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« Reply #29 on: Feb 24, 2014, 01:12:41 AM »

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Transition Basketball with Six Secondary Break Sets with Fred Hoiberg

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NEW Basketball DVD on DECEMBER 31th., 2013 ~ 60 minutes

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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• 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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« Reply #28 on: Oct 20, 2013, 12:46:48 AM »

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Bob McKillop: Drills to Build Your Offensive Imagination
DVD with Bob McKillop, Davidson College Head Coach

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• Learn the "attack the attacker" philosophy to force defensive mistakes
  and create offensive opportunities
 • Learn how to improve your team's shooting percentages by 3 to 5 percent
 • Discover ways to utilize a drill for both offensive and defensive principles in any system


Fill your playbook with excellent motion and set offenses that will help your players become better on the offensive end of the court.

2013 USA Basketball World University Games Head Coach Bob McKillop details the offensive system he uses to put breakdown drills in place. You will learn how to teach the offense within your program and discover the concept of attacking the attacker to create flow and rhythm in your offensive. McKillop emphasizes simplicity, which enables players to read the defense and create the appropriate rhythm and flow.

Using on-court demonstrations to present the basic principles of the Davidson offense, McKillop describes how these drills have created teams that are successful on the offensive end.

You will learn how to teach your players to attack space, find the open man, catch and see the floor, dribble with a purpose, and finish the cut in order to make your half-court offense unstoppable. Coach McKillop uses on-court demonstrations to teach five drills that instill these concepts, yet keeps your offensive game simple. These drills will help players become better decision-makers on the court.

This is one of the best DVDs you can buy at any level to help teach players how to play basketball - not just a patterned offense. Coach McKillop's concepts are easy to implement at any level and will help every player develop into an offensive threat.

Produced at the 2013 Tunica (MS) clinic.

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« Reply #27 on: Oct 10, 2013, 04:39:17 AM »

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

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

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



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

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

Pre-season Practice #1

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

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



All Access Basketball Practice with Tubby Smith


Pre-season Practice #2

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

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



Tubby Smith: Ball-Line Defense


Mid-season Practice #1

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

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



Tubby Smith's Offensive System


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

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



Tubby Smith: Utilizing a Zone Defensive System


Mid-season Practice #2

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

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



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


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

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



Tubby Smith: Full-Court Match-Up Pressure Defense


Coaches Clinic

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

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



Tubby Smith: The Kentucky 1-4 High Offense


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

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

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

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

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



Tubby Smith: 10 Variations of the Kentucky Flex Offense


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



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

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

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

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

TUBBY SMITH AT A GLANCE



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




COLLEGIATE COACHING EXPERIENCE

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

COACHING RECORD

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

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

45-19 (.703)

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

10 seasons

263-83 (.760)

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

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

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


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

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



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



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

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

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

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

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

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• Make conditioning a factor in the game.
   By pressing and running the entire game, the opponent
   often becomes fatigued by the 4th quarter.
   Our practices are up-tempo and our players become well-conditioned.
• The run and jump makes it more difficult for our opponent
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   on beating our press.
• The run and jump press helps create turnovers, steals,
   and easy baskets in transition.



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About the Author: Forrest Larson

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

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

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

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




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


"... At the Take It To The Rim Basketball Camp, you will use many of the same drills that we use in our own individual instruction program.  The Take It To The Rim Basketball Camp is one of the best instructional and skill development camps in the country.  If you are serious about putting in the time and effort that it takes to become a better basketball player; I would strongly recommend that the Take It To The Rim Basketball Camp be a part of your summer schedule. ..."
Billy Donovan
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"... Forrest Larson is one of the best I have ever seen working with young basketball players, improving their offensive skills.  Our staff and players always look forward to inviting him to the Iowa Basketball Camps each summer. ..."
Steve Alford
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“... Coach Larson does an outstanding job of teaching players how to build an effective ball handling program. Motivation, goal setting, and intense drills are part of a productive package. He’s one of the best teachers I’ve ever seen. ...”
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