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« Reply #10 on: Sep 09, 2012, 10:20:24 PM »

Basketball Fundamentals and Basketball Youth Training • Fundamentos del Baloncesto y Entrenamiento Juvenil

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Coaching Middle School Basketball 3-Pack with Nick Cammarano
Coaching Middle School Basketball
3-Pack DVD
with Nick Cammarano



"...  My name is Nick Cammarano and I coach boys' basketball at Frank Antonides School in West Long Branch. I started training basketball players with an idea to get young players to steadily improve on their game with hard work and dedication. I use innovative techniques to get the most out of my workouts with the players.

QBI - Quality Basketball Instruction will train players in the Monmouth County area from grades 1-12. In three short years, I have trained over 35 players in various parts of Monmouth County.
I get my true reward seeing a player perform to their highest level in grammar school, high school, or travel teams. In the summer of 2012, I launched my own QBI Summer Basketbal Camps at St. Catherine's gym in Middletown, New Jersey. In September 2012, my three DVDS with Championship Productions were unveiled in their fall catalog.
If you or a player you know wants to take their game to new heights ! ..."
Nick Cammarano, Frank Antonides (NJ) Middle School Boys' Basketball Coach


Coaching Middle School Basketball: Organizing a Tryout
Coaching Middle School Basketball: Organizing a Tryout


• Learn the four things that need to be done before a tryout even starts
• Discover easy warm-up drills that will help you evaluate the type of skills
    your players possess
• Learn the top three things to look for in guards and forwards
• Learn to effectively use all of your court space to maximize time
    and repetitions
• Learn how to make your players feel comfortable about the tryout experience




with Nick Cammarano,
Frank Antonides (NJ) Middle School Boys' Basketball Coach;
career winning percentage (.711), seven 20 win seasons,
1 Undefeated Season - (30-0) - 2003,
1 Run for the Roses Championship,
264 career wins in 14 seasons;
Founder and Director of the
Quality Basketball Instruction (QBI) Basketball Camps


A painful part of being a coach - a part that many coaches hate - is preseason tryouts. This is especially true when it becomes clear that cuts are in order to get the team to a manageable number of players. The best way to make these tryouts easier for the players, coaches and parents alike is to have structured, well-planned practices for tryouts.

Middle School Coach Nick Cammarano explains how you can structure a tryout and shares the secrets to developing a successful tryout system that everyone can feel good about participating in. Whether it's demonstrating drills or teaching you what to look for during a tryout session, Coach Cammarano will make sure you are in a position to choose the best team possible.

Cammarano provides an essential list of items that need to be addressed before any tryout. Things like announcing the tryout, ensuring players get their physicals, player and parent meetings and more.

On the court, you will see a series of drills that will help you make confident decisions when you select your team and that can help you distinguish between players who appear to be similar in comparison. Cammarano diagrams every drill that he uses so you are fully prepared to teach your players how to properly execute the drill.

Just as important as the drills themselves, Coach Cammarano provides insights into which skills and traits to look for in your players and why. He runs his "hopefuls" through dribbling, passing, and a variety of shooting drills to evaluate their complete skill set. He uses uses a 3-on-2 / 2-on-1 drill, free throws, suicides and 3-on-3 play to measure player assertiveness and to discover the "athletes" in the tryout. You'll also learn three qualities you can use to assess potential guards and forwards for the team.

Without having a plan, a tryout can be hectic. Effectively organizing your tryouts will save you time and frustration, ensure each player gets an opportunity to showcase their skills, and allow you to build a balanced team that includes all the basketball skills you need to be successful.


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Coaching Middle School Basketball: Structuring a Practice Plan
Coaching Middle School Basketball: Structuring a Practice Plan


• Maximize your practice time, repetition, and court space

• Design a practice that builds skill sets for both guards and post players
    without wasting valuable practice time

• Learn how to use the part/whole teaching method so your players
    implement their individual skills into game situations




with Nick Cammarano,
Frank Antonides (NJ) Middle School Boys' Basketball Coach;
career winning percentage (.711), seven 20 win seasons,
1 Undefeated Season - (30-0) - 2003,
1 Run for the Roses Championship,
264 career wins in 14 seasons;
Founder and Director of the
Quality Basketball Instruction (QBI) Basketball Camps


In order to develop a consistently successful basketball program, developing players at the middle school level is crucial. Middle school is where basketball players start their careers and a place where good fundamentals are established.

Nick Cammarano has developed an instructional video that will show you how to structure a middle school practice and provide you with a practice blue print that will propel you through the season.

Coach Cammarano demonstrates how he sets up his 90 minute, middle school practice to make his players highly successful. He uses a combination of fundamental and advanced drills to instruct his players through individual skill work, passing, shooting, rebounding, team offense and defense, and special situations.

Each segment of practice is designed to put your players through a rigorous workout and to build their confidence. Cammarano's drills are designed to do more in less time making your practices more efficient.

Coach Cammarano brings all of the skill work together towards the end of his practices by putting his players into various 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 settings. These segments focus on offensive sets, out of bound plays, zone offense and zone defense, and a competitive game to teach his players how to use the skills learned in practice in a game setting.

Great for any middle school or high school coach, this DVD provides essential tools for maximizing your practice time and building a consistently successful basketball program.





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Coaching Middle School Basketball: Developing Offensive Skills
Coaching Middle School Basketball: Developing Offensive Skills


• Teach ball handling, passing, shooting and agility
    while building your players' confidence
• Develop your players' "weak hand" to make them
    greater offensive threats - regardless of their position
• Evaluate and instruct proper shooting form and fundamentals
    for all areas of the court
• Improve your players' agility while working on basketball skills
    to maximize your practice time




with Nick Cammarano,
Frank Antonides (NJ) Middle School Boys' Basketball Coach;
career winning percentage (.711), seven 20 win seasons,
1 Undefeated Season - (30-0) - 2003,
1 Run for the Roses Championship,
264 career wins in 14 seasons;
Founder and Director of the
Quality Basketball Instruction (QBI) Basketball Camps


Perhaps the most important thing you can do for a young basketball player is to help them develop their individual skills. The ability to shoot, pass and dribble is what makes basketball fun for young players.

In this DVD, you will see a series of offensive skills and drills that will build a foundation for success for your young players. The DVD includes instruction in four skill areas:

• Ball Handling - Incorporate ball handling drills that progress from stationary to moving and from one-ball to two-ball drills. These drills develop the necessary ball handling skills with both hands and help players develop ball control regardless of position.

• Passing - These drills teach the correct fundamentals for both throwing and catching a variety of passes. Players work together on passing into different finishes such as lay ups or shooting. Incorporating these into offensive breakdown drills shows when, how, and why to make the pass in a game.

• Agility - This agility series incorporates reaction and quickness drills with a basketball to create a quicker basketball player on the offensive and defensive ends of the court.

• Shooting - Features more than 10 drills that combine form shooting with movement to prepare your players for game situations. These drills develop pivoting, catching, squaring up, rebounding and converting, finishing moves, and more. Improve your shooting from all areas of the court.

End your workouts with great competitive energy using "Hustle Shots," a competitive shooting game. Court diagrams are provided to help you maximize your court space.

Maximum interaction and covering key skill areas is the emphasis behind structuring an offensive skills workout. Even if you are a first time coach and know little about basketball, this DVD includes easy to understand instructions, key skills and how to look for skills in each player.

Fundamentally strong players are more successful and have more fun. Order now and help your players develop the skills and confidence they need to be successful basketball players.





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Coaching Middle School Basketball: Organizing a Tryout

Coaching Middle School Basketball: Structuring a Practice Plan

Coaching Middle School Basketball: Developing Offensive Skills



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Youth Basketball Training

Basketball Practice Planning

Basketball Practice

Youth Basketball Coaching Accessories

Basketball Program Development

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About Coach Nick Cammarano

Coaching Middle School Basketball 3-Pack with Nick Cammarano



"...  My name is Nick Cammarano and I coach boys' basketball at Frank Antonides School in West Long Branch. I started training basketball players three years ago with an idea to get young players to steadily improve on their game with hard work and dedication.

I use innovative techniques to get the most out of my workouts with the players. QBI - Quality Basketball Instruction will train players in the Monmouth County area from grades 1-12. In three short years, I have trained over 35 players in various parts of Monmouth County.

I get my true reward seeing a player perform to their highest level in grammar school, high school, or travel teams. In the summer of 2012, I launched my own QBI Summer Basketbal Camps at St. Catherine's gym in Middletown, New Jersey.

In September 2012, my three DVDS with Championship Productions were unveiled in their fall catalog. ..."
 

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« Reply #9 on: Jul 13, 2012, 12:09:28 AM »

Basketball Fundamentals and Basketball Youth Training • Fundamentos del Baloncesto y Entrenamiento Juvenil


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Coaching Youth Basketball - 5th Edition
by American Sport Education Program
and Don Showalter


This new edition shows coaches how to prepare for games, teach skills, correct mistakes, encourage players and provide a safe playing environment.
     
Incorporating a player-centric model which places greater emphasis on the development of players than on coaches: preparing for and conducting efficient, age-specific practices and providing a safe playing environment
This book also offers key communication and teaching concepts and hands-on advice to assist coaches in all phases of player development including individual skills, team tactics and understanding and enjoyment of the game.

It features more skills and and includes many new photographs and diagrams to facilitate coaches’ understanding of the game-like drills. It also offers dynamic and effective learning tools for players to hone their skills and deepen their understanding of the game.

Coaching Youth Basketball equips coaches to provide a rewarding season for players as they continue to develop their skills and most importantly experience fun through this development.


Game Time, Lineup and Substitutions


Excerpts from Coaching Youth Basketball, Fifth Edition

“... Although you won’t need to create a complex game strategy, as mentioned before, you will need to make tactical decisions in several areas throughout a game. You’ll make decisions about who starts the game and when to enter substitutes, about making slight adjustments to your team’s tactics, and about dealing with players’ performance errors.

When considering playing time, make sure that everyone on the team gets to play at least half of each game. This should be your guiding principle as you consider starting and substitution patterns. It is also nice if each player has a chance to start one game during your season. Realize that some players may play better in a starting role than when coming off the bench. We suggest you consider two options in substituting players:

1. Substituting individually. Replace one player with another. This offers you a lot of latitude in deciding who goes in when, and it gives you the greatest combination of players throughout the game. Keeping track of playing time can be difficult, but this task could be made easier by assigning it to an assistant or a parent.

You may want to try substituting players by time left in the quarter, especially when working with younger age groups. For example, you can let a substitute know that she will play the last four minutes of each quarter, or that she will replace a player at the six-minute mark of the quarter. This will let the player know when she can expect to get into the game and will help the player be more prepared for her playing time.

In addition, if a player plays so hard that she asks to be taken out of a game, you should allow her to go back in when she is ready. This will let your players know that they can play hard without worrying that another individual will sub in for them and they will not get back in the game.

2. Substituting by quarters. The advantage of substituting players after each quarter is that you can easily track playing time, and players know how long they will be in before they might be replaced. When substituting by quarters, you should still keep track of the actual number of minutes that each player is on the court. ...”



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Time-Outs and Intermissions


"... At the younger age levels (5 and 6, 7 and 8, or 9 and 10), you probably won’t adjust your team tactics, or plays, too significantly during a game. Rather, you’ll focus on the basic tactics, and during breaks in the game, you’ll emphasize the specific tactics your team needs to work on. However, coaches of 11- to 14-year-olds might have reason to make tactical adjustments to improve their team’s chances of performing well and winning. As games progress, assess your opponents’ style of play and tactics, and make adjustments that are appropriate—that is, those that your players are prepared for. You may want to consider the following examples when adjusting team tactics:

• How does your opponent usually initiate their attack? Do they aim to get around, over, or through your defense? This can help you make defensive adjustments.

• Who are the strongest players on the opposing team? The weakest players? As you identify strong players, you’ll want to assign more skilled players to defend them.

• Are the opponent’s forwards fast and powerful? Do they come to the ball, or do they try to run behind the defense and receive passes? Their mode of attack should influence how you instruct your players to defend them.

• On defense, does your opponent play a high-pressure game, or do they retreat once you’ve gained possession of the ball? Either type of defense could call for a different strategy from you.

• Ask your players, “What does the player you are guarding do well?” Then ask, “Do you think you can stop the player from doing that?” This will help players adjust their game to what the opponent does best.

Knowing the answers to such questions can help you formulate an effective game plan and make proper adjustments during a game. However, don’t stress tactics too much during a game. Doing so can take the fun out of the game for the players. If you don’t trust your memory, carry a pen and pad to note which team tactics and individual skills need attention at the next practice. This is also a good job for your assistant. ..."



Interaction With Opposing Coaches and Officials


"... You must respect the opponents and officials you encounter in your competitions. Without them, there wouldn’t be a competition. Opponents provide opportunities for your team to test itself, improve, and excel. Officials help provide a fair and safe experience for players and, as appropriate, help them learn the rules of the game.

You and your team should show respect for opponents and officials by giving your best efforts and being civil. Don’t allow your players to “trash talk” or taunt an opponent or an official. Such behavior is disrespectful to the spirit of the competition, and you should immediately remove a player from a game if that player disobeys your team rules in this area.

Remember, too, that officials at this level are quite often teenagers—in many cases not much older than the players themselves—and the level of officiating should be commensurate to the level of play. In other words, don’t expect perfection from officials any more than you do from your own players. Especially at younger levels, the officials won’t make every call, because to do so would stop the game too frequently. You may find that officials at younger levels only call the most flagrant violations—those directly affecting the outcome of the game. As long as the calls are being made consistently on both sides and the violations are being addressed, most of your officiating concerns will be alleviated.

If you yell at or disagree with the officials constantly, you are giving your team an excuse for not playing well or losing the game. Don’t give your players an excuse for losing or playing poorly by blaming the officials. ..."


Coaching Youth Basketball-5th Edition by American Sport Education Program and Don Showalter



Synopsis

Coaching Youth Basketball, Fifth Edition, will help you run organized practices as you develop your players’ fundamental skills. Written by the American Sport Education Program (ASEP), in conjunction with expert coach Don Showalter of USA Basketball, this book covers all aspects of player development that you need to know:

• Preparing for and conducting efficient, age-specific practices

• Teaching and developing skills

• Providing a safe playing environment

• Identifying and correcting errors in performance

• Communicating with and encouraging players

You’ll also gain court-tested tips on running your team; communicating with players, officials, parents, and other coaches; providing basic first aid; and keeping it all fun. The book contains drills and coaching tips that are sure to jump-start your practices and improve players’ performance. In addition, you receive many photos and diagrams to facilitate your understanding of the skills and drills.

Ideal for coaches of players ages 5 to 14, the fifth edition of Coaching Youth Basketball will help you focus on long-term athlete development by creating an environment in which your players can learn, progress in their skill development, increase their understanding of the game, and, most important, have fun.


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“... In Coaching Youth Basketball, Fifth Edition, USA Basketball developmental national team coach Don Showalter gives coaches the information and tools needed for their players to succeed on the court. ...”
Mike Krzyzewski-- Head Men’s Basketball Coach Duke University

“... The fifth edition of Coaching Youth Basketball covers everything from conducting successful practices to encouraging players. Don Showalter offers hands-on advice to help coaches develop players’ skills and increase their enjoyment of the game. ...”
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The fifth edition of Coaching Youth Basketball was written by the American Sport Education Program (ASEP) in conjunction with USA Basketball’s Don Showalter.

Coaching Youth Basketball-5th Edition by American Sport Education Program and Don Showalter
Don Showalter has coached the USA men’s developmental national team since 2008, leading them to gold medals at the 2009 and 2011  FIBA Americas U16 Championship and the 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship.

He was named the USA Basketball Junior Developmental Coach of the Year in 2009 and 2010 and National Coach of the Year by the National High School Athletic Coaches Association in 2009 and coached in the prestigious McDonald’s All-American game in 1999.

Showalter has been the head boys’ basketball coach and activities director at Mid-Prairie High School in Wellman, Iowa, since 1984. His winning percentage is .669 (557-275), and he has been named Iowa Basketball Coaches Association Coach of the Year nine times.
Showalter has directed basketball camps in Russia, Mexico, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, England, and Scotland.


;            
American Sport Education Program
has been developing and delivering coaching education courses since 1981. As the nation’s leading coaching education program, ASEP works with national, state, and local sport organizations to develop educational programs for coaches, officials, administrators, and parents. These programs incorporate ASEP’s philosophy of “Athletes first, winning second.”


           
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Table of Contents

Part I. Managing

Chapter 1. Responsibilities

Chapter 2. Preparations

Chapter 3. Game Days

Part II. Teaching

Chapter 4. Offensive Skills

Chapter 5. Offensive Tactics

Chapter 6. Offensive Drills

Chapter 7. Defensive Skills

Chapter 8. Defensive Tactics

Chapter 9. Defensive Drills

Part III. Practicing

Chapter 10. Practices for Ages 5 and 6

Chapter 11. Practices for Ages 7 and 8

Chapter 12. Practices for Ages 9 and 10

Chapter 13. Practices for Ages 11 and 12

Chapter 14. Practices for Ages 13 and 14

Appendix
About the Authors



• Author:   American Sport Education Program and Don Showalter
• Format: Book
• Book Edition Number of Pages: 264 ~ 251 x 175 x 15 mm
• Publisher: Human Kinetics ~ 5th edition
• Book Publishing Date: NEW ON June 21, 2012
• eBook Edition:
• Book Edition Binding: Paperback
• Book Edition Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
• Language: English


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« Reply #8 on: Sep 29, 2011, 07:34:08 PM »

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Peter Maravich (June 22, 1947 – January 5, 1988) was an American basketball player known for his dazzling ballhandling, incredible shooting abilities, and creative passing. He learned at a very young age fundamental basketball and ball handling drills from his father, coach Press Maravich.

He would follow his father and coach throughout the eastern and gulf seaboards as a young man before exploding onto the National Basketball Association (NBA) in his own right.


Nicknamed "Pistol Pete", Maravich starred in college at Louisiana State University (LSU) and for three NBA teams.

Maravich is still the all-time leading NCAA Division I scorer, averaging a staggering 44.2 points per game, without the benefit of a three-point line and despite the fact that when Pete was in his first year of college, the NCAA had separate freshmen and varsity basketball teams and freshmen were not allowed to play on the varsity team.

Years later former LSU head basketball coach Dale Brown charted every college game Maravich played, taking into consideration all shots Pete took. The coach calculated that at the NCAA rule of a three-point line at 19-foot, 9-inches from the rim, Maravich would have averaged thirteen 3-point scores per game, which would have given the player a career average of 57 points per game.

Pistol Pete was an incredible player with extraordinary skills. Many believed he was years ahead of the game - and many of greatest NBA players mention Pistol Pete as one of their idols while they were growing up. That says a lot about his impact on the game.

He is the NCAA all-time leading scorer, NBA All-Star, and the youngest Hall of Fame inductee. He was blessed with great athletic ability, but more importantly he had the drive and determination needed to become one of the best ever!

Pistol Pete Maravich ... the name still rings in the ears of basketball fans across America. College basketball's all-time leading scorer ... NBA All-Star ... and finally the youngest professional inductee into the Basketball Hall of Fame! Now from Pistol Pete comes the most comprehensive instructional series ever produced. No other series can offer the many-faceted combination of instruction, motivation and one-of-a-kind drills. 1987.


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"... We bought these DVDs for our teenage daughter and she has watched them and worked on the drills. They are easy to follow and the tips are so applicable to the game today. Pete Maravich is a classic and definitely a one-of-a-kind player! ..."
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About Peter "Pistol Pete" Maravich

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Peter "Pistol Pete" Maravich (June 22, 1947 -- January 5, 1988) was an American basketball player known for his dazzling ballhandling, incredible shooting abilities, and creative passing. He learned at a very young age fundamental basketball and ball handling drills from his father coach Press Maravich. He would follow his father and coach throughout the eastern and gulf seaboards as a young man before exploding onto the National Basketball Association (NBA) in his own right.

Maravich starred in college at Louisiana State University and for three NBA teams. Maravich is still the all-time leading NCAA Division I scorer, averaging a staggering 44.2 points per game, without the benefit of a three-point line and despite the fact that when Pete was in his first year of college, the NCAA had separate freshmen and varsity basketball teams and freshmen were not allowed to play on the varsity team. It was calculated by LSU coach Dale Brown that Maravich would have averaged 57 points per game with the benefit of a college three-point line.





After graduating from LSU in 1970, Maravich was the third selection in the first round of that year's NBA player draft[2] and made league history when he signed a $1.6 million contract — one of the highest salaries at the time — with the Atlanta Hawks. He wasted little time becoming a prime time player by averaging 23.2 points per game his rookie season and being named to the NBA All-Rookie Team. After spending four seasons in Atlanta, Maravich was traded to the New Orleans Jazz for 8 players, where he peaked as an NBA showman and superstar. He made the All-NBA First Team in 1976 and 1977 and the All-NBA Second Team in 1973 and 1978. He led the NBA in scoring in the 1976-77 with 31.1 points per game.

In ten NBA seasons, Maravich, a five time NBA All-Star, scored 15,948 points in 658 games for a 24.2 points per game average (16th All Time). His NBA single game high, a 68-point explosion before fouling out, came against the New York Knicks on February 25, 1977.



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  •  Run Time: 210 minutes


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with Joanne P. McCallie


Joanne P. McCallie (born in Monterey, California in 1966) is the head coach of the Duke University women's basketball team. McCallie is known as "Coach P" because of her maiden name, Palombo.
McCallie was named head coach at Duke on April 18, 2007, replacing Gail Goestenkors, who had left to coach at Texas. Before Duke and the Atlantic Coast Conference, McCallie spent seven years as the head coach at Michigan State University in the Big Ten Conference.
While with the Spartans, she led the team to 149 wins and 75 losses (.670), including five straight NCAA Tournament appearances (2003–2007). McCallie has an overall record of 316-148 (.681) and 11 NCAA tournament appearances. She replaced Karen Langeland, who retired following 24 years as the head coach at MSU.

While at MSU, McCallie also led the 2006 USA Basketball U20 National Team to a FIBA Americas U20 Championship and gold medal, and was selected to coach the 2007 USA Basketball Women's U21 Team in the FIBA World Championship under 21 for women.



•  Get an "All-Access" look at three of Joanne P. McCallie's
     practices at Duke University
•  Add a variety of offensive and defensive drills
     to your drill catalog
•  Get an insiders look at the Duke early offense
     and half-court offensive philosophy


with Joanne P. McCallie,
Duke University Head Women's Basketball Coach;
2005 National Coach of the Year (Michigan State);
Gold medalist coach of the 2006 U-20 National Team
and the 2007 U21 World Championship Team


Learn the essentials to running a successful practice from one of the top women's coaches in the game today-Joanne P. McCallie! This is your chance to watch three practices leading up to Duke's opening contest for the 2009-10 season in which the Blue Devils finished 30-6 and earned a 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament.


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TEAM WARM UP:
Coach McCallie begins each practice with a team warm-up/stretching segment, individual development drills, and team development drills. These drills are designed to improve ball handling, passing and shooting skills while incorporating McCallie's offensive and defensive philosophy. You will see break down drills for post and perimeter players, situational transition drills and full court conditioning drills.





OFFENSE:
Get an in-depth look at McCallie's offensive system from the early offense philosophy and calls to half court options into the shot clock play, plus a look at what they do versus zone defenses. You will see how Duke executes its early offense through different reads and calls versus a 5-on-0 setting as well as in a 5-on-5 scrimmage. You also get an in-depth look at some of Duke's half-court offensive sets they use versus man and zone defense.





DEFENSE:
On the defensive side of the ball, McCallie shows some of her man defensive drills as well as her match-up zone. See how Duke defends on the ball, works on transition defense and defends the post. See techniques for disrupting the ball, eliminating passing lanes and placing pressure on the offense. She adds to the defense by showing where and how they trap to cause disruption to the offense.





Experience is what makes Joanne P. McCallie one of the top coaches in the country. Incorporate her concepts into your program for next season.

3 DVDs (259 minutes). Dec 31, 2010


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"... Those who have not known Joanne P. McCallie long may wonder why her players and those who know her well call her “Coach P.” The “P” stands for Palombo, her maiden name. McCallie is proud of her Italian heritage, and early in her career found many similarities between herself and coaching legend Jim Valvano. She reasoned that if there could be a “Jimmy V”, why not a “Joanne P?” Therefore, during her years as Joanne Palombo, she became known as “Coach P,” and after her marriage to John McCallie, she decided to keep the “P” as a middle initial. But old habits die hard, so players, coaches, staff members and friends continue to refer to her simply as “Coach P.” ..."
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The ACC Coach of the Year in 2010, Head Coach Joanne P. McCallie enters her fourth season at the helm of the Blue Devils’ program. LAST year, McCallie guided Duke to its sixth ACC Championship and ninth regular season ACC title in school history. Along the way, she also became the first coach in Division I history to be crowned champion in four different conferences, as well as the first coach in NCAA history to garner coach of the year accolades in four different leagues. Coach P and the Blue Devils return several experienced veterans and will welcome the nation’s No. 1 ranked recruiting class for the 2010-11 campaign.

In just three years, Coach P has guided the Blue Devils to an 82-22 overall record, a 33-9 mark in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) action and three NCAA Tournament selections, including a No. 1 seed in 2009 and an Elite Eight appearance in 2010, while collecting her first ACC regular season and Tournament titles in 2010. Her 78.6 winning percentage in ACC contests ranks first on the conference’s all-time coaching charts. Meanwhile, Coach P’s winning percentage of 78.9 in all games is first among active coaches in the ACC and second in the conference’s all-time coaching records.


Current position
Title: Head coach
Team: Duke University
Record: 117-25 (.824)

Biographical details
Born: 1966
Place of birth: Monterey, California

Playing career
1984-1987 Northwestern University
Position(s) Guard

Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1988 - 1992 ~ Auburn (asst.)
1992 - 2000 ~ Maine
2000 - 2007 ~ Michigan State
2006 ~ USA U-21
2007 ~ USA U-20
2007 - present ~ Duke

Head coaching record
Overall 316-148 (.681)

Accomplishments and honors

Championships
North Atlantic Conference (1995, 96, 97)
America East Conference (1999)
Big Ten Conference (2005)

Awards
Conference Coach of the Year (1995, 96, 99, 05)
National Coach of the Year (2005)
New England Basketball Hall of Fame






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•  Language: English
•  Number of discs: 3
•  Studio: Championship Productions
•  Date Edition: Dec 31, 2010
•  Run Time: 259 minutes


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Bob Hurley Coaching High School Basketball 4-Pack
Bob Hurley Coaching
High School Basketball 4-Pack
By 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.

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.

Bob Hurley: Motion and Zone Offenses
Bob Hurley: Motion and Zone Offenses


with Bob Hurley,
St. Anthony's High School (NJ) Basketball Coach;
2010 Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee;
25x State Parochial Championships
3x USA Today National Championships (1989, 1996, 2008);
2x National Coach of the Year by USA Today (1989, 1996)
A 2010 inductee to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Hulrey has won 25 state titles, three high school national championships, is a two time national coach of the year, and has over 900 career victories. More than 100 athletes have earned Division I basketball scholarships playing for Hurley, and five have been first-round picks in the NBA Draft.


Legendary coach Bob Hurley presents an on-the-court clinic presentation that details both his highly successful Zone Offense and Motion Offense philosophies with various sets and quick hitters.

Zone Offense Philosophy
Force your opponent to guard you from sideline to sideline. Hurley reveals why it is important to dribble more against zone defense than it is to dribble against man-to-man defense. See how to effectively attack zones from behind to give your team easy lay-ups.


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Defeating any Zone Defense
Hurley demonstrates five different offensive sets for attacking any zone defense you may face. He explains how to attack the weak side of a zone to create a simple 2-1 advantage with a ball reversal.

Motion Offense Philosophy
Hurley delivers 10 concepts that make his Motion Offense so successful, including: Fitting motion to your team, "tempo-ing" the game, and moving with a purpose while reading your teammates. He also provides you with an inbounds play he has used for 35 years that is so good he had to run it out of a regular set. Learn audibles and numbered cuts that you can use to keep your offense free-flowing.

Hurley shares two drills he uses to help build your own motion offense. The 11 Pass Drill and the Overplay Drill are based upon the offense making clean passes and using screens to get open as no dribbling is allowed

These are the same offenses that Bob Hurley has used to win three USA Today National Championships. Use Coach Hurley's instruction to add a new wrinkle to your Zone and Motion Offenses.


77 Minutes. 2011





Bob Hurley: Practice Planning & Program Development
Bob Hurley: Practice Planning & Program Development


•  Learn practice planning strategies from one of the most successful high school coaches in the country
•  Get a look inside the coaching philosophy, keys to success, and the basketball contract to building a successful program
•  Get a variety of fundamental drills for passing, dribbling, shooting, defense and rebounding
•  Implement and benefit from the same coaching and program philosophies that have made Bob Hurley one of the nation's elite high school coaches.



with Bob Hurley,
St. Anthony's High School (NJ) Basketball Coach;
2010 Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee;
25x State Parochial Championships
  3x USA Today National Championships (1989, 1996, 2008);
2x National Coach of the Year by USA Today (1989, 1996)
A 2010 inductee to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Hulrey has won 25 state titles, three high school national championships, is a two time national coach of the year, and has over 900 career victories. More than 100 athletes have earned Division I basketball scholarships playing for Hurley, and five have been first-round picks in the NBA Draft.


BUILDING A HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM:
Coach Hurley takes you through his coaching philosophy and provides an outline into what you need to be thinking about when building your high school program. Everything from developing your style of play to building a feeder system to cultivating an identity for your team is covered. He describes what he calls the keys to a successful program.

These eight keys include having an emphasis on fundamentals, physical fitness, playing hard, as well as his "WIN" stats. In the last section, Hurley takes you step-by-step through his team's basketball contract that his players and their parents have to sign. These 18 points cover various items both on and off the basketball court.





PRACTICE PLANNING AND DRILLS:
In this DVD presentation, Coach Hurley takes you through his thoughts and philosophy as it pertains to practice planning. The eight areas cover everything from practice set up, using the clock effectively, having a 30 second quick meets during practice just as a timeout in a game to making sure your practice special situations every day.

  On the court, Hurley shares more than 15 of his favorite practice drills that he uses with his teams. These drills include both half court and full court drills that work on the fundamentals of passing, catching, moving, shooting as well as individual and team defense drills, rebounding drills, and team shooting.

Coach Hurley is not only of the top coaches in the country but he is also one of the toughest. But his demanding style has helped his players accomplish many things both on and off the basketball court.

Take these new ideas, concepts and drills to help you not only run a more effective practice but also help you build a successful basketball program.



150 minutes. 2011




 

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Bob Hurley: Building a Multiple Defensive System
Bob Hurley: Building a Multiple Defensive System


•  Create a dominating Multiple Defensive System that confuses your opponents
•  Learn four signature presses and traps
•  Implement strategies to shut down your opponent's best player

with Bob Hurley,
St. Anthony's High School (NJ) Basketball Coach;
2010 Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee;
25x State Parochial Championships
  3x USA Today National Championships (1989, 1996, 2008);
2x National Coach of the Year by USA Today (1989, 1996)
A 2010 inductee to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Hulrey has won 25 state titles, three high school national championships, is a two time national coach of the year, and has over 900 career victories. More than 100 athletes have earned Division I basketball scholarships playing for Hurley, and five have been first-round picks in the NBA Draft.


Turn your team into a defensive powerhouse using the same concepts used by legendary high school coach Bob Hurley.

System Philosophy
Hurley stresses the importance of never staying in the same system for too long and how to adapt to your players' strengths. He shares the three things that he works on every day to build his man-to-man defense.

Pick up the three essential rules that your team must follow in order to be successful against teams that like to push the ball in transition. Learn how to turn the table on a pattern team and make them play in an uncomfortable setting.





Building the Press
Hurley demonstrates four different styles of presses and traps that he utilizes to take the other team out of their comfort zone. He explains what he does in all late game situations, his philosophy behind it and why it has been so successful.

Gimmick Defenses
  Within his system, Hurley explains that in every game he uses an "element of surprise" for at least one possession. Hurley tells stories of how he prepares for the opposition's leading scorer and what he does to keep that player from scoring.

Teach the same defensive principles that Bob Hurley has used to win three USA Today National Championships!


72 Minutes. 2011





Bob Hurley: Developing Perimeter Players
Bob Hurley: Developing Perimeter Players


with Bob Hurley,
St. Anthony's High School (NJ) Basketball Coach;
2010 Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee;
25x State Parochial Championships
  3x USA Today National Championships (1989, 1996, 2008);
2x National Coach of the Year by USA Today (1989, 1996)
A 2010 inductee to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Hulrey has won 25 state titles, three high school national championships, is a two time national coach of the year, and has over 900 career victories. More than 100 athletes have earned Division I basketball scholarships playing for Hurley, and five have been first-round picks in the NBA Draft.


In this on-court basketball DVD presentation, Coach Hurley takes you through his philosophy on effectively developing perimeter players. His drills for perimeter players develop 3-point range, the ability to drive to the rim and finish with both hands, fine tune passing skills and create a solid mid-range shot.

Hurley takes demonstrators through 11 multi-faceted drills, most of which work on multiple skills in the same drill. These drills develop shooting, ball handling, passing, rebounding and defense. The drills include:





•  2-on-0 Full Court Warm-up (6 parts)
•  5-3-1 Shooting (includes shooting, ball handling, and individual defense)
•  Curl-Pop-Fade (shooting while reading the defense while coming off a screen)
•  3 Man Shooting (three shot drill off a pick & roll situations)
•  Passing Tag
•  Half Court 3-on-3 (competitive games)
•  Pitino 1-on-1 (conditioning and shooting)
•  Drexel 1-on-1 (individual offense and defense)
•  Dribbling Routine (7 part routine working on a variety of dribbling moves)
•  Steve Nash Shooting Routine (Breaks down the 20-minute workout while adding a couple extra shot moves)
•  Thirty and a half (shooting drill to finish the workout)

Coach Hurley's perimeter player drills emphasize teaching the fundamentals slowly and gradually, building them to game speed. Insert these new ideas, concepts, and drills into your program and start getting more from your perimeter.


85 minutes. 2011





See all the items in this series ( You can get each one by separate )!

Bob Hurley: Motion and Zone Offenses

Bob Hurley: Practice Planning & Program Development

Bob Hurley: Building a Multiple Defensive System

Bob Hurley: Developing Perimeter Players


See more DVDs by Bob Hurley

About Coach Bob Hurley

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

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

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


Bob Hurley Coaching High School Basketball 4-Pack By Bob Hurley



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

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

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


•  Actors: Bob Hurley
•  Region: All Regions
•  Format: Color, Director's Cut, Full Screen
•  Language: English
•  Number of discs: 4 ~ You Can Get Each One Separately !
•  Studio: Championship Productions
•  Date Edition: NEW ON February 2011
•  Run Time: 385 minutes


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