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Bill Self (born December 27, 1962) is an American college men's basketball coach at the University of Kansas, where he has led Kansas to nine straight Big 12 Conference regular season championships (2004-05 through 2012-13 seasons) and the 2008 NCAA national championship.

Self was named The Sporting News National Coach of the Year in 2000, 2009 and 2011, the Associated Press National Coach of the Year in 2009, the USBWA Henry Iba Award winner in 2009, CBS/Chevrolet National Coach of the Year in 2009, ESPN.com national Coach of the Year in 2009 and won the Adolph Rupp Cup in 2012. He was named the Big 12 Coach of the Year in 2006, 2009, 2011, and 2012.

He is also a five-time finalist for the Naismith Coach of the Year Award (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2009). He was a 2010 United Nations NGO Positive Peace Award nominee for his work with Boys Clubs/Girls Clubs Of America and the Boy Scouts. From 2006 to 2012, Self had the best six-year record of any men's basketball coach in Division 1 history. ......

"...... Self is also known for implementing a strong Hi-lo motion offense using size as an advantage in the paint, and a pressing man to man defense on all his teams from his early coaching days at University of Tulsa through the present. He has also shown great adaptability on the court and has implemented sometimes drastic adjustments as needed to his defensive schemes with various degrees of success."

Bill Self ~ Open Practice ~ High Post Screening Offense ~ DVD with Bill Self - Presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis
Bill Self:
Open Practice ~ High Post Screening Offense


• Learn Bill Self's offensive system complete
   with marker board sessions and live practice footage
• Learn how to take a complex ball screen offense
   and install it into a program with easy to understand concepts
• Train your players to move effectively without the ball
• Run a seamless organized offense including
   transition, secondary transition, a staple play and structured motion
• Create scoring opportunities for post players and driving opportunities
   for perimeter players


with Bill Self, Kansas Head Coach;
2008 NCAA National Champions, 2012 NCAA Runner Up,
9x Big 12 Regular Season Champions (2005-2013),
2012 Naismith College Coach of the Year,
John R Wooden Legends of Coaching Award (2013); 500 Career Wins

Legendary head coach Bill Self provides an extensive look into the Kansas offensive system. Coach Self uses early practice session to guide you through a complex half court offense. By using white board diagrams, Coach Self takes you through step by step detailing each action within the offense.

The Kansas Offense is a free-flowing, yet very organized offense that starts with a rebound at the defensive end and attacks in multiple waves. Primary transition leads into Secondary transition. Secondary transition leads into multiple scenarios with the same starting set-up. For each segment, coach Self explains the strategy on a whiteboard step-by-step before taking you to the practice floor, where you observe the Jayhawks work on the offense extensively.

Coach Self demonstrates the basic rules each player needs to following order to keep the offense flowing. He takes you through their 2 game entry maximizing high-and low post options within their offense. With nothing open in fist, Self transitions smoothly into their ball screen fist offense utilizing driving lanes and paint touches creating a balanced offense.



Basketball Coaching ~ Bill Self: High Post Screening Offense by eBAsketball


Coach Self completes this basic Kansas offensive package by demonstrating their transition offense and all of the scoring options available in the half court. Self uses the white board diagrams to progressively build each layer of their secondary break. He also provides you with two baseline out of bounds plays you can run against a man or zone defense designed to get you an easy lay-up.

This is a must have for any coach looking for a new offensive system. With eight new players learning the offense, you get a great look at how to teach and install the Kansas offense into your program. You will learn the struggles and how to overcome these struggles as you install the Kansas offense.

With Bill Self's Kansas Offense, your teams will be in constant attack, leaving your opponents to scramble the entire possession.


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Bill Self: Open Practice ~ Zone Offense - Presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis
Bill Self:
Open Practice ~ Zone Offense


• Consistently beat any 2-3, 3-2, and zone press

• Get easy scores with an out of bounds play
   and its counter designed for zones

• Break any full court pressure defense easily
   with Kansas' "3 near and 1 long"

• Teach your players to find "windows"
   to slash through, as well as attract defenders



with Bill Self, Kansas Head Coach;
2008 NCAA National Champions, 2012 NCAA Runner Up,
9x Big 12 Regular Season Champions (2005-2013),
2012 Naismith College Coach of the Year,
John R Wooden Legends of Coaching Award (2013); 500 Career Wins

Bill Self, University of Kansas head coach, offers up two zone offenses to add to your offensive playbook. While most offenses struggle to score or find gaps within a zone offense, Coach Self gives you two unstoppable zone offenses that provide main scoring options along with several counters you can use to make your offense unstoppable. With the primary goal to get four defenders to play just three of your offensive players, his zone offenses create confusion, scrambles, and open shots that will devastate your opposing coach.

In Stationary, Coach Self uses a quick moving zone offense to create scoring opportunities in the post and utilizing the short corner to stretch the defense. Your players will find gaps within the defense allowing you to score around the rim or look for a quick striking three point shot. Self teaches the "hot potato" concept to demonstrate how to move the ball quickly against a 2-3 zone.



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Slash is Coach Self's answer to the 3-2 and the 1-3-1 zone defense. Slash is more intricate than Stationary, but just as easy to pick up for players and just as effective. In Slash, Coach Self uses three cutters to fill four open spots along the perimeter. Self utilizes primary and secondary cutters through the lane to create an element of surprise in the lane. He uses 5v5 demonstrations to teach his young team how to expose the weaknesses of a 2-3 zone.

Coach Self completes his zone offensive package by demonstrating the Kansas press offense you can use against a zone press. Your team will dissect your opponent's pressure defense by taking advantage of the middle of the court allowing you to score lay-up after layup in the open court.

This is a great DVD to add to your collection if you are looking for a zone offense that attacks your opponent's weaknesses and creates scoring opportunities around the rim.


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Bill Self:
Open Practice ~ Defensive Drills & Concepts


• Guard dribble hand-offs using tactics based
   your players' strengths or your strategies

• Train your players to operate as a team
   when defending screen-the-screener actions

• Force turnovers by effectively positioning
   your players on and off the ball




with Bill Self, Kansas Head Coach;
2008 NCAA National Champions, 2012 NCAA Runner Up,
9x Big 12 Regular Season Champions (2005-2013),
2012 Naismith College Coach of the Year,
John R Wooden Legends of Coaching Award (2013); 500 Career Wins

Develop a dominating team defense by watching the valuable drills and skills taught in this live, on-court practice from one of America's premier programs, the Kansas Jayhawks. In this second week practice session, Bill Self runs his Kansas team through a real practice as they focus on defensive concepts. Coach Self takes you through the Kansas man to man defense as he builds from the half court to the full court with eight newcomers to the program. You will learn how install fundamental defensive principles that Kansas basis their program around.

Coach Self uses 2v2, 3v3, 4v4, and 5v5 to install hard working man to man philosophy. Using shell drill, he teaches his players how close out to the ball from help side position and one pass away. He demonstrates how to teach communication amongst your players as they move from pressuring the basketball to help side defense and back again.

Next he focuses on specific aspects of the half-court game, such as defending dribble handoffs. Big to big switches are a simple way he addresses this offensive threat. He also teaches the players how to defend this same action when a big and a little run a hand off. Guarding the "Pinch Post" action is another aspect covered in this section of the presentation.



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If you are looking for ways to defend screening action, Coach Self provides a detailed segment on how Kansas defends post on post screen, down screen, and several ways to defend on ball screens including flat hedge, trap, and hard hedge. The samples seen in the practice are clear and the players are challenged to get it right.

Once you are through learning the Kansas half court defensive philosophy, Coach Self puts everything together into 5v5 full court session. Coach Self pulls together his full court defense as he demonstrates his transition defense and philosophy. Many of the concepts taught earlier in the presentation are seen, re-taught and stressed as the game goes live.

Coach Self's passion for defense and attention to detail are clear as you watch this practice. He breaks things down quite clearly and then works his guys until they get it right.

Learn the simple secret to playing dominating man-to-man defense with this incredible on-court presentation. With Bill Self's Jayhawk Defense, your teams will be prepared to pick your opponent's play apart and force tough outside shots.



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Bill Self: Open Practice ~ Skill Development & Practice Drills - Presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis
Bill Self:
Open Practice ~ Skill Development
& Practice Drills


• Train your players to beat any man
   or zone press using the "Six Man Press Drill"

• Safely inbound against pressure defense with
   an effective set for spot throw-ins

• Develop good fundamentals and build reliable
   basketball IQ with 2v2 and 3v3 scrimmages
   for post players and guards



with Bill Self, Kansas Head Coach;
2008 NCAA National Champions, 2012 NCAA Runner Up,
9x Big 12 Regular Season Champions (2005-2013),
2012 Naismith College Coach of the Year,
John R Wooden Legends of Coaching Award (2013); 500 Career Wins

Bill Self uses on court demonstrators from one of his practice sessions to give you 12 drills to improve your team's offensive development. With eight newcomers to the program, Coach Self has to teach his offensive system in detail and with easy to understand concepts that you can use to teach in your practices.

With almost two hours of practice drills that the Kansas Jayhawks use, you will be able to develop your team and your individual players into championship contenders. Each drill can be directly implemented into our practices, because they are simple, but effective and cover very important fundamentals that every team and players needs to improve on. The practice footage includes:

   6-man press breakdown drill to defending the 1-4 high backdoor cut baseline spot throw-ins under pressure sideline throw-ins under    pressure Five line transition Ball handling and passing 5-minute shooting individual skills for perimeter players individual skills    for post players guards: attacking the basket and 3-on-3 play post players: post moves and 2-on-2 play



Basketball Coaching ~ Bill Self: Skill Development & Practice Drills by eBAsketball


From ball handling to passing to shooting, Coach Self works to build his players offensive skill through various competitions and drills. He uses post player and guard break out sessions for players to build their individual offensive moves. He has his guards go through pull up jumpers, L-cuts, curl cuts, and hard shrugs to get shots up within the Kansas offense.

As he finishes out his offensive development, Coach Self uses 3-on-3 attacking drills to teach driving angles and movement within the Kansas offensive system. Within the 3 on 3, he teaches how to use high-low entries to build guard post interaction within their offensive system.

This is a great DVD for any coach looking to build their players offensive development.


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Bill Self's Open Basketball Practice Series
4-Pack DVD with Bill Self



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Kansas University basketball Coach Bill Self, left, and guard Russell Robinson, right, watches as President Bush, center, bounces the basketball given to him as he honored the 2008 NCAA men's national basketball championship Kansas Jayhawks, Tuesday, June 3, 2008, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington.
 - Picture AP by Ron Edmonds presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis


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About Bill Self

Bill Self's Open Basketball Practice Series ~ 4-Pack DVD with Bill Self - Presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis
In 10 season at Kansas, Bill Self is 300-59 (83.6 percent), averaging 30 wins per season on the sideline. Overall, Self has coached 20 seasons with a 519-168 (75.5 percent) record.

He won his 500th all-time game at Iowa State (108-96 in OT) on Feb. 25, 2013. The fastest KU coach to reach 300 wins at Kansas, Self’s milestone victory occurred during the 2013 NCAA Tournament against former KU coach Roy Williams’ North Carolina team, 70-58. Kansas’ 300 victories under Self are more wins than any other NCAA Division I school in the last 10 years.

He was named just the eighth head coach in Kansas basketball history on April 21, 2003.

While at Kansas, Self has won one national championship, a KU-record nine-straight regular-season Big 12 Conference titles and six league tournament championships. He is 161-8 all-time in Allen Fieldhouse and has won more league titles (nine) than has home losses (eight). In his first trip to the Final Four in 2008, Self’s team won the title.

A five-time conference coach of the year, including four times while at Kansas (2006, 2009, 2011 and 2012), Self has guided his teams to 15-straight 23-win seasons dating back to 1998-99, including 2012-13. Self’s teams have won 13 league crowns in the last 15 years, including the 2013 title. The other two seasons resulted in runner-up conference finishes.



Bill Self ~ The High-Low Motion Offense



Under Self, Kansas is 131-19 (87.3 percent) over the last four seasons. Kansas’ four-straight 30-win seasons from 2009-10 to 2012-13 are the most consecutive 30-win seasons in NCAA history (note: Memphis did it from 2006-09 yet later vacated the 2008 season).

The 2008 Winged Foot Award recipient for winning the national title, Sporting News named Self National Coach of the Year in 2000, 2009 and 2012. The 2012 Naismith and Adolph Rupp national coach of the year as well, Self is a six-time finalist for the Naismith honor (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2009 and 2012). In addition, Self is one of four coaches in NCAA Division I history to have led three different teams - Tulsa, Illinois and Kansas - to the NCAA Elite Eight, five times with KU (2004-07-08-11-12).

A member of the USA Basketball Competition Committee and board member for the National Association of Basketball Coaches, Self has coached four league player(s) of the year and 47 all-conference performers.
                     
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Returning four starters and showcasing one of the top freshmen in college basketball, Kansas won its ninth-straight, 13th Big 12 title and NCAA-leading 56th overall conference regular-season title in 2012-13. The Jayhawks went 31-6 and tied Kansas State for the conference crown with a 14-4 record, won their sixth Big 12 and 13th all-time league tournament title and entered the NCAA Tournament as a No. 1 seed for the 11th time in school history and fifth time under Self. KU was ranked in the top-10 nationally in all but two polls and climbed to No. 1 in the coaches’ poll on Jan. 28. Kansas led the nation in field goal percentage
defense, marking the eighth time in Self’s 10 seasons at KU that the Jayhawks have led the conference in field goal percentage defense.

Kansas’ run to the NCAA title game in 2011-12 was quite the accomplishment after returning only one starter and losing seven regulars from KU’s 35-3 team of 2010-11. In 2011-12, KU won its then-school-record eighth-straight conference regular-season title and advanced to its 14th Final Four. For the second half of the 2011-12 season, Kansas was ranked in the top-10 in the national polls and ended No. 2 by the coaches and No. 6 by the writers, pre-NCAA Tournament. Self was named the Naismith, Sporting News and Rupp national coach of the year and the 2012 co-Big 12 Coach of the Year.

In 2010-11, Kansas had lost three players to the NBA from the previous season, yet did not miss a beat as the Jayhawks, picked second in the Big 12 preseason poll, went 14-2 in conference play, capturing a then-school-record seventh-straight Big 12 regular-season title. Self was named the 2011 Big 12 Coach of the Year for his efforts. Kansas entered the NCAA Tournament as a No. 1 seed and advanced to the Elite Eight. KU was ranked in the top-four nationally in all but three polls during the 2010-11 season, hitting No. 1 on Feb. 14.



Bill Self ~ Breaking Presses with a 1-3-1 Alignment



Kansas entered the year ranked No. 1 for the 2009-10 season and held that ranking for all but three polls throughout the year. In the RPI’s highest-rated conference in the nation, KU won its sixth-straight Big 12 regular-season title with a 15-1 record. KU entered the 2010 NCAA Tournament as the overall No. 1 seed and posted 30 victories for the third time in four seasons.

After a successful 2008-09 campaign, Self was named the national coach of the year by eight different outlets, including four listed in the NCAA record book: The Associated Press, CBS/Chevrolet, Sporting News and USBWA. The 2009 Big 12 Coach of the Year, Self was also selected as the national coach of the year by Yahoo! Sports, Athlon Sports, CBSSports.com and ESPN.com. That season, Kansas had lost six of its top seven scorers, including all five starters and returned less than 20 percent of all but one statistical category. KU went on to win the 2009 Big 12 regular-season championship, its fifth straight, going 14-2. The Jayhawks finished 27-8 overall in 2008-09 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 as a No. 3 seed.

Nominated for two ESPY Awards (best team and best game), the 2007-08 Kansas team was one of the best in school history. Ranked seventh or higher all season, KU won a school-record 37 games en route to the school’s fifth overall and third NCAA national championship. Kansas claimed the Big 12 regular-season championship and third consecutive Big 12 tourney title. Additionally, a school-record five Jayhawks were chosen in the 2008 NBA Draft.



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The 2006-07 season was not only historic for Kansas basketball, but also in the career of Self. As KU won its 50th league title and 1,900th all-time victory, Self won his 300th career game with a road victory at Missouri. Additionally, KU was preseason No. 1 by Sports Illustrated and ranked in the Associated Press top-10 for most of the season.
Self was named the 2006 Big 12 Coach of the Year and finished fourth in the Associated Press national coach of the year voting after guiding Kansas to a 25-8 record. The Jayhawks entered the 2005-06 season unranked and with less than 15 percent returning scoring and rebounding, yet Self orchestrated KU to a 15-2 record in its last 17 games, highlighted by a Big 12 Championship to go along with the league regular-season crown.

Kansas not only won a share of the Big 12 regular-season championship in 2004-05, but also opened the season ranked No. 1 nationally in the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ polls. KU was ranked in the top-10 for all but the final poll that year.

In his inaugural season at Kansas - 2003-04 - Self guided the Jayhawks to 24 wins and the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight. He tied former KU head coach Dick Harp for the most wins by a first-year KU coach, and only Harp’s 1956-57 team - which advanced to the NCAA title game - went further under a first-year coach than Self’s Elite Eight squad.

Self came to KU from the University of Illinois, where he guided the Fighting Illini to a 78-24 record over three seasons, including two Big Ten regular-season championships, a Big Ten Tournament title and three-straight NCAA Tournament appearances. In Self’s first season in Champaign, the Illini advanced to the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight.



Bill Self ~ 'Basic' and 'Motion' 3-Out 2-In Zone Offenses



Prior to his stint at Illinois, Self coached at Tulsa from 1998 to 2000, where he led the Golden Hurricane to a record of 74-27 in three seasons, including trips to the NCAA Tournament in 1999 and 2000. Tulsa went 32-5 in 2000, setting a school single-season record for victories and advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight.

Self began his head coaching career at Oral Roberts, where he resurrected the program. Before Self took over the reins, ORU had compiled the worst record in the program’s history with a 5-22 mark in 1992-93. Although Self’s first ORU team managed just six victories in 1993-94, the win total increased to 10 the following year. In his third season at the helm, Self guided ORU to an 18-9 record. In 1996-97, ORU registered a 21-7 mark and made the school’s first postseason tournament appearance since 1983-84, receiving an invitation to the NIT.

Prior to his appointment at ORU, Self spent seven seasons as an assistant coach at Oklahoma State University. He originally joined the Cowboys’ staff for the 1986-87 season and spent the next four years working under then-OSU head coach Leonard Hamilton. In the three seasons prior to his arrival at ORU, Self served as an assistant on Eddie Sutton’s staff at OSU.

Self spent the 1985-86 season on Larry Brown’s coaching staff at Kansas. While Self was at KU, the Jayhawks went 35-4 and advanced to the Final Four in Dallas.

A native of Edmond, Okla., Self played basketball at Oklahoma State where he was a four-year letterwinner from 1982 to 1985. He received his bachelor’s degree in business in 1985 and a master’s degree in athletic administration in 1989, both from OSU.

He and his wife, Cindy, have two children: daughter, Lauren, who graduated from KU in 2013, and son, Tyler, a sophomore walk-on on the KU team.




Bill Self ~ Ball Screen with penetrate and pitch



Records

In TEN seasons at Kansas, Coach Self has won...
  • The 2008 National Championship
  • SEVEN-STRAIGHT regular-season Big 12 Titles
  • FIVE Big 12 Tournament Championships
In TEN seasons at Kansas, Coach Self has...
  • a record of 129-7 in Allen Fieldhouse (94.9 percent)
  • had a record FIVE PLAYERS taken in the 2008 NBA Draft
  • has won 12 of 16 Big 12 titles (regular-season, tournament)
  • Developed 13 NBA PROS
COACH SELF...
  • has the most wins in NCAA Division I in the last five years (165)
  • has averaged 29.6 wins per season at KU
  • is ONE OF ONLY FIVE coaches with a winning percentage of over 80% in the last seven seasons
  • has SOLD OUT every game he has coached in Allen Fieldhouse
  • has led KU to a school and Big 12 record 69-straight victories at home

Head Coach, Kansas (237-46, .837)
Year W L Pct. Big 12 League Finish/Postseason
2003-04 24 9 .727 (12-4) 2nd/NCAA Elite Eight
2004-05 23 7 .767 (12-4) T-1st/NCAA 1st Round
2005-06 25 8 .758 (13-3) T-1st/NCAA 1st Round
2006-07 33 5 .868 (14-2) 1st/NCAA Elite Eight
2007-08 37 3 .925 (13-3) T-1st/NCAA Champions
2008-09 27 8 .771 (14-2) 1st/NCAA Sweet Sixteen
2009-10 33 3 .916 (15-1) 1st/NCAA 2nd Round
2010-11 35 3 .921 (14-2) 1st/NCAA Elite Eight
2011-12 32 7 .821    
2012-13 31 6 .838    
2013-14 12 4 .750    

 

Self's Career Win-Loss Breakdown
Overall 519-168
At Home 245-31
Conference Games 172-46
 
At Kansas 237-46
At Home 129-7
On Road 57-22
On Road 51-17
 
Conference Regular Season Titles 15
Conference Postseason Tournament Championships 7
(Illinois: 2003; Kansas 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011)
In Conference Tournaments (at Kansas) 26-8 (17-3)
In NCAA Tournaments (at Kansas) 28-12 (16-7)
In Postseason Play (at Kansas) 54-20 (35-10)
In Overtime 14-8


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Topic Fully Dedicated to Bill Self, Kansas University Head Coach; 2008 NCAA National Champions, 2012 NCAA Runner Up

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Bill Self (born December 27, 1962 in Okmulgee, Oklahoma) is an American college men's basketball coach at the University of Kansas, where he led the Jayhawks to the 2008 NCAA national championship.

Self was named National Coach of the Year by The Sporting News in 2000 and 2009, Associated Press in 2009, USBWA Henry Iba Award winner in 2009, CBS/Chevrolet in 2009 and ESPN.com in 2009. He was named the Big 12 Coach of the Year in 2006, 2009, and 2011. He is a five-time finalist for the Naismith Coach of the Year Award (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2009). He was a 2010 United Nations NGO Positive Peace Award nominee for his work with Boys Clubs/Girls Clubs Of America and the Boy Scouts.

Self played collegiate basketball at Oklahoma State University, where he was a four-year letter winner between 1982 and 1985 and was an All-Big Eight freshman selection in 1982. He received his bachelor's degree in business in 1985 and a master's degree in athletic administration in 1989, both from Oklahoma State University.


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• See the Jayhawk method of defending back screens, fade screens, ball screens


with Bill Self,
University of Kansas Head Coach;
2008 NCAA Champions;
4x Big 12 Champions


For the first time, Bill Self opens the doors to historic Phog Allen Field house and his Kansas basketball program allowing an "all access" look at the first four practices of the 2009-2010 season. This extensive DVD set, produced by Championship Productions, includes more than six hours of basketball instruction that takes you step-by-step through a Kansas practice.




Listen in as Self provides coaching perspective on his practices, teaches his players, and provides coaching points for the drills and concepts he uses at Kansas.




Organized into segments, his practices include skill development, offense, defense, transition, rebounding, fundamentals, shooting, screening, post moves, 3-on-3, 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 competitive play.




The whole-part-whole teaching method is on display as Self breaks down elements of his offensive and defensive system.Discover drills for ballhandling, passing and defensive footwork. See how Self builds his defense from individual principles to the shell drill. Watch Kansas guard and post break outs. Take a look at Self's secondary offense and full court transition game.




See how Self organizes his practices, designs his drills and how each drill and segment of practice fits into the big picture. Experience what make Bill Self one of the best coaches in the country and incorporate his drills and concepts into your program today!

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Format: Color, Director's Cut, Full Screen
Language: English
Number of discs: 4
Studio: Championship Productions
Date Edition: Dec 31, 2010
Run Time: 424 minutes


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Six Effective Entries into the High/Low Motion by Coach  Bill Self
Six Effective Entries into the High/Low Motion
By Coach  Bill Self


Coach Bill Self complements his popular High/Low Motion tape with this tape on entries.

Self details and demonstrates six entries, each consisting of multiple options and counters for all five players on the floor.

Options include post-ups, 3-point shots, backdoors, and lobs out of a 1-4 and 1-2-2 alignment.
This high quality videotape, shot at one of the largest demonstration coaching clinics in the country, is an excellent complement to his High/Low Motion Offense video!

Bill Self is the author of the basketball coaching best seller book BILL SELF: At Home in the Phog

Self has been to 10 straight NCAA tournaments and advanced to the Elite Eight five times in that span, while directing three different programs.

His Kansas teams have won four straight Big 12 regular-season titles and three straight Big 12 Tournament crowns. In the decade leading up to the national championship, Self has finished first eight times in three different leagues.





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About Bill Self

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In the storied history of Kansas basketball, no coach has a higher career winning percentage at the school than Bill Self.

In 2008, in his first trip to the Final Four, Self claimed the national title.

He now boasts a 142-32 (.816) record in five years at Kansas and a 349-137 (.718) mark in 15 seasons as a Division I coach.

Self has been to 10 straight NCAA tournaments and advanced to the Elite Eight five times in that span, while directing three different programs.

His Kansas teams have won four straight Big 12 regular-season titles and three straight Big 12 Tournament crowns. In the decade leading up to the national championship, Self has finished first eight times in three different leagues.

  The other two seasons, his teams finished as conference runner-up. A former player (1981-1985) and assistant coach (1986-1993) at Oklahoma State, Self was head coach at Oral Roberts (1993-1997), Tulsa (1997-2000) and Illinois (2000-2003) before arriving at Kansas in April 2003. Self and wife Cindy have a daughter, Lauren, and son, Tyler.



Actors: Bill Self
Region: All Regions
Format: Color, Director's Cut, Full Screen
Language: English
Number of discs: 1
Studio: Championship Productions
DVD Release Date: December 2002
Run Time: 58 Minutes


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BILL SELF: At Home in the Phog
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The 2007-2008 Kansas Jayhawks capped off one of the program's most storied seasons by winning its fifth national championship, and first in 20 years.

The Jayhawks success in 2007-2008 has been credited to total team effort and the inspiring leadership of head coach Bill Self.

During his relatively short head coaching career, Self has established himself as one of college basketball's best by leading Oral Roberts to new frontiers, guiding Tulsa to its best season in school history, turning Illinois into a Big Ten powerhouse and now taking Kansas from a perennially great program to the best in the nation. ...

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Topic Fully Dedicated to Bill Self, Kansas University Head Coach; 2008 NCAA National Champions, 2012 NCAA Runner Up

         
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BILL SELF: At Home in the Phog
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The 2007-2008 Kansas Jayhawks capped off one of the program's most storied seasons by winning its fifth national championship, and first in 20 years.

The Jayhawks success in 2007-2008 has been credited to total team effort and the inspiring leadership of head coach Bill Self.

During his relatively short head coaching
career, Self has established himself as one of college basketball's best by leading Oral Roberts to new frontiers, guiding Tulsa to its best season in school history, turning Illinois into a Big Ten powerhouse and now taking Kansas from a perennially great program to the best in the nation. ...

In Bill Self's first authorized book: BILL SELF: At Home in the Phog, Self and those who know him best offer an inside look at his journey into becoming one of the game's most respected and most sought-after coaches. Self explains how he is living a dream - not only is he a head coach, but he was selected to be the steward of what James Naismith and Phog Allen created. He describes the excitement of reaching the pinnacle - leading the Jayhawks to a national title.



He gives minute-by-minute details of the contest that sent KU to the national title game. Self has achieved his dream of becoming a head coach. That much is evident. Even though he never dreamed of being the head coach at the University of Kansas, he did aspire to lead a college basketball team to greatness, which is exactly what he is doing. Self's journey proves that even though dreams may change, they can come true.

 

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In the storied history of Kansas basketball, no coach has a higher career winning percentage at the school than Bill Self. In 2008, in his first trip to the Final Four, Self claimed the national title. He now boasts a 142-32 (.816) record in five years at Kansas and a 349-137 (.718) mark in 15 seasons as a Division I coach.

  Self has been to 10 straight NCAA tournaments and advanced to the Elite Eight five times in that span, while directing three different programs.

His Kansas teams have won four straight Big 12 regular-season titles and three straight Big 12 Tournament crowns. In the decade leading up to the national championship, Self has finished first eight times in three different leagues.

  The other two seasons, his teams finished as conference runner-up. A former player (1981-1985) and assistant coach (1986-1993) at Oklahoma State, Self was head coach at Oral Roberts (1993-1997), Tulsa (1997-2000) and Illinois (2000-2003) before arriving at Kansas in April 2003. Self and wife Cindy have a daughter, Lauren, and son, Tyler.
 


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•  Authors: Bill Self with John Rohde
•  Formats: eBook & Book
•  Hardcover: 240 pages
•  Publisher: Ascend Media
•  Publishing Data: 1st edition ~ October 10, 2008
•  eBook Edition: November, 2010
•  Language: English

•  Also available: In the   new 2010 eBook format


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Topic Fully Dedicated to Bill Self, Kansas University Head Coach; 2008 NCAA National Champions, 2012 NCAA Runner Up

Bill Self ~ University of Kansas Head Coach

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In 10 season at Kansas, Bill Self is 300-59 (83.6 percent), averaging 30 wins per season on the sideline. Overall, Self has coached 20 seasons with a 519-168 (75.5 percent) record.

He won his 500th all-time game at Iowa State (108-96 in OT) on Feb. 25, 2013. The fastest KU coach to reach 300 wins at Kansas, Self’s milestone victory occurred during the 2013 NCAA Tournament against former KU coach Roy Williams’ North Carolina team, 70-58. Kansas’ 300 victories under Self are more wins than any other NCAA Division I school in the last 10 years.

He was named just the eighth head coach in Kansas basketball history on April 21, 2003.

While at Kansas, Self has won one national championship, a KU-record nine-straight regular-season Big 12 Conference titles and six league tournament championships. He is 161-8 all-time in Allen Fieldhouse and has won more league titles (nine) than has home losses (eight). In his first trip to the Final Four in 2008, Self’s team won the title.

A five-time conference coach of the year, including four times while at Kansas (2006, 2009, 2011 and 2012), Self has guided his teams to 15-straight 23-win seasons dating back to 1998-99, including 2012-13. Self’s teams have won 13 league crowns in the last 15 years, including the 2013 title. The other two seasons resulted in runner-up conference finishes.

Under Self, Kansas is 131-19 (87.3 percent) over the last four seasons. Kansas’ four-straight 30-win seasons from 2009-10 to 2012-13 are the most consecutive 30-win seasons in NCAA history (note: Memphis did it from 2006-09 yet later vacated the 2008 season).

The 2008 Winged Foot Award recipient for winning the national title, Sporting News named Self National Coach of the Year in 2000, 2009 and 2012. The 2012 Naismith and Adolph Rupp national coach of the year as well, Self is a six-time finalist for the Naismith honor (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2009 and 2012). In addition, Self is one of four coaches in NCAA Division I history to have led three different teams - Tulsa, Illinois and Kansas - to the NCAA Elite Eight, five times with KU (2004-07-08-11-12).

A member of the USA Basketball Competition Committee and board member for the National Association of Basketball Coaches, Self has coached four league player(s) of the year and 47 all-conference performers.
                     
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Returning four starters and showcasing one of the top freshmen in college basketball, Kansas won its ninth-straight, 13th Big 12 title and NCAA-leading 56th overall conference regular-season title in 2012-13. The Jayhawks went 31-6 and tied Kansas State for the conference crown with a 14-4 record, won their sixth Big 12 and 13th all-time league tournament title and entered the NCAA Tournament as a No. 1 seed for the 11th time in school history and fifth time under Self. KU was ranked in the top-10 nationally in all but two polls and climbed to No. 1 in the coaches’ poll on Jan. 28. Kansas led the nation in field goal percentage
defense, marking the eighth time in Self’s 10 seasons at KU that the Jayhawks have led the conference in field goal percentage defense.

Kansas’ run to the NCAA title game in 2011-12 was quite the accomplishment after returning only one starter and losing seven regulars from KU’s 35-3 team of 2010-11. In 2011-12, KU won its then-school-record eighth-straight conference regular-season title and advanced to its 14th Final Four. For the second half of the 2011-12 season, Kansas was ranked in the top-10 in the national polls and ended No. 2 by the coaches and No. 6 by the writers, pre-NCAA Tournament. Self was named the Naismith, Sporting News and Rupp national coach of the year and the 2012 co-Big 12 Coach of the Year.

In 2010-11, Kansas had lost three players to the NBA from the previous season, yet did not miss a beat as the Jayhawks, picked second in the Big 12 preseason poll, went 14-2 in conference play, capturing a then-school-record seventh-straight Big 12 regular-season title. Self was named the 2011 Big 12 Coach of the Year for his efforts. Kansas entered the NCAA Tournament as a No. 1 seed and advanced to the Elite Eight. KU was ranked in the top-four nationally in all but three polls during the 2010-11 season, hitting No. 1 on Feb. 14.

Kansas entered the year ranked No. 1 for the 2009-10 season and held that ranking for all but three polls throughout the year. In the RPI’s highest-rated conference in the nation, KU won its sixth-straight Big 12 regular-season title with a 15-1 record. KU entered the 2010 NCAA Tournament as the overall No. 1 seed and posted 30 victories for the third time in four seasons.

After a successful 2008-09 campaign, Self was named the national coach of the year by eight different outlets, including four listed in the NCAA record book: The Associated Press, CBS/Chevrolet, Sporting News and USBWA. The 2009 Big 12 Coach of the Year, Self was also selected as the national coach of the year by Yahoo! Sports, Athlon Sports, CBSSports.com and ESPN.com. That season, Kansas had lost six of its top seven scorers, including all five starters and returned less than 20 percent of all but one statistical category. KU went on to win the 2009 Big 12 regular-season championship, its fifth straight, going 14-2. The Jayhawks finished 27-8 overall in 2008-09 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 as a No. 3 seed.

Nominated for two ESPY Awards (best team and best game), the 2007-08 Kansas team was one of the best in school history. Ranked seventh or higher all season, KU won a school-record 37 games en route to the school’s fifth overall and third NCAA national championship. Kansas claimed the Big 12 regular-season championship and third consecutive Big 12 tourney title. Additionally, a school-record five Jayhawks were chosen in the 2008 NBA Draft.


Kansas University basketball Coach Bill Self, left, and guard Russell Robinson, right, watches as President Bush, center, bounces the basketball given to him as he honored the 2008 NCAA men's national basketball championship Kansas Jayhawks, Tuesday, June 3, 2008, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington.
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The 2006-07 season was not only historic for Kansas basketball, but also in the career of Self. As KU won its 50th league title and 1,900th all-time victory, Self won his 300th career game with a road victory at Missouri. Additionally, KU was preseason No. 1 by Sports Illustrated and ranked in the Associated Press top-10 for most of the season.
Self was named the 2006 Big 12 Coach of the Year and finished fourth in the Associated Press national coach of the year voting after guiding Kansas to a 25-8 record. The Jayhawks entered the 2005-06 season unranked and with less than 15 percent returning scoring and rebounding, yet Self orchestrated KU to a 15-2 record in its last 17 games, highlighted by a Big 12 Championship to go along with the league regular-season crown.

Kansas not only won a share of the Big 12 regular-season championship in 2004-05, but also opened the season ranked No. 1 nationally in the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ polls. KU was ranked in the top-10 for all but the final poll that year.

In his inaugural season at Kansas - 2003-04 - Self guided the Jayhawks to 24 wins and the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight. He tied former KU head coach Dick Harp for the most wins by a first-year KU coach, and only Harp’s 1956-57 team - which advanced to the NCAA title game - went further under a first-year coach than Self’s Elite Eight squad.

Self came to KU from the University of Illinois, where he guided the Fighting Illini to a 78-24 record over three seasons, including two Big Ten regular-season championships, a Big Ten Tournament title and three-straight NCAA Tournament appearances. In Self’s first season in Champaign, the Illini advanced to the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight.

Prior to his stint at Illinois, Self coached at Tulsa from 1998 to 2000, where he led the Golden Hurricane to a record of 74-27 in three seasons, including trips to the NCAA Tournament in 1999 and 2000. Tulsa went 32-5 in 2000, setting a school single-season record for victories and advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight.

Self began his head coaching career at Oral Roberts, where he resurrected the program. Before Self took over the reins, ORU had compiled the worst record in the program’s history with a 5-22 mark in 1992-93. Although Self’s first ORU team managed just six victories in 1993-94, the win total increased to 10 the following year. In his third season at the helm, Self guided ORU to an 18-9 record. In 1996-97, ORU registered a 21-7 mark and made the school’s first postseason tournament appearance since 1983-84, receiving an invitation to the NIT.

Prior to his appointment at ORU, Self spent seven seasons as an assistant coach at Oklahoma State University. He originally joined the Cowboys’ staff for the 1986-87 season and spent the next four years working under then-OSU head coach Leonard Hamilton. In the three seasons prior to his arrival at ORU, Self served as an assistant on Eddie Sutton’s staff at OSU.

Self spent the 1985-86 season on Larry Brown’s coaching staff at Kansas. While Self was at KU, the Jayhawks went 35-4 and advanced to the Final Four in Dallas.

A native of Edmond, Okla., Self played basketball at Oklahoma State where he was a four-year letterwinner from 1982 to 1985. He received his bachelor’s degree in business in 1985 and a master’s degree in athletic administration in 1989, both from OSU.

He and his wife, Cindy, have two children: daughter, Lauren, who graduated from KU in 2013, and son, Tyler, a sophomore walk-on on the KU team.



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In TEN seasons at Kansas, Coach Self has won...
  • The 2008 National Championship
  • SEVEN-STRAIGHT regular-season Big 12 Titles
  • FIVE Big 12 Tournament Championships
In TEN seasons at Kansas, Coach Self has...
  • a record of 129-7 in Allen Fieldhouse (94.9 percent)
  • had a record FIVE PLAYERS taken in the 2008 NBA Draft
  • has won 12 of 16 Big 12 titles (regular-season, tournament)
  • Developed 13 NBA PROS
COACH SELF...
  • has the most wins in NCAA Division I in the last five years (165)
  • has averaged 29.6 wins per season at KU
  • is ONE OF ONLY FIVE coaches with a winning percentage of over 80% in the last seven seasons
  • has SOLD OUT every game he has coached in Allen Fieldhouse
  • has led KU to a school and Big 12 record 69-straight victories at home

Head Coach, Kansas (237-46, .837)
Year W L Pct. Big 12 League Finish/Postseason
2003-04 24 9 .727 (12-4) 2nd/NCAA Elite Eight
2004-05 23 7 .767 (12-4) T-1st/NCAA 1st Round
2005-06 25 8 .758 (13-3) T-1st/NCAA 1st Round
2006-07 33 5 .868 (14-2) 1st/NCAA Elite Eight
2007-08 37 3 .925 (13-3) T-1st/NCAA Champions
2008-09 27 8 .771 (14-2) 1st/NCAA Sweet Sixteen
2009-10 33 3 .916 (15-1) 1st/NCAA 2nd Round
2010-11 35 3 .921 (14-2) 1st/NCAA Elite Eight
2011-12 32 7 .821    
2012-13 31 6 .838    
2013-14 12 4 .750    

 

Self's Career Win-Loss Breakdown
Overall 519-168
At Home 245-31
Conference Games 172-46
 
At Kansas 237-46
At Home 129-7
On Road 57-22
On Road 51-17
 
Conference Regular Season Titles 15
Conference Postseason Tournament Championships 7
(Illinois: 2003; Kansas 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011)
In Conference Tournaments (at Kansas) 26-8 (17-3)
In NCAA Tournaments (at Kansas) 28-12 (16-7)
In Postseason Play (at Kansas) 54-20 (35-10)
In Overtime 14-8


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