half Court Defensive Drills

You'll learn nine drills that break down a variety of elements necessary to build your man-to-man defense. These drills teach concepts such as helping in the post, denying passes, preventing dribble penetration, "icing" ball screens, and fighting through different off-ball screens. Many of these drills teach multiple defensive concepts at the same time.

In the 1-on-0 Dig the Post drill, players practice how to closeout, pressure the passer, dig on the post, stunt at dribble penetration, and contain the dribble with defensive slides. Another multi-purpose drill, the 3-on-3 Positioning Drill, trains players how to jump to the ball, stunt and recover, help and recover on baseline drives, and deny cutters. Two different drills challenge your players to scramble through 4-on-3 disadvantage situations. These are great for getting your players to increase their alertness, force them to communicate, and teach them defensive priorities such as protecting the ball and the rim when outnumbered.

Transition Defense

Stopping the opposing team from scoring easy buckets is a must if you want to be a great defensive team. Three drills teach multiple phases of defending in fast break situations. The 3-on-2 to 3-on-3 Live drill has players work through disadvantage situations in addition to covering space and stopping the ball in 3-on-3 situations. Establish roles for your players in transition defense with the 5-on-3 Get Back drill.

Offense

Learn the primary options to Iowa State's transition offense with the 5-on-0 Early Break. These include actions such as scoring off dribble drive actions such as Loop and Pinch, inside-out play through the post, and setting early ball screens with Coach Prohm's Quick One and Quick Down plays. You will also learn how he creates opportunities for his players to play in space with several half-court sets. These plays feature different ways of freeing up your best scorer with ball screens in addition to other screening actions such as stagger screens.

Coach Prohm installs two inbound plays from the sideline and baseline and his Slash zone offense. For teams that are more perimeter-oriented, this continuity offense will flash your guards through the high post and allow you to space the floor with shooters.

Competition

Coach Prohm knows that his players thrive on competition. He demonstrates four scrimmage formats that Iowa State uses to finish up practices so their players leave on a positive note. The rules for each of these scrimmage segments vary to emphasize different concepts, allow for teaching opportunities, and create unique challenges for players. This segment is a fantastic opportunity to see how Coach Prohm interacts with players in the huddle and tailors his half court sets for specific scoring opportunities.

This inside-access look into an Iowa State practice will give you an expansive understanding behind the success of one of the top teams in the country!

213 minutes (2 DVDs). 2016.

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Open Basketball Practice with Morgan Wootten

Foundations for Successful Basketball


See why Morgan Wootten is considered by many to be the greatest high school basketball teacher and coach of all time!

Featuring Morgan Wootten,
legendary Head Coach at DeMatha (MD) High School;
2000 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame inductee;
won more than 1,200 games:
the all-time winningest HS basketball coach;
5x National Champions (1962, '65, '68, '78 and '84);
1984 USA Today National Coach of the Year;
Naismith Scholastic Coach of the Century (2000);
recorded over 40 consecutive seasons with at least 20 wins
and led his teams to more than 30 conference championships!

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During his coaching tenure at DeMatha, Coach Morgan Wootten's basketball teams accumulated an unbelievable 1,200 wins and on five occasions have finished their season ranked #1 nationally! In this incredible two-disc set, Coach Wootten uses high school players to demonstrate offensive and defensive team play necessary to develop a strong team at the junior high or high school level. Best of all, any of the offenses or defenses can be implemented easily ... even when facing limited practice time!

Presented in five video segements on two discs, Coach Wootten demonstrates:

Open Practice with Morgan Wootten


Full-Court Offenses -(Disc 1) His most effective full-court press breakers, fast breaks, and sideline inbound plays. He also demonstrates methods for being aggressive during press breaks and teaches an effective primary and secondary fast break.

  • Half-Court Offenses -(Disc 1) All aspects of his half-court offense including man-to-man offense, zone offense, and half-court inbound plays. Also includes inbound plays from the sideline and under the basket which can create quick scoring opportunities against either man-to-man or zone defenses.

  • Full-Court Defenses -(Disc 2) His most effective full-court man-to-man and zone defenses. Wootten then teaches his 1-3-1 and 2-2-1 full-court zone defenses. He shows full-court trapping drills to teach players to communicate and to keep them from becoming overly-aggressive.

  • Half-Court Defenses - (Disc 2) includes both aggressive and passive trapping defenses inside of the half-court line. Wootten's half-court zone defenses include the 2-2-1 trap, the 1-3-1 trap, and the 2-3. Included are half-court trap drills to teach players how to work together as a team and when and where to trap on the court.

  • Fundamental Drills and Games -(Disc 2) Basic drills and games to help coaches teach and reinforce individual and team offensive and defensive skills. Drills and games focus on dribbling, passing, shooting, defensive stance, and defensive shuffling.

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Re-mastered in 2016. 239 minutes (2 DVDs).

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« Reply #39 on: Apr 01, 2016, 02:32:25 AM »


Open Practice with Kelvin Sampson:
Basketball Drills, Intensity, and Culture NEW DVD

Discover the drills, intensity, and culture that have made Kelvin Sampson a winner everywhere he's been

• Discover the "Crack Back" strategy to help the helper take away the most direct passing options for the offense on dribble penetration
 • Learn four sideline inbound plays in the "Slice" series to catch the defense in screening actions for multiple scoring opportunities
 • Includes more than 15 drills that you can use for transition and half court defense

with Kelvin Sampson,
University of Houston Head Coach;
former assistant coach with the Houston Rockets and Milwaukee Bucks;
former head coach at Oklahoma, Indiana and Washington State;
2x National Coach of the year

A four-time conference coach of the year at three conferences, Coach Sampson had his greatest success while head coach at Oklahoma. He posted over 280 wins at OU in 12 seasons as the head coach, leading the Sooners to the post season each year. His teams won three consecutive Big 12 Tournament Championships, and shared the regular season title in 2005. His best season came in 2001-02 when he led OU to the Final Four, and followed that up with a trip to the Elite Eight the next year. He was named the NABC National Coach of the Year in 2002. The 2015-16 season marks the 27th year Sampson has served as a head coach, amassing over 500 wins during that time.

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Get a front row seat and watch as Kelvin Sampson runs his Houston team through three preseason practices in preparation for international competition in China. Whether it's defense or offense, Coach Sampson uses the whiteboard regularly to go into detail on his team's actions. It's one thing to watch a team practice, but it's another to have a coach break down the drills and exercises for you.

Disc 1

Coach Sampson puts a special emphasis on Houston's defensive system. He provides you the philosophy, demonstration and drills to help you implement a great half court defense and turn your team into great transition defenders.

Team culture is reinforced through four warm up drills that expect players to operate with intensity while developing their ball handling, passing, and shooting. Sampson uses the 2-on-1 (plus 1), 3-on-2 (plus 1), and 4-on-3 (plus 1) drills to work on transition defense. Each of the drills in this series has a trailing defender to simulate a real game scenario. The main points of emphasis with transition defense are to talk, stop the ball, and match-up. You can also use these drills to help your players brush up on their decision making while playing with an offensive advantage.

The Cougars' staff implements the shell drill to teach the program's defensive principles and work on guarding specific actions (pin downs and staggers). Coach Sampson uses the whiteboard to go into detail about help defense and helping the helper. The team works on rotations on a baseline drive, defending basket cuts, and stopping the slot drive.

Coach Sampson places high emphasis on rebounding in this session. He uses multiple rebounding drills to help build a high level of toughness with his team.

On offense, Houston's full court attack is introduced with their Weak and Strong actions. Whiteboard segments are included outside of practice to describe Houston's offensive and defensive philosophy, explain practice drills and concepts, and teach a play for late game situations.

Open Practice with Kelvin Sampson


Disc 2

In practice two, Coach Sampson focuses on installing several major components in his offensive system. Players rehearse three baseline inbound plays and four sideline inbound plays in addition to two new half court set plays. Coach Sampson has his team run the sets 5-on-0, then later against defense. These sets come from the same alignment, making it more challenging for your opponents to scout them.

Coach Sampson also runs half court actions, which were introduced in the first practice, versus defense. Running these sets against a defense allows you to see reads being made and demonstrates how you can take what the defense gives you.

In practice three, Coach Sampson continues to build his defensive system with an added emphasis of denying the passing lanes through 5-on-5 half-court scrimmages. He also introduces two full court pressure strategies off of a made free throw. Fist is the Cougars' full court man-to-man defense and Double Fist is full court man pressure where the first pass in is automatically trapped. These two defenses are intended to create turnovers and/or increase the pace of the game.

This video will give you a great look into the philosophies, drills and sets that Coach Sampson uses in practice!

"I really enjoyed (disc 1), from individual build up, to a transition build up, to a defensive principles to be learned into the offensive actions that he is trying to incorporate and lastly a late full court action to get a 3-point shot. The viewer will gain drills that they will be able to use with their team after viewing. Easy to implement and your team will gain a better understanding of the game of basketball." - Customer Review

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176 minutes (2 DVDs). 2016.

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Basketball Open Practice with Tom Izzo:
Man-to-Man Offense, Practice Drills, and Scouting NEW DVD


Take a look inside Tom Izzo's transition offense, man and zone offense and 2-3 match up zone defense!

• Attack zone defenses with set plays that put your opponents into situations they can't guard
• Speed up your fast breaks using drills that will help your players understand their roles and available scoring options
• Limit interior penetration and cover all immediate passes using the 2-3 Match Up zone defense

with Tom Izzo,
Michigan State University Head Coach; 3x National Coach of the Year,
2000 NCAA Tournament Champions; 7 Final Four appearances;
7x Big Ten and 4x Big Ten Tournament Champions; 3x Big Ten Coach of the Year

Tom Izzo opens up access to a Michigan State practice so you can see how one of the best coaches in college basketball builds his team into a regular NCAA Tournament contender. Year in and year out, Coach Izzo's teams perform at their best as March nears, with their trademark toughness and physicality shining through in clutch situations.

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In this open practice session, you are treated to a Michigan State practice devoted primarily to transition offense, man-to-man and zone offense, and installing a 2-3 match up zone defense. Coach Izzo also discusses his philosophy on practice planning and shows you how he teaches his players in film sessions. Even with cameras present, Coach Izzo holds nothing back!

Film Session

Sit in on a film session that shows the level of detail that a future Hall of Fame coach uses to analyze his team. Plays from the previous practice are displayed as Coach Izzo corrects flaws in ball and foot placement, player positioning, ball handler's line-of-sight, variations in speed and timing and situational recognition.

Transition Offense

Learn how to incorporate a variety of scoring options such as dribble hand offs, ball screens, and wide pin downs in your transition offense with the Five Man Break drill. You will also see how to take advantage of outnumbered fast break situations in the 3-on-2 Continuity drill. These drills will help you play faster and convert in transition for additional points each game.

Open Practice with Tom Izzo


Player Development

Train your perimeter players to shoot on the move with great technique from different locations on the floor. Meanwhile, post players demonstrate four scoring moves from the low post and high post. The Three Man Shooting drill has become a favorite of Coach Izzo to get players game-like shots through actions run in Michigan State's offense. You will see how this drill can be applied to teaching dribble hand offs and side ball screens.

Zone Offense

In a 5-on-0 half-court dummy offense setting, Coach Izzo shows you how to break down a zone defense with four set plays that target specific weaknesses of a zone defense. For example, in Arm Chop, the top two zone defenders are targeted for an open 3-point shot at the top of the key. The four plays are then on display in a full 5-on-5, half-court scrimmage setting as Coach Izzo continuously critiques timing and spacing issues within each set.

2-3 Match Up Zone Defense

Through breakdown drills, you will learn how to rotate players so that all immediate passes are covered. Adjustments can be made to also demonstrate how rotations change when the offense tries to overload the defense. Coach Izzo emphasizes technique and player communication on "bumping" defenders with the ball at the wing. These concepts are expanded to 5-on-5 controlled scrimmages so players can learn how to adjust to ball movement as a collective unit.

With so many aspects of Spartan basketball on display, this practice has nearly everything. Positional (guard/post) developmental drills, breakdown drills for transition offense and zone defense, and 5-on-5 zone offense (sprinkled with a bit of man-to-man sets as well) are all covered. This video is a peek behind the curtain into a practice featuring one of the greatest coaches of this generation.

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217 minutes (2 DVDs). 2016.

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Aprenda Cómo Defender el P&R o el P&P
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Aprenda Cómo Aumentar la Velocidad Lateral
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Keith Dambrot: Full Court 1-2-1-1 Pressure Defense
& Breakdown Drills

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SEPTEMBER 19th, 2013 ~ 77 minutes
with Keith Dambrot, University of Akron Head Coach;
2013 MAC East Division Champions and Tournament Champions,
3x MAC Champs; 8 years in a row of 22+ wins (2005-13),
coached LeBron James while at St. Vincent-St. Mary's High School


• Learn rules and strategies to implement any press into your defensive scheme
• Get four pressing drills that will teach players how to be effective in any pressing situation
• See three press breakers that you can use late in the game for easy layups or to get
   the ball inbounds against any press


With a full court press at the ready, your team can more easily play catch-up, play more players, and control tempo when it needs to. Now, you can learn from one of the best Mid-Major pressure coaches in the country!

Keith Dambrot has compiled an impressive resume as head coach at the University of Akron. Under his leadership, the Zips have won at least 22 games each season from 2005 to 2013. One reason he has been so successful is his smothering, full-court pressure defense.

Coach Dambrot uses the whole-part-whole approach to teach the system, talks about the main elements involved, and examines the rules for any trapping system as it pertains to structure, alignment, and individual responsibilities.

Using on-court demonstrations, Coach Dambrot teaches the strategy behind his full-court diamond press. He breaks the diamond press into eight easy, teachable parts: trapping, fundamentals, anticipation fundamentals, positioning, flicking, run back, transition defense and outnumbered situations. He also ventures into the 2-1-2 press when discussing trapping angles, responsibilities, and overall alignment contained within both the base and "Blitz" package. Defensive adjustments when facing a three-player offense-compared to a four-player offense-are also analyzed.

Learn how to make decisions when pressing that lead to turnovers and scoring opportunities. Get drills that can be practiced daily to develop an effective pressing team and that can also be used to break any press.

To safely secure a late-game inbounds opportunity, Dambrot shows three plays you can use against a heavy dose of man-to-man full court pressure. All three utilize a deep option in order to capitalize on an overly aggressive defensive front, and all three incorporate safe options off various screening actions in order to securely get the ball inbounds. Also demonstrated is an offensive set for taking on a trapping 1-3-1 half-court defense that utilizes the deep corner option to create indecision on the part of the defense.

This is a great DVD for adding weapons to your defensive arsenal and forcing opponents out of their comfort zone.

Produced at the Spring 2013 Las Vegas (NV) clinic.

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Former SVSM and current Akron coach Keith Dambrot, who coached LeBron James while at St. Vincent-St. Mary's High School, says James should ignore all the talk about money, because he will be incredibly wealthy no matter where he plays. The endorsements will follow him. In this photograph by Phil Masturzo for Akron Beacon Journal presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis .
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Keith Dambrot: Defensa a Presión 1-2-1-1 en Todo el Campo

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19 de SEPTIEMBRE, 2013 ~ 77 Minutos
con Keith Dambrot, University of Akron Head Coach;
2013 MAC East Division Champions and Tournament Champions,
3x MAC Champs; 8 añs consecutivos of 22+ wins (2005-13),
entrenó a LeBron James estando en St. Vincent-St. Mary's High School


• Conozca las reglas y las estrategias para poner en práctica cualquier presión
   en su esquema defensivo
• Obtenga cuatro ejercicios de presión que enseñarán a los jugadores cómo ser eficaz
   en cualquier situación de presión
• Consulte tres interruptores de presión que se pueden utilizar al final del juego
   para bandejas fáciles o para poner el balón en juego contra cualquier tipo de presión


Con una presión en toda la cancha preparada, su equipo puede jugar con más facilidad, emplear más jugadores, y controlar el tempo cuando se necesita. Ahora, usted puede aprender de uno de los mejores principales entrenadores de presión mediados en el país!

Keith Dambrot ha compilado un impresionante currículum como entrenador principal en la Universidad de Akron. Bajo su liderazgo, los Zips han ganado al menos 22 partidos cada temporada 2005-2013. Una de las razones que ha tenido tanto éxito es la defensa de presión en toda la cancha.

Coach Dambrot utiliza el enfoque todo-parte-todo  para enseñar el sistema, habla sobre los principales elementos que intervienen, y se examinan las reglas de cualquier sistema de presión en lo que respecta a la estructura, la alineación y las responsabilidades individuales.

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Steve Prohm: All Access Murray State University Basketball Practice  with Steve Prohm
Steve Prohm:
All Access Murray State
University Basketball Practice
with Steve Prohm


Maximize practice time by breaking down your offensive system into drills for to get more quality shots in practice.
Prepare your team for game day by breaking down your opponent's favorite actions into 3-on-3 and 2-on-2 drills.
Limit turnovers, focus on shot selection, run offense, and focus on transition defense through the use  of Murray State's Cincinnati Drill.
Get the most of your offensive sets and secondary break by using various 5-on-0, 4-on-0, and 5-on-5 breakdown drills that emphasize fundamentals within your offensive sets.


• Maximize practice time by breaking down your offensive system into drills
   for to get more quality shots in practice
• Prepare your team for game day by breaking down your opponent's
   favorite actions into 3-on-3 and 2-on-2 drills
• Limit turnovers, focus on shot selection, run offense, and focus on
   transition defense through the use of Murray State's Cincinnati Drill
• Get the most of your offensive sets and secondary break by using various 5-on-0,
   4-on-0, and 5-on-5 breakdown drills that emphasize fundamentals
   within your offensive sets



with Steve Prohm, Murray State University Head Coach; 2 NCAA appearances, 3 Ohio Valley Conference Championships

One of the singular most important things a coach can do for his team is get them to develop fundamentals and consistently demonstrate them throughout practices and games. Coach Prohm has done this with his Murray State team. In this All Access DVD featuring one of the hottest teams in the country in 2012, Coach Prohm takes you through multiple drills to breakdown their offensive and defensive system.

Disc 1: Skill Development within Offense/Defensive System

• Learn the essential drills that Murray State uses to build both their guards
   and their post players into solid, fundamental players
• Learn the defensive principles that make Murray State such a dominate team
• See how Murray State focuses on the concept of the closeout - essential
   to the success of a dominate defense

In this first practice we see example after example of fundamentals being executed. You will see why Murray state has one of the best defenses in the country when you watch their 4-on-4 shell focusing on their defensive principles of sprinting hard to closeout, hedging hard through all screens, getting into gaps during driving situations, and communicating early.

Individual drills to support their motion offense and drills to build skills for both the bigs and guards are taught and repeated as well. Through various guard and post breakout sessions you will learn how to get your players the most game shots possible in practice. The practice ends with some passionate 5-on-5 play where you get to see both Murray State's offense in action and their defense put to the test.


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Disc 2: Individual Skill Breakdowns

• Learn a secondary offensive break that will give you an advantage
   and create easy opportunities to score.
• Learn to effectively and efficiently use fundamentals in your practices
   to support your teams overall performance.
• Learn to build your offense through 5-on-0 play which will allow the repetition
   necessary for your team to have success.

Coach Prohm takes you through a split squad practice to show how they breakdown their offensive system into several drills to maximize scoring opportunities. Prohm breaks his team into two groups of eight players who practice at different times. These small groups then receive the reps and the instruction necessary for them the grasp the essential concepts that are being taught. Mixed into to his individual breakdowns are his great defensive skill drills. The video ends with detailed preparation for their upcoming opponent.

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Disc 3: Preparations for Game Day

• Learn the specific position drills Murray State uses to prepare each individual player
   for their responsibilities in all areas.
• Execute the same set plays that Murray State successfully uses on the offensive end
   of the floor.

In this third All Access disc, Coach Prohm shows you how they prepare in practice for opponents. He uses his guard and post breakdown drills to continue to get game like shots. Coach Prohm uses 1-on-0 closeout and 1-on-1 deny drills to work on defending your opponent. Coach Prohm shows you their fast break drills emphasizing execution and technique. He uses 2-on-1 Transition and their Cincinnati drill teach how to limit turnovers, look for good shot selection, run the offense, and focus on transition defense. Coach Prohm finishes out this great DVD showing you how to breakdown an opponent's offense and how to use breakdown drills to work on defending you opponent's favorite actions.

338 minutes ~ 3 DVDs NEW on Mar 15, 2012 !


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Steve Prohm: All Access Murray State University Basketball Practice  with Steve Prohm


Steve Prohm (born July 12, 1974) is an American basketball coach who is the current head coach of the Murray State Racers men's basketball team.

A native of Vienna, Virginia, Prohm's family later moved to Dalton, Georgia, where Prohm attended high school at Northwest Whitfield High School in Tunnel Hill, Georgia, and lettered in basketball for three years.

He started college at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta where he played NCAA Division III basketball. Prohm only made it half way through the his first season as a player when he left the team to follow his passion for coaching. He transferred to the University of Alabama where he worked as a student assistant coach and student manager for the Crimson Tide men's basketball team for five years. He graduated from Alabama in 1997 with a degree in education.

Prohm began his coaching career in 1998-99 as a volunteer assistant to Billy Kennedy at Centenary College, where he initially lived in the basement of a dorm and lived off cafeteria meals.[1][3] He followed Kennedy to Southeastern Louisiana University, where he spent five seasons as an assistant before leaving for Tulane.

In 2006, he rejoined Kennedy's coaching staff, this time at Murray State University. Prohm played a key role in Murray State's resurgence under Kennedy, which culminated with a school-record 31 wins in 2009-10 and an upset of Vanderbilt in the 2010 NCAA Tournament--only the second NCAA Tournament win in school history.

Prohm was named Murray State's 15th head coach on May 23, 2011, after Kennedy left for Texas A&M. In his first season, he led the Racers to their third straight Ohio Valley Conference regular-season title, a school record-tying 31 wins (including a school-best 23-0 start), a top-10 national ranking and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament.



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with Robert Matthew "Bob" Hurley, Sr. (born July 3, 1947),
St. Anthony High School in Jersey City, New Jersey, basketball head coach.

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.

Bob Hurley is the father of Bobby Hurley, a former All-American point guard at Duke, and Dan 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. Dan has since hired Bobby as an assistant at Wagner.

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The key to making any team great revolves around the ability of the point guard to get the job done.

Coach Bob Hurley, Sr. takes you through various drills and an off-season workout that will help any player become a better ballhandler, but Hurley also talks about the key ingredients it takes to become a great point guard.

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About the Author: 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 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.

Bob Hurley is the father of Bobby Hurley, a former All-American point guard at Duke, and Dan 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. Dan has since hired Bobby as an assistant at Wagner.

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Ryan Looney:
The Basketball Swing Offense
3-Pack DVD with Ryan Looney


Ryan Looney (born November 8, 1975) is an American college basketball coach and the current Head Men's Basketball Coach at Seattle Pacific University.

Ryan Looney has quickly made an impact at Seattle Pacific University. He just completed his fourth season as head coach at SPU after directing the Falcons to NCAA postseason berths in each of his first four campaigns.
During the 2012-13 season SPU finished with the best overall record in program history at 27-4, won the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Tournament Championship, reached as high as second in the NABC national poll, and advanced to the NCAA II West Region Final.

"... It's very important for modern basketball coaches to have playing experience, ..." said Looney. ......

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Introduction to Swing Offense with Ryan Looney


• Learn a transition system that provides early
   scoring chances off of post-ups,
   3's and ball screens

• Create great spacing that will provide
   your players with plenty of scoring opportunities

• Incorporate the up screen and flex screen
   into your half court swing offense to create
   easy scoring opportunities near the basket


with Ryan Looney, Seattle Pacific University Head Coach;
2013 Great Northwest Athletic Conference Tournament Champions;
Ended the 2013 season ranked Number 2 in the country

The "Swing Offense" is one of the most successful offenses being used today at the high school and university levels. Seattle Pacific University Head Coach Ryan Looney explains how this offense helps promote unselfishness, limit turnovers, provide great spacing, multiple players post up opportunities, and allows them to get to the free throw line. All of which is critical to offensive efficiency and to the success his team has enjoyed running this offense.

Through the use of diagrams, on-court instruction and video from game footage, Coach Looney gives you everything you need to put this offense into action. He details the basics and advanced skills and actions in the swing offense. You will see how simple this offense is to teach, yet how difficult it is to defend.

TRANSITION

Starting with the transition game, Looney shows you how the Falcons transition from defense to offense and flows into the offense. Each player's role is broken down in transition and he demonstrates where early 3-point shots and post ups will occur. You'll learn various entries to start the offense, as well as watch game footage to see how the team transitions into the offense.

SCREENING

Coach Looney dives into the half court set-up with the two main types of screens:

• The Up Screen - This action is set up by a simple pass to the wing.
   The cutter then uses the screen to get to the rim.
   The screener steps  out to the perimeter and takes the cutters position.
   This action allows for a quick scoring opportunity but also keeps
   the team properly spaced.

• The Flex Screen - As the ball skips from one side of the court to the
   other a flex screen is set for the weakside wing.
   It is,  and always has been, an extremely effective way
   to get a player a great look at the rim near the basket.


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Introduction to Swing Offense with Ryan Looney


These two screens are the foundation of the Swing offense. Coach Looney shows where and when each of the screens is used and the possibilities that the offense can exploit from each screen. However, the offense does offer other options to counter the consistency of the screens.

As defenders try to fight through the screens or anticipate the cuts, baseline drives open up. Pick and pop options are also present as well as wing ball screens. Multiple post-up opportunities also present themselves which create high percentage shots for a variety of players on the court. Each option is clearly presented in this video and all are easy to teach and consistent enough for players to learn.

The Swing offense is a great team offense. It promotes good floor spacing and constant movement. Defenders are required to constantly fight through screens, adjust to off ball movement and stay active on the weak side. Eventually the defense will make a mistake that will lead to easy buckets for the team running the Swing.

Getting your team to be unselfish is an important aspect to having a successful offense. With the Swing, unselfishness is almost guaranteed. Players are constantly getting open and teammates can easily identify this and get them the ball.

Whether you're an expert looking to refresh your ideas on the swing offense or a beginning coach looking to improve your understanding of half court offense, this is a must have DVD for your collection.


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Swing Offense Sets and Entries with Ryan Looney


• Discover a series of entries for getting
   a quick score or for seamlessly flowing
   into the Swing Offense
• Learn three pressure release entries that will
   keep opponents honest as they try to deny the
   passing lanes and pressure you in the half court
• Learn a dribble entry for the Swing Offense
   that will exploit mismatches
• Get three half court sets that utilize post
   screening to create high/low scoring
   opportunities


with Ryan Looney, Seattle Pacific University Head Coach;
2013 Great Northwest Athletic Conference Tournament Champions;
Ended the 2013 season ranked Number 2 in the country

Every team will face pressure defense or a defensive scheme to disrupt them on offense. Ryan Looney shows you how teams that run the Swing offense can relieve that pressure or adjust to various schemes to get high percentage shots. Coach Looney has guided the Seattle Pacific Falcons to tremendous success over the past four years. His Swing offense is a major reason why they have had so much success. It is however, these sets and entries that allow his team to effectively get the offense started.

Through the years, Coach Looney has effectively found ways to counter any action the defense may throw at his teams as they begin to run the Swing offense. In this presentation he gives you these counters.

With a set, motion offense like the Swing, a pattern is run that is extremely difficult to defend. Most teams will resort to added pressure on the ball, as well as denials on the wing to stop the offense from getting going. Coach Looney teaches you three pressure release sets they use when a team decides to get into the passing lanes and pressure them in both the half court and full court. With each pressure release, you will learn about the backdoor opportunities include Fire, V-Out, and the Backdoor Reversal entry that will keep your opponent honest when they are guarding them. After a few times through it, the defense will have to change how it defends you.


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Swing Offense Sets and Entries with Ryan Looney


Once in the half court, Coach Looney diagrams and uses on court demonstrators to show you 7 different entries they use to get into the swing offense. With each entry, Coach Looney describes when to use the entry and what kind of advantage it creates. He demonstrates their dribble entry, post dive, point guard dive, ball screen from wing, ball screens with the post players, and a wings up entry that guarantees ball reversal and movement in the half court. By using the ball screen options, defenses will think you have left the Swing, but each quickly and easily molds back into the Swing. This seamless transition continues to make the Swing offense and its entries incredibly difficult to guard.

With any good offense, you must have set plays that can lead right into the swing offense. Coach Looney gives you three complete sets that incorporate post screening action and lead into high low scoring options with your post players. You will have a complete swing offense after you have installed these sets and entries into your half court offense.

As with Coach Looney's Swing Offense DVD, on-court instruction is his main tool to teach the entries, but he also uses diagrams of the action as well as showing game footage of each concept that he teachers. This presentation and these sets are easy to understand and simple to teach. Combing this DVD with the Swing offense DVD and you are ready to put this dangerous offense into action.


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Breakdown Drills for Swing Offense
with Ryan Looney


• Get six breakdown drills and concepts that
   will get your team easy baskets and more trips
   to the free throw line

• Learn how to breakdown the up screen,
   flex screen, and wing ball screen into effective
   workout sessions

• Learn drills for training guards to use ball screens
   and training post players to score down low


with Ryan Looney, Seattle Pacific University Head Coach;
2013 Great Northwest Athletic Conference Tournament Champions;
Ended the 2013 season ranked Number 2 in the country


The real key to any successful offense is the skill level of the players running it. Seattle Pacific University Head Coach Ryan Looney believes players have to have a skill set that still allows them to succeed should the system fail. In this basketball drills video he not only shares the breakdown drills to develop the skills all players need to have, but he also does this within the concepts of the Swing Offense.

You will get six basic breakdown drills that teach your players the game shots they will get within the swing offense along with a perimeter and post player skill development workout. These are challenging workouts and drills that focus on the up screen, flex screen, and side pick and roll screen. Coach Looney uses a variety of equipment to help his players play through contact and create and one and one's to control the free throw game.


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Breakdown Drills for Swing Offense with Ryan Looney


One of the first skills his team works on is screening. They work on four options they get from the Up Screen and the four they get from the Flex Screen. He will teach you how to set your screens in correct spots, make cuts of least resistance to create a better scoring opportunity, and have excellent vision to the post where most of your offense will come from. Swing, Bump, and Separation shots are shooting drills where they work on shooting coming off screens. The focus is having their hands up and their feet balanced before they receive the ball to shoot.

Post skills work on stance and positioning. Teaching post players to get low and how to use their arms to take up more space. Various basic post moves are covered. Perimeter development covers different ways a defender may guard the ball handler on a screening action and how each action can be defeated by the ball handler.

Skill development is essential to any team's success. As you learn how to install and master the swing offense you will learn how to put your players in successful situations and still focus on individual development within the breakdown drills.


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About Ryan Looney

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Ryan Looney is in his fifth season as head coach at Seattle Pacific after directing the Falcons to postseason berths in each of his first four campaigns. The Falcons boast the longest active playoff streak among NCAA Division II men's basketball programs, a stretch of nine consecutive years that dates to 2005.

Entering the 2013-14 season, Looney's SPU record is 92-28 (.767). His last two teams advanced to the West Regional championship game of the NCAA Tournament.

Seattle Pacific registered a 27-4 record last season, equaling the school standard for single-season victories while establishing the best winning percentage (87.1%) in the 70-year history of the program. The Falcons won their first Great Northwest Athletic Conference Tournament championship with a thrilling 72-70 triumph over top-seeded Western Washington. Jobi Wall's last-second 3-pointer was the difference in the title game that was contested March 9, 2013 at Marcus Pavilion in Lacey, Wash.

SPU won its opening two postseason games, setting up a regional championship showdown at Western Washington. The hosts eked out a 62-58 win to end the SPU's historic campaign that finished with a No. 2 ranking in the national coaches poll.

That 2012-13 team was the conference regular-season runner-up with a 16-2 record.

The Falcons have also excelled in the classroom during Looney's tenure. They received the inaugural Team Academic Excellence Award from the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) in July 2013.
 
SPU posted a 3.33 grade-point average and 13 players compiled a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. The Falcons earned the GNAC trophy for posting the top GPA among the league's men's basketball teams. That was their third consecutive conference academic crown.

In addition, point guard David Downs received the 2013 GNAC Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year award that covers all sports the league offers.

The Falcons posted a 23-8 record in 2012 and won two playoff games before losing 56-50 to eventual national champion Western Washington in the regional title tilt. They placed third in the league standings with a 13-5 record.

SPU compiled a 20-10 record in 2011 en route to an NCAA Tournament berth. The Falcons placed third in the GNAC (12-6) and were the league's last team standing in the 2011 playoffs after upsetting fifth-ranked Central Washington 76-63 during a first-round game in Ellensburg.

The Falcons accomplished that despite losing All-American point guard Chris Banchero to a mid-season knee injury. The 2010 West Region Player of the Year, Banchero was averaging 22.4 points and 5.6 assists per game before being sidelined for the final 19 games.

Looney led SPU to a 22-6 record in 2010 and became the first coach to direct the Falcons to a league title in his inaugural season. He was voted the 2010 GNAC Coach of the Year and the Falcons finished No. 18 in the final national rankings.

The SPU men posted a first-place mark of 13-3 in league play. They lost 76-72 to BYU-Hawaii in the first round of the playoffs in Bellingham, Wash. One of SPU’s signature victories was a 78-72 home win on Dec. 5 over that same BYU-Hawaii squad that was ranked No. 1 at the time.

Looney, who led alma mater Eastern Oregon University to the quarterfinals of the 2009 NAIA Division II Tournament, was hired May 26, 2009 as the coach at Seattle Pacific University. He won his opening nine games on the SPU sidelines, the first coach to win more than his first three for the Falcons.

Looney, 38, is the 11th head coach for the SPU program that began sponsoring intercollegiate men’s basketball in 1946. He replaced Jeff Hironaka, who left after 18 years on the Falcons staff to become an assistant coach at Washington State on the staff of Ken Bone, who is another former Falcons head coach. Hironaka served seven seasons as the head coach at SPU, where he compiled a 134-67 record and participated in the NCAA Tournament in each of his final five years.



Weekly Interview with Coach Ryan Looney by Eastern Sports Network


"My family and I are excited about becoming part of the tradition of excellence in SPU athletics,” Looney said after his hiring. “The Christian campus, location, and people make it a great opportunity for us. The basketball program at SPU has experienced a high volume of success over the years. I hope to be able to build upon the strong foundation that has been established."

He enters the 2013-14 campaign with a 187-83 (.693) career record, including a 95-55 mark in five seasons with Eastern Oregon. His Mountaineers won 63.3 percent of their games, the best winning percentage among all-time EOU coaches.

Looney directed EOU to back-to-back NAIA Tournament appearances in 2008 and 2009, stopping the school’s postseason drought that dated to the 1950s. His Mountaineers won the 2008 Cascade Collegiate Conference championship, their first title in 38 years, and shared the conference crown in 2009.

The 2009 EOU squad registered a 25-8 record, including 14 consecutive victories, before suffering an 80-79 NAIA quarterfinal setback against No. 1-ranked and eventual national champion Oklahoma Wesleyan.

Looney led a resurgence in the Eastern Oregon program that struggled to a 28-50 record in the three seasons prior to his arrival. After a 4-22 record in his inaugural 2005 campaign, the Mountaineers improved to 17-11 in 2006 and 23-8 in 2007.

The 2008 Mountaineers produced a memorable season, finishing with the most wins in program history.  EOU had a 26-6 record, advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NAIA Tournament and was ranked as high as No. 3 in the national poll. Looney received the league’s 2008 Coach of the Year award.

Progress also was made in the classroom as the EOU men’s basketball program maintained over a 3.00 team composite grade point average (GPA) for nine consecutive terms.  The produced the highest team GPA of any male athletic team on the La Grande, Ore. campus.

Looney was hired as Eastern Oregon’s head coach in May of 2004. He served the previous two seasons as the top assistant at NCAA Division II Minnesota State University Moorhead, helping the team to a 33-24 record and a berth in the finals of the 2002 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference tournament.

He played collegiately at Eastern Oregon from 1996-98, averaging 7.2 points in 53 career games. An NAIA All-America scholar athlete, Looney still holds the school’s career free throw accuracy record at 89.5 percent. After graduating in 1998 from EOU, Looney got his first head coaching job in 1998-99 at Cove High School.

After working two seasons as an assistant at Wisconsin-LaCrosse, where he received his Master of Science degree in sports administration in 2001, Looney joined the staff at North Idaho College for the 2001-02 season.

Looney is married to former EOU cross country and track & field standout Julianna Morris.  They have two children, daughter Peyton and son Micah.


Ryan Looney’s Head Coaching Ledger (after 2012-13 season)

Seattle Pacific University
Year     Overall    Pct  Conference   Pct    Place      Postseason
2009-10    22-6    .786      13-3    .813    1st        NCAA Tournament
2010-11    20-10   .667      12-6    .667    3rd        NCAA second round
2011-12    23-8    .742      13-5    .722    3rd        NCAA Regional Final
2012-13    27-4    .871      16-2    .889l   2nd        NCAA Regional Final

Totals     92-28   .767      54-16   .771
  

Eastern Oregon University
Year     Overall    Pct  Conference   Pct    Place
2004-05    4-22    .154      3-15    .167    9th
2005-06    17-11   .607      10-8    .556    5th
2006-07    23-8    .742      12-6    .667    5th
2007-08    26-6    .813      17-3    .850    1st        NAIA round of 16
2008-09    25-8    .758      15-5    .750    1st, tie   NAIA quarterfinals

Totals    95-55    .633      57-37   .606

CAREER   187-83    .693     111-53   .677
 


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with Fred Hoiberg, Iowa State University Head Coach

2012 Big 12 Co-Head Coach of the Year;
10-year NBA veteran and former executive with the Minnesota Timberwolves;
In 2012, Coach Hoiberg engineered the biggest turnaround in Big 12 history
(23 wins, including an opening round win over
the defending national champion in the 2012 NCAA Tournament);
In 2013 Iowa State lead the nation is 3-Pointers Per Game


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... Fred Hoiberg: Transition Basketball with Six Secondary Break Sets ...


• Learn a good transition game that provides multiple ways to score before the defense gets set
 • Take advantage of "big on small" dribble hand-offs to create defensive mismatches
 • Implement screens in your transition offense
 • Create more open looks for the 3-point shot in transition to negate the defense's size advantage
 • Learn six secondary sets with multiple options to fit your personnel to give your offense
   better opportunities to score


Transform your team into a fast-paced, effective offensive juggernaut.

In just three years Fred Hoiberg has built Iowa State into a force to be reckoned with. His two consecutive 20+ win seasons and the two subsequent trips to the second round of the NCAA Tournament are largely due to Coach Hoiberg's effective transition offense.In this video, you will learn more than just a specific transition offense. Hoiberg delivers several multi-tiered transition plays with multiple looks and the philosophy behind them. It's an entire playbook!

Coach Hoiberg starts by showing his basic scheme, which he calls primary break, with spacing rules by position. He believes that transition can be the most important phase that a team can incorporate through proper spacing, crisp cuts and precise passing. Through on-court demonstration, Hoiberg teaches you the ins and outs of the Cyclones' sets:

• Primary Break, Flex Set ( with six options)
• Wide Pin Down Set (four options)
• Drag Series (four options)
• Isolation Set (three options)
• "1" Transition (three options)
• "2" Transition (two options, plus transformation into 3-out-2-in, 4-out-1-in, 5-out set ups)

Fredrick Kristian Hoiberg (born October 15, 1972) is the head men's basketball coach at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, where he grew up and had played college basketball. He was previously Vice President of Basketball Operations for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA and played professionally for 10 years. Here, Iowa State head coach Fred Hoiberg calls a play in the second half of a third-round game of the NCAA college basketball tournament against Ohio State Sunday March 24, 2013, in Dayton, Ohio. In this photograph AP by Al Behrman from The Globe and Mail presented by #eBAStatsGroup #BasketballStatistics Analysis .
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In addition, Coach Hoiberg explains and walks through another half-court set right out of transition, as well as two bonus zone adaptations (one with a runner and another with a screening option).

To end the DVD, Coach Hoiberg answers questions that coaches may come across when implementing this scheme. He provides many points on how to use the different actions and how you can constantly change to keep a defense guessing and find weaknesses in a defense for easy baskets.

By using this transition scheme, the Cyclones have been at or near the top of the NCAA rankings for points in transition and three point shooting - an after-effect of this transition scheme and effective spacing.

This DVD is very well organized and is essential for any team that likes to get out and run and score easy baskets in transition. "Transition Basketball with Six Secondary Break Sets" is full of teaching points and best suited for advanced high school and college basketball coaches.

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   2013 Big 5 Co-Champs; Back-to-Back 20 win season ...... Read more ...



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