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« Reply #14 on: Jan 13, 2013, 02:47:34 AM »

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A New Saturday... A new Basketball DVD eBA DVICE...
All Access SMU Basketball Practice 4-Pack DVD with Larry Brown
All Access
Southern Methodist University
Basketball Practice
4-Pack DVD
with Larry Brown


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

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

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

Gregg Popovich also served as an assistant to Brown.


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


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

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

Disc 1

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

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


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Disc 2

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

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


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Disc 3

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

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

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




Larry Brown's Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinement Speech



Disc 4

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

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

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

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


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


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

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

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

Career history

As player:

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

As coach:

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

Career highlights and awards

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

Career ABA statistics

Points 4,229
Rebounds 1,005

Achievements

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




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



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Format: Color, Director's Cut, Full Screen
Language: English
Number of discs: 4
Studio: Championship Productions
DVD Release Date: NEW on January 9th, 2013 !
Run Time: 325 Minutes. 4-Pack


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« Reply #13 on: Dec 30, 2012, 03:23:25 AM »

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


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

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

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

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


with Andy Toole,
Robert Morris University Head Coach

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

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


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Practice 1:

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

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




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


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Practice 2:

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




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

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





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

Practice 3:

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





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

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




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

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

294 minutes ~ 3 DVDs ~ NEW on December 27th, 2012 ! For the 2013 Season !


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


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

Playing career

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

Coaching career

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

Robert Morris

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

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

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

Andy Toole about Basketbal...

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

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

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




Men's Basketball Weekly Interviews: Head Coach Andy Toole



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Number of discs: 3
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DVD Release Date: NEW on December 27th, 2012 ! For the 2013 Season !
Run Time: 294 Minutes. 3-Pack


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Basketball Skill Development Workout Series 4-Pack DVD with Gregg Marshall
Gregg Marshall:
Basketball Skill Development
Workout Series
4-Pack DVD
With Gregg Marshall


"... A few years ago, we were so upset when we lost in the Missouri Valley finals to Northern Iowa and did not get a bid, we went to the NIT and lost in the first round.

Last year, I went to the players and said, "Look, if we’re not going to approach this like we want to win it, I’m not accepting the bid. You guys tell me."

They had a closed-door meeting to decide and I honestly didn’t know which way it would go. That group re-dedicated themselves and it carried over into this season.

No doubt our guys have a chip on their shoulder. They’d love to get a piece of some of those quote-unqoute high-major programs. If you don’t bar the stadium door on us, you better be careful ! ..."
Gregg Marshall



Gregg Marshall ~ Skill Development Workout: Point Guards
Skill Development Workout: Point Guards


• This point guard workout that will increase
   your players' vision, court awareness,
   and ability to create scoring opportunities

• Teach your players to become
   better floor leaders

• Learn point guard screening techniques
   and strategies you can incorporate
   into your offensive system



     with Gregg Marshall,
Wichita State University Head Coach; 2012 MVC Champs;
2012 MVC Coach of the Year;
2011 NIT Champions


The point guard is the playmaker on your team and helping them understand their role and responsibilities is essential to your success.

Gregg Marshall, head coach Wichita State University, brings you a complete point guard workout that will challenge your floor leaders to make plays for their teammates and for themselves. Using shooting drills, defense drills, screening drills, ball handling drills, and passing drills, Coach Marshall delivers a comprehensive workout designed to eliminate your point guard's weaknesses. Recorded during alive Shocker workout, Marshall offers insights and narrative into the details of each drill.

On the offensive end of the court, the point guard has the most responsibility and must be prepared for any situation. Marshall shows a rigorous ball handling routine using cone dribbling drills to develop and challenge guards. With each drill, players will master essential techniques and learn how to attack their defender using quick, decisive movements.


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You will see shooting drills that can simulate shots you take in your offensive system. With each shooting action, your players will develop timing, learn how to set proper screens, move without the basketball and how to finish around the rim in traffic. Feeding the post is another key area to work on as you develop the point guard position. Marshall includes great drills for feeding the post.

Teach your point guards how to read flat screens in the open court to get to the rim and create scoring opportunities for your team at the end of a game. Learn a challenging full court drill where point guards have to learn how to score on a defender in the open court as they play continuous 1-on-1-on-1 full court.

Your point guards are extensions of you on the floor and they need to be skilled leaders who have the ability to create scoring opportunities for your team. Coach Marshall's point guard workout will increase your players basketball and leadership IQ, so your team can move to the next level.


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Gregg Marshall ~ Skill Development Workout: Guards
Skill Development Workout: Guards


• A competitive wing series that incorporates
   skills your guards need to handle pressure
   and score off the dribble

• Train your guards to effectively feed
   the post to score around the rim

• Learn closeout and defensive drills to train
   your guards to stop that All-Star opponent

• Learn various 3-0, 2-0, and 1-0 competitive
   shooting drills that push your players
   to be efficient basketball players at a high level


     with Gregg Marshall,
Wichita State University Head Coach; 2012 MVC Champs;
2012 MVC Coach of the Year;
2011 NIT Champions


In his individual player workout series, Gregg Marshall puts together an extensive guard workout that will create better overall basketball players to fit within your offense. This video will help you teach your guards to move off the dribble, score off of screening action, handle the basketball in the half court and full court, and get to the rim and finish strong against a solid defensive presence.

Coach Marshall introduces his guard workout by taking you through a wing series that will help you read the defense and get to the rim using various ball handling drills and finishing moves including V-cuts, curls and rip and turn. Each series will introduce a new move that help your players increase their basketball ability.





Coach Marshall demonstrates several ball handling moves that will enable your guards to handle the basketball against any defensive pressure. With these moves, your players will also be able to beat any defender and get to the rim quickly or pull up for an easy 10-12 foot jumper. Coach Marshall uses various 3-on-0, 2-on-0, and 1-on-0 competitive shooting drills that combine post feeds, screening action, and transition jump shots.

With any good workout, players must practice their defensive game to become well-rounded basketball players. Coach Marshall use of closeout drills and defending the drive drills will increase your players' ability to defend and condition them to be lock-down defenders.

Coach Marshall puts together an extensive guard workout that is sure to develop your players into offensive scorers and lock-down defenders so that you can use them at your disposal on the court. This action-packed guard development video shows you why Coach Marshall and the Wichita State Shockers have become such a factor in college basketball.


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53 minutes. NEW on December 18, 2012 for the 2013 Season !


 

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Gregg Marshall ~ Skill Development Workout: Forwards
Skill Development Workout: Forwards


• Use warm-ups to teach footwork
   and body mechanics

• Break down your offensive set
   into competitive shooting drills

• Improve ball handling with drills
   to handle traps

• Learn how to use the "Double" Close Out
   Drill to train close-outs, first pass denial,
   back door denial, and pass deflections


with Gregg Marshall,
Wichita State University Head Coach; 2012 MVC Champs;
2012 MVC Coach of the Year;
2011 NIT Champions


Head Coach Gregg Marshall gives you a forward development workout that will challenge your players and make them better within your offensive system.

This workout is designed to create better wing players and low post players by putting them through a variety of shooting drills, moving without the basketball, ball handling skills, rebounding and defensive drills. The workout enables players to score around the rim and to put the ball on the floor to get to the rim to score.

While running these drills, Coach Marshall points out the fundamentals and stresses proper execution, such as passing to the appropriate hand (away from the defender), cutting hard and with a purpose, and always keeping your eyes up to see potential scoring opportunities or the threat of an approaching double-team.

Coach Marshall uses various half court and full court drills to demonstrate his forward workout. He uses the Mikan drill to help teach his players how to finish around the rim and keep the ball high so guards don't dig the ball out. Marshall demonstrates his competitive shooting drill by putting his players in game spots where they will get game shots within their offensive system. He teaches his players how to screen and cut after setting the screen.





Learn a variety of shooting and ball handling drills to improve your players' basketball IQ. Marshall demonstrates how to break down your offensive patterns to "automate movements" and to put your players in game spots. Your players will perfect their shots and push themselves to get compete. Marshall has a goal for each drill in order to challenge his players to knock down shots.

With his Double Closeout Drill, Marshall shows how to closeout and defend baseline drives. With this drill he simulates how your players should move within your defensive system whether it be on ball defense or help side defense to defend middle drives. Marshall demonstrates how to use heavy basketballs to make your players feel confident and strong with a regular basketball.

By teaching your players' the game skills they need, your players will become successful basketball players that fit right into your rotation.


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50 minutes. NEW on December 18, 2012 for the 2013 Season !



Gregg Marshall ~ Skill Development Workout: Centers
Skill Development Workout: Centers


• Learn a competitive forward workout
   that incorporates defense, rebounding,
   ball handling, and shooting drills

• Get 1-on-1 drills that will make your players
   apply their basketball skill
   in a game-like situation

• Learn passing drills that will make
   your players feel confident and strong
   around the rim


     with Gregg Marshall,
Wichita State University Head Coach; 2012 MVC Champs;
2012 MVC Coach of the Year;
2011 NIT Champions


Get the tools you need to develop an effective center for your team.

Greg Marshall takes you inside the Wichita State program and shows you how they work on the skill development of their centers in order to have a player who is complete in all aspects of the position. This one-hour workout consists of game like drills that will enhance your post player's game skills. A focus on the position of the their feet for both the offensive player and defensive player is discussed at key times in each drill.

The Warm-Up

During the warm-up, the centers go through a series of drills that also work on game-like aspects. All key movements are exaggerated to help create muscle memory and get players loose. Included is a Mikan series with big and heavy balls to get them stronger.

Post Series

The Drop Set Series focuses on the footwork and court positioning necessary to properly execute the drop step and get the defender out of position. Jump hooks follow the drop set series. Another set teaches centers how to recognize the double team and how to react.





Passing

Develop your centers to become great passers. Good passing centers not only make their teammates better, but also become a greater threat offensively. The use of the heavy ball is emphasized here as the players go through making a series of fundamental passes to become a better passer out of the post. This is followed up with an outlet drill where Coach Marshall demands his centers make the right pass and a great pass once they get a defensive rebound.

1-On-1

The Finish Drill is a great competitive drill that starts on the elbow and works both offense and defense where neither player has an advantage at the start. The next drill has the centers playing live 1-on-1 in the post continuously.

Coach Marshall and his staff are very technical throughout this video. They are very clear in their expectations and show how to positively correct flaws in players. This is a must have video for teams that not only run four out one in motion offense, but can also be used by any team because of the technicality that is talked about and demonstrated throughout the video.

This video will enhance your team's competitive nature while developing your center position.


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About Coach Gregg Marshall

Basketball Skill Development Workout Series 4-Pack DVD with Gregg Marshall
Gregg Marshall (born February 27, 1963) is an American college basketball coach who currently leads the Wichita State Shockers men's basketball team of Wichita State University (WSU). He previously served as the head coach of the Winthrop Eagles men's basketball team of Winthrop University. Marshall has coached his mid-major teams to appearances in the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament in eight of the past fourteen seasons

Marshall spent two years (1985–87) as an assistant at his alma mater, Randolph-Macon College, in Ashland, Virginia, and another year as an assistant at Belmont Abbey College during the 1987–88 season.

He then spent eight years under John Kresse at the College of Charleston from 1988 to 1996, where the program received an at-large 1994 NCAA bid, and NIT invitations in 1995 and 1996.
He became an assistant coach at Marshall University, serving from 1996 to 1998.

Marshall became the head coach at Winthrop University in 1998, and led the Winthrop Eagles men's basketball team to seven NCAA tournament appearances and transformed a previously undistinguished program into a mid-major powerhouse.

In his first season at Winthrop in 1998–99, he compiled a record of 19–8 (9–1 in Big South Conference play), coaching the Eagles to their first regular season Big South title. They went on to win the Big South Conference Tournament, earning the Eagles their first-ever bid to the NCAA Tournament. As a No. 16 seed, the team lost to the No. 1 seed Auburn Tigers in the first round, 80–41.

During his nine seasons at Winthrop, Marshall coached the team to six regular season titles (1999, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007), seven Big South Tournament titles (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007), six 20-win seasons (1999, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007), and was named Big South Coach of the Year four times (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007).

In 2006, he became the all-time winningest coach in Winthrop men's basketball history. During the 2006–07 season, Marshall became the first coach in the history of the Big South Conference to have his team go undefeated in conference play.





The 2006 NCAA Tournament matched No. 15 seed Winthrop against the No. 2 seed Tennessee Volunteers, the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division champion, in the first round. Winthrop led for much of the game, only to lose 63-61 on a long jump shot with 2.9 seconds remaining. In 2007, Marshall became the first Big South coach to win an NCAA first round tournament game by defeating No. 6 seed Notre Dame.

Marshall's success at the mid-major level created a lot of speculation that he could be a contender for the coaching position at North Carolina State University, which was vacated with the departure of Herb Sendek. Sidney Lowe, a former NC State player and former head coach of the NBA's Minnesota Timberwolves and Memphis Grizzlies, was eventually named the head coach of the Wolfpack. Marshall accepted an offer to coach the College of Charleston in June 2006 but changed his mind after the press conference introducing him as coach and returned to Winthrop.

Marshall accepted Wichita State University's offer to coach its Wichita State Shockers men's basketball team on April 14, 2007 At Wichita State, he broke into the AP Top 25 poll on February 13, 2012, the first time since December 25, 2006, and only the second time since 1983.

Wichita State made its first appearance in the NCAA tournament since the 2005–06 season. The Shockers were matched as a No. 5 seed versus the No. 12 seed VCU Rams, but the Shockers lost 62–59.





Coaching Record:

• NIT appearances

   2010 (3) vs. (6) Nevada (Lost, 74–70)
   2011 (4) vs. (5) Nebraska (Won, 76–49)
   (4) vs. (1) Virginia Tech (Won, 79–76)
   (4) vs. (6) College of Charleston (Won, 82–75)
   (4) vs. (1) Washington State (Won, 75–44)
   (4) vs. (1) Alabama (Won, 66–57)

• NCAA Tournament appearances

   2012 (5) vs (12) Virginia Commonwealth (Lost, 62–59)
   2007 (11) vs. (6) Notre Dame (Won, 74–64)
   (11) vs. (3) Washington St. (Lost, 75–61)
   2006 (15) vs. (2) Tennessee (Lost, 63–61)
   2005 (14) vs (3) Gonzaga (Lost, 74–64)
   2002 (16) vs. (1) Duke (Lost, 84–37)
   2001 (16) vs. (16) Northwestern State (Lost, 71–67)
   2000 (14) vs. (3) Oklahoma (Lost, 74–50)
   1999 (16) vs. (1) Auburn (Lost, 80–41)

• Championships

Big South Tournament Championship (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007)
Big South Regular Season Championship (1999, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007)
Missouri Valley Regular Season Championship (2012)
NIT Championship (2011)

• Awards

Big South Coach of the Year (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007)
Missouri Valley Coach of the Year (2012)


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•  Run Time: 207 minutes


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All Access Basketball Practice 3-pack DVD with Keno Davis
All Access Basketball Practice
3-pack DVD
with Keno Davis



“... We’re going to get up and down, we’re going to run. We’re going to be tough for defenses to prepare against, because we’re going to spread the court. ...... We’ve got to be able to be a tough team defensively.

You’re so consumed by what you do as a coach you don’t have enough time. It’s every day of the year, there’s no offseason for us as a coach. So you don’t get a chance to really go back and evaluate other programs. You don’t get a chance [to], as much as you would like to, look at what you do and how you do it. ......

And I think the TV experience was really beneficial for me to be able to see so many coaches, so many teams in games and practices talking to other coaches about what they do, how they do it. The mistakes that they’ve learned from, and I think it’s made me a better coach as I reflected on some things that were successful for me and some things that weren’t. ...”
Coach Keno Davis

• Get 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 half court "cutters" offense and
   full court offensive sets that combine the flex and triangle offenses
• Learn fast break philosophy, principles, and drills that you can
   implement right into your system
• See how you can use stats in practice to emphasize playing time
   and player development
• Watch an extensive coaching clinic that explains every aspect
   of their defensive, offensive, and fast break philosophy


with Keno Davis, Central Michigan Head Coach;
2008 AP National Coach of Year

2008 AP National Coach of the Year award winner Keno Davis invites you to his first three practices of the 2012-13 season to prepare for a summer basketball trip.
  Coach Davis takes you through two practices geared towards preparing his players for the season and a Central Michigan Coaches Clinic.
He outlines their offensive and defensive philosophies; fast break game, rebounding emphasis, and zone break downs on both the offensive and defensive end.

Practice 1:
Coach Davis introduces a variety of drills that will help build transition offense and defense. He uses a simple 2-on-0 and 2-on-1 drill to emphasize catching the ball in transition and finishing strong around the rim.
From there, he builds the transition game into 5-on-0 segments where his players sprint the floor and look to finish in transition or move right into their motion offense and how to they break a press.


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You'll see how they use technology in practice by having his players watch film from the previous day's practice session. He outlines their use of stats and how important it is to get yourself better each day in practice if you want to be good and play more.

Watch how Davis takes full advantage of his practice space and time during his station break out session that focuses on offense, defense and rebounding. These small learning segments focus on cutting to the hoop, using effective pump fakes and finishing around the rim.

Defense is another key area addressed in this practice. Whether it's working on defensive principles such as stunt and recover, ball pressure or help-the-helper, you will get a great look at how to keep your players engaged in practice at all times. Coach finishes with a 5-on-5 break out session where they work offensively on their cutters and quick hitters.


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Practice 2:
As the players come back for a second session, you get a look at how Coach Davis develops his players individually with pre-practice break-out drills. These drills allow his players to get up lots of shots at game spots within their offense. He puts his post players through a challenging workout in order to build their intensity level for practice.




Bringing the team back together, Davis begins to implement their offense, defense, and fast break play. He demonstrates 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 segments where his players review their offensive principles. During the 5-on-5 segments, he focuses on perfecting his offensive sets and motion offense against a live defense. He wants his players to be able to execute a play when the defense knows the play is coming.

You will get a great look at how to utilize your assistants in practice so that your players get a different perspective of your offensive and defensive concepts.

Practice 3:
In this third installment of All Access Practice, Keno Davis and the Central Michigan University's Chippewas take the court for a coaches clinic. Coach runs through a typical practice, but opens up the floor for more explanation of why they run a certain drills, offensive plays, or defensive match-ups.

Coach Davis brings out the stat board they use in practice and goes over every stat you can use to show your players how they are playing in practice. This gives them the ability to explain why a player isn't playing as much or how a player can improve to earn more playing time.




With each drill they do, Davis talks about points of emphasis, things to watch for, and how to correct mistakes during the drill. He takes full advantage of the scrimmages in the half court to make his players play with passion and intensity.
Whether it's describing the use of pads during a finishing drill, breaking down the reasoning and responsibilities of their 3-2 zone defense, or walking you through several offensive series such as cutters and out of bounds sets, he makes you think about how to organize your practice time to become an effective coach and teacher on the court.

He finishes with a question and answer session outlining his philosophy and teaching on rebounding, fast break responsibilities, press and press break principles, and their main half court motion offense that combines the flex and triangle offensive principles.

260 minutes ~ 3 DVDs ~ NEW on December 6, 2012 !


All Access Basketball Practice 3-pack DVD with Keno Davis


About the Author: Keno Davis
All Access Basketball Practice 3-pack DVD with Keno Davis
Keno Davis (born March 10, 1972) is an American college basketball coach at Central Michigan University.
Davis was previously head coach at Drake University for one season (2007–2008), when he was named the 2008 Associated Press College Basketball Coach of the Year.
Davis also served as an assistant coach at Drake from 2003–2007 under his father Tom Davis.


Accomplishments and honors

Championships

• MVC Regular Season Championship (2008)
• MVC Tournament Championship (2008)




Head men's basketball coach Keno Davis addresses reporters
at the annual media day press conference.


Awards

• AP National Coach of the Year (2008)
• Chevrolet Coach of the Year (2008)
• The Sporting News Coach of the Year (2008)
• Henry Iba Award Coach of the Year (2008)
• Hugh Durham Award Mid-Major Coach of the Year (2008)
• Basketball Times Coach of the Year (2008)
• MVC Coach of the Year (2008)

Coaching Career (HC unless noted)

• 1991–1995 ~ Iowa (asst.)
• 1995–1997 ~ Southern Indiana (asst.)
• 1997–2003 ~ Southeast Missouri (asst.)
• 2003–2007 ~ Drake (asst.)
• 2007–2008 ~ Drake
• 2008–2011 ~ Providence
• 2012–present ~ Central Michigan


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Language: English
Number of discs: 3
Studio: Championship Productions
DVD Release Date: NEW on December 6, 2012 !
Run Time: 260 Minutes. 3-Pack


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...a New Week ...a New Basketball DVD eBADVICE !
Basketball Individual and Team Development Series 3-Pack DVDs with Mike Procopio
Basketball Individual and Team
Development Series
3-Pack DVDs
with Mike Procopio


"... Kobe Bryant wanted to hear the Boston accent. He wanted to hear the wisdom of the street, he wanted to hear the wise-ass comments. He wanted to hear what "Sweetchuck" had to say.

'Sweetchuck' is Mike Procopio, he's 37 and he has worked with Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, Caron Butler, as well as 75 other NBA players !
His advice is technical and specific to dozens of situations and the difference it made is impossible to quantify.

'He's my Jack Bauer,' said Bryant. 'He was my eyes and ears, so when I played basketball I'd use all the scouting reports and all the information.
  And it was huge for me through my entire basketball playing career !.'
..."


Basketball Multi-Position Workouts with Mike Procopio
Basketball Multi-Position Workouts


• Efficiently run your offensive workouts
   when you have groups of players
   who play multiple positions
• Effectively train fundamentals like spacing,
   cutting, driving, shooting, footwork,
   screening, posting up and more
• Create drills that emphasize
   a team concept where every player
   is an offensive threat




with Mike Procopio,
Director/President of Hoop Consultants;
Director of Basketball Operations for ATTACK Athletics in Chicago (IL);
has worked with Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, Caron Butler,
as well as 75 other NBA players;
Strategic Game Management Coach to Kobe Bryant
for the past two seasons (2 NBA Championships)


Having a mix of players in a workout setting can be a challenge. Mike Procopio shows you how to use 2-on-0 and 3-on-0 drills to develop the fundamentals that make players great and improve the flow of your team offense.

Using a maximum of three and four players per repetition, these drills are simple to learn and fast-moving. Each drill in this on-court presentation is designed to ingrain basketball's most important offensive concepts into your players: Spacing, timing, cutting, driving lanes, change of pace, and more. At the same time, players will also work on skills such as footwork, setting screens, posting up, using the right pass for each situation, reading the defense in pick and roll, and shooting.

You will be able to teach and correct essential techniques that will make your team more efficient, more dangerous, and smarter.

The drills in this DVD build on each other for specific offensive schemes like pick and roll, pick and pop, baseline cross screen, and dribble penetration and therefore adjust easily to your own strategy. This makes it impossible for defenses to focus on just one player and it teaches your players to take advantage of every situation, whether on or off the ball.

Use this DVD to quickly teach your players this season's set plays in an energetic way using Coach Procopio's breakdown drills.

Using the drills and concepts in this DVD will dramatically improve your players' individual and team skills and their basketball IQ.


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Building Your Basketball Half Court Offense with Shell Drills  with Mike Procopio
Building Your Basketball Half Court Offense
with Shell Drills


• Use use the shell drill to teach your offense
   like you would use it to teach defense
• Break down all scoring options for
   your players and make every player
   on the floor a scoring threat
• Efficiently use practice time by working
   on multiple offensive concepts in each drill
• Mike Procopio is Strategic Game
   Management Coach for Kobe Bryant



with Mike Procopio,
Director/President of Hoop Consultants;
Director of Basketball Operations for ATTACK Athletics in Chicago (IL);
has worked with Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, Caron Butler,
as well as 75 other NBA players;
Strategic Game Management Coach to Kobe Bryant
for the past two seasons (2 NBA Championships)

Much like using shell defense to teach man-to-man defensive concepts, Mike Procopio demonstrates how you can develop an effective and smart offense using 3-on-0 and 4-on-0 shell drills. This extensive on-court demonstration contains drills for numerous offensive sets you can apply directly--or easily adapt--to your own philosophy and sets.

With each drill, Procopio begins by teaching the first scoring option and then building it out to cover all ensuing options. This makes it easy for your players to understand your team's offensive strategy and grow an individual repertoire of skills.

Beginning with Pin Down screens, your players will learn to immediately read the defense's actions and either score or hit the appropriate next option. Whether it's an open jump shot, a fade off the screen, backdoor action or a drive and kick, each option is demonstrated for you.

In addition to Pin Downs, Procopio covers Cross Screens, UCLA cuts, Horns, Wide Pin Downs, Transition Quick Hitters, Floppy, Zipper, and Side Pick and Rolls. Each of these principles is taught step-by-step and in 3-on-0 and 4-on-0 settings.

In transition, Procopio uses 2-on-0 player action to demonstrate how your players should feed the post, post up and how to cut once the ball has been entered into the post. He outlines three basic principles every post player should know, demonstrates every angle, screen, and cut your post players can make while posting up out of transition, and then demonstrates how to execute a pass, dribble motion, or attacking look while in the post.

Coach Procopio uses the popular pick and roll action that is widely used today and teaches you how to effectively move and interact coming off of the screen. He teaches your guards how to set up their man and run them into a screen coming off of the wing, and demonstrates such scoring options as a pick and pop, pick and roll, pick and skip, and pick and attack.

In all of these segments, Procopio goes through multiple ways to beat the defense. A constant emphasis in all drills is good footwork, hard cuts, movement off the pass, using the appropriate pass for the situation, coming off screens, reading the defense, taking angles, good positioning, change of pace and direction, and spacing on the court.

You can teach not only movements and plays, but improve your players' skill sets in the same drills.

With coach Procopio's breakdown drills and insight, your teams will be able to run multi-faceted offenses with a great understanding of the game.





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Offensive and Defensive Basketball Team Development Drills with Mike Procopio
Offensive and Defensive
Basketball Team Development Drills


• Efficiently teach your offensive system
   using 3-on-3 break down drills
• Learn 3-on-0 half court transition options
   that break down player movement
   with and without the basketball
• Incorporate popular NBA sets Floppy
   and Zipper into your 3-on-0 offensive
   system that will increase your players
   scoring opportunities



with Mike Procopio,
Director/President of Hoop Consultants;
Director of Basketball Operations for ATTACK Athletics in Chicago (IL);
has worked with Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, Caron Butler,
as well as 75 other NBA players;
Strategic Game Management Coach to Kobe Bryant
for the past two seasons (2 NBA Championships)


Keep your players engaged as you teach them the foundations of your offense and defense.

In the last of this three-part series, Mike Procopio demonstrates how you can develop effective and savvy players using 3-on-3 and 4-on-4 drills.

Having developed the fundamentals of your offensive philosophy using 2-on-0, 3-on-0, and 4-on-0 drills in the Building Your Half Court Offense with Shell Drills DVD, this video implements those concepts into competitive offensive and defensive 3-on-3 and 4-on-4 drills. Using this system will allow your players to put up game shots at game spots and learn to defend, while you teach the terminology that you use at both ends of the court.

You'll see Pin Downs, Cross Screens, and Wide Pin Downs in controlled 3-on-3 mini scrimmages.

In the 4-on-4 drills, the focus is on the pick-and-roll and screen-the-screener actions. All the details covered in earlier DVDs are now expected to be executed correctly and players are held accountable for their mistakes. This is a great way to teach the fundamental understanding of 5-on-5 principles and movement.

Coach Procopio breaks down proper spacing when using 3-on-3 action to familiarize players with the attacking angles and cutting action of your offensive system. He demonstrates various cuts (pin down, cross-screen, and down screen) and uses a 3-on-0 breakdown to start implementing each action. This progresses into 3-on-3 sets where he outlines open shots at game spots.

Coach Procopio shows you how to incorporate popular NBA cutting actions Floppy and Zipper into your 3-on-0 breakdowns so your players learn how to correctly execute screens. Your post players will benefit greatly as he outlines all the scoring options for your post players. He goes into great detail on screening action in the 3-on-0 and 3-on-3 breakdowns so that your players can learn how to cut and move without the basketball while maintaining effective spacing.

Each drill has specific options and limitations that will still allow your players to be creative, while you can focus on implementing the details of both the offensive and the defensive side.

With coach Procopio's breakdown drills and insight, your teams will be able to run multi-faceted offenses with a great understanding of the game.





This item also belongs to the following series:
Basketball Individual and Team Development Series
3-Pack DVDs with Mike Procopio



79 Minutes. NEW on November 16, 2012 for the 2013 Season !



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

Basketball Multi-Position Workouts

Building Your Basketball Half Court Offense with Shell Drills

Offensive and Defensive Basketball Team Development Drills



See more DVDs by Mike Procopio


See related DVDs:

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Basketball Player Training / Skills Training Drills

Basketball Practice Planning

Basketball Training & Workout

Basketball Offensive Drills

Basketball Defensive Philosophy

Basketball Defensive Drills

Basketball Team Drills

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Basketball Individual and Team Development Series 3-Pack DVDs with Mike Procopio

Mike Procopio, aka "Sweetchuck",
analyzing a game film to help Kobe Bryant prepare for the season.



About Coach Mike Procopio

Basketball Individual and Team Development Series 3-Pack DVDs with Mike Procopio
Mike Procopio is in charge of all NBA, Pre-draft, and grassroots workouts for ATTACK Athletics.
Mike has worked with players such as Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, Kevin Durant, Devin Harris, Paul Pierce, Rajon Rondo, Tracy McGrady, Gilbert Arenas, Mike Finley, and over 150 other NBA players.
Mike is renowned for his work serving as Kobe Bryant's Strategic Game Management Coach (see below) in the 2009 and 2010 playoffs.
He also served as an assistant coach for the Maine Red Claws of the NBA Development League.
 
"... Kobe Bryant wanted to hear the Boston accent. He wanted to hear the wisdom of the street, he wanted to hear the wise-ass comments. He wanted to hear what "Sweetchuck" had to say.

Throughout the past season and a half, Bryant was leaning on the self-taught expertise of a white bald guy who is no taller than 5-foot-7 and no thinner than 220 pounds. Sweetchuck would analyze every upcoming game for Bryant and he would do so without reverence.

'Sweetchuck' is Mike Procopio and he's 37. When he was growing up in Revere, Mass., a rough seaside town near the Boston airport, he was nicknamed after the nerdish character Carl Sweetchuck who was tormented by Bobcat Goldthwait in the Police Academy movies. "My friends used to always beat the crap out of me,'' he said. "I thought the nickname was quarantined at the city limits."

Six years ago, Sweetchuck quit his job as a scout for the Celtics to become a full-time associate of Tim Grover at ATTACK Athletics, the 65,000-square foot training center for NBA players in Chicago. Yet, Sweetchuck continues to bust his former employers and colleagues.

His advice is technical and specific to dozens of situations and the difference it made is impossible to quantify.
'He's my Jack Bauer,' said Bryant. 'He was my eyes and ears, so when I played the game I'd use all the scouting reports and all the information. And it was huge
for me.' ..." Ian Thomsen


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Actors: Mike Procopio
Region: All Regions
Format: Color, Director's Cut, Full Screen
Language: English
Number of discs: 3 ~ You Can Get Each One Separately !
Studio: Championship Productions
Date Edition: NEW on November 16, 2012 for the 2013 Season !
Run Time: 290 minutes ( 3 DVDs ~ You Can Get Each One Separately ! )


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