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Pat Summitt Basketball
By Pat Summitt


One reason Pat is a good leader is that not only is she trying to lead others, she is also serving as a leader to herself.

She continually evaluates her own strengths and weaknesses; “When you identify your weaknesses, you can begin to remedy them – or at least figure out how to work around them.” (Reach for the Summit).

By continually setting new professional goals, she has been able to stay on top of her coaching game for so many years.
Pat is not willing to settle for the here and now.

She is one who constantly is trying to better herself and those around her.
By having a solid base on which to form her team, she has been able to redefine women’s basketball, blowing through the glass ceiling.

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Pat Summitt's Mastering Special Situations

Pat Summitt's winning program at Tennessee is model for all sports teams. In this basketball DVD, Coach Summitt will explore insights on handling special situations. Also included are pressure, press break, zone offense, attacking junk defenses and late game situations.

Handling pressure applies to situations on and off the floor. Offensive execution is important when facing a myriad of situations from your opponent.

The initial choices are to quickly in bound the ball or set up to attack the press. "Special" is a play that releases the screener down the floor and throw the ball long. When ahead, Coach Summitt shows a play to get the ball in bounds successfully. The box press attack contains many features and alignments to beat full court pressure.

Summitt shows specifically how to beat the 1-2-1-1 press with the box press attack. Two difficult defenses to attack are the triangle and two and box and 1. In a 1-4 set, Summitt demonstrates how to defeat these junk defenses. In addition, Summitt shows several strategies to win games with a baseline out of bounds play and a set with 15 seconds left.

70 minutes. 2008.


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Pat Summitt's Building a Championship Team with the Definite Dozen

Pat Summitt has established one of the greatest programs in the history of the game.

She shares how to build a championship basketball team with her "Definite Dozen," a guideline for on and off the court character traits.

A beginning coach is not provided with an instruction book for coaching.

Coach Summitt believes that your instruction book comes directly from your system. Respect is another cornerstone of the system.

Responsibility is all about team - that is, knowing your job and the job of everyone else on your team.

Good coaches exhibit good listening and communication skills to relate to players and coaches. Communication on and off the floor is crucial.

52 minutes. 2008.





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Pat Summitt's Game Preparation

Legendary coach Pat Summitt brings a well prepared team to the floor every game. Her ability to get her team ready to play hard and execute is one of her many talents. Players must be informed about their opponent but not overwhelmed with information.

The first item for players to lock into is the opponent's personnel. Knowing the offensive attack of the opponent includes their transition, primary man offense, sets, zone sets and out of bounds plays.

On the floor, Coach Summitt's plan is to work on shooting drills, pressure releases, shell offense and defensive breakdown. The scouting report examines every defensive situation that could occur.

Each player must know exactly what is expected in these situations. At the end of the shoot around, players will defend the opponent's out of bounds plays. During practice much of the activity is the same.

On this DVD you will see practice drills such as; Post feeds, pressure releases, post double team, beating pressure with various cuts, shell offense featuring set plays, game shooting, free throws, defensive breakdown, post dive, main offense, baseline and sideline out of bounds.

67 minutes. 2008.





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Pat Summitt's Defensive Scouting Report

Coach Summitt offers a unique look at pre-game preparation during a practice session with the Lady Vols. This presentation begins with offensive breakdown drills early in the practice. A variety of shots will be taken during several shooting drills. Defending the dribble drive is crucial for good man-to-man defense.

Summitt feels this is the most difficult thing in team defense. This segment of practice includes many different drills. These drills include the close out, one-on-one defense, 2-on-2 defense, 3-on-3 defense, defensive rotation, turn defense and keeping out of middle.

To emphasize the importance of defense, Summitt always makes a goal for the defenders in practice drills. Three consecutive box outs and defensive stops are the goal for the defensive half court drill.

Shelling offensive sets come next in the practice plan. This will give coaches the opportunity to teach sets as they play. Added to this drill is defensive transition after a shot is taken 5-0. The next step is to play 5-on-5 with defensive transition.

Putting things together, the next segment is scrimmaging against the zone defense. The workout ends with a shooting drill mixed with conditioning. Game footage shows Summitt's team executing the defensive game plan.

59 minutes. 2008.





About the Pat Summitt’s Definite Dozen

"...To Stay at Tennessee, you have to be:
•  Responsible
•  Respectable
•  Loyal
•  Honest

To Perform at Tennessee, you have to:
•  Work Hard
•  Play Smart
•  Put the Team Before Yourself
•  Have a Winning Attitude

To Be Successful at Tennessee you have to:
•  Be Coachable
•  Accept Your Role
•  Handle Success and Failure
•  Be a Competitor



Tennessee women's basketball coach, Pat Summitt discusses the rise of women's basketball and some of the differences between the men's game and the women's game. Professor Holly Vietzke is the interviewer for this excerpt from the The Massachusetts School of Law's Educational Forum.



We require each member of our Lady Vol basketball team to know our 'Definite Dozen' and commit to honoring each one. If you will use this 'Definite Dozen' as a guideline for everyday living, you will not only become a better basketball player, but a better person. ..." from Pat Summitt, Head Women's Coach,
University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers



Pat Summitt’s Definite Dozen

1. Respect Yourself and Others
2. Take Full Responsibility
3. Develop and Demonstrate Loyalty
4. Learn to be a Great Communicator
5. Discipline Yourself so No One Else Has To
6. Make Hard Work Your Passion
7. Don’t Just Work Hard, Work Smart
8. Put the Team Before Yourself
9. Make Winning an Attitude
10. Be a Competitor
11. Change is a Must
12. Handle Success Like You Handle Failure


Praises for Pat Summitt Basketball By Pat Summitt
What Makes an Effective Leader

I have recently been introduced to an arena of leaders I had never before considered, sports. Our society places such a high level of focus on sports beginning with little league, high school, college, professional, and up to the Olympics. These athletes continue to grow and constantly strive to be better. When goals are achieved, they take the time to reflect on their accomplishments and proceed in setting new goals.

In the background, these athletes have somebody who is constantly pushing and encouraging them not to be satisfied with where they are; their coach. Pat Summitt is the Head Coach for the University of Tennessee Lady Vols basketball team and has been said to be the “all-time winningest coach in NCAA basketball history men or women”.

She has been the Head Coach of the Lady Vols for 31 seasons and has run the gambit as far as wins and losses. Her focus is not necessarily on winning, but on making sure her players are giving their all and reaching their potential because when that happens, the win is to follow. Often times her methods are looked upon as being insensitive and animated, however Pat is a firm believer in work hard, play hard.

Throughout her career, Pat has been asked what her formula is for her unbelievable success. She has developed a set of rules she expects all her players to know and live by; The Definite Dozen. The Definite Dozen is more less a “set of commandments” (Reach for the Summit). The Definite Dozen gives the Lady Vols their foundation upon which they build their team. Without a foundation in which to build upon, at any moment the structure could collapse and you would have to build all over again. One of these mentioned principles can not exist without the other.


About The Definite Dozen

Respect Yourself and Others is the first of the Definite Dozen. Respect is something that is earned and in order to receive it, you must give it; even to yourself. Before others can respect you, you must first respect yourself. Earning others respect is difficult, but if you have confidence in your abilities and give it your all at all times, others will begin to respect you. If Pat feels that somebody on the team is disrespecting her, she will call the player on it because in order for the team to succeed, they must trust and respect Pat’s calls.

Take Full Responsibility is an important part of any interaction, regardless if it is individual or team related. Inevitably we all make mistakes and there comes a time where we have to pay the price, humbling as it may be. The ability to take responsibility comes with maturity. One way in which Pat teaches responsibility is by establishing rules that all players must abide by during the season, and hold each player accountable.

Develop and Demonstrate Loyalty is a key component to the Lady Vols. Pat is honest in her comments regarding her staff saying that she hired them because they were better than in her those particular areas and trusts their judgment. Pat allows for her management team to discuss their ideas and entertains their opinions, even if they are contrary to her beliefs. When they come up with different ideas, she does not assume that they are disloyal; she understands everyone has different opinions. If there are any disagreements on the management team, it is done behind closed doors and when in front of the team, they are a unified front. This helps breed a positive culture in which to strive.





Lean to Be a Great Communicator appears to be one of Pat’s biggest sources of frustration. She believes that communicating both verbally and physically is as equally important on the court as it is off. Both during practice and games, Pat can be seen and heard yelling at her players. In order to perform at their best, there needs to be a constant flow of communication between the players and with the coach because if there is a lacking of it, opportunities are going to be missed. This is just as true in the business world as it is in team sports. If there is ambiguity, then the competition can come in and defeat you.

Discipline Yourself So No One Else Has To is the fifth in the Definite Dozen. “Discipline is the internal mechanism that self-motivates you” (Reach for the Summit). It is at the core of leadership. In order to be an effective leader, you yourself must be disciplined and lead by example. Nobody likes to be the bad guy but it is a necessary a function of a leader; letting the “team” know that there are consequences. Pat believes that disciple should be fair, firm, and consistent (Reach for the Summit). As Head Coach, she is sure to let each player know when they were not behaving appropriately and they in turn are reprimanded in front of the whole team, not only teaching them about their lack of discipline, but a little humility as well.

Make Hard Work Your Passion is a fundamental part of working towards a goal. Pat once said “I just can’t relate to people who don’t want to be at the top of their game everyday and [don’t] want to compete on every play.” (abcnews.com). If something is worth doing, it should be worth doing it right and it should be worth doing 100%. Trying to be your best is what should drive you, regardless of your field.





Don’t Just Work Hard, Work Smart refers not only to those doing physical work, but leaders as well. The best leaders are able to recognize their limitations and weaknesses and surround themselves with managers who are better than they are in those areas; by doing this the leader is able to focus on what they do best and allow others to do what they do best. Working smarter.

Put The Team Before Yourself is Pat’s way of saying one for all and all for one. In teamwork, it is important that you can rely on those around you and vice versa. It is more of an emotional state of mind and develops out of respect. If an individual is only out for themselves, they can not be relied upon during game time because it is not known whose interest they are thinking of first. “You win in life with people and if you think you can do this alone, you’re wrong.”

Make Winning an Attitude is as simple as it sounds. If you think you can and will win, chances are you will behave as such and in the end, you will. For business decisions and sports teams, attitude makes a difference. It is contagious and those around you can feel your confidence. “A lot of players come and go, but the great ones leave and other great ones arrive”.

Be a Competitor is saying that you need to out there to win it, no matter what it takes. Sometimes this works against the norm because competitors are not out there to make friends; they are out there to win. This builds on itself because the more a competitor wins, the more they want to win and the more driven they are to achieve that goal. This is never a boring state to be in, it is always in constant motion and leading to change, the next in line of the dozen.





Change Is a Must no matter what you are doing. As mentioned in the paragraph above, to be a better competitor than you were last time, you must be willing to analyze the environment and be willing to change things to catch the opponent of guard. If the rules never change, than sooner or later you will be defeated.

Handle Success Like You Handle Failure is saying that you learn equal amounts from both outcomes, although one feels better than the other. Without failure, you can never truly appreciate how good success feels. By learning what doesn’t work allows you to reexamine the game plan and make the necessary improvements in order to be successful next time.

Like most rules, the Definite Dozen circle back on each other, so to break one of the rules is breaking them all. In order to succeed, all the rules must be followed. These “commandments” are at the core of Pat’s leadership style and have become the culture of the Lady Vols. By using these rules as a foundation for the team, Pat believes that her believers become achievers.

Compassion and Leadership

Another key aspect that allows Pat to be an effective leader is her compassion for her players and the relationships she develops with each one off the court. By building a report, she can better understand the players, their goals, and what motivates them. Knowing each player individually helps in building trust and respect for her both personally and for her position. She prides herself on the “incredible graduation rate of her players and the success they have garnered in life...”. Each player at Tennessee has either received their degree or is in the process of obtaining it and Pat likens it to the fact that she instills discipline in each player.





Another reason Pat is a good leader is that not only is she trying to lead others, she is also serving as a leader to herself. She continually evaluates her own strengths and weaknesses; “When you identify your weaknesses, you can begin to remedy them – or at least figure out how to work around them.” (Reach for the Summit).

By continually setting new professional goals, she has been able to stay on top of her coaching game for so many years. Pat is not willing to settle for the here and now. She is one who constantly is trying to better herself and those around her. By having a solid base on which to form her team, she has been able to redefine women’s basketball, blowing through the glass ceiling.

Pat Summitt is “intense, demanding, focused . . . very caring” and yet also has a reputation for burning hot, being overly demanding, setting to many rigid rules, and acting irrational during games. Pat has broken all the rules of women as leaders and has been essential in redefining women’s basketball. “Long-term, repetitive success is a matter of building a principled system and sticking to it. Principles are anchors; without them you will drift.” (Reach for the Summit ). Because of her firm belief in her team, herself, and the Definite Dozen, Pat Summitt and the Lady Vols continue to rank in the top of women’s basketball.


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Pat Head Summitt (born on June 14, 1952) is an American women's college basketball coach. She is currently the head coach of the Tennessee Lady Vols basketball team. She has been coaching since 1974, all with the Lady Vols, winning 8 national championships. She is the all-time winningest coach in NCAA basketball history, men or women in any division, and one of only three collegiate coaches with 1,000 victories (Gene Bess of Three Rivers Community College and Harry Statham of McKendree University being the other two).

She has written two books (with the help of Sally Jenkins), Reach for the Summit (part motivational book, part biography) and Raise the Roof (about the Lady Vols' undefeated season in 1997–1998, in which they won the Women's NCAA championship).


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Vance Walberg's Advanced Dribble Drive
By Coach Vance Walberg


Vance Walberg is an American basketball coach (born July 9, 1956). In 2008 he became an assistant coach at the University of Massachusetts.
He was previously the head men's basketball coach at Pepperdine University.

He is known for developing the dribble drive motion offense, sometimes known as the Memphis Attack, AASAA offense.

On January 17, 2008, Walberg resigned from Pepperdine, citing family issues. On May 5, 2008, he officially joined head coach Derek Kellogg's staff at UMass.

Career highlights
Playing career:
  1974–1976 ~ De Anza College
1976–1978 ~ Cal State Bakersfield

Coaching career (HC unless noted):
1978–1981 ~ Mountain View HS
1981–1983 ~ Los Altos HS
1983–1984 ~ James Logan HS
1984–1989 ~ Newark Memorial HS
1989–2002 ~ Clovis West HS
2002–2006 ~ Fresno City College
2006–2008 ~ Pepperdine
2008-2011 ~ UMass

In this DVD presentation, Vance Walberg reviews some of the basic principles and terminology from his top selling original DVD before heading into an examination of his new innovations for areas of the dribble-drive attack. In the review, Coach Walberg goes back to defining the offensive terminology, spacing, player positions, court break down and the basic premise of lane penetration.

Walberg analyzes shot selection, his two extras, what "shot means", back responsibilities, like 3's-love layups, ways to play the 4-man, importance of passing and cutting, importance of back doors, what to do when the ball goes into the post, the value of the jump stop, "AASAA", and the gaps.

Over its existance, Coach Walberg has made many modifications of the Dribble Drive. Some of the new innovations he demonstrates here include the S-gap; use of the dribble; the cuts-basket, T-cut, rub cut, X cut, corner cut and thumb cut; the value of eyes up; the value of the shoulders; and the tear drop shot and pass.

The transition into the dribble-drive attack offense is very important to its success. Walberg takes you through the players' positioning and responsibilities in transition as well as key points of emphasis and five fast break drills to create proper spacing to flow into th dribble drive seemlessly. His drills are all competitive with many teaching components for the offensive system involved.

In trying to stop the dribble drive, teams first adjustment is to go zone. Walberg teaches you how to take advantage of any zone with the dribble-drive attack. His strategies include push action, 2-game, push with 2 game, push off the pass, bump, bump off the pass, drag, "22", "23", "24", and push-fist. Each action is shown and explained in great detail as Walberg takes players through it on the floor.


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Coach Walberg looks at 10 of the most often asked questions concerning the dribble-drive attack offense and shares his philosophy and explanations for these questions. This leads into final video review with Walberg talking you through some in-game video examples for the various components to the offense.

Coach Walberg continues to improve and evolve the dribble-drive attack offense in all areas. This is a MUST Get DVD for coaches looking at installing the entire offensive system into their program!

358 minutes + 50 minutes of bonus game footage (3 DVDs). 2010.
100 Drills and Sets for Implementing the Dribble Drive Offense

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Creator of the Innovative Dribble Drive Attack Offense,
2005 California JC Undefeated State Champions

Vance Walberg's Dribble Drive offense has taken the basketball world by storm! In this on-court presentation, Walberg shares his individual breakdown drills by position and demonstrates the team drills he uses in teaching the offense.


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INDIVIDUAL DRILLS
Walberg provides a break down by position of the individual skills needed to effectively run the dribble drive. He delivers over 40 drills to compliment his Daily 45 drills (as seen in Mastering the Dribble Drive Attack Offense) and includes not only offensive footwork movement but also getting shots within the offensive framework.

You'll get some of his favorite drills like "20 Minutes of 3's." Players are paired up and must get through several preliminary shooting exercises before shooting 3's. Players chart their shots to see how many they make in the time allowed. This is a great conditioning drill and it will help you determine who will be your "Streak Shooters."

Walberg also shares individual drills for the 4-man including quick ups, lobs, jump-jump, re-locations, clean-ups, combinations, and the "Drop 4 series".

TEAM DRILLS
Walberg utilizes over 60 breakdown drills/sets to teach and demonstrate the formations and action of the Dribble Drive offense. These breakdowns are three-man groups including 1-2-4 breakdown, 1-4-5 breakdown, and 2-3-4 breakdown. In these breakdown groups, Walberg takes you through the dribble drive actions that can occur and the movements involved.

He shares examples of the rack series, drop series, drag series, fist series, pistol series, quick series, replace series, kickback series, 415 series, re-loop series, thumbs up series, and skip series. With different player combinations, Walberg shows you the series actions and how the formation of plays comes together for the Dribble Drive.

Walberg brings it all together in his "Two Stops or One Turnover Drill" which is a half court, 5-on-5 drill used to reinforce the breakdown drill work. This DVD set provides a deep look into how the Dribble Drive offense works and ways to help teach it to your team. A must for anyone using or thinking of installing the Dribble Drive.


About Coach Vance Walberg

Vance Walberg's Advanced Dribble Drive
One of the most innovative minds in the sport of basketball brings his approach and philosophy to UMass as Vance Walberg begins his third year with the Minutemen as an assistant coach. Walberg has been widely credited for bringing his dribble-drive system to the sport and has it succeed at the highest level in working with current Memphis and former UMass coach John Calipari. Walberg makes the move back east after 40 years on the west coast as a successful head coach for more than 30 years on the college, junior college and high school level.

"Vance brings an unbelievable knowledge for the game of basketball," said UMass head coach Derek Kellogg. "He has a tremendous enthusiasm, intensity and passion for what we are trying to do here at UMass in growing the basketball program. He is part of the reason why my career is where it is with us implementing his style of play and offense at Memphis. Not only is he a close personal friend, but he is also a person I trust and feel very confident in as a basketball coach. We are excited to have him on the staff. He is bringing an energy and enthusiasm and a style of play which will excite the fans, our players on the team, our recruits and everyone in the UMass community."

Walberg, who served as the head coach at Pepperdine University from 2006-08, is well-known for his system which was chronicled in Sports Illustrated in February 2008. Known as AASAA (Attack, Attack, Skip, Attack, Attack), Walberg spent 17 seasons building winning programs at Clovis West High School and Fresno City College prior to coaching the Waves for a year-and-a-half.

"Shoot, shoot and shoot some more," said Walberg in describing his system. "It's really very simple. What we do is I spread you out and attack the different gaps. We call it AASAA - Attack, Attack, Skip, Attack, Attack. Everybody gets a big plus out of it. It starts with the guards. The first thing we want them to do is come down and look to score. It's up to the guards to be able to break their man down. Once the breakdown process begins and whoever helps, that's where the kick goes. If we struggle, we reverse things and put it inside and it's time for the big guys to take over. It's really very simple."

In four years as head coach at Fresno City College from 2003-06, Walberg compiled a 133-11 (.924) record, including a perfect 34-0 mark and the California state community college championship in 2005. Using his AASAA offensive system, his teams regularly scored more than 100 points per game.

In addition, Walberg's Fresno City College teams won four straight Central Valley Conference titles, made four consecutive trips to the Northern California Playoffs, advanced to the Final Four of the state championships three times and appeared in the state title game in 2003 and 2005.

Walberg and his 2004-05 Rams became just the third team, and the first in 35 years, to post an undefeated season in California community college history. Fresno City College's 83-68 victory over San Bernardino College in the championship game also marked Walberg's 100th coaching victory at the school, a milestone he reached in just three years.

In 2005-06, Fresno City College went 33-6 and advanced to the semifinals of the state championships before falling 71-67 to Fullerton College at Selland Arena in Fresno, Calif.

Walberg was twice named California Community College Coach of the Year (2003 and 2005) and was tabbed the CVC Coach of the Year in each of his four seasons.

During a 13-year career (1990-2002) as head coach at Clovis West High School in Fresno, Calif., Walberg guided his teams to a 343-68 (.834) overall record, nine league titles, 10 CIF Central Section Championships appearances (including six titles) and three showings in the Southern State Championship Game. Clovis West earned Top 10 rankings in the state six times (1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001 and 2002) and was ranked nationally in the USA Today Top 25 in 2000 and 2001. The 2001 team finished the year ranked #12 nationally.

Prior to taking over at Clovis West, Walberg was head basketball coach at Newark (Calif.) Memorial High School for five seasons (1985-89). There, he won one league title and made two appearances in the CIF North Coast Section Championships. He also served as badminton coach at James Logan High School (1983-84) and head basketball coach at Los Altos High School (1981-83) and Mountain View High School (1978-81).

In 2001, Walberg was selected the Cal-Hi State Coach of the Year. He also earned league coach of the year honors nine times, section coach of the year on six occasions and was tabbed the California and West Region (Section 7) Coach of the Year in 1999.

Walberg, a 1974 graduate of Monta Vista High in Cupertino, Calif., was a two-year varsity letterwinner in basketball. He helped the Matadors to a league championship was named the team's Most Valuable Player.

In two seasons at De Anza Community College, he won two conference championships and concluded his career as the school's all-time steals leader. While at Cal State Bakersfield for the following two seasons, Walberg was twice named the school's Defensive Player of the Year and served as team captain his senior year.

Walberg's education includes a physical education degree from Cal-State Bakersfield in 1978, a teaching credential from the College of Belmont in 1979 and a master's degree in health, physical education and recreation from Saint Mary's College in 1986.

Walberg, 54, (born July 9, 1956), and his wife, Rose, have four children: Jason, 27, a former Fresno City College all-state selection and former player on the Pepperdine basketball team, who is now on the staff at Mephis under Calipari; Heather, 26, a Pepperdine Master's student; Jaimie-Rose, 24, who graduated from Pepperdine this spring; and Ian, 22, a junior at UMass.

The Walberg File
Birthdate: July 9, 1956
Family: Wife Rose, Sons Jason (27), Ian (22), Daughters Heather (26) and Jaimie-Rose (24)
Alma Mater: Cal-State Bakersfield `78, Master's: Saint Mary's `86
Coaching Experience
Massachusetts, Assistant Coach 2008-Present
Pepperdine, Head Coach 2006-08
Fresno City College, Head Coach 2003-06
Clovis West High School, Head Coach 1990-2002
Newark (Calif.) Mem. H.S., Head Coach 1985-89
James Logan H.S., Head Badminton Coach 1983-84
Los Altos H.S., Head Coach 1981-83
Mountain View H.S., Head Coach 1978-81


•  Actor: Coach Vance Walberg
•  Format: Color, Director's Cut, Full Screen
•  Region: All Regions
•  Studio: Championship Productions
•  Date Edition: 2010
•  Language: English
•  Number of Discs: 2-Disc Set or Individual DVDs
•  Run Time: 191 minutes + 54 minutes of bonus game footage


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 • Advanced Dribble-Drive Offense: Zone & Transition Game
 • 100 Drills and Sets for Implementing the Dribble Drive Offense

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Vance Walberg's Advanced Dribble Drive


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« on: Aug 15, 2010, 05:23:18 AM »

Basketball Coaching DVDs eBA DVICES Bibliography • DVDs Recomendados eBA de Entrenamiento del Baloncesto

This Topic is Fully Dedicated to the eBA Stats Group Editors' Choice List Editors' Choice List: Our Selection of the Best BASKETBALL TRAININIG / COACHING VIDEOS ... !

These reviews are performed by the eBA Team with the eBA Clinic Graduates, and all the titles are highly recommended, being part of our personal professional library !


The eBA Stats Group at eBA-Stats.com ® is one of the largest non-commercial basketball statistics analysis group bilingual ( English & Spanish ) websites in the world. All our sites, eBA-Stats.com ~ eBAforums.com ~ eBAwords.com ~ eBAclinics.com & eBAblogs.com, has been built as a Basketball in general and Statistics in particular labor of love.
The eBA-Stats.com® Group is becoming a primary source of information and services for basketball coaches at the game statistical analysis area. In our last two years of professional life, the Site eBA-Stats.com® became the quickest and modern road to that information. eBA Stats Group is also in Google +, Facebook and Twitter, and in 3 Basketball Video Channels ! Enjoy it ! In this photograph presented by #eBAStatsGroup #BasketballStatistics Analysis .


The eBA Stats Group at eBA-Stats.com ® (click on the picture to reach the website!) is one of the largest non-commercial basketball statistics analysis group bilingual ( English & Spanish ) websites in the world.
All our sites, eBA-Stats.com ~ eBAforums.com ~ eBAwords.com ~ eBAclinics.com ~eBAsystem.com & eBAblogs.com, has been built as a Basketball in general and Statistics in particular labor of love.
The eBA-Stats.com® Group is becoming a primary source of information and services for basketball coaches at the game statistical analysis area. In our last two years of professional life, the Site eBA-Stats.com® became the quickest and modern road to that information.
eBA Stats Group is also in Google +, Facebook and Twitter, and in 3 Basketball Video Channels ! Enjoy it !


Este Tópico está Integramente Dedicado a la Lista de le Selección de los Editores del Grupo eBA Stats para los Mejores Vídeoss sobre ENTRENAMIENTO DEL BALONCESTO  !

Estas revisiones son realizadas por el  Equipo eBA y los Graduados de la Clínica eBA, y todos los títulos son altamente recomendados, siendo parte de nuestra biblioteca profesional personal !




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