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    with Steve Fisher,
    former San Diego State University Head Coach;
    Back-to-Back-to-Back MWC Regular Season Champions (2014-16), 6x MWC Regular Season and 4x MWC Tournament Champions;
    2015 Wooden Legends of Coaching Award recipient;
    Naismith College Coach of the Year (2011), NABC Coach of the Year (2011);
    former University of Michigan Head Coach, 1989 NCAA Champions; over 490 Career Wins

    Great defensive teams were a hallmark of Steve Fisher's illustrious coaching career. All of his dominant defenses were established through a consistency in teaching philosophy through every practice. Through over 15 practice drills in this video, Coach Fisher shows how you can translate his concepts to develop a more aggressive and disciplined team defense.

    Fisher breaks down how to get your team to play with great defensive tempo as well as great technique. With an emphasis on communication and positioning, Fisher walks viewers through some of the basic drills he used to build his San Diego State teams into consistent winners.

    Shell Drill

    Shell Drill should be a part of every practice if you truly want a great defense. Coach Fisher shows how you can vary the Shell Drill to teach a number of defensive fundamentals through the "technique" and "tempo" drill formats. This will help you instruct your players through the finer details of your defensive system while giving them an opportunity to compete at game speed.

    Defensive concepts that are demonstrated through the Shell Drill include:

    • Defensive positioning that will pressure passing lanes while simultaneously providing help support.
    • Preventing dribble penetration into the gaps of the defense with stunts.
    • Rotating defenders to double the ball and cover the first pass out on baseline drives.
    • Keeping your man in front of you with great individual defense on the ball.
    • Playing with greater urgency off the ball to help teammates in disadvantageous situations.
    • Doubling the ball with three different strategies to keep your opponent guessing throughout the game.

    More Drills and Techniques

    Coach Fisher shares additional drills that will help you develop your players into great all-around defenders. The Numbers Rebounding drill will teach your team how to scramble to contest open shooters and secure the ball. The Trace drill will help you perfect closeout technique to aggressively pressure the ball without giving up the drive.

    You will also see how to disrupt a ball screen offense with the "Black" and "Left" strategies. These tactics will help your team defense by forcing the ball into certain areas of the court to make your opponent play into weaknesses. Fisher shows how to take away a star player's ability to win the game with a trapping strategy for late game situations. Finally, he gives you the "Regular" and "Lock" methods that helped his teams defend baseline inbound plays so effectively.

    This video will give you a detailed, well-organized blueprint for developing one of the most critical components of the game - an aggressive defense that can create turnovers and help your team win close games!

    68 minutes. 2018.


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  • 09/12/19--22:00: Ryan Odom's Offensive 2-Pack
  • BD-05606A:

    with Ryan Odom,
    UMBC Head Coach;
    Coached UMBC to the first ever #16-seed win over a #1-seed in the NCAA Tournament (2018);ÿ
    Led UMBC to a 25-11 record, including the 2018 America East Conference Tournament Championship (a school record for wins);
    2018 Hugh Durham National Coach of the Year Award;
    2017 Joe B. Hall Award recipient, given to the top first-year coach in Division I

    Teams at every level are beginning to spread the floor more often with skilled players that can shoot. Ryan Odom has developed an offense that will allow you to take advantage of this strategy versus zone defenses as well!

    If you are in charge of a team that lacks post play or wants to capitalize on talented perimeter players, then you need to take a look at this video. This zone offense will open up the floor for weak side flashes, drive & kicks, and create natural overloads that can distort your opponent's alignment.

    Cutters Offense

    This versatile offense opens up the floor by utilizing extra shooters in your lineup. See how you can still play inside-out with additional perimeter players through a continuity that provides great spacing as well as awesome ball and player movement.

    Coach Odom demonstrates how you can attack the rim through overloads, shifting your post player to open up logo touches, and dribble penetration. Vary the look you attack your opponent with by allowing your post player and baseline runner some freedom in their decision making. You will see how this can distort and overwhelm your opponent's zone defense to open up corner shots, drives, or post feeds. Odom also shows how to implement screens that can pin defenders for open shots.

    1-3-1 Offense

    You will see how you can find ways for your perimeter players to penetrate the defense through a more traditional zone look. This is essential to addressing the huge liability created when trying to play a non-shooting guard versus a zone defense. You'll learn how you can utilize ball screens to open up driving lanes that collapse the defense.

    Additional Strategies

    Coach Odom also shows how to incorporate ball screen set plays and other man-to-man plays effectively against zone defenses in transition or short clock situations. You'll see how to attack a zone through the "Horns" set or "Angle" ball screen as the clock is winding down. You will also learn how to flow into zone offense through actions typically used in the Blocker-Mover offense to create some early scoring opportunities.

    See how to carry over modern basketball philosophies to attack zone defenses with this insightful release from Ryan Odom!

    55 minutes. 2019.



    BD-05606B:

    with Ryan Odom,
    UMBC Head Coach;
    Coached UMBC to the first ever #16-seed win over a #1-seed in the NCAA Tournament (2018);ÿ
    Led UMBC to a 25-11 record, including the 2018 America East Conference Tournament Championship (a school record for wins);
    2018 Hugh Durham National Coach of the Year Award;
    2017 Joe B. Hall Award recipient, given to the top first-year coach in Division I

    UMBC, the 16 seed, and called "the ultimate underdogs", were able to dismantle a top-ranked defense with their up-tempo drive and kick motion offense in upsetting the top seed in the 2018 NCAA tournament. A rock solid foundation of strong fundamentals were necessary in order to accomplish such a feat. In this video, coach Ryan Odom shows some of his most effective drills for establishing this skill set with your players.

    Ball Handling

    Warm up your players while improving their handles with the "Freelance Drill". Your entire team can efficiently work through a variety of moves to change pace or direction. You will also see how defenders can be incorporated to provide players with some additional challenge.

    Full Court Passing Drills

    Two drills are demonstrated that will improve passing, catching, and shooting while playing at high speed in transition. The "5-4-3-2-1 Drill" challenges your players to execute with precision while progressively increasing the difficulty of passing and catching. The "3-Line Passing Drill" is a great way to break down common actions in your transition attack. Coach Odom demonstrates how you can run through several drive & kick and ball screen options using this format.

    Pick & Roll Drills

    The technique, timing, and reads required to successfully execute ball screens require a strong connection between your players. Odom shows how he uses the "2-Man Ball Screen Series" to develop this chemistry between the ball handler and the screener. Numerous pick & roll options from Odom's offense are explained. You will learn how to use side, angle, and middle ball screens. Additionally, twists and re-screens are both demonstrated to help you counter defensive strategies by catching them off-guard.

    Shooting Drills

    In order to excel with UMBC's style of play, you will need shooters that can spread the floor. The "V-Cut Shooting Drill" can quickly involve your whole team for shooting practice around the entire court. The "Drive & Kick" drill can break down dribble penetration options in your half-court offense while also reinforcing the types of shots that will be created from these actions.

    Every coach wants players that can dribble, pass, and shoot at a high clip. Coach Odom gives you some great practice drills that perfectly reinforce essential basketball fundamentals!

    44 minutes. 2019.




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    with Ryan Odom,
    UMBC Head Coach;
    Coached UMBC to the first ever #16-seed win over a #1-seed in the NCAA Tournament (2018);ÿ
    Led UMBC to a 25-11 record, including the 2018 America East Conference Tournament Championship (a school record for wins);
    2018 Hugh Durham National Coach of the Year Award;
    2017 Joe B. Hall Award recipient, given to the top first-year coach in Division I

    UMBC, the 16 seed, and called "the ultimate underdogs", were able to dismantle a top-ranked defense with their up-tempo drive and kick motion offense in upsetting the top seed in the 2018 NCAA tournament. A rock solid foundation of strong fundamentals were necessary in order to accomplish such a feat. In this video, coach Ryan Odom shows some of his most effective drills for establishing this skill set with your players.

    Ball Handling

    Warm up your players while improving their handles with the "Freelance Drill". Your entire team can efficiently work through a variety of moves to change pace or direction. You will also see how defenders can be incorporated to provide players with some additional challenge.

    Full Court Passing Drills

    Two drills are demonstrated that will improve passing, catching, and shooting while playing at high speed in transition. The "5-4-3-2-1 Drill" challenges your players to execute with precision while progressively increasing the difficulty of passing and catching. The "3-Line Passing Drill" is a great way to break down common actions in your transition attack. Coach Odom demonstrates how you can run through several drive & kick and ball screen options using this format.

    Pick & Roll Drills

    The technique, timing, and reads required to successfully execute ball screens require a strong connection between your players. Odom shows how he uses the "2-Man Ball Screen Series" to develop this chemistry between the ball handler and the screener. Numerous pick & roll options from Odom's offense are explained. You will learn how to use side, angle, and middle ball screens. Additionally, twists and re-screens are both demonstrated to help you counter defensive strategies by catching them off-guard.

    Shooting Drills

    In order to excel with UMBC's style of play, you will need shooters that can spread the floor. The "V-Cut Shooting Drill" can quickly involve your whole team for shooting practice around the entire court. The "Drive & Kick" drill can break down dribble penetration options in your half-court offense while also reinforcing the types of shots that will be created from these actions.

    Every coach wants players that can dribble, pass, and shoot at a high clip. Coach Odom gives you some great practice drills that perfectly reinforce essential basketball fundamentals!

    44 minutes. 2019.


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  • 09/12/19--22:00: Cutters Zone Offense
  • with Ryan Odom,
    UMBC Head Coach;
    Coached UMBC to the first ever #16-seed win over a #1-seed in the NCAA Tournament (2018);ÿ
    Led UMBC to a 25-11 record, including the 2018 America East Conference Tournament Championship (a school record for wins);
    2018 Hugh Durham National Coach of the Year Award;
    2017 Joe B. Hall Award recipient, given to the top first-year coach in Division I

    Teams at every level are beginning to spread the floor more often with skilled players that can shoot. Ryan Odom has developed an offense that will allow you to take advantage of this strategy versus zone defenses as well!

    If you are in charge of a team that lacks post play or wants to capitalize on talented perimeter players, then you need to take a look at this video. This zone offense will open up the floor for weak side flashes, drive & kicks, and create natural overloads that can distort your opponent's alignment.

    Cutters Offense

    This versatile offense opens up the floor by utilizing extra shooters in your lineup. See how you can still play inside-out with additional perimeter players through a continuity that provides great spacing as well as awesome ball and player movement.

    Coach Odom demonstrates how you can attack the rim through overloads, shifting your post player to open up logo touches, and dribble penetration. Vary the look you attack your opponent with by allowing your post player and baseline runner some freedom in their decision making. You will see how this can distort and overwhelm your opponent's zone defense to open up corner shots, drives, or post feeds. Odom also shows how to implement screens that can pin defenders for open shots.

    1-3-1 Offense

    You will see how you can find ways for your perimeter players to penetrate the defense through a more traditional zone look. This is essential to addressing the huge liability created when trying to play a non-shooting guard versus a zone defense. You'll learn how you can utilize ball screens to open up driving lanes that collapse the defense.

    Additional Strategies

    Coach Odom also shows how to incorporate ball screen set plays and other man-to-man plays effectively against zone defenses in transition or short clock situations. You'll see how to attack a zone through the "Horns" set or "Angle" ball screen as the clock is winding down. You will also learn how to flow into zone offense through actions typically used in the Blocker-Mover offense to create some early scoring opportunities.

    See how to carry over modern basketball philosophies to attack zone defenses with this insightful release from Ryan Odom!

    55 minutes. 2019.


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    with Dan Muller,
    Illinois State University Head Coach;
    2017 Missouri Valley Conference regular season champions;
    2017 MVC Coach of the Year;
    2x MVC Defensive Player of the Year as an athlete at Illinois State (1996, 1997)

    Dan Muller provides the instruction you need to produce a top-tier man-to-man defense. His focus of man principles with a mix of a 2-2-1 press and 2-3 zone were vital in creating tough shot opportunities for opponents during his team's fantastic 2017 season. Illinois State ranked as one of the best teams in the nation at creating the longest defensive possessions, showcasing just how tough it was for opponents to gain a bucket against Muller's defense.

    Coach Muller takes you through his defensive approach, building his man-to-man defense, and then utilizing his principles to create a stellar zone change-of-pace defense.

    Communication

    Muller stresses the importance of being elite communicators as a team and throughout this video Muller reinforces it.

    You will learn how to ensure your players talk when they close out, help on screens, and call out if they are covering the basket or another offensive player. By communicating, your defense will move and be able to pick up the right assignment while rotating. This prevents multiple players from going to same area, and your defense will work together to cover necessary areas of the floor.

    Three Line Closeouts

    Incorporating help defense within your closeout drills allows you to work on multiple things at once. Coach Muller shows a drill that incorporates help defense, closing out to the gaps within the first passing lane, and on-ball defense. After your players work on their footwork and proper closeout technique, they will progress and incorporate live game play. This drill allows you to instill your defensive philosophy in your players. You can also adjust the drill to force the ball to the sideline, middle, or baseline.

    Shell Drill - Stunt the Dribble

    The Shell Drill is one of the best drills to build a defense. Muller builds off this traditional drill by incorporating movement and stunting toward the dribble, along with recovery. Stunting the dribble is a great progression in your Shell Drill because it allows your players who are one pass away to stunt and help, then recover on their defensive assignment.

    Ball Screen Defense

    Coach Muller focuses on trapping ball screens from day one of practice through the first few weeks of the season. This strategy is one he built by learning from Eric Spoelstra of the Miami Heat. Trapping ball screens leads to a constant scramble situation, and you'll utilize the same rotations as you would on any ball screen. This mentality will prepare your team for any ball screen approach, and you'll learn the roles of the trapper, basket player, and fliers.

    This video from Coach Muller is filled with information that you can utilize for the summer and pre-season install of your defense. You'll see how to get your players to build a defensive mentality and be fundamentally sound before becoming more game plan-oriented and player specific. Lay the foundation of your program's defense with Dan Muller!

    Produced at the Nike Championship Basketball Coaches Clinic - Cleveland (OH), Fall 2017.

    "Coach Muller does a fantastic job showing us the main points from the first closeout drill to positioning drills and even how to defend the ball screen. I tried this in my first practice after seeing this video with my team and it made an immediate difference." - Customer Review

    64 minutes. 2019.


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    with Bob Richey,
    Furman University Head Coach;
    led Furman to a school-record 25 wins in the 2018-19 season, including wins over 2018 Final Four participants Villanova and Loyola-Chicago

    Furman head coach Bob Richey has guided Furman to back-to-back 20+ win seasons by teaching his players how to read the defense and take what is given to them. Continuity offenses can cause players to get stuck in neutral, which is why teaching your athletes terminology and actions they can use to break down defenders on their own will ensure your team has an unstoppable offense.

    Philosophy

    Coach Richey believes in a structure where players are able to go from option 1 to option 3 in a matter of seconds. By emphasizing close twos, assisted 3-pointers and getting to the free throw line, your players can play and excel in any position on the floor.

    Man Offense

    Richey breaks down his terminology and demonstrates the actions that he teaches beginning with his early offense. As he incorporates more off-ball screening, players are able to use the open floor to get easy cuts, drives, or dishes to open shooters.

    As athletes transition into half court offense, Coach Richey provides a series of actions including a Houston Series that uses a dribble hand-off and a ball screen to create a pick & roll or pick & pop action for your post.

    Zone Offense

    By putting a playmaker in the middle of the zone and using passing and cutting actions, you can create a simple, but effective zone offense against any opponent. Using a 4 around 1 set, your players can still use your man-to-man cutting actions to score. As your players feel more and more comfortable with cutting actions, you can add in a ball screen to create a pick & roll offense that will leave wide open back cutters or wide open shooters.

    Coach Richey has put together an offensive system where all actions flow right into an easy offense that your players will love. By teaching your players how to read the defense and play without running through a continuous offense, they will become unguardable and have the ability to create scoring opportunities!

    78 minutes. 2019.


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    with John Beilein,
    Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) Head Coach;
    former University of Michigan Head Coach;
    2019 Coach Wooden "Keys to Life" Award;
    2018 CBS Sports National Coach of the Year;
    2018 NCAA Men's Basketball National Championship Runner-up;
    2014 Big Ten Coach of the Year;
    2x Final Four appearances (2013, 2018);2x Big Ten Regular Season Champions (2012, 2014);
    2x Big Ten Tournament Champions (2017, 2018);
    1998 CAA Coach of the Year (University of Richmond);
    1994 MAAC Coach of the Year (Canisius College; inducted into the Canisius College Sports Hall of Fame in September 2019)

    As a coach at the high school, junior college and four-year college levels, John Beilein has a proven track record of success at every level of basketball. The underlying factors of his success are the drills that have been proven to work for his teams and the culture that he has developed at every coaching stop. This fantastic video will provide you the chance to learn those very exercises and approach to running a successful program.

    Change as a Constant

    As Coach Beilein stresses throughout the video, "There's a lot of ways to win a game." Throughout the entirety of his head coaching career, Beilein has had to adapt and change to the different strategies and tactics in basketball. The biggest of these he mentions is the pick & roll and its increase in usage in the game. The tactic has forced him to incorporate it in his offense while also forcing him to put in more time defending it.

    Another change that is discussed is strength training and how it has been incorporated into the game. With the right program, bodies can change to improve strength and leaping ability. However, the wrong program can result in the wrong outcomes that can hinder performance.

    One last aspect that Coach Beilein has been forced to adjust to was in transitioning conferences when he was the head coach at Richmond. It was during that time he began to utilize the 1-3-1 zone and adjusting it to his opponents. He also discusses the use of the defense when he was at West Virginia and Michigan.

    Things That Don't Change

    While there are many areas where things change, there are those that will never change. The first is the importance of skill development. This includes ball-handling and shooting on offense - two skills that will forever be critical in developing quality players. To illustrate, Coach Beilein showcases a two-player drill designed to improve dribbling and one-handed passing that goes for two minutes.

    Another drill that is demonstrated is the "Double Mikan Drill." In this drill, a player will do the traditional Mikan Drill, but will do it with two basketballs. The goal is to make 20 in 20 seconds or less, something that can be developed with three weeks of continuous work. A third drill demonstrated is "3 Taps and In." This drill has a post player tap the ball off of the backboard three times before tapping the ball into the basket. In 20 seconds, a proficient post player should be able to complete six sides.

    Finally, Coach Beilein teaches shooting with the drill "60 in 5." The shooter in the drill has a goal of making 60 shots in five minutes with a goal of shooting at least 85 shots in the time frame. The shooter must move around on the perimeter and is not allowed to shoot from the same spot twice.

    Culture is Going to Win

    To build the culture of a basketball program, Beilein believes in having the coaching staff project an image. More important than being reactionary is to explain and develop why it is important to teach the values you want in your program and why they are good values.

    As Coach Beilein believes, "If you don't have a good culture, you ain't never going to win."

    Developing a Pivot Foot

    What sets Beilein apart from other coaches is his attention to detail. One of the areas where he pays extra attention is on footwork and in establishing a pivot foot. The first aspect that gets attention is catching with feet in the air and coming down with both feet at the same time. This prevents traveling when establishing and using a pivot foot.

    One way to teach how to properly establish and utilize a pivot foot is "5-Star Passing." Here, players are in a five-player circle where they will simply step and pass to each other, but all catches are with feet in the air and coming down in a jump stop. This drill will progress from air passes to bounce passes before adding in jump stops and attacking off of the bounce before making a pass.

    If anyone ever needed to know why Coach Beilein has been successful at every stop during his career, this video explains why and gives you a blueprint for success on your own!

    153 minutes. 2019.


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    with Dan Majerle,
    Grand Canyon University Head Coach;
    former Phoenix Suns Assistant Coach;
    14-year NBA veteran, 3x NBA All Star, 2x NBA All-Defensive Second Team, member of Dream Team 2

    Dan Majerle draws on his long-time playing and coaching career in the NBA to infuse his offensive system at the collegiate level with the tactics and plays that work at the highest level. In this video, you will see over 30 plays that can be used to score quickly in your transition offense or in the half court. You will see how the variety of actions in this extensive play library can help you get quality scoring opportunities from all over the court.

    Learn how to space the floor in transition to easily score in your primary break or to quickly flow into a variety of quick hitters that can decimate a defense before they even have a chance to set up.

    Transition on Misses

    Four plays are demonstrated for transitioning off missed shots. You will see how you can run into multiple pick & rolls with incredible floor spacing using the "Drag" option. This strategy can be similarly applied to ball screens with your other guards in the "21/31" play calls. "Push" will create confusion for the opponent with some hand-offs and screening actions while adding in weak side hammer screen opportunities. "22/32" uses off-ball "Quick" screens to put pressure on the rim with cutters. Coach Majerle also shows how you can post a mismatch with your bigger guards versus defenses that try to switch their screens.

    Transition on Makes

    10 additional plays are run off made baskets. "Oklahoma" and "Oklahoma Touch" utilize a double drag screen with secondary screening actions to free up a big who can shoot. Three plays in the "Rub" series will create scoring options with a quick screen away for your trailing big in transition. Each play within the Rub series delivers a nice variation to the main ball screen action that gives you a unique scoring look.

    Pound the ball into the post with a nice screen-the-screener action using "Cut". "Open" scrambles the defense with simultaneous cutting and dribble hand-off actions that will neutralize help defense on the ball screen. Lastly, the "Chin" series will give you clean layups off back screens for your point guard or take away the help from the screener's defender on the pick & roll.

    Half Court Sets

    Coach Majerle shows 18 different plays that can be run in half court situations through his "Floppy" and "Loop" series. 10 plays can be initiated from entries created from floppy action that create high-low post feed opportunities, off-ball screens to open shooters, and more. These plays are perfect against pressure defenses that will attempt to deny passes and disrupt your offense.

    Majerle explains how to align your players against defenses that front the post. The Loop series creates guard movement from a 1-4 high alignment to get defenders chasing before they are slammed with a ball screen or other actions. Loop delivers opportunities for lob passes to your guards, open perimeter shots using elevator screens and hammer screens, and more.

    Coach Majerle reveals a huge chunk of his playbook to share these highly-effective scoring actions with the masses. This video is so good that you are either going to be running these plays or guarding these plays next season!

    66 minutes. 2019.


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    with Chantal Vall‚e,
    Hamilton Honey Badgers (Canadian Elite Basketball League) Head Coach & GM;
    University of Windsor Head Women's Basketball Coach;
    Five straight Canadian Interuniversity Sports (CIS) Women's Basketball National Titles (2011-2015);
    2x CIS Women's Basketball Coach of the Year;
    ATHENA International Leadership Award, 2012

    Chantal Vall‚e was the first woman to be a professional head coach and GM for a men's basketball program. Her ability to teach the game puts separates her from many other coaches in today's game.

    In this video, Coach Vall‚e demonstrates and breaks down her dribble hand-off action and how she uses it to create an offense that is unpredictable, unscoutable, and versatile.

    Dribble Hand-off Action

    To initiate Vall‚e's offense, players use a dribble hand-off that is pushed higher up the floor. This allows for more open space and gets your guard to rise up to the hand-off in a more downhill action, making it difficult to defend.

    With a base action put in, players can get creative and build their ability to attack the rim by understanding and reading what the defender is giving them. Athletes look for what their defender is doing, then how the on-ball defender might play them after the hand-off. This will allow your players to make quick decisions and create easy scoring opportunities. Players will learn what to do if their defender is trailing, denying, switching, or off-ball screening for the corner.

    Missed Dribble Hand-off

    As opponents become more familiar with your offense, players will have to develop their IQ. If they pick up their dribble, players can use a variety of options to score. Cutters will look to read their defender and back cut, curl cut middle, or cut through and get a second cutter coming to the ball. This will keep your offense flowing and put more pressure on the defense to guard your cutters.

    Post Entry

    By bringing a post player higher up the floor, you can create mismatches with a post player that can score. Vall‚e demonstrates options that include your post player not putting the ball on the floor as much by getting an entry and using a pitch to hit the cutter right away. This will create multiple scoring opportunities for either the cutter or your post player rolling/popping off the throw & go.

    Step Up Ball Screen

    Using the ball screen, players can attack downhill with few to no help-side defenders waiting in the paint for them. Vall‚e uses a 2v2 drill to break down all the possible options and defenses you will see against a step up screen including icing it, going over the top, and going under.

    A final action Vall‚e demonstrates is her elbow series: a 2-man game off-ball action. After entering the ball into the post player in the middle of the floor, players can create this off-ball action and use screening action. Within the screening action, players will read what to do when the defense trails, denies, or switches.

    Pistol

    Mastering the 2-man game actions and cuts will make your team versatile. Coach Vall‚e demonstrates how you can add actions together and create multiple 2-man game scenarios within your offense. This makes it difficult for your opponent to scout your offense and prepare to play against your team.

    Coach Vall‚e is one of the game's brightest coaches. This is an excellent video that will help you teach your players to read the defense better by building their IQ. A must-have for coaches who want to exploit 2- and 3-man situations!

    72 minutes. 2019.


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    BB-00958: with Del Harris,
    2019 recipient of the John W. Bunn Lifetime Achievement Award;
    recipient of the 2017 NABC International Lifetime Achievement Award;
    Jerry Colangelo Award (2010 NBA All-Star Game by Athletes in Action/AIA);
    John Wooden 'Keys to Life Award' (2014 Final Four by AIA & Fellowship of Christian Athletes/FCA);
    former NBA Coach (Houston Rockets, Milwaukee Bucks and the Los Angeles Lakers); 1995 NBA Coach of the Year; 0ver 500 career victories;
    Internationally he has coached with the national teams of Puerto Rico, Canada, the United States, the Dominican Republic and China. His teams won six medals in World Competition (two golds, a silver and three bronze medals);

    and Ken Shields,
    former University of Victoria Head Men's Basketball Coach; won seven consecutive National Championships and four CAU Coach of the Year awards; was appointed as a Member of the Order of Canada in 1998, and received The Dr. James Naismith Award of Excellence for his contribution to Basketball in Canada in 2007.
    Master Coach certificate (Coaching Association of Canada);
    Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame (1999); BC Sports Hall of Fame; Canadian Sports Hall of Fame;
    established the University of Victoria's National Coaching Institute; founding president of the Commonwealth Centre for Sport Development

    Never before has there been a book compiled that presents this much material on the zone offense for basketball. Coaching legends Del Harris and Ken Shields cover the basic information needed for novice coaches, as well as a plethora of advanced material for the highest level coaches. The first six chapters start with putting one's toe in the water and gradually takes one waist deep or better in the process. It has specific approaches to attack every zone defense style including the vaunted match-up zone defense, and has drills for the youth coach, as well as for the advanced coach. Harris and Shields dedicate one chapter to zone attacks from NCAA and European coaches. You'll get plays from Steve Alford, John Calipari, Mike Krzyzewski, Sean Miller, Bo Ryan, Bill Self, Zeljko Obradovic, Dave Blatt, and more.

    Regardless of the level that you coach from beginner to the NBA, this book will enhance your knowledge of zone offense and help you become a better zone coach!

    "An absolute "must" for basketball players and their team coaches, "Attacking the Zone Defenses" is as informed and informative as it is impressively 'user friendly' in tone, content, organization and presentation. Of special note is the chapter dedicated to Drills for Teaching Zone Offense. Simply stated, "Attacking the Zone Defenses" should be considered an essential, core addition to personal, high school, college, university, and professional basketball instructional reference collections and supplemental studies reading lists." - Midwest Book Review

    320 pages. 2015.



    BD-05614:

    with Del Harris,2019 recipient of the John W. Bunn Lifetime Achievement Award;
    recipient of the 2017 NABC International Lifetime Achievement Award;
    Jerry Colangelo Award (2010 NBA All-Star Game by Athletes in Action/AIA);
    John Wooden 'Keys to Life Award' (2014 Final Four by AIA & Fellowship of Christian Athletes/FCA);
    former NBA Coach (Houston Rockets, Milwaukee Bucks and the Los Angeles Lakers); 1995 NBA Coach of the Year; 0ver 500 career victories;
    Internationally he has coached with the national teams of Puerto Rico, Canada, the United States, the Dominican Republic and China. His teams won six medals in World Competition (two golds, a silver and three bronze medals)

    and Ken Shields,
    former University of Victoria Head Men's Basketball Coach;
    won seven consecutive National Championships and four CAU Coach of the Year awards;
    appointed as a Member of the Order of Canada in 1998, and received The Dr. James Naismith Award of Excellence for his contribution to Basketball in Canada in 2007;
    Master Coach certificate (Coaching Association of Canada); Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame (1999); BC Sports Hall of Fame; Canadian Sports Hall of Fame;
    established the University of Victoria's National Coaching Institute; founding president of the Commonwealth Centre for Sport Development;
    Ken Shields was cited by Steve Nash, 2x NBA MVP, in his Hall of Fame acceptance speech as "the first person to give me the opportunity" and a "formative figure in my basketball career"

    Long-time NBA coach Del Harris has been around the game for over 40 years. His knowledge and expertise in the game, especially when it comes to zone offense, have allowed him to train and coach some of today's best players.

    In this video, Coach Harris and his friend, noted Canadian basketball coaching legend Ken Shields demonstrates some of the key concepts that will make any team successful against today's trending zone defenses.

    Zone Offense Philosophy

    Running an offense where the ball does the work is key to beating any zone defense. Being able to use your post as a scoring option in order to space the floor and open up more attacking opportunities is a launching point for great zone offense. By shifting the ball from one side to the next, you will be able to open up room for more attacks. Coach Harris calls these 'swing and attack' opportunities, and this will help your team create advantages against the best defenses on your schedule.

    Essentials

    Using a 1-3-1 setup, your offense will be trained to look for the 2-man game by keeping the lane open. Keeping the lane open is important for high-low action and creating a power triangle before shifting the ball and attacking on the opposite side of the zone.

    High-Low Action

    Using two post players and cutting action into space, you can create a mismatch off of your initial wing entry. With one player flashing high on a ball reversal, you can use your low block post to seal low and force the defense to choose between an open drive or shot from the high post, or an open layup from the low block.

    Automatic Cuts and Options

    Any zone offense needs to have layers of cutting actions. Coaches Harris and Shields demonstrate options that players can use including automatic wing, corner, and high post cuts to provide numerous scoring actions. These easy-to-install actions will make your players more dynamic and versatile playing against a zone defense.

    Harris and Shields provide a lot of scoring options and cutting actions for when your team goes against a zone defense. Both coaches focus on teaching players how read the defense and react to what they are given. By using intelligent dribbles, shift and attack concepts and high-low action, you can create an unstoppable zone offense that forces your opponent to play man defense.

    This long-awaited companion video to the best selling book is sure to provide you with an excellent visual aid to some of the most effective and useful concepts in the game today!

    58 minutes. 2019.




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    with Del Harris,2019 recipient of the John W. Bunn Lifetime Achievement Award;
    recipient of the 2017 NABC International Lifetime Achievement Award;
    Jerry Colangelo Award (2010 NBA All-Star Game by Athletes in Action/AIA);
    John Wooden 'Keys to Life Award' (2014 Final Four by AIA & Fellowship of Christian Athletes/FCA);
    former NBA Coach (Houston Rockets, Milwaukee Bucks and the Los Angeles Lakers); 1995 NBA Coach of the Year; 0ver 500 career victories;
    Internationally he has coached with the national teams of Puerto Rico, Canada, the United States, the Dominican Republic and China. His teams won six medals in World Competition (two golds, a silver and three bronze medals)

    and Ken Shields,
    former University of Victoria Head Men's Basketball Coach;
    won seven consecutive National Championships and four CAU Coach of the Year awards;
    appointed as a Member of the Order of Canada in 1998, and received The Dr. James Naismith Award of Excellence for his contribution to Basketball in Canada in 2007;
    Master Coach certificate (Coaching Association of Canada); Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame (1999); BC Sports Hall of Fame; Canadian Sports Hall of Fame;
    established the University of Victoria's National Coaching Institute; founding president of the Commonwealth Centre for Sport Development;
    Ken Shields was cited by Steve Nash, 2x NBA MVP, in his Hall of Fame acceptance speech as "the first person to give me the opportunity" and a "formative figure in my basketball career"

    Long-time NBA coach Del Harris has been around the game for over 40 years. His knowledge and expertise in the game, especially when it comes to zone offense, have allowed him to train and coach some of today's best players.

    In this video, Coach Harris and his friend, noted Canadian basketball coaching legend Ken Shields demonstrates some of the key concepts that will make any team successful against today's trending zone defenses.

    Zone Offense Philosophy

    Running an offense where the ball does the work is key to beating any zone defense. Being able to use your post as a scoring option in order to space the floor and open up more attacking opportunities is a launching point for great zone offense. By shifting the ball from one side to the next, you will be able to open up room for more attacks. Coach Harris calls these 'swing and attack' opportunities, and this will help your team create advantages against the best defenses on your schedule.

    Essentials

    Using a 1-3-1 setup, your offense will be trained to look for the 2-man game by keeping the lane open. Keeping the lane open is important for high-low action and creating a power triangle before shifting the ball and attacking on the opposite side of the zone.

    High-Low Action

    Using two post players and cutting action into space, you can create a mismatch off of your initial wing entry. With one player flashing high on a ball reversal, you can use your low block post to seal low and force the defense to choose between an open drive or shot from the high post, or an open layup from the low block.

    Automatic Cuts and Options

    Any zone offense needs to have layers of cutting actions. Coaches Harris and Shields demonstrate options that players can use including automatic wing, corner, and high post cuts to provide numerous scoring actions. These easy-to-install actions will make your players more dynamic and versatile playing against a zone defense.

    Harris and Shields provide a lot of scoring options and cutting actions for when your team goes against a zone defense. Both coaches focus on teaching players how read the defense and react to what they are given. By using intelligent dribbles, shift and attack concepts and high-low action, you can create an unstoppable zone offense that forces your opponent to play man defense.

    This long-awaited companion video to the best selling book is sure to provide you with an excellent visual aid to some of the most effective and useful concepts in the game today!

    58 minutes. 2019.


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    with Darian DeVries,
    Drake University Head Coach;
    2019 Missouri Valley Conference regular season champions;
    2019 MVC Coach of the Year;
    former Creighton University Assistant Coach (17 years); with Creighton for 20 total seasons;
    helped Creighton to 19 postseason appearances and 12 NCAA Tournament berths;
    member of the Iowa High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame

    This video featuring Drake University head coach Darian DeVries is an 'open practice/all access' format that focuses on running fast-paced transition basketball. DeVries and his staff go through numerous drills designed to work all aspects of a player's game; from footwork, to passing and shooting. These are the same drills that contributed to Drake's Missouri Valley Conference championship season in 2019.

    Offensive Fundamentals & Drills

    Starting with an emphasis on fundamentals, you will learn a variety of actions that DeVries uses in his high-powered offense. Players are drilled on basic elements such as the drive & kick, as well as various actions off the pick & roll.

    After extensive work on footwork and shooting, you'll see how to use different actions to flow into your offense in a competitive 5-on-5 game where each team gets 12 possessions. The game emphasizes execution in the half-court as the team works on components of their offense.

    Transition & Game Film

    Transition is the next segment of practice as another 5-on-5 drill is implemented to help you see the points of emphasis that helped make Drake one of the top running teams in their league in 2019. There is a keen attention to detail, whether it's the emphasis on footwork, hard cuts or aggressive post-ups. The high-energy practice segments demonstrate how you can pack a ton of fundamental drill work into two one-hour practices.

    In a final video segment, Coach DeVries goes over game film to demonstrate how the various actions and fundamentals translate into a game. You'll observe:

    • How aggressively advancing the ball leads to spacing of 1-on-1 drives to the basket.
    • The advantages of having your 4-man push the ball up the court.
    • How the drive & kick drills translate into open 3-point looks in a game.

    This video provides a meticulous look at how Coach DeVries achieved immediate success and captured a share of his league's title in his first season as a head coach.

    130 minutes. 2019.


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    with Darian DeVries,
    Drake University Head Coach;
    2019 Missouri Valley Conference regular season champions;
    2019 MVC Coach of the Year;
    former Creighton University Assistant Coach (17 years); with Creighton for 20 total seasons;
    helped Creighton to 19 postseason appearances and 12 NCAA Tournament berths;
    member of the Iowa High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame

    After a long tenure as an assistant coach for the Creighton Bluejays, Darian DeVries joined Drake University as its head coach ahead of the 2019 season and led the Bulldogs all the way to a Missouri Valley Conference championship. Coach DeVries drew praise from college basketball analysts across the country for the job he did in his first season in town.

    In this defensive instructional video from Coach DeVries, you will get an inside look at the practice drills and procedures used to construct an upper tier defense. DeVries and his staff demonstrate the focus and emphasis they bring to daily practices to help foster team communication, effort and intensity.

    Covering Ball Screens

    Starting from the base of 1-on-1 defense, Coach DeVries shows how to implement different coverages for one of the most common actions: the ball screen. Players are taught how to communicate and defend using a variety of coverages that include hard hedging, switching and fighting over the screen.

    In each segment, DeVries focuses on the details which enable a team to execute successful defensive ball screen coverage. Footwork, angles and early communication are among the topics the coaches look for and insist on.

    Shell Drill & More

    Many coaches use a Shell drill to teach basic defensive rotations. In this video, Coach DeVries takes the Shell to another level as increasingly complex actions such as cutters, weak-side post cuts and dribble hand-offs are all thrown into the mix.

    You will learn how to further break down components of an overall defensive scheme, as DeVries covers 1-on-1 post defense and 2-on-2 veer drills which force players to make decisions on how to defend the complexities of each of these attacks. Some of the drills that are broken down include:

    • Two line closeout drills which emphasize help and recovery.
    • Defensive scramble drills that promote communication and transition defensive competency.
    • Transition drills that emphasize a fast-paced attack off turnovers.

    Coach DeVries consistently demonstrates how to hold players to a high level of performance in many defensive situations. He shows how to raise your players' level of defensive awareness and execution by designing drills in which teams can only score by successfully defending.

    Finally, in a series of game film breakdowns, DeVries shows how the myriad of techniques and drills that the team works on every day in practice transfer to actual games.

    Coach DeVries' breakdown of his techniques for defense will help any coach build the foundation for a successful, high-pressure defense.

    80 minutes. 2019.


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    BD-05617A:

    with Darian DeVries,
    Drake University Head Coach;
    2019 Missouri Valley Conference regular season champions;
    2019 MVC Coach of the Year;
    former Creighton University Assistant Coach (17 years); with Creighton for 20 total seasons;
    helped Creighton to 19 postseason appearances and 12 NCAA Tournament berths;
    member of the Iowa High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame

    After a long tenure as an assistant coach for the Creighton Bluejays, Darian DeVries joined Drake University as its head coach ahead of the 2019 season and led the Bulldogs all the way to a Missouri Valley Conference championship. Coach DeVries drew praise from college basketball analysts across the country for the job he did in his first season in town.

    In this defensive instructional video from Coach DeVries, you will get an inside look at the practice drills and procedures used to construct an upper tier defense. DeVries and his staff demonstrate the focus and emphasis they bring to daily practices to help foster team communication, effort and intensity.

    Covering Ball Screens

    Starting from the base of 1-on-1 defense, Coach DeVries shows how to implement different coverages for one of the most common actions: the ball screen. Players are taught how to communicate and defend using a variety of coverages that include hard hedging, switching and fighting over the screen.

    In each segment, DeVries focuses on the details which enable a team to execute successful defensive ball screen coverage. Footwork, angles and early communication are among the topics the coaches look for and insist on.

    Shell Drill & More

    Many coaches use a Shell drill to teach basic defensive rotations. In this video, Coach DeVries takes the Shell to another level as increasingly complex actions such as cutters, weak-side post cuts and dribble hand-offs are all thrown into the mix.

    You will learn how to further break down components of an overall defensive scheme, as DeVries covers 1-on-1 post defense and 2-on-2 veer drills which force players to make decisions on how to defend the complexities of each of these attacks. Some of the drills that are broken down include:

    • Two line closeout drills which emphasize help and recovery.
    • Defensive scramble drills that promote communication and transition defensive competency.
    • Transition drills that emphasize a fast-paced attack off turnovers.

    Coach DeVries consistently demonstrates how to hold players to a high level of performance in many defensive situations. He shows how to raise your players' level of defensive awareness and execution by designing drills in which teams can only score by successfully defending.

    Finally, in a series of game film breakdowns, DeVries shows how the myriad of techniques and drills that the team works on every day in practice transfer to actual games.

    Coach DeVries' breakdown of his techniques for defense will help any coach build the foundation for a successful, high-pressure defense.

    80 minutes. 2019.



    BD-05617B:

    with Darian DeVries,
    Drake University Head Coach;
    2019 Missouri Valley Conference regular season champions;
    2019 MVC Coach of the Year;
    former Creighton University Assistant Coach (17 years); with Creighton for 20 total seasons;
    helped Creighton to 19 postseason appearances and 12 NCAA Tournament berths;
    member of the Iowa High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame

    This video featuring Drake University head coach Darian DeVries is an 'open practice/all access' format that focuses on running fast-paced transition basketball. DeVries and his staff go through numerous drills designed to work all aspects of a player's game; from footwork, to passing and shooting. These are the same drills that contributed to Drake's Missouri Valley Conference championship season in 2019.

    Offensive Fundamentals & Drills

    Starting with an emphasis on fundamentals, you will learn a variety of actions that DeVries uses in his high-powered offense. Players are drilled on basic elements such as the drive & kick, as well as various actions off the pick & roll.

    After extensive work on footwork and shooting, you'll see how to use different actions to flow into your offense in a competitive 5-on-5 game where each team gets 12 possessions. The game emphasizes execution in the half-court as the team works on components of their offense.

    Transition & Game Film

    Transition is the next segment of practice as another 5-on-5 drill is implemented to help you see the points of emphasis that helped make Drake one of the top running teams in their league in 2019. There is a keen attention to detail, whether it's the emphasis on footwork, hard cuts or aggressive post-ups. The high-energy practice segments demonstrate how you can pack a ton of fundamental drill work into two one-hour practices.

    In a final video segment, Coach DeVries goes over game film to demonstrate how the various actions and fundamentals translate into a game. You'll observe:

    • How aggressively advancing the ball leads to spacing of 1-on-1 drives to the basket.
    • The advantages of having your 4-man push the ball up the court.
    • How the drive & kick drills translate into open 3-point looks in a game.

    This video provides a meticulous look at how Coach DeVries achieved immediate success and captured a share of his league's title in his first season as a head coach.

    130 minutes. 2019.




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  • 10/24/19--22:00: Individual & Team Drills
  • with Tad Boyle,
    University of Colorado Head Coach;
    First Colorado University Head Coach to lead the men's basketball team to four straight 20+ win seasons

    The success of any basketball team is rooted in its ability to execute the fundamentals. In this clinic presentation, University of Colorado head coach Tad Boyle details drills that work the necessary skills for individual and team fundamentals. These are the same drills that Coach Boyle uses with his teams that consistently puts them in contention for the Pac-12 year in and year out.

    This video is divided up between individual warm-up and skill drills, and full- & half-court team drills.

    Individual Drills

    Coach Boyle believes in keeping practices engaging by varying the types of warm-ups he uses to begin each practice. Each warm-up has an emphasis, that he explains, which will shape the type of practice that will be held. From full-court warm-ups to more individual focused drills, Boyle shares his favorites in this part of the clinic. The Chair Drill works on ball handling and varying the types of finishes players will make in games and is a great way to get blood pumping for a strong practice.

    Want to have your players value rebounding? Coach Boyle shares an extremely tough and competitive rebounding drill that will have your players crashing the boards with reckless abandonment!

    Known for his team's defense, Boyle also shares great 1-on-1 multi-purpose drills that work on both sides of the ball, as well as a drill to develop strong close-out to 1-on-1 skills.

    5-on-5 Team Drills

    In this section of the presentation, Coach Boyle shifts his focus to 5-on-5 full- and half-court drills. From the traditional build-up transition drills, Boyle adds a defensive mindset "twist" to the way the drill is scored. You will get multiple drills that work both sides of the transition game. The Perfect Possession drill will create toughness in your defense as they fight to get perfect stops in this timed and scored defensive 5-on-5 game.

    If you want to emphasize ball movement and making the extra pass, Coach Boyle explains the Assist Game that will get your players to value making the extra pass by putting stipulations on your team.

    Q & A Session

    No clinic is complete without a valuable question & answer segment. Here, Boyle fields questions and shares his experience and knowledge of the game on topics like zone offense, late game philosophy, fouling in late game situations and more.

    This video will bring intensity and toughness to your practices while improving your program's overall skill individually and as a team!

    106 minutes. 2019.


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    with Craig Doty,
    Emporia State University Head Men's Basketball Coach;
    former Graceland University (IA) Head Coach;
    2018 NAIA Division I National Champions;
    2018 NAIA Division I National Coach of the Year;
    2018 Don Meyer National Coach of the Year Award;former Rock Valley College Head Coach;
    2-Time NJCAA DIII National Champions (2014, 2016);
    2x NABC National Junior College Coach of the Year

    Coach Craig Doty has had success at multiple levels of college basketball. His philosophy of running 75% offensive sets has allowed his teams to control the action on the offensive end, creating high percentage shots. Doty not only gives you multiple sets in this video, but also breaks down how to install, rehearse and implement against a defense. Additionally, Coach Doty includes thoughts on using assistant coaches and team managers effectively throughout a season.

    Offensive Approach

    Doty begins by breaking down his team philosophy. A major concept he touches on deals with the structure he wants his program to utilize: 75% offensive sets and 25% creativity. Coach Doty and his assistants believe this allows their athletes to get better consistently while still having some freedom to play. In his talk, Doty emphasizes that his practices always have great energy and enthusiasm in competition, no matter if the team is in 5-on-5 action or drill work.

    Sets and Options

    Next, you'll receive a few of Coach Doty's favorite offensive sets, which include multiple options out of each set. Some of the options presented in these sets include:

    • Horns looks
    • Flex action and down screens
    • Flare screens
    • Ball screens
    • Post ups

    Next, Doty's assistant coach, Evan Lavery, runs through a set of player development drills. These drills are tailored to the offensive sets taught previously in the presentation. Players get the opportunity to get good shots up and work on specific skills that directly relate to the sets being taught.

    Incorporating Assistants and Managers

    Finally, Coach Doty talks about using assistant coaches and team managers effectively. Because he's worked at smaller colleges in the past, Doty has learned the best ways to use all of the resources at his disposal. You'll hear him talk about finding the strengths of your assistant coaches and letting them use those strengths in practice while also helping your assistants develop in other areas of the game.

    If you're looking to add a few offensive sets to your team's playbook, Coach Doty provides effective plays that will allow your athletes to score the ball. His insights into running a program and using all of your resources to create success on the court are also invaluable!

    41 minutes. 2019.


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    with John Brannen,
    University of Cincinnati Head Men's Basketball Coach;
    former Northern Kentucky University Head Coach;
    2017 & 2019 Horizon League Coach of the Year;
    2018 & 2019 Horizon League Regular Season Champions;
    2017 Horizon League Tournament Champions;
    led Northern Kentucky to the NCAA Tournament in their first year of eligibility; the first school to do this since 1970!

    John Brannen has built his team's identity on playing fast on offense and possessing a constant "attack" mentality. With his transition offense blended with a 4-out/1-in motion offense, Coach Brannen has been able to develop a pace and space mentality that has translated to a lot of wins.

    In this video, Brannen presents a comprehensive clinic on building a fast-paced transition offense. Starting with a holistic approach, he shows how an aggressive defense helps augment the offensive transition game.

    Offensive Philosophy

    At the core of Coach Brannen's offensive philosophy is the three-word mantra of "Sprint, Space and Share." This mindset gets to the heart of playing fast and running both transition offense and half-court offense. If players are ever in doubt as to what is going on, they are reminded that they need to sprint the floor, have good spacing, and share the basketball. Brannen also discusses his use of the "shot spectrum" which grades good and bad shots, as well as "shot licensing" which is how he determines the players who have the green light to shoot 3-pointers in games.

    One of the key benefits of this video is Coach Brannen's constant sharing of metrics he uses for various drills and in-game stats that help improve transition decision making and success. He illustrates how focusing on a few key stats can help improve shot selection and increase points per possession. You'll get key stats you can focus on to define your players' roles in transition.

    The focus on important stats that define and shape your transition offense can also help players better understand the overall team dynamic and how to work with their teammates to create successful transition outcomes.

    Setting Up Transition Offense

    On any missed shot, Coach Brannen has players on the court who are "Bust-Out Guys" - the players who can bring the ball up the floor if they rebound it. To determine whether someone is a Bust-Out Guy, their assist-to-turnover ratio is assessed and it must be positive for the player to remain a Bust-Out Guy. Anytime someone who is not a Bust-Out Guy gets a rebound, they must outlet to the point guard.

    Regardless of whether the shot is made or missed, Brannen tells his players to "Beat Up the X's." The break isn't numbered like many traditional breaks are, but each spot gets filled and there's always someone running to the rim. If a big man gets the rebound, the opposite big man will be the rim runner. However, if a Bust-Out Guy gets the rebound, the first big man up the floor is the rim runner.

    To teach running in transition, Brannen uses the "Coach Izzo Break Drill." This drill is designed to work on sprinting up the sideline and getting lay-ups, post-ups, and 3-point shots in transition. A variation to this drill is having the point guard pass ahead to a wing running up the opposite side.

    Building the Offense

    Coach Brannen begins building his offense with half-court penetrate and pitch drills. These drills, which he adopted from Billy Donovan, are designed to work on attacking the paint and kicking out for open 3-point shots. They also help teach the spacing that is necessary for motion offense in transition.

    With spacing and movement created thanks to penetration opportunities, the offense beings to heat up. The sprinting in transition and spacing created by Beating Up the X's allows the offense to become a penetrate & pitch attack designed to utilize penetration, jump stops, kick-outs, and super gaps.

    As an added bonus, Brannen covers a baseline out of bounds set with multiple variations and shares a way that you can make your inbound plays virtually unscoutable.

    In all, this presentation from Coach Brannen is a detailed and comprehensive attack plan that you can use to play faster and take your transition offense to a whole new level!

    45 minutes. 2019.


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    with John Beilein,
    Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) Head Coach;
    former University of Michigan Head Coach;
    2019 Coach Wooden "Keys to Life" Award;
    2018 NCAA Men's Basketball National Championship Runner-up; 2x Final Four appearances (2013, 2018);
    2018 CBS Sports National Coach of the Year; 2014 Big Ten Coach of the Year;
    2x Big Ten Regular Season Champions (2012, 2014); 2x Big Ten Tournament Champions (2017, 2018);
    1998 CAA Coach of the Year (University of Richmond);
    1994 MAAC Coach of the Year (Canisius College; inducted into the Canisius College Sports Hall of Fame in September 2019)

    John Beilein has managed to find a recipe for success with every situation he has found himself in over a long coaching career that has ranged from high school teams, to college underdogs, to major college programs, and now as the head coach for the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA. Across the decades, Beilein has been able to study the universal truths of what works in basketball no matter the level of competition or the current trends of the sport. In this video, you will get a chance to learn what you should prioritize with your basketball team thanks to the insights of Coach Beilein.

    Culture and Values

    Even as trends in basketball change, the culture you establish will always have the greatest impact on your program's ultimate success. Coach Beilein discusses how you can set the tone at the top through the actions you take every day. Many examples are further examined such as treating people with compassion, hiring a coaching staff that honor your values, living with integrity, treating yourself right, and more.

    A special emphasis is placed on the importance of creating a positive relationship with your players. If you want players to work their hardest for you over a long season, then you will want to hear what Coach Beilein has to say! You will also learn the five core values that Beilein taught to his players at the University of Michigan. Even as the personality of each generation changes with time, the ideas provided will empower you to connect with your players and be a positive mentor.

    "Constants" Drills

    There are many ways to play the game and new tactics are constantly introduced that will continue to change the style of basketball into the future. Coach Beilein shows you some of the constants that have allowed him to succeed at every stop in his coaching career.

    Beilein tells you why and how he prioritizes skill development through the entire year. You will see examples of how drills can be measured to increase accountability with your players, such as with the "Double Mikans" and "60 Threes in Five Minutes" drills. You will also see how to improve the footwork and passing of your players with drills such as the "Perfect Passing Drill" and "Five Star Passing." These drills will teach athletes how to shot fake, pivot in both directions, jump stop, and explode with their first dribble.

    Coach Beilein also demonstrates how much of his style of play is tailored to the talents of his players. You will see how he alters his approach to offensive rebounding and transition defense based on the scouting report. This flexible system will help you optimize this phase of the game by changing how many players you send to crash the boards or drop back in coverage. You will also see how the "5-Man Weave" can be used to work on transition defense through different situations. Beilein includes different strategies for weak-side spacing and movement on ball screens based on the ability of your point guard. Additionally, he discusses how they regularly change their tactics for closing out on defense depending on the shooting ability of their opponent.

    Whether you're a beginning coach or one with a few years of experience in search of more program consistency, the coaching philosophies and "constants" showcased by Coach Beilein in this video will get you and your team moving in the right direction!

    46 minutes. 2019.


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    with Russell Turner,
    UC Irvine Head Coach;
    4x Big West regular season champions ('14, '16, '17, '19);
    2x Big West Tournament champions ('15, '19);
    3x Big West Coach of the Year ('14, '17, '19);
    former Golden State Warriors Assistant Coach

    Teams at every level are shifting their offensive approach to focus on driving and kicking for points in the paint or 3-point opportunities. Drawing from his experience as an assistant coach in the NBA, Russell Turner has implemented a defensive system at UC Irvine that will challenge teams to score inside. In the 2018-2019 season, the Anteaters led the country in 2-point field goal percentage defense. Nobody made it tougher to score at the rim!

    In this video, you will learn some of the defensive concepts Turner uses that will help your team improve its interior protection.

    Developing a Base of Protection

    UC Irvine plays a style of man-to-man that focuses on limiting rotations and switches while forcing opponents away from their tendencies. This system is first established with great on-ball defense to stop the opponent at the point of attack. You will see how to develop great on-ball defenders with the "Defensive Stance Drill." This drill will improve your player's defensive slides by helping them move on balance with their hands up.

    Learn how to implement your big men into this system as rim protectors. Coach Turner explains their strategy for changing ball screen defenses with either "Hedge" or "Cover" depending on the athleticism of your post players. In the "Straight Up" drill, you will see how your posts can get airborne to challenge shots at the rim without drawing fouls.

    Stopping Dribble Penetration

    The "Finish the Defense" series is a great way to progressively teach your players how to defend against dribble penetration. Starting 2-on-2, your posts will learn how to stunt at the ball to deter the drive while the perimeter defender recovers back into the play. Adding a third defender will teach help side defenders to sink into the paint while still arriving on time to challenge the perimeter shot on any skip pass. You will also see how a fourth defender can be added and positions rearranged to work on stunting versus dribble penetration. Additionally, Coach Turner shares a unique approach to determining match-ups that will allow your shot blocker to anchor the rim at all times.

    This video will give you exciting new approaches to shutting down dribble penetration without having to implement strategies that will eventually result in breakdowns or mismatches.

    46 minutes. 2019.


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    with Steve Christiansen,
    Triton College Head Coach;
    2018 NJCAA D-II National Champions;
    2018 NABC Junior College and Spalding NJCAA Coach of the Year;
    2016 NJCAA D-II Runners-Up;
    IBCA Junior College D-II Coach of the Year

    2018 NJCAA Division II National Champion and Spalding NJCAA Coach of the Year, Steve Christiansen, delivers an informative presentation that covers the methods he's used during his journey as a basketball coach. He goes into great detail about how he found a head coaching job and also discusses how he's established his program's culture before diving into a few of his essential practice drills.

    Coaching Journey

    Coach Christiansen begins with his history as a coach, including how his willingness to build upon his coaching knowledge benefited him along the way. He encourages up-and-coming coaches to be patient and continue to build the skills that will make players love competing within your program.

    Additionally, Christiansen covers how building a program from the ground up taught him the importance of being creative to keep his players invested.

    Everyday Practice Drills

    You'll get several simple, but practical drills that build into relevant game skills. Coach Christiansen's drills focus on dribbling, passing, shooting and developing game experience.

    Five drills in particular are everyday cornerstones of Christiansen's practices. He uses a unique version of 3-on-3 Cut Throat to give his athletes the opportunity to enhance their decision-making abilities as well as their improvisation skills.

    Coaches at all levels will find the content of this video applicable to their program. Coach Christiansen does an outstanding job relaying his experience as a coach and how he progressed to the point of being a champion at the NJCAA D-II level. You'll walk away with simple practice drills that will develop your players every day at practice plus added knowledge on how to make your team culture stronger.

    40 minutes. 2019.


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    with Dave Richman,
    North Dakota State University Head Coach;
    2015 Summit League Regular Season Champions;
    2x Summit League Tournament champions ('15, '19);
    2015 Summit League Coach of the Year;

    If your team can win 65% of the game's significant possessions, your team will be in great position to win. Winning those possessions becomes simpler if your team is bought in to a fundamental-first basketball culture.

    Coach Dave Richman of North Dakota State University lays out the framework that quality programs are forged from for crucial, late game situations. This video offers ideas on how to keep your players engaged during every play. You'll see how to get your athletes to lock in during opening warm-ups, transition drills, rebounding situations, and defensive scenarios.

    Energy Drills

    Not every practice begins with energy. Coach Richman offers an effective way to build energy in the first segments of practice that make way for coaches to test effort and focus through three simple drills. These drills make a for a rolling start into practice to reinforce fundamental plays on the ball. They also allow you to dictate plays on the ball that translate into fewer turnovers.

    "8, to Great, to Late" Possession Philosophy

    Some may criticize the "8, to Great, to Late" possession philosophy for being too up-tempo. However, Richman stands by his philosophy to let his players "hoop" within the boundaries of this simplified possession practice and details why he's implemented this approach with his team. The "8, to Great, to Late" philosophy allows his players to:

    • Be on a seamless attack throughout the possession, utilizing space and momentum.
    • Keep the game simple with east and west basketball to create north and south scoring opportunities.
    • Be comfortable in late shot clock situations to expose cracks in undisciplined defenses.

    Conversion Levels

    Coach Richman details personnel assignments on the defensive side of the ball through his conversion level drill. This drill will help your players work on match-up adjustments for different types of offensive threats and adjust your team defense to the level of play you participate in.

    The best part of this video is it puts purpose and focus into a time-tested area of the game that leads to victory: great fundamental basketball. Coach Richman offers creative insight into winning crucial moments during games and how to keep that emphasis prevalent throughout the entire year. This video is a great guide for new coaches looking to build a program and a great refresher for seasoned veterans who need to stay on-top of their game.

    39 minutes. 2019.


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    with Bruce Weber,
    Kansas State University Head Coach;
    2013 Big 12 Coach of the Year;
    2x Big 12 Champions (2013, 2019);
    2019 USA Men's Basketball U19 World Cup Team Head Coach (Gold medal);
    former Head Coach at University of Illinois and University of Southern Illinois;
    In 2005, was awarded: Naismith 'College Coach of the Year', Adolph Rupp Cup, AP Coach of the Year, Henry Iba Award, NABC Coach of the Year, Big Ten Coach of the Year;
    2005 NCAA Final Four & National Runner-up (Illinois);
    2x Big Ten Champions;
    2x MVC Champions; 2003 MVC Coach of the Year;
    Southern Illinois Salukis Hall of Fame (2018)

    Bruce Weber loves defense. He establishes a defensive culture on the first day of practice in the summer and then emphasizes this side of the ball through the rest of the off-season and season.

    In this video, Coach Weber explains how he maintains one of the top defenses in college basketball year in and year out. His style of man-to-man protects the paint while still managing to excel at defending 3-point attempts. Weber presents six practice drills in total that will help you install a foundation for your defense along with a discussion of important concepts that you should consider regardless of the style of defense you play.

    Run to the Ball Closeout Drill

    Coach Weber teaches several interesting concepts within this drill that will teach your players closeout technique, on-ball defense, and helping in the gaps. You'll see how you can adjust the path of your closeout to cut off dribble penetration by "looping." Learn how to refine your terminology to get players recovering to the ball faster. You will also see how Kansas State deters passes with their ball pressure, rather than denial in the passing lanes.

    Ball Screen Coverage

    You can't be a one trick pony in an era of basketball where higher levels of competition use ball screens nearly every possession! Weber demonstrates three different ball screen coverages used by the Wildcats. You will see a 3-on-3 format for teaching the hard hedge that reinforces the two defenders on the ball, along with the help defender who needs to tag the roller. You'll also see how to set up 4-man and 5-man drills to teach the flat hedge and how all five defenders should support their teammates with stunts. Lastly, you will see a 5-man set up for teaching how to ice the ball screen.

    3-Pass Drill

    Breakdowns occur in even the best defenses. The top defenses in the country are still able to prevent the opponent from scoring in these disadvantage situations. This drill will challenge your defenders to improve their closeouts, communication, and rebounding while playing in a drill that simulates a scramble situation.

    Rush Drill

    Preventing early basket opportunities is paramount for building a great defense. Coach Weber demonstrates a drill that is run every day at Kansas State to reinforce their transition defense principles. You will see how to deter fast breaks by slowing the ball and dropping to the rim with great communication. Three additional variations to the drill to are shared to help you add variety to the drill over the season and integrate other concepts into this practice segment.

    Shell Drill

    A great defensive coach considers how their team will defend every situation they might encounter in games. More importantly, your players need to learn how to guard these actions. Weber shows his go-to drill for installing these concepts. Defending the stagger screen is demonstrated along with explanations of additional variations that can make your Shell drill more competitive.

    Play Hard Drill

    Build a culture for playing tough, energetic defense by reinforcing these concepts in practice drills. This drill teaches how to get out and pressure passing lanes, help rotations from the weak side, taking charges, and diving for loose balls. Add this to your practices for a great way to end the session with energy and enthusiasm!

    This collection of practice drills from Coach Weber will help you develop the foundation for a great man-to-man defense.

    45 minutes. 2019.


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    with Jerry Petitgoue,
    Cuba City HS (WI) Head Boys Basketball Coach (over 50 years of varsity head coaching experience);
    29 Conference titles, 3x Wisconsin State Championships; over 900 career wins;
    UW-Platteville Hall of Fame (2007); Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame (2003); University of Dubuque Athletics Hall of Fame (2013);
    Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association - Executive Director

    Learn from a legend! You can't beat experience, and Jerry Petitgoue has that plus the wins and championships to back it up. In this presentation, Coach Petitgoue shares his successful 5-man open post continuity offense. He details the progressions, options, and even shares great quick hitters for when you need a bucket. All the plays flow seamlessly into the motion offense and are shown with counters and details for easy implementation.

    Pressure the Rim

    Coach Petitgoue utilizes cuts, back cuts, screens and rolling out of screens towards the basket. With the constant movement and cuts towards the basket, scoring lanes open up. The actions toward the basket change in appearance, which ensures the defense can't cheat to defend cuts.

    Communication

    It's rare to get a video that addresses communication on offense like this one! Petitgoue explains that players can make their own reads as long as they call out their action. You can also call out actions from the bench if you have a younger team that needs help reading the defense. No matter the age of your team, the end goal is that your players learn the different types of cuts and options and are capable of calling out the action they use. Proper communication allows teammates to be found on offense, keeps motion going, and ensures players utilize great timing.

    Flexibility

    You'll see Coach Petitgoue run through each set with on-court demonstration, both with and without defense present. Each set shown in this video will add a layer to your open post motion offense. You'll be able to build and adjust the sets based on your players' abilities or how the opposition tries to counter your team. If an opposing defense switches everything, Coach Petitgoue has an action to adjust to it. Quick hitters are available due to the cutting and screens, but Petitgoue's sets can also be run to take time off the clock, or force the defense to foul.

    Youth coaches especially can benefit tremendously from this video, which teaches spacing, moving without the basketball, and screen setting. However, if you coach older players, you'll also walk away with some great quick hitters for motion offense that can be modified to fit your players' strengths. This is a tremendous presentation with Coach Petitgoue!

    45 minutes. 2019.


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    with Kermit Davis,
    Ole Miss Head Coach;
    2019 SEC Coach of the Year;
    former Middle Tennessee State University Head Men's Basketball Coach;
    2017 Conference USA Tournament and Regular Season Champions;
    led his teams to six conference championship titles in eight years (three Conference USA and three Sun Belt titles);
    2017 Conference USA Coach of the Year (sixth overall Coach of the Year honor, including back-to-back Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year awards in 2012-13)

    Kermit Davis has built programs that last and teams that play hard consistently night after night. His players take pride in developing offensive skills that can fit any style of offense. In this video, Coach Davis breaks down the 4-out and 5-out actions that have helped his teams compete against some of the best in the country. Davis' presentation is loaded with actions you can use within any offensive system.

    4-Out Motion

    With today's game being heavy on ball screens, Davis uses screens off the ball to create movement and scoring actions. Starting with a single stagger screen away, he demonstrates how to prepare for and set the screen in order to avoid illegal screens being called against your team. The single screen builds to a screen-the-screener action away from the ball and lets your post players get into the action, demonstrating their range from the outside.

    If you like using ball screens, you can incorporate your post players into your ball screen offense. Davis shows how to maintain good spacing, opening the floor for a shot, drive from a pick & pop post player, or re-screen action to get your guards attacking downhill. You'll also see how to allow your trailing post players to get action going toward the rim, which creates space for a pick & pop post player or another guard to attack.

    5-Out Motion

    Catering to today's trend of running a 5-out no post offense, Coach Davis demonstrates how to use a pin down and read the screen to create a scoring opportunity. These opportunities will spawn movement within your offense and keep the defense on their toes. By using a physical style of play and cutting hard off the ball, you will push the opposing defense to its limit.

    Next, Davis teaches various hand-off actions, pin down actions, and follow-your-pass ball screen actions to create movement. These concepts help make his offense dynamic and multi-dimensional within 4-out and 5-out motion settings.

    Coach Davis is a master at getting the most out of his players. He takes actions his players can use without having to use a ball screen, and incorporates them into early offense and motion offense. This video will give you many actions to incorporate into your offensive system!

    41 minutes. 2019.


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    with Bob Richey,
    Furman University Head Coach;
    led Furman to a school-record 25 wins in the 2018-19 season, including wins over two of the 2018 Final Four participants (Villanova & Loyola)

    Bob Richey develops his players to ensure they always work hard on the court and has established a culture of success in just a few seasons as the head coach at Furman University. He's done this by running a simple offense that appears complex to opponents.

    Richey develops his offensive flow by teaching players how to read what the defense is giving them. His players no longer stall out when defenses take away the first, second, or even third option in a more traditional patterned offense. In this video, you'll get a sample of how Coach Richey teaches his offense, his approach to coaching, his team philosophy, and how he gets the most out of his players.

    Philosophy

    Furman plays in a tough conference, which requires Richey's players to all be on the same page in order to maximize their talents and abilities and come away with victories. He describes that in order to build a sound program, you must have players and coaches that know the language you want to speak on the floor. Every coach on staff has to know the program's plan and vision and be able to spread them through every teaching interaction with athletes.

    Offense

    Using a 4-out motion offense, Coach Richey describes the basic terminology that he teaches players that takes his offense to a more complex level. By getting the ball into the post, both low block and short corner, your offense will be able to create space on the strong side and get backdoor layups on defensive overplays. With post players occupying most of the defense, perimeter players can cut and fill looking for open shots. With a kick-out of the post, your guards will be able to take advantage of ball screens to use a pick & pop option or attack for an easy bucket.

    Coach Richey uses an offense that is orchestrated based on defensive reads. Players take simple actions and can make them hard to guard because his offense isn't run in a strict pattern. This is a great video if you are looking to evolve your motion offense to center around reading the defense and creating scoring opportunities through cutters.

    40 minutes. 2019.


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  • 10/31/19--22:00: 2019 NABC Convention Series
  • BD-05623:

    with John Beilein,
    Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) Head Coach;
    former University of Michigan Head Coach;
    2019 Coach Wooden "Keys to Life" Award;
    2018 NCAA Men's Basketball National Championship Runner-up; 2x Final Four appearances (2013, 2018);
    2018 CBS Sports National Coach of the Year; 2014 Big Ten Coach of the Year;
    2x Big Ten Regular Season Champions (2012, 2014); 2x Big Ten Tournament Champions (2017, 2018);
    1998 CAA Coach of the Year (University of Richmond);
    1994 MAAC Coach of the Year (Canisius College; inducted into the Canisius College Sports Hall of Fame in September 2019)

    John Beilein has managed to find a recipe for success with every situation he has found himself in over a long coaching career that has ranged from high school teams, to college underdogs, to major college programs, and now as the head coach for the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA. Across the decades, Beilein has been able to study the universal truths of what works in basketball no matter the level of competition or the current trends of the sport. In this video, you will get a chance to learn what you should prioritize with your basketball team thanks to the insights of Coach Beilein.

    Culture and Values

    Even as trends in basketball change, the culture you establish will always have the greatest impact on your program's ultimate success. Coach Beilein discusses how you can set the tone at the top through the actions you take every day. Many examples are further examined such as treating people with compassion, hiring a coaching staff that honor your values, living with integrity, treating yourself right, and more.

    A special emphasis is placed on the importance of creating a positive relationship with your players. If you want players to work their hardest for you over a long season, then you will want to hear what Coach Beilein has to say! You will also learn the five core values that Beilein taught to his players at the University of Michigan. Even as the personality of each generation changes with time, the ideas provided will empower you to connect with your players and be a positive mentor.

    "Constants" Drills

    There are many ways to play the game and new tactics are constantly introduced that will continue to change the style of basketball into the future. Coach Beilein shows you some of the constants that have allowed him to succeed at every stop in his coaching career.

    Beilein tells you why and how he prioritizes skill development through the entire year. You will see examples of how drills can be measured to increase accountability with your players, such as with the "Double Mikans" and "60 Threes in Five Minutes" drills. You will also see how to improve the footwork and passing of your players with drills such as the "Perfect Passing Drill" and "Five Star Passing." These drills will teach athletes how to shot fake, pivot in both directions, jump stop, and explode with their first dribble.

    Coach Beilein also demonstrates how much of his style of play is tailored to the talents of his players. You will see how he alters his approach to offensive rebounding and transition defense based on the scouting report. This flexible system will help you optimize this phase of the game by changing how many players you send to crash the boards or drop back in coverage. You will also see how the "5-Man Weave" can be used to work on transition defense through different situations. Beilein includes different strategies for weak-side spacing and movement on ball screens based on the ability of your point guard. Additionally, he discusses how they regularly change their tactics for closing out on defense depending on the shooting ability of their opponent.

    Whether you're a beginning coach or one with a few years of experience in search of more program consistency, the coaching philosophies and "constants" showcased by Coach Beilein in this video will get you and your team moving in the right direction!

    46 minutes. 2019.



    BD-05624:

    with Craig Doty,
    Emporia State University Head Men's Basketball Coach;
    former Graceland University (IA) Head Coach;
    2018 NAIA Division I National Champions;
    2018 NAIA Division I National Coach of the Year;
    2018 Don Meyer National Coach of the Year Award;former Rock Valley College Head Coach;
    2-Time NJCAA DIII National Champions (2014, 2016);
    2x NABC National Junior College Coach of the Year

    Coach Craig Doty has had success at multiple levels of college basketball. His philosophy of running 75% offensive sets has allowed his teams to control the action on the offensive end, creating high percentage shots. Doty not only gives you multiple sets in this video, but also breaks down how to install, rehearse and implement against a defense. Additionally, Coach Doty includes thoughts on using assistant coaches and team managers effectively throughout a season.

    Offensive Approach

    Doty begins by breaking down his team philosophy. A major concept he touches on deals with the structure he wants his program to utilize: 75% offensive sets and 25% creativity. Coach Doty and his assistants believe this allows their athletes to get better consistently while still having some freedom to play. In his talk, Doty emphasizes that his practices always have great energy and enthusiasm in competition, no matter if the team is in 5-on-5 action or drill work.

    Sets and Options

    Next, you'll receive a few of Coach Doty's favorite offensive sets, which include multiple options out of each set. Some of the options presented in these sets include:

    • Horns looks
    • Flex action and down screens
    • Flare screens
    • Ball screens
    • Post ups

    Next, Doty's assistant coach, Evan Lavery, runs through a set of player development drills. These drills are tailored to the offensive sets taught previously in the presentation. Players get the opportunity to get good shots up and work on specific skills that directly relate to the sets being taught.

    Incorporating Assistants and Managers

    Finally, Coach Doty talks about using assistant coaches and team managers effectively. Because he's worked at smaller colleges in the past, Doty has learned the best ways to use all of the resources at his disposal. You'll hear him talk about finding the strengths of your assistant coaches and letting them use those strengths in practice while also helping your assistants develop in other areas of the game.

    If you're looking to add a few offensive sets to your team's playbook, Coach Doty provides effective plays that will allow your athletes to score the ball. His insights into running a program and using all of your resources to create success on the court are also invaluable!

    41 minutes. 2019.



    BD-05625:

    with Jerry Petitgoue,
    Cuba City HS (WI) Head Boys Basketball Coach (over 50 years of varsity head coaching experience);
    29 Conference titles, 3x Wisconsin State Championships; over 900 career wins;
    UW-Platteville Hall of Fame (2007); Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame (2003); University of Dubuque Athletics Hall of Fame (2013);
    Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association - Executive Director

    Learn from a legend! You can't beat experience, and Jerry Petitgoue has that plus the wins and championships to back it up. In this presentation, Coach Petitgoue shares his successful 5-man open post continuity offense. He details the progressions, options, and even shares great quick hitters for when you need a bucket. All the plays flow seamlessly into the motion offense and are shown with counters and details for easy implementation.

    Pressure the Rim

    Coach Petitgoue utilizes cuts, back cuts, screens and rolling out of screens towards the basket. With the constant movement and cuts towards the basket, scoring lanes open up. The actions toward the basket change in appearance, which ensures the defense can't cheat to defend cuts.

    Communication

    It's rare to get a video that addresses communication on offense like this one! Petitgoue explains that players can make their own reads as long as they call out their action. You can also call out actions from the bench if you have a younger team that needs help reading the defense. No matter the age of your team, the end goal is that your players learn the different types of cuts and options and are capable of calling out the action they use. Proper communication allows teammates to be found on offense, keeps motion going, and ensures players utilize great timing.

    Flexibility

    You'll see Coach Petitgoue run through each set with on-court demonstration, both with and without defense present. Each set shown in this video will add a layer to your open post motion offense. You'll be able to build and adjust the sets based on your players' abilities or how the opposition tries to counter your team. If an opposing defense switches everything, Coach Petitgoue has an action to adjust to it. Quick hitters are available due to the cutting and screens, but Petitgoue's sets can also be run to take time off the clock, or force the defense to foul.

    Youth coaches especially can benefit tremendously from this video, which teaches spacing, moving without the basketball, and screen setting. However, if you coach older players, you'll also walk away with some great quick hitters for motion offense that can be modified to fit your players' strengths. This is a tremendous presentation with Coach Petitgoue!

    45 minutes. 2019.



    BD-05626:

    with Dave Richman,
    North Dakota State University Head Coach;
    2015 Summit League Regular Season Champions;
    2x Summit League Tournament champions ('15, '19);
    2015 Summit League Coach of the Year;

    If your team can win 65% of the game's significant possessions, your team will be in great position to win. Winning those possessions becomes simpler if your team is bought in to a fundamental-first basketball culture.

    Coach Dave Richman of North Dakota State University lays out the framework that quality programs are forged from for crucial, late game situations. This video offers ideas on how to keep your players engaged during every play. You'll see how to get your athletes to lock in during opening warm-ups, transition drills, rebounding situations, and defensive scenarios.

    Energy Drills

    Not every practice begins with energy. Coach Richman offers an effective way to build energy in the first segments of practice that make way for coaches to test effort and focus through three simple drills. These drills make a for a rolling start into practice to reinforce fundamental plays on the ball. They also allow you to dictate plays on the ball that translate into fewer turnovers.

    "8, to Great, to Late" Possession Philosophy

    Some may criticize the "8, to Great, to Late" possession philosophy for being too up-tempo. However, Richman stands by his philosophy to let his players "hoop" within the boundaries of this simplified possession practice and details why he's implemented this approach with his team. The "8, to Great, to Late" philosophy allows his players to:

    • Be on a seamless attack throughout the possession, utilizing space and momentum.
    • Keep the game simple with east and west basketball to create north and south scoring opportunities.
    • Be comfortable in late shot clock situations to expose cracks in undisciplined defenses.

    Conversion Levels

    Coach Richman details personnel assignments on the defensive side of the ball through his conversion level drill. This drill will help your players work on match-up adjustments for different types of offensive threats and adjust your team defense to the level of play you participate in.

    The best part of this video is it puts purpose and focus into a time-tested area of the game that leads to victory: great fundamental basketball. Coach Richman offers creative insight into winning crucial moments during games and how to keep that emphasis prevalent throughout the entire year. This video is a great guide for new coaches looking to build a program and a great refresher for seasoned veterans who need to stay on-top of their game.

    39 minutes. 2019.



    BD-05627:

    with Steve Christiansen,
    Triton College Head Coach;
    2018 NJCAA D-II National Champions;
    2018 NABC Junior College and Spalding NJCAA Coach of the Year;
    2016 NJCAA D-II Runners-Up;
    IBCA Junior College D-II Coach of the Year

    2018 NJCAA Division II National Champion and Spalding NJCAA Coach of the Year, Steve Christiansen, delivers an informative presentation that covers the methods he's used during his journey as a basketball coach. He goes into great detail about how he found a head coaching job and also discusses how he's established his program's culture before diving into a few of his essential practice drills.

    Coaching Journey

    Coach Christiansen begins with his history as a coach, including how his willingness to build upon his coaching knowledge benefited him along the way. He encourages up-and-coming coaches to be patient and continue to build the skills that will make players love competing within your program.

    Additionally, Christiansen covers how building a program from the ground up taught him the importance of being creative to keep his players invested.

    Everyday Practice Drills

    You'll get several simple, but practical drills that build into relevant game skills. Coach Christiansen's drills focus on dribbling, passing, shooting and developing game experience.

    Five drills in particular are everyday cornerstones of Christiansen's practices. He uses a unique version of 3-on-3 Cut Throat to give his athletes the opportunity to enhance their decision-making abilities as well as their improvisation skills.

    Coaches at all levels will find the content of this video applicable to their program. Coach Christiansen does an outstanding job relaying his experience as a coach and how he progressed to the point of being a champion at the NJCAA D-II level. You'll walk away with simple practice drills that will develop your players every day at practice plus added knowledge on how to make your team culture stronger.

    40 minutes. 2019.



    BD-05628:

    with John Brannen,
    University of Cincinnati Head Men's Basketball Coach;
    former Northern Kentucky University Head Coach;
    2017 & 2019 Horizon League Coach of the Year;
    2018 & 2019 Horizon League Regular Season Champions;
    2017 Horizon League Tournament Champions;
    led Northern Kentucky to the NCAA Tournament in their first year of eligibility; the first school to do this since 1970!

    John Brannen has built his team's identity on playing fast on offense and possessing a constant "attack" mentality. With his transition offense blended with a 4-out/1-in motion offense, Coach Brannen has been able to develop a pace and space mentality that has translated to a lot of wins.

    In this video, Brannen presents a comprehensive clinic on building a fast-paced transition offense. Starting with a holistic approach, he shows how an aggressive defense helps augment the offensive transition game.

    Offensive Philosophy

    At the core of Coach Brannen's offensive philosophy is the three-word mantra of "Sprint, Space and Share." This mindset gets to the heart of playing fast and running both transition offense and half-court offense. If players are ever in doubt as to what is going on, they are reminded that they need to sprint the floor, have good spacing, and share the basketball. Brannen also discusses his use of the "shot spectrum" which grades good and bad shots, as well as "shot licensing" which is how he determines the players who have the green light to shoot 3-pointers in games.

    One of the key benefits of this video is Coach Brannen's constant sharing of metrics he uses for various drills and in-game stats that help improve transition decision making and success. He illustrates how focusing on a few key stats can help improve shot selection and increase points per possession. You'll get key stats you can focus on to define your players' roles in transition.

    The focus on important stats that define and shape your transition offense can also help players better understand the overall team dynamic and how to work with their teammates to create successful transition outcomes.

    Setting Up Transition Offense

    On any missed shot, Coach Brannen has players on the court who are "Bust-Out Guys" - the players who can bring the ball up the floor if they rebound it. To determine whether someone is a Bust-Out Guy, their assist-to-turnover ratio is assessed and it must be positive for the player to remain a Bust-Out Guy. Anytime someone who is not a Bust-Out Guy gets a rebound, they must outlet to the point guard.

    Regardless of whether the shot is made or missed, Brannen tells his players to "Beat Up the X's." The break isn't numbered like many traditional breaks are, but each spot gets filled and there's always someone running to the rim. If a big man gets the rebound, the opposite big man will be the rim runner. However, if a Bust-Out Guy gets the rebound, the first big man up the floor is the rim runner.

    To teach running in transition, Brannen uses the "Coach Izzo Break Drill." This drill is designed to work on sprinting up the sideline and getting lay-ups, post-ups, and 3-point shots in transition. A variation to this drill is having the point guard pass ahead to a wing running up the opposite side.

    Building the Offense

    Coach Brannen begins building his offense with half-court penetrate and pitch drills. These drills, which he adopted from Billy Donovan, are designed to work on attacking the paint and kicking out for open 3-point shots. They also help teach the spacing that is necessary for motion offense in transition.

    With spacing and movement created thanks to penetration opportunities, the offense beings to heat up. The sprinting in transition and spacing created by Beating Up the X's allows the offense to become a penetrate & pitch attack designed to utilize penetration, jump stops, kick-outs, and super gaps.

    As an added bonus, Brannen covers a baseline out of bounds set with multiple variations and shares a way that you can make your inbound plays virtually unscoutable.

    In all, this presentation from Coach Brannen is a detailed and comprehensive attack plan that you can use to play faster and take your transition offense to a whole new level!

    45 minutes. 2019.



    BD-05629:

    with Bruce Weber,
    Kansas State University Head Coach;
    2013 Big 12 Coach of the Year;
    2x Big 12 Champions (2013, 2019);
    2019 USA Men's Basketball U19 World Cup Team Head Coach (Gold medal);
    former Head Coach at University of Illinois and University of Southern Illinois;
    In 2005, was awarded: Naismith 'College Coach of the Year', Adolph Rupp Cup, AP Coach of the Year, Henry Iba Award, NABC Coach of the Year, Big Ten Coach of the Year;
    2005 NCAA Final Four & National Runner-up (Illinois);
    2x Big Ten Champions;
    2x MVC Champions; 2003 MVC Coach of the Year;
    Southern Illinois Salukis Hall of Fame (2018)

    Bruce Weber loves defense. He establishes a defensive culture on the first day of practice in the summer and then emphasizes this side of the ball through the rest of the off-season and season.

    In this video, Coach Weber explains how he maintains one of the top defenses in college basketball year in and year out. His style of man-to-man protects the paint while still managing to excel at defending 3-point attempts. Weber presents six practice drills in total that will help you install a foundation for your defense along with a discussion of important concepts that you should consider regardless of the style of defense you play.

    Run to the Ball Closeout Drill

    Coach Weber teaches several interesting concepts within this drill that will teach your players closeout technique, on-ball defense, and helping in the gaps. You'll see how you can adjust the path of your closeout to cut off dribble penetration by "looping." Learn how to refine your terminology to get players recovering to the ball faster. You will also see how Kansas State deters passes with their ball pressure, rather than denial in the passing lanes.

    Ball Screen Coverage

    You can't be a one trick pony in an era of basketball where higher levels of competition use ball screens nearly every possession! Weber demonstrates three different ball screen coverages used by the Wildcats. You will see a 3-on-3 format for teaching the hard hedge that reinforces the two defenders on the ball, along with the help defender who needs to tag the roller. You'll also see how to set up 4-man and 5-man drills to teach the flat hedge and how all five defenders should support their teammates with stunts. Lastly, you will see a 5-man set up for teaching how to ice the ball screen.

    3-Pass Drill

    Breakdowns occur in even the best defenses. The top defenses in the country are still able to prevent the opponent from scoring in these disadvantage situations. This drill will challenge your defenders to improve their closeouts, communication, and rebounding while playing in a drill that simulates a scramble situation.

    Rush Drill

    Preventing early basket opportunities is paramount for building a great defense. Coach Weber demonstrates a drill that is run every day at Kansas State to reinforce their transition defense principles. You will see how to deter fast breaks by slowing the ball and dropping to the rim with great communication. Three additional variations to the drill to are shared to help you add variety to the drill over the season and integrate other concepts into this practice segment.

    Shell Drill

    A great defensive coach considers how their team will defend every situation they might encounter in games. More importantly, your players need to learn how to guard these actions. Weber shows his go-to drill for installing these concepts. Defending the stagger screen is demonstrated along with explanations of additional variations that can make your Shell drill more competitive.

    Play Hard Drill

    Build a culture for playing tough, energetic defense by reinforcing these concepts in practice drills. This drill teaches how to get out and pressure passing lanes, help rotations from the weak side, taking charges, and diving for loose balls. Add this to your practices for a great way to end the session with energy and enthusiasm!

    This collection of practice drills from Coach Weber will help you develop the foundation for a great man-to-man defense.

    45 minutes. 2019.



    BD-05630:

    with Kermit Davis,
    Ole Miss Head Coach;
    2019 SEC Coach of the Year;
    former Middle Tennessee State University Head Men's Basketball Coach;
    2017 Conference USA Tournament and Regular Season Champions;
    led his teams to six conference championship titles in eight years (three Conference USA and three Sun Belt titles);
    2017 Conference USA Coach of the Year (sixth overall Coach of the Year honor, including back-to-back Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year awards in 2012-13)

    Kermit Davis has built programs that last and teams that play hard consistently night after night. His players take pride in developing offensive skills that can fit any style of offense. In this video, Coach Davis breaks down the 4-out and 5-out actions that have helped his teams compete against some of the best in the country. Davis' presentation is loaded with actions you can use within any offensive system.

    4-Out Motion

    With today's game being heavy on ball screens, Davis uses screens off the ball to create movement and scoring actions. Starting with a single stagger screen away, he demonstrates how to prepare for and set the screen in order to avoid illegal screens being called against your team. The single screen builds to a screen-the-screener action away from the ball and lets your post players get into the action, demonstrating their range from the outside.

    If you like using ball screens, you can incorporate your post players into your ball screen offense. Davis shows how to maintain good spacing, opening the floor for a shot, drive from a pick & pop post player, or re-screen action to get your guards attacking downhill. You'll also see how to allow your trailing post players to get action going toward the rim, which creates space for a pick & pop post player or another guard to attack.

    5-Out Motion

    Catering to today's trend of running a 5-out no post offense, Coach Davis demonstrates how to use a pin down and read the screen to create a scoring opportunity. These opportunities will spawn movement within your offense and keep the defense on their toes. By using a physical style of play and cutting hard off the ball, you will push the opposing defense to its limit.

    Next, Davis teaches various hand-off actions, pin down actions, and follow-your-pass ball screen actions to create movement. These concepts help make his offense dynamic and multi-dimensional within 4-out and 5-out motion settings.

    Coach Davis is a master at getting the most out of his players. He takes actions his players can use without having to use a ball screen, and incorporates them into early offense and motion offense. This video will give you many actions to incorporate into your offensive system!

    41 minutes. 2019.



    BD-05631:

    with Russell Turner,
    UC Irvine Head Coach;
    4x Big West regular season champions ('14, '16, '17, '19);
    2x Big West Tournament champions ('15, '19);
    3x Big West Coach of the Year ('14, '17, '19);
    former Golden State Warriors Assistant Coach

    Teams at every level are shifting their offensive approach to focus on driving and kicking for points in the paint or 3-point opportunities. Drawing from his experience as an assistant coach in the NBA, Russell Turner has implemented a defensive system at UC Irvine that will challenge teams to score inside. In the 2018-2019 season, the Anteaters led the country in 2-point field goal percentage defense. Nobody made it tougher to score at the rim!

    In this video, you will learn some of the defensive concepts Turner uses that will help your team improve its interior protection.

    Developing a Base of Protection

    UC Irvine plays a style of man-to-man that focuses on limiting rotations and switches while forcing opponents away from their tendencies. This system is first established with great on-ball defense to stop the opponent at the point of attack. You will see how to develop great on-ball defenders with the "Defensive Stance Drill." This drill will improve your player's defensive slides by helping them move on balance with their hands up.

    Learn how to implement your big men into this system as rim protectors. Coach Turner explains their strategy for changing ball screen defenses with either "Hedge" or "Cover" depending on the athleticism of your post players. In the "Straight Up" drill, you will see how your posts can get airborne to challenge shots at the rim without drawing fouls.

    Stopping Dribble Penetration

    The "Finish the Defense" series is a great way to progressively teach your players how to defend against dribble penetration. Starting 2-on-2, your posts will learn how to stunt at the ball to deter the drive while the perimeter defender recovers back into the play. Adding a third defender will teach help side defenders to sink into the paint while still arriving on time to challenge the perimeter shot on any skip pass. You will also see how a fourth defender can be added and positions rearranged to work on stunting versus dribble penetration. Additionally, Coach Turner shares a unique approach to determining match-ups that will allow your shot blocker to anchor the rim at all times.

    This video will give you exciting new approaches to shutting down dribble penetration without having to implement strategies that will eventually result in breakdowns or mismatches.

    46 minutes. 2019.



    BD-05636:

    with Bob Richey,
    Furman University Head Coach;
    led Furman to a school-record 25 wins in the 2018-19 season, including wins over two of the 2018 Final Four participants (Villanova & Loyola)

    Bob Richey develops his players to ensure they always work hard on the court and has established a culture of success in just a few seasons as the head coach at Furman University. He's done this by running a simple offense that appears complex to opponents.

    Richey develops his offensive flow by teaching players how to read what the defense is giving them. His players no longer stall out when defenses take away the first, second, or even third option in a more traditional patterned offense. In this video, you'll get a sample of how Coach Richey teaches his offense, his approach to coaching, his team philosophy, and how he gets the most out of his players.

    Philosophy

    Furman plays in a tough conference, which requires Richey's players to all be on the same page in order to maximize their talents and abilities and come away with victories. He describes that in order to build a sound program, you must have players and coaches that know the language you want to speak on the floor. Every coach on staff has to know the program's plan and vision and be able to spread them through every teaching interaction with athletes.

    Offense

    Using a 4-out motion offense, Coach Richey describes the basic terminology that he teaches players that takes his offense to a more complex level. By getting the ball into the post, both low block and short corner, your offense will be able to create space on the strong side and get backdoor layups on defensive overplays. With post players occupying most of the defense, perimeter players can cut and fill looking for open shots. With a kick-out of the post, your guards will be able to take advantage of ball screens to use a pick & pop option or attack for an easy bucket.

    Coach Richey uses an offense that is orchestrated based on defensive reads. Players take simple actions and can make them hard to guard because his offense isn't run in a strict pattern. This is a great video if you are looking to evolve your motion offense to center around reading the defense and creating scoring opportunities through cutters.

    40 minutes. 2019.




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