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11/09/16

Chris Mack: Winning with a Structured Fast Break BEST SELLER DVD

Winning with a Structured Fast Break
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with 2009-10 Basketball Times Rookie Coach of the Year, Chris Mack. He reveals some of the principles and rules of this structured fast break. Coach Mack wants his players to have a structure in getting these quick baskets to make it easier for them. This transition offense, when ran by the Suns, is done on both missed and made shots.

... ' Chris Mack: Winning with a Structured Fast Break ' ...

Modeled after the break the Phoenix Suns ran under Mike D'Antoni, Chris Mack reveals the principles and rules of this structured fast break.

Being a coach, he wants his players to have a structure in getting these quick baskets to make it easier for them. This transition offense, when ran by the Suns, was used on both missed and made shots. For his purposes Coach Mack runs this break primarily on missed shots. This gives his team an attacking mentality, attacking the defense when it is most vulnerable - in transition.

When coaching basketball, while it is important to limit the opponents baskets by playing good defense, it is just as important to get your team "cheap baskets" - or quick transition hoops, second chance points off offensive rebounds, baseline out of bounds plays, and free throws. His feeling is that if you can get your team five to seven cheap baskets that could be 10 to 14 points that your team doesn't have work hard against a set up defense designed to stop what you want to do on offense. Against an equal or slightly superior opponent those points can make the difference between winning and losing.

One important aspect that Coach Mack emphasizes is that you need to take advantage of your personnel. To do this you need to have set rules in place for each player and each position in the break, or rely on your point guard to take over as the "floor general." He gives four rules for the point guard the first of which being they receive all outlet passes. The other guard and small forward are what he calls wide runners who run the sidelines to the corner to spread the floor and the defense. There are actions for them to be on the opposite sides (split) and on the same side (paired). If the rebound goes to a player who is deemed a "capable" ball handler, the point guard can become a wide runner, as well.

Chris Mack (born December 30, 1969) is an American college basketball coach and the current head men's basketball coach at Xavier University.   
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The post that is first down court is the rim runner, who is sprinting down the court looking for an over the top pass,or to seal for a quick posting opportunity. They will head for the ball opposite short corner if they don't receive a pass. Then comes the trailer, normally the post who grabbed the rebound and passed the outlet. He will set a ball screen for the point guard and either roll hard to the rim or pop to a place where he can make a shot.

From there Coach Mack describes about how to make an open side to work a two man game. Then actions that allow you to attack the defense while rotation, at their most vulnerable. Also, he includes the step up screen, back screens and stagger screen as well as the run the circuit drill. He ends the clinic with questions from the crowd which he answers questions about hard hedging, double teams, quick hitters and mutiple positional players.

This transition game will get your players into an attacking frame of mind that will influence other aspects of their game and their lives.

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11/03/16

Princeton Basketball Offense 2-Pack NEW DVD with Lee DeForest

The Princeton Basketball Offense
2-Pack NEW DVD with Lee DeForest

Princeton Offense 2.0: Reads, Counters, Set Plays

Discover advanced reads and scoring options for teams in the Princeton offense!

• Get an updated and improved Princeton offense with new counters, reads, set plays, transition offense, after timeout sets, and quick strikes
• Contains a huge collection of set plays to free up open shooters in your Princeton sets
• Learn how to install some of today's latest NBA trends - Horns, Sixers (Iverson Action), and Spread - within the Princeton offense to make your team unstoppable

with Lee DeForest,
West Jessamine (KY) High School Assistant Coach;
KY Grind AAU Travel Team Head Coach;
former Christian County (KY)
High School Assistant Coach;
2011 State Champions;
former Garrard County (KY) High School Head Coach!

Lee Deforest is a brilliant tactician that has coached the Princeton offense at every level, from high school to Division 1. In this companion piece to his original highly-rated DVD, Winning with the Princeton Style Offense, Coach DeForest doesn't hold back as he builds upon the base Princeton offensive concepts and gives insight into the dynamic capabilities that the offense creates for teams regardless of size or skill.

Coach Deforest breaks the Princeton concepts into reads and counters. He defines reads as being player-controlled and counters as being coach-controlled. Utilizing this conceptualization, DeForest provides detailed diagrams on a whiteboard and then illustrates these concepts on the court with his team in a 5 on 0 setting. You'll get detailed breakdowns of reads within the offense, counters to defensive strategies, set plays to help you score quickly, and more.

From today's sets including Horns, Spread Offense and Sixers, to old school Princeton sets such as Chin, Circle and Point, you'll learn something new that is easy to teach and easy for your players to pick up. Coach DeForest offers a variety of concepts that any coach can utilize to fit the Princeton offense to their personnel and system.

Initial Princeton Set

Coach DeForest demonstrates the initial set up of the Princeton offense so you can quickly place your players correctly on the floor. With four interchangeable guard spots, this offense is perfect for today's game. He guides you through simple reads and counters that every team running the Princeton offense must know.

Point Series

Diversify your offense and catch the defense by surprise. Coach DeForest shows six plays that can be run within this series to counter a defensive strategy or exploit a weakness you find in scouting. Snap Back creates a quick high/low opportunity for one of your perimeter players. Other plays will help you free open shooters off of double screens, screen-the-screener actions, flare screens, and dribble hand-offs.

In Corner Series, you'll discover how to integrate some of the key concepts utilized by the Golden State Warriors that provide multiple scoring options from the wing.

Low Series

Discover two new plays to give you additional options in the Low series. Warrior gives you a new wrinkle to playing off of post feeds by using screening actions to find openings for your perimeter players. Wheel adds a counter for when the post feed is denied by incorporating backdoor cuts and flare screens.

You'll also see how to quickly change how you attack the defense with the Sweep series by using a brush screen to create a driving angle or an open jumper on the wing. This set will lift the post out to the perimeter to become a threat with the ball.

Circle Series

Increase the variability of how you attack the defense with five new plays in the Circle series. Circle Floppy gives you an option for highlighting your best players in crunch time. Change up how you initiate the play versus aggressive denial with the Fist Entry. Score in the last second with quick hitters that will send shooters off flare screens or double screens. From hard overplaying defense, to switching cutters to ball screen options, you'll find something to install with your team right away.

Chin Series

Learn two options for countering aggressive defense when they deny initial passing options. Coach DeForest shows you three counters for defenses that try to sag versus the back screens of the Chin series. Two options for exploiting advantages are shown that are created when opponents try to switch screens.

Additionally, you'll learn eight set plays that can be called out of the Chin series for creating easy scoring opportunities out of timeouts. The Red and Celtic options utilize screening actions to get your best shooter an open look. Expand your options in Chin to incorporate ball screens with the Quick series. Finally, Coach DeForest demonstrates how to use Chin as a delay game or to analyze how the defense is playing you to organize your next counter.

NBA Actions

Coach DeForest goes beyond simply expanding upon these primary sets to the Princeton offense. He includes six additional plays that will help you enter into the offense, provide scoring looks unique from other options in the Princeton offense, and score through a secondary break in transition. Horns and Sixers are entry plays taken straight from the NBA that can provide some quick hitting options before flowing into the Point series. Lumberjack alters the screening and cutting action of the Chin series before transitioning into an isolated two-man game off the elbow that can allow your players to operate with space. Finally, two secondary break options will allow you to score off quick stagger and screen-the-screener actions before flowing into your half court offense.

Coach DeForest's mastery of using diagrams and on-court demonstrators make this video the perfect set for any coach that is looking to install the Princeton offense. From the basic alignment to today's hottest NBA Entries, this is a must-have for your collection.

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162 minutes. 2016


As a coach I have worked at the Division I, NCAA D2, Junior College levels, as well as a head coach at the high school level for 7 years at 4 different high schools. I had an overall winning record as a head coach, and we won a state championship when I was an assistant coach. My passion for basketball started with my father who was a head high school coach for many years after playing DI basketball for the HOFer McBrayer at EKU. My love for the game carried me to play NAIA and JUCO basketball before getting into basketball coaching as the head manager at EKU under Oklahoma State's Travis Ford. Currently, I own and operate BasketballInsight.com as well as serve as an assistant high school coach. Picture from Championship Productions presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis

"... As a coach I have worked at the Division I, NCAA D2, Junior College levels, as well as a head coach at the high school level for 7 years at 4 different high schools. I had an overall winning record as a head coach, and we won a state championship when I was an assistant coach. My passion for basketball started with my father who was a head high school coach for many years after playing DI basketball for the HOFer McBrayer at EKU. My love for the game carried me to play NAIA and JUCO basketball before getting into basketball coaching as the head manager at EKU under Oklahoma State's Travis Ford. Currently, I own and operate BasketballInsight.com as well as serve as an assistant high school coach. ..."

Princeton Offense: Practice Warm-Up and Breakdown Drills

Develop the skills needed for your players to execute the Princeton offense at a high level!

• Learn everything from individual warm-up to 3-on-0 breakdown drills that teach actions within the Princeton Offense
• Teach your players to be poised under pressure with ball toughness drills to reduce turnovers
• Includes the Maker Drill, a series of nine set-ups that teach reads and counters to every defensive action your opponent uses

with Lee DeForest,
West Jessamine (KY) High School Assistant Coach;
KY Grind AAU Travel Team Head Coach;
former Christian County (KY)
High School Assistant Coach;
2011 State Champions;
former Garrard County (KY) High School Head Coach!

As a complement to his Winning with the Princeton Style Offense DVD, Lee DeForest shows you the go-to drills you need teach and install reads within your entire program. If you're a coach that likes to stagger their teaching by grade level, this is the perfect set up for you. From basic warm-up drills that gauge your team's readiness for practice, to teaching Princeton reads through 3-on-0 and 4-on-0, you'll find concepts from these drills to put into your practices right away.

Everything in this video comes from researching Hall of Fame coaches, observing teams that run the Princeton offensive system, and Coach DeForest's own experience in teaching the offense to his teams. You will learn the essential drills needed for developing player fundamentals, improving team execution, limiting turnovers, and teaching the scoring options with the Princeton offense.

Practice Organization

There's more to determining a quality practice than just the drills a coach selects. Learn how to get the most from every session with a detailed breakdown of how to organize your practices. Coach DeForest discusses the considerations you should be thinking about during the pre-season, such as how you want your team to progress each week, developing a drill book, and analyzing your players' skill levels. You'll also get ideas for creating a practice culture that motivates your players to work their hardest and feel valued in your program.

Individual Warm-Up Drills

Developing the fundamentals needed to operate within the Princeton offense must be a daily emphasis. Coach DeForest shows how you can start your practices with a drill series that rotates players through different skills. Through both detailed explanations using whiteboard lectures and on the floor demonstrations, you will see how to improve ball handling, footwork, and finishing at the rim with three different drill stations - all in just 9 minutes at the beginning of practice.

Team Warm-Up Drills

You'll get six drills that can be used to set high expectations at the beginning of your practices. This segment demands your players to be at their highest levels of focus and energy to have perfect execution through each drill. Learn to build team communication and see leaders emerge as your players are challenged each day to successfully complete each drill. Star Passing will require your players to execute flawless passes and footwork. Other drills such as the Five-Man Weave and Laker Drill will have your players passing and finishing layups at high speeds while running the full court.

Ball Toughness Drills

Two "ball toughness" drills teach your players fundamentals such as pivoting and making changes with the ball to face up or score through pressure. The 12 Second drill will help your players improve their passing and dribbling through physical defenders. The 3-on-3 drill is one of the most intense drills in this video, as players compete to get open on the perimeter.

Offensive Breakdown Drills

Your players should practice the shots and moves they'll need to execute in games. Coach DeForest demonstrates four drills to break down sets in the Princeton offense. Learn 15 options for scoring out of the Point series with two drills that teach the Over and Away screens. With 3-on-0 breakdown, Coach DeForest also demonstrates how to score through all the different cuts in the Chin series. Improve your players' execution of the dribble-at and UCLA screen with a breakdown of the Five Out series. These drills will simplify complex scoring actions so they are second nature for your players in games.

Coach DeForest has something for every coach, even if you don't run the Princeton Offense. All drills can be easily applied to any style of offense your program runs. If you're looking for demanding drills that teach your players how to read the defense, this is the DVD for you.

130 minutes. 2016.

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292 minutes ~ 2-Pack DVD. 2016

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10/26/16

Bill Self's Open Basketball Practice Series ~ 4-Pack DVD

Bill Self's Open Basketball Practice Series
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Bill Self's Open Basketball Practice Series

Self is well known for implementing a strong hi-lo motion offense using size as an advantage in the paint, and a pressing man to man defense on all his teams from his early coaching days at the University of Tulsa through the present. He has also shown great adaptability on the court and has implemented sometimes drastic adjustments as needed to his defensive schemes with various degrees of success.

• Learn how to implement a complex ball screen offense
• Learn how to consistently beat 2-3, 3-2, and zone presses
• Learn how to guard against dribble hand-offs using tactics based on your players' strengths or your strategies
• Learn how to use the "six man press drill" to beat any player or zone press

with Bill Self,
Kansas Head Coach;
2016 AP Coach of the Year,
2008 NCAA National Champions,
2012 NCAA Runner Up,
12x Big 12 Regular Season Champions (2005-2016),
2x Naismith College Coach of the Year (2016 & 2012),
John R. Wooden Legends of Coaching Award (2013);
500 Career Wins!

Open Practice: High Post Screening Offense

Kansas plays a free-flowing, organized offense that starts with a rebound at the defensive end and attacks in multiple waves. The primary transition leads into a secondary transition that leads into multiple scenarios with the same starting set-up. Coach Self explains the strategy of each segment on a whiteboard, step-by-step, before moving to the practice floor, where the Jayhawks work extensively on offensive strategies.

Coach Self demonstrates the basic rules each player needs to follow to keep the offense flowing. He covers his team's two-game entry, maximizing high- and low-post options within their offense. He transitions smoothly into their ball screen fist offense, utilizing driving lanes and paint touches creating a balanced offense.

Coach Self completes this basic Kansas offensive package by demonstrating his transition offense and all of the scoring options available in the half court. He uses whiteboard diagrams to progressively build each layer of the team's secondary break. He also offers two baseline out-of-bounds plays that can be used against a man or zone defense for an easy lay-up.

This is a must-have video for any coach who needs a fresh and effective offensive system. Because it features eight players new to the Kansas offense, you get a great look at how to teach and implement these strategies into your program. You'll learn the challenges of implementing the Kansas offense as well as techniques for overcoming them.

With Bill Self's Kansas offense, your team will be in constant attack mode, leaving your opponents scrambling the entire possession.

108 minutes.

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Open Practice: Zone Offense

Strengthen your playbook with proven strategies from legendary University of Kansas Head Coach Bill Self. Coach Self shares two zone offenses that create scoring opportunities along with several counters that will make your offense unstoppable. With the primary goal of forcing four defenders to play just three offensive players, his zone offenses create confusion, scrambles and open shots that devastate opposing teams.

In his "stationary" strategy, Coach Self uses a quick moving zone offense to create scoring opportunities in the post, utilizing the short corner to stretch the defense. Players find gaps within the defense allowing them to score around the rim or take a quick striking three-point shot. Also in this segment, Coach Self introduces the "hot potato" concept to demonstrate how to move the ball quickly against a 2-3 zone.

The more intricate, equally effective "slash" strategy is Coach Self's answer to the 3-2 and the 1-3-1 zone defense. In the "slash," Coach Self uses three cutters to fill four open spots along the perimeter. Primary and secondary cutters are used through the lane to create an element of surprise. Coach Self uses 5v5 demonstrations to teach his young team how to expose the weaknesses of a 2-3 zone.

Coach Self completes this package by demonstrating the Kansas press offense, which any team can use against a zone press. Your team will dissect your opponent's pressure defense by taking advantage of the middle of the court, allowing you to score layup after lay-up in the open court.

This is a great DVD to add to your collection if you are looking for a zone offense that attacks your opponent's weaknesses and creates scoring opportunities around the rim.

94 minutes.

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Kansas University basketball Coach Bill Self, left, and guard Russell Robinson, right, watches as President Bush, center, bounces the basketball given to him as he honored the 2008 NCAA men's national basketball championship Kansas Jayhawks, Tuesday, June 3, 2008, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. Picture AP by Ron Edmonds presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis

Kansas University basketball Coach Bill Self, left, and guard Russell Robinson, right, watches as President Bush, center, bounces the basketball given to him as he honored the 2008 NCAA men's national basketball championship Kansas Jayhawks, Tuesday, June 3, 2008, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington.

Open Practice: Defensive Drills & Concepts

Develop a dominating team defense with the valuable drills and skills taught in this live, on-court practice from one of America's premier programs, the Kansas Jayhawks. In this second-week practice session, Bill Self gets his Kansas team focused on defensive concepts. Coach Self takes viewers through the Kansas man-to-man defense as he builds from the half-court to the full court with eight newcomers to his program. You'll learn the fundamental defensive principles that form the basis of the Kansas program.

Coach Self uses 2v2, 3v3, 4v4, and 5v5 to instill a hard working, man-to-man philosophy. Using a shell drill, he teaches players how close out to the ball from the help side position and one pass away. He discusses the importance of communication as players move from pressuring the basketball to the help side defense and back again.

Next, Coach Self focuses on specific aspects of the half-court game, such as defending dribble hand-offs. Big-to-big switches is a simple technique he uses to address this offensive threat. He also teaches players how to defend this action against a big and little run hand-off. Guarding the "pinch post" action is another aspect covered in this section of the presentation.

Coach Self continues with a detailed segment on how Kansas defends the post-on-post screen and down screen. He also shares several techniques used by his teams to defend on ball screens, including flat hedge, trap and hard hedge. A critical element of this part of practice is challenging players to get the moves right.

After covering the Kansas half-court defensive philosophy, Coach Self puts everything together in a 5v5 full court session. He pulls together his full-court defense as he demonstrates his transition defense and philosophy. Many of the concepts taught earlier in the presentation are reviewed, re-taught and stressed as the game goes live.

Coach Self's passion for defense and attention to detail are evident throughout the presentation. He breaks things down clearly and then works his players until they get it right.

Learn the simple secret to playing dominating man-to-man defense with this incredible on-court presentation. With Bill Self's Jayhawk Defense, your teams will be prepared to pick apart your opponent's play and force tough outside shots.

59 minutes.

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Open Practice: Skill Development & Practice Drills

Improve your team's offense with 12 drills from a University of Kansas practice session led by legendary head coach Bill Self. Focusing on a team that includes eight newcomers, Coach Self shares the details of his offense using easy-to-understand concepts that other coaches can use with their own teams.

Learn how to improve fundamental skills with nearly two hours of simple, yet effective practice drills. The practice footage includes:

• 6-man press
• breakdown drill to defend the 1-4 high backdoor cut
• baseline spot throw-ins under pressure
• sideline throw-ins under pressure
• five line transition
• ball handling and passing
• 5-minute shooting
• individual skills for perimeter players
• individual skills for post players
• guards: attacking the basket and 3-on-3 play
• post players: post moves and 2-on-2 play

From ball handling to passing to shooting, Coach Self builds his players' offensive skills using a variety of competitions and drills. He uses post player and guard break-out sessions to build players' individual offensive moves. He puts his guards through paces that include pull-up jumpers, L-cuts, curl cuts and hard shrugs to get shots up within the Kansas offense.

As he finishes out his offensive development, Coach Self uses 3-on-3 attacking drills to teach driving angles and movement. Within the 3-on-3, he teaches how to use high-low entries to build guard post interaction within the offensive system.

This is a great video for any coach focused on offensive development.

90 minutes.

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10/19/16

All Access Basketball Practice with Cuonzo Martin NEW DVD

Cuonzo Martin' All Access Basketball Practice
2-Pack NEW DVD with Cuonzo Martin

Watch live practices of Coach Martin laying the foundation he's used to build successful teams at multiple programs

• Learn how Coach Martin teaches the "weak" ball screen philosophy to stop the pick-and-roll through a breakdown of guards and posts
• Get transition sets and drills that help your team convert stops and steals into easy buckets in the open court
• Maximize your practice time using these guard and post skill breakdowns

with Cuonzo Martin,
University of California Head Coach;
former Head Coach at Missouri State and Tennessee;
2011 MVC Coach of the Year,
2011 Ben Jobe Award for most outstanding minority
men's basketball coach in NCAA Division I

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Practice 1:

Coach Martin begins by diving into his practice philosophy, defensive philosophy, and offensive philosophy, leading into how he builds his practice drills for each session.

Coach Martin builds his transition offense by demonstrating his Through Action. This action is great for any team that is looking to add an up-tempo transition set that utilizes post play. The Bears run their secondary set in both a 5-on-0 setting and against a defense. This set features a cross screen for a post-up followed by a down screen (screen-the-screener action).

Additionally, the Bears demonstrate their Progression Drill that starts with a 2-on-1 break and builds all the way up to a 5-on-5 scenario. The Rush Drill works on defending a 5-on-4 scenario the length of the floor with a trailing defending. This drill forces the defense, which is at a disadvantage to start, to communicate.

Defensively, the Golden Bears place an emphasis on closeouts, which focus on containing the dribble while contesting a potential shot. Coach Martin uses a 2-on-2 drill to work on defending three types of specific screens: pin downs, flare screens and back screens. The staff uses position breakdown drills to brush up on defending ball screens with their "weak" pick and roll coverage. Coach Martin puts everything together in their 4-on-4 Defensive Shell Drill.

Skill development is completed by position on this disc. The guards work on ball handling, mid-range shooting, and using ball screens in their station work. Meanwhile, the post players work on post moves, footwork and finishing.

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Cuonzo LaMar Martin is an American basketball coach and former player who is the current head coach of the California Golden Bears men's basketball team. In this photograpph from PropertyScope.com presened  by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis.

Cuonzo LaMar Martin is an American basketball coach and former player who is the current head coach of the California Golden Bears men's basketball team.

Practice 2:

Coach Martin demonstrates how to break out your players into position development. He shows how to maximize your time in practice and improve your players' skill sets. With each group, he teaches how to defend the ball screen; his bigs utilize their weak action, and the guards force the ball to the left side of the floor. This leads to 5v5, putting it all together and teaching the entirety of ball screen defense.

Coach Martin uses the same philosophy to teach his half court defense. You'll observe a 4v4 shell drill that works to build technique and teach parts of the defense before Coach Martin allows his players to go up and down the floor. Players are able to combine everything they've learned over the past two practice sessions into a 5v5 scrimmage session. At the end of practice, the half court ball screen "weak" defense is revisited, focusing on technique.

This is an excellent DVD that demonstrates how Coach Martin is able to teach his players new concepts and points within his offensive and defensive philosophies. If you are looking to add some skill development drills and ball screen concepts on both the offensive and defensive end, this is the perfect video for you.

220 minutes (2 DVDs). 2016.

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10/12/16

Basketball Open Practice with Tom Izzo:
Man-to-Man Offense, Practice Drills, and Scouting NEW DVD

Open Practice with Tom Izzo:
Man-to-Man Offense, Drills, and Scouting

Take a look inside Tom Izzo's transition offense, man and zone offense and 2-3 match up zone defense!

• Attack zone defenses with set plays that put your opponents into situations they can't guard
• Speed up your fast breaks using drills that will help your players understand their roles and available scoring options
• Limit interior penetration and cover all immediate passes using the 2-3 Match Up zone defense

with Tom Izzo,
Michigan State University Head Coach; 3x National Coach of the Year,

2000 NCAA Tournament Champions; 7 Final Four appearances;
7x Big Ten and 4x Big Ten Tournament Champions; 3x Big Ten Coach of the Year

Tom Izzo opens up access to a Michigan State practice so you can see how one of the best coaches in college basketball builds his team into a regular NCAA Tournament contender. Year in and year out, Coach Izzo's teams perform at their best as March nears, with their trademark toughness and physicality shining through in clutch situations.

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In this open practice session, you are treated to a Michigan State practice devoted primarily to transition offense, man-to-man and zone offense, and installing a 2-3 match up zone defense. Coach Izzo also discusses his philosophy on practice planning and shows you how he teaches his players in film sessions. Even with cameras present, Coach Izzo holds nothing back!

Film Session

Sit in on a film session that shows the level of detail that a future Hall of Fame coach uses to analyze his team. Plays from the previous practice are displayed as Coach Izzo corrects flaws in ball and foot placement, player positioning, ball handler's line-of-sight, variations in speed and timing and situational recognition.

Transition Offense

Learn how to incorporate a variety of scoring options such as dribble hand offs, ball screens, and wide pin downs in your transition offense with the Five Man Break drill. You will also see how to take advantage of outnumbered fast break situations in the 3-on-2 Continuity drill. These drills will help you play faster and convert in transition for additional points each game.

Open Practice with Tom Izzo

Player Development

Train your perimeter players to shoot on the move with great technique from different locations on the floor. Meanwhile, post players demonstrate four scoring moves from the low post and high post. The Three Man Shooting drill has become a favorite of Coach Izzo to get players game-like shots through actions run in Michigan State's offense. You will see how this drill can be applied to teaching dribble hand offs and side ball screens.

Zone Offense

In a 5-on-0 half-court dummy offense setting, Coach Izzo shows you how to break down a zone defense with four set plays that target specific weaknesses of a zone defense. For example, in Arm Chop, the top two zone defenders are targeted for an open 3-point shot at the top of the key. The four plays are then on display in a full 5-on-5, half-court scrimmage setting as Coach Izzo continuously critiques timing and spacing issues within each set.

2-3 Match Up Zone Defense

Through breakdown drills, you will learn how to rotate players so that all immediate passes are covered. Adjustments can be made to also demonstrate how rotations change when the offense tries to overload the defense. Coach Izzo emphasizes technique and player communication on "bumping" defenders with the ball at the wing. These concepts are expanded to 5-on-5 controlled scrimmages so players can learn how to adjust to ball movement as a collective unit.

With so many aspects of Spartan basketball on display, this practice has nearly everything. Positional (guard/post) developmental drills, breakdown drills for transition offense and zone defense, and 5-on-5 zone offense (sprinkled with a bit of man-to-man sets as well) are all covered. This video is a peek behind the curtain into a practice featuring one of the greatest coaches of this generation.

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217 minutes (2 DVDs). 2016.

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09/14/16

Tarik Robinson's Basketball Skill Development Workout 2-Pack NEW DVD

Tarik Robinson's Basketball
Skill Development Workout

2-Pack NEW DVD with Tarik Robinson

Dynamic Perimeter Player Workou

Develop your guard or wing athlete into an explosive 2-way player!

• Add a ball-handling routine that develops explosive moves with both hands
• Get a complete guide to cover all aspects of using a ball screen: how to drive, hesitate, reject screen and more
• Learn 1v1 individual and competitive drills, applying the skills players need to attack the rim and create space for an open shot

with Tarik Robinson,
Professional Basketball Trainer;
15 years training basketball players
from the elite youth level to the NBA!

Developing perimeter players in your program is essential to building a team. Perimeter players run the offense and must have a multitude of skills. Skill Trainer Tarik Robinson has put together a dynamic perimeter development workout teaching skills that are applicable to game situations and actions.

The skills and drills in this video address ball handling, ball screen moves, individual moves and defensive skills. Many of the drills can easily be introduced into your individual workouts or your team workouts. Some of the drills are quite challenging, however, these drills can be used with players of any age who have a basic fundamental skill set. Coach Robinson does a fantastic job of challenging his athletes throughout each drill, but also emphasizes the importance of making mistakes while practicing.

Ball Handling

Players must be able to handle the ball. Coach Robinson demonstrates stationary ball handling and on-the-move ball handling drills. From basic crossover moves to zig-zag dribbling, Coach Robinson pushes players to keep their handles tight and be explosive with every move they make.

One drill that stands out is the Spider dribble drill. Beyond working some of the basic dribble moves, Robinson adds a challenge to the drill that requires players to stay low and stay focused throughout the drill. This becomes not only a challenging dribbling drill, but also a fantastic thigh burner.

Ball Screen Series

Nothing is more important in today's game than coming off of a ball screen looking to attack the rim or create your own shot. Coach Robinson teaches players how to read the defense in order to create your own shot and space to make a pass. Whether the defense is coming underneath the screen, loaded with help side defense, or rejecting the screen, your players will learn basic and advanced techniques to see the floor and look to attack the rim.

Of particular interest is the Freeze move. This move forces the defense to make a decision and allows the ball handler the chance to create for others as well as themselves. This is a killer, high-level move to add to your arsenal.

Individual Moves

This section is fun for players because of inclusions like NBA star moves. Moves used by James Harden and Russell Westbrook, as well as other high-level NBA moves are demonstrated and put into action. While some may seem difficult at first, Coach Robinson does a great job of showing how any player can add these devastating moves to their game. He does a fantastic job throughout the video of emphasizing creativity within your skill set.

Defensive Skills

Coach Robinson's combo drills challenge players defensively, but still allow players to focus on the fun part of the game: their offense.

In the "Closeout" drill, players are challenged to work on explosion steps out to the closeout, but then they get rewarded by getting a chance to attack the rim and work on their finishing. The players are in almost constant motion as they D up, score, and then quickly get ready to go again.

1v1 Individual and Competitive Drills

The best way to develop any player is through 1v1 competition. Beginning with 1v0 drills to teach footwork and attacking angles, Coach Robinson teaches transition moves, half court moves, and how to draw a foul in the lane. Each drill demonstrates how to attack the rim, draw contact, and finish strong around the rim or knock down the open jumper.

Building a better skill set is necessary in today's game. The old fundamental drills are always valuable, but developing a higher level skill set is a must if you want to take your game to the next level. Whether you want to build ball handling skills, attack moves or work on the team game with ball screens, you will get something from this video.

2016.

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Tarik Robinson is a Professional Basketball Trainer with 15 years training basketball players from the elite youth level to the NBA! In this photograpph from ChampionshipProductions.com presened  by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis.

Tarik Robinson is a Professional Basketball Trainer with 15 years training basketball players from the elite youth level to the NBA!

High Intensity Shooting Workout

Build a complete routine to increase your shooting percentages from the field!

• 15 drills to train young basketball players to shoot quality shots off the dribble and over the top of defenders
• Incorporate your player's ball handling skills into their shot to develop shooting off the catch and shooting off the dribble against an aggressive defender
• Improve footwork and create space off the catch to become an instant scoring threat with the Reverse Pivot Drill Series

with Tarik Robinson,
Professional Basketball Trainer;
15 years training basketball players
from the elite youth level to the NBA!

Developing a player's individual skills is essential in today's game. Whether it's done in practice or spending time in the off-season practicing offensive skills, players need to constantly push themselves to become the best. Basketball skills trainer Tarik Robinson has put together an in-depth and efficient shooting routine that builds every part of your player's shot.

A major theme throughout the video is competitiveness and efficiency. Many of the drills in the video have goals that must be reached in order to move on. Coach Robinson also adds game-like moves to many of the drills. These moves require players to shoot shots off of bad passes, dribble moves and conditioners.

Warm-Up Drills

When players first enter the gym, they need to have a routine. Great shooters start simple and close to the basket, perfecting their form before they step outside and look to knock down the 3-pointer. Coach Robinson has five warm-up drills you can incorporate into a shooting routine. As players get loose and get closer to their game speed, he incorporates 5-Star Shooting, where players perfect the art of catching and shooting off the pass, shooting off the dribble, and creating space to get their own shot.

Efficiency Drills

When players are in the gym, they must focus on being efficient. In two competitive drills, Coach Robinson challenges his shooters to get to a certain number of makes in a small amount of shots. Each drill represents a game against yourself.

Ball Handling, Perimeter Development Drills, and `And 1'

Rounding out a complete shooting package, Coach Robinson uses ball handling drills to build a player's confidence shooting off the dribble. Athletes are forced to find their rhythm and get their footwork right prior to getting their shot up.

Coach Robinson adds the Bad Passes Drill, a game-like drill that forces players to catch from awkward positions and then quickly get balanced and find rhythm as they get a shot off. Practicing this can ensure that even your best shooters can knock down a tough shot. Robinson also demonstrates how to practice scoring an "And 1" situation, helping your athletes becoming stronger scorers.

Developing highly efficient scorers from the outside is vital to any team. Coach Robinson takes you through a physically challenging workout that covers every aspect of the game. From warm-up to cool down, you will get the drills you need to take your players to the next level!

2016.

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08/15/16

Roy Rana Basketball Coaching 3-Pack NEW DVD

Roy Rana Basketball Coaching
3-Pack NEW DVD with Roy Rana

Man-to-Man Defensive Fundamentals: A Foundation For Success

Get progressive drills for teaching players to contain penetration, guard in transition
and defend the pick & roll

• Discover a new spin on the conventional "zig-zag" and "step - slide" movements that enables players
. to defend and recover more quickly
• Learn an innovative defensive concept - "the battle of the shoulders" - that reinforces balance
. while playing defense
• Shorten defensive closeouts using proper court alignment to enable players to pressure the ball more quickly

with Roy Rana,
Ryerson University Head Coach;
led Ryerson to the Bronze Medal
at the 2015 CIS national championship;
Head Coach for Canada's Junior National Team,
placed fifth at the FIBA U19 World Championships

Defense is a key element to any successful program. Being able to shut your opponent's best scoring option down through individual and team defense is crucial. During the 2014-15 season, Roy Rana led his team to the most victories in a single season by shutting down opponents in transition, stopping the pick & roll and by building fundamental individual defenders. He guides you through his philosophy and drills, which led to one of the best seasons in Ryerson University basketball history.

Individual Defense Fundamentals

Coach Rana provides techniques, terminology and demonstrations on how to guard three important aspects of today's game. By building up your team's individual defense, you can stop easy baskets in transition, guard dribble penetration and defend any pick & roll situation. Coach Rana shows three 1v1 drills that teach proper footwork in the stance and closeout, along with how to turn players in both the half and full court. He then takes 1v2 situations and builds to 3v3 defending in the half court with no paint touches. You will see how to stunt, recover and work your help side defense to take away your opponent's ability to dribble penetrate.

Transition Defense

Using a five-man shell, Coach Rana takes a disadvantage situation (5v3 full court) and shows how players can buy time for help to get back. Defensively, players are taught three key elements in transition: guard basket, guard ball and guard first pass. Your players will learn to communicate and stop their opponents at half court to allow their teammates to get back and defend.

Pick and Roll Defense

Coach Rana demonstrates how to ice a team's ball screen and maintain good help side defense. Your players will learn to defend multiple actions, such as a ball screen, dribble hand-off and skip pass in 4v4 shell.

Late Game Special Defensive Situations

If you can perfect defending special late game scenarios, you can increase your chances of winning games. From eight seconds on the clock to a sideline out of bounds set with three seconds or less, your players will learn the basic fundamentals of protecting the basket late in the game.

Coach Rana is an outstanding teacher that pays attention to detail and organization. It's easy to see why he has become so successful at Ryerson University using a smothering defense in both the half court and full court.

78 minutes. 2016.

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The Ryerson Rams became one of Canada's best university basketball teams and Coach Roy Rana has been key in turning around Ryerson's men's basketball program. In this photograpph from THE CANADIAN PRESS by HO-Ryerson Rams-Winston presened  by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis.

The Ryerson Rams became one of Canada's best university basketball teams and Coach Roy Rana has been key in turning around Ryerson's men's basketball program.

Score More: Playing with Pace and Flow

Train your team to maintain its rhythm while playing at various tempos

• Learn how to incorporate three paces into your transition offense to control tempo
• Discover five sets you can use to score in transition
• Learn how utilizing spacing and ball movement in transition can make your team tougher to defend

with Roy Rana,
Ryerson University Head Coach;
led Ryerson to the Bronze Medal
at the 2015 CIS national championship;
Head Coach for Canada's Junior National Team,
placed fifth at the FIBA U19 World Championships

Teams that can control and adjust to tempo are in control of the game.

Roy Rana, head coach of Canada's Junior National Team, has taken the game of basketball and broken it down into several layers of transition. Each layer flows into your half court offensive system and also demonstrates how to maximize scoring opportunities in the open court. Coach Rana shows how your players can get shots up in transition from dribble penetration, drift shots, open 3-pointers and paint touches.

Pace of Play

You will learn how your team can play at various paces, while still flowing into your regular offense. Coach Rana describes three paces that most teams play at. With the majority of teams wanting to score in transition, he demonstrates how to utilize 80% of your offensive touches at a fast pace in order to score within the first four seconds of having the ball. Coach Rana also uses 5v0 drills to show scoring opportunities from the wing, dribble penetration and how/when to throw the ball ahead. For the other 20% of touches, he demonstrates the use of a mid or dead ball pace.

Transition Drills

Various transition drills are on display that require the offense to use quality passing and get a layup or open 3-pointer. In Coach Rana's Maverick drill, players are put into an offensive advantage situation where they outlet the ball above the 3-point line in order to push the ball up the floor as fast as possible. By including a half court defense, players are taught how use their speed and quickness in the half court to score off of a sprint. Coach Rana's half court offense gives players the option of getting to the rim or hitting the open 3-pointer in order to use a quick style of play.

Transition Offense Sets

Coach Rana slows down his demonstration as he shows five transition scoring sets. By using the San Antonio Spurs' style of offense, he shows how to move the ball around the perimeter in his Trail Series. These are great scoring sets with multiple opportunities for your players to drive to the rim for an open layup off of a foot race, or a quick kick out for an open 3-pointer.

Coach Rana finishes the video by talking about the international game, how the 24 second shot clock is broken down into three 8 second segments and what your team should be trying to accomplish in each segment.

Coach Rana's up-tempo style of play will get your players excited and allow them to have fun on the court. Today's hottest scoring actions and opportunities from the NBA are utilized, and can be applied to any level of play.

64 minutes. 2016.

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Winning the Game within the Game: Special Teams Play for Basketball

Discover a variety of options for scoring key baskets late in a game when it matters most

• Learn a family of side-out plays to counter defensive strategies designed to stop your set plays
• Learn a transition set for getting high quality shots after a made free throw
• Discover a baseline out of bounds play that will reduce the time you spend preparing for late game situations

with Roy Rana,
Ryerson University Head Coach;
led Ryerson to the Bronze Medal
at the 2015 CIS national championship;
Head Coach for Canada's Junior National Team,
placed fifth at the FIBA U19 World Championships

In basketball, every possession counts. Finding ways to score off of a baseline out of bounds play or a sideline out of bounds play is crucial for your team to be successful.

Canadian Junior National Team head coach, Roy Rana, presents a video that is packed full of sets and plays designed for special situations. From after timeout sets, to after free throw sets, to scoring off of an inbound play, Coach Rana has put together a package of plays that will allow you to score key buckets in special situations.

Zipper Series

Coach Rana demonstrates three options using the same setup to keep your opponent on their toes. Each set has several counters in case the defense takes away a specific option. You will be left with multiple scoring options, whether it's a 3-point shot, post feed or dribble hand-off. Coach Rana shows how he creates a 3v3 situation in the half court, opening up the floor for your players to create their own shot if you need a quick score.

Time Out Series

Coach Rana demonstrates several set plays that can be run in both the full and half court. Whether it's a baseline out of bounds or sideline out of bounds play, he will show you how to turn a late game shot into your half court offense so your players are comfortable on the court. In Pistol action, Coach Rana demonstrates several NBA-type plays that have multiple actions and open up one side of the floor for a scoring opportunity for your point guard.

Get a Good Shot Late in the Game

Coach Rana shows five late game half court plays that create misdirection and confusion for the defense. Whether it's a wide ball screen, Horns action or elevator screen, he has a play that will fit your style of play. In the Horns set, you get a great look at multiple 3-point shots as players run off of ball screen continuity.

Coaches of all levels will find plays in this video to add to their offensive playbook. Coach Rana provides sets for late game 3-pointers and quick scores out of timeouts. Give your team an advantage on the offensive end!

52 minutes. 2016.

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Roy Rana Basketball Coaching: 194 minutes (3 DVDs). 2016.

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07/20/16

Open Basketball Practice with Steve Prohm ~ 2-Pack NEW DVD

Open Basketball Practice with Steve Prohm
2-Pack NEW DVD with Steve Prohm

Learn the secrets to Coach Prohm's first year success at Iowa State!

• Learn individual and team closeout drills to apply relentless pressure on the ball and limit dribble penetration
• Use effective breakdown drills to build your half court team defense
• See half court ball screen actions that will get your best players shots and improve your offensive efficiency

with Steve Prohm,
Iowa State University Head Coach;
2016 Sweet Sixteen;
former Murray State University Head Coach;
2012 Joe B. Hall National Coach of the Year
(top 1st-year coach in D1 college basketball);
3x Ohio Valley Conference Champions,
2x OVC Coach of the Year

In his first year as head coach (2016), Steve Prohm led Iowa State to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament. The Cyclones were an offensive powerhouse that were nationally ranked throughout the entire season. He has won 20 or more games in each of his first five seasons as a head coach, and his 23 wins tied for the third-most for a first-year head coach in Big 12 history. Through the 2016 season, Coach Prohm owns the sixth-best winning percentage among active DI head coaches.

This Open Practice features Coach Prohm's first practices as the new head coach of Iowa State and the time period when he needed to introduce everything to his players for the first time. It provides a rare in-depth look inside the strategies and drills behind Iowa State's offensive and defensive systems.

Coach Prohm demonstrates 17 drills he uses to develop a tough-minded defense that strives to prevent easy baskets. Additionally, you will see a variety of aspects related to Iowa State's offense including their fast break system, half court sets, inbound plays and zone offense.

Warm-Up Drills

Practices begin with a wide variety of warm-up drills that focus on running the floor, passing, catching, shooting and finishing at the basket. These drills will get your players moving and ready to play while developing the essential skills needed for offensive execution.

Closeout Drills

Coach Prohm demonstrates five practice drills that focus on the fundamentals of closing out to the ball. Full Court Closeouts will have players using the whole court to individually focus on breaking down to the ball and exploding with their defensive slides. Players will learn how to integrate closeouts into other defensive movements, such as sprinting to help or cutting off dribble penetration in the Triangle Slides drill. The Partner Closeout drill improve your players' on-ball pressure to maximize their ability to be disruptive defenders.

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Head coach Steve Prohm cuts down the net after his team defeated Tennessee State 54-52 in an NCAA college basketball championship game of the Ohio Valley Conference tournament in Nashville, Tenn. In this photograph from AP by Wadw Payne presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis .

Head coach Steve Prohm cuts down the net after his team defeated Tennessee State 54-52 in an NCAA college basketball championship game of the Ohio Valley Conference tournament in Nashville, Tenn.

Half Court Defensive Drills

You'll learn nine drills that break down a variety of elements necessary to build your man-to-man defense. These drills teach concepts such as helping in the post, denying passes, preventing dribble penetration, "icing" ball screens, and fighting through different off-ball screens. Many of these drills teach multiple defensive concepts at the same time.

In the 1-on-0 Dig the Post drill, players practice how to closeout, pressure the passer, dig on the post, stunt at dribble penetration, and contain the dribble with defensive slides. Another multi-purpose drill, the 3-on-3 Positioning Drill, trains players how to jump to the ball, stunt and recover, help and recover on baseline drives, and deny cutters. Two different drills challenge your players to scramble through 4-on-3 disadvantage situations. These are great for getting your players to increase their alertness, force them to communicate, and teach them defensive priorities such as protecting the ball and the rim when outnumbered.

Transition Defense

Stopping the opposing team from scoring easy buckets is a must if you want to be a great defensive team. Three drills teach multiple phases of defending in fast break situations. The 3-on-2 to 3-on-3 Live drill has players work through disadvantage situations in addition to covering space and stopping the ball in 3-on-3 situations. Establish roles for your players in transition defense with the 5-on-3 Get Back drill.

Offense

Learn the primary options to Iowa State's transition offense with the 5-on-0 Early Break. These include actions such as scoring off dribble drive actions such as Loop and Pinch, inside-out play through the post, and setting early ball screens with Coach Prohm's Quick One and Quick Down plays. You will also learn how he creates opportunities for his players to play in space with several half-court sets. These plays feature different ways of freeing up your best scorer with ball screens in addition to other screening actions such as stagger screens.

Coach Prohm installs two inbound plays from the sideline and baseline and his Slash zone offense. For teams that are more perimeter-oriented, this continuity offense will flash your guards through the high post and allow you to space the floor with shooters.

Competition

Coach Prohm knows that his players thrive on competition. He demonstrates four scrimmage formats that Iowa State uses to finish up practices so their players leave on a positive note. The rules for each of these scrimmage segments vary to emphasize different concepts, allow for teaching opportunities, and create unique challenges for players. This segment is a fantastic opportunity to see how Coach Prohm interacts with players in the huddle and tailors his half court sets for specific scoring opportunities.

This inside-access look into an Iowa State practice will give you an expansive understanding behind the success of one of the top teams in the country!

213 minutes (2 DVDs). 2016.

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07/05/16

All Access Basketball Practice with Lon Kruger
3-Pack NEW DVD with Lon Kruger

All Access Basketball Practice with Lon Kruger
3-Pack NEW DVD with Lon Kruger

Watch live practices featuring offense, defense and drills that will keep your players engaged and competitive during practice.

• See Coach Kruger's "flattening out" technique for help side defense that prevents back cuts during defensive
. stunts on the wing
• Learn a technique to defend against wing ball screens that will make the screen less effective
• Get a simple 2-3 zone offense that will create advantages for your team and get you open shots

with Lon Kruger,
University of Oklahoma Head Coach;
2014 Big 12 Coach of the Year;
over 580 career wins;
former Atlanta Hawks (NBA) Head Coach;
The only Division I coach to take
five different schools to the NCAA Tournament

In three of the first practices of Oklahoma's season, Lon Kruger looks to build his program (both offensively and defensively) from the ground up. Coach Kruger motivates and pushes his players through controlled practices that progresses from individual development, to breakdown drills, and finally to shell-based exercises that put the pieces together to make the whole.

This DVD contains positional skill development, man-to-man defensive principles, shell drill, man-to-man switching defense, man-to-man ball screen defense, 5-on-0 offense, transition defense, half court man-to-man sets and conditioning drills using the basketball.

Coach Kruger emphasizes communication in every drill the Sooners run and how it will be an integral component to the team's success or failure. He does an excellent job allowing his assistant coaches to be actively involved in drills and vocal in practice. Coach Kruger constantly communicates with his group, providing encouragement and corrective feedback. This is an excellent example of how to get players to work their hardest without yelling.

Day 1:

Defense is the main focus in day one of practice. Various shell drills focus on positioning, communication, being physical, covering cutters and help side. Transition defense focuses on forcing the opponent to dribble over half court. Trapping is shown, and players are taught the responsibilities for each level/line of Coach Kruger's defense. The coaching staff goes over how the Sooners will go about defending a wing or side ball screen and then go live, working on defending ball screens in a 4 vs. 4 scenario

Coach Kruger spends a good chunk of this practice session working on both transition offense and transition defense. You can get a feel from this practice that the Sooners want an up-tempo style of play. On offense, Oklahoma works on using the trailer for ball screens and ball reversal. They discuss patience for various actions to happen and work on getting open at the right time. Various options are covered for when certain actions are denied.

Skill development drills are covered, as well as what the Sooners work on with posts and wings in their own groups.

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Day 2:

Coach Kruger and his staff pace the players through several drills (11 in total) that escalate from individual skill development, to skills in transition, and finally to offensive and defensive breakdown drills featuring specific elements of their schemes.

You'll see a lot of offensive breakdown work with 1-on-1, 2-on-2, 3-on-3, and 4-on-4 play. This encourages moving without the ball, screening and quality passing. This is helpful in the early part of the season to help develop chemistry among teammates and to break down some of your offensive actions. Players drill how to get open for ball reversals in their 27 or 29 actions. Coach Kruger also introduces the principles of his zone offense.

The Sooners do a lot of game shots at game speed. Nail Jumpers, Curl Shots, 4 15 and Rhythm Jumpers are all shooting drills included in this session. These drills also serve as conditioning work, especially the full court shooting drills, so they are perfect to use in the early part of the season to get your team into shape.

Defensively, Coach Kruger lays the foundation of their full court press by closing traps and recovering versus disadvantage situations in the 2-on-1 Full Contain and 3-on-3 Full drills.

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Lonnie Duane Kruger (born August 19, 1952) is an American college and professional basketball coach who is currently the men's basketball head coach of the University of Oklahoma. Kruger played college basketball for Kansas State University. He has served as the head coach of the University of Texas–Pan American, Kansas State, the University of Florida, the University of Illinois, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, as well as the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Lonnie Duane Kruger (born August 19, 1952) is an American college and professional basketball coach who is currently the men's basketball head coach of the University of Oklahoma. Kruger played college basketball for Kansas State University. He has served as the head coach of the University of Texas–Pan American, Kansas State, the University of Florida, the University of Illinois, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, as well as the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Day 3:

This practice is similar in nature to the previous day, except with a shift in focus from mechanics to results. Coach Kruger continues refining his half court offense and defense while introducing his "43" full court man-to-man press.

The Sooners look to focus more on 5v5 play. The team works on their primary and secondary fast breaks in a 5-on-0 setting as a review. Eventually, they go up and down in a 5v5 full court scenario. Offensive execution in the half court is also emphasized. Coach Kruger works on zone offense against a 2-3 and the team also works on specific actions in the half court, such as 27 and 29. Coach Kruger continues to emphasize playing against pressure and using back doors in the offense. He teaches players how to use perimeter movement and the dribble to distort zone defenses.

In Shell Defense, players work on denying passes and getting into the ball to disrupt the offense as the scout team uses drives, basket cuts and pin downs. Oklahoma builds up to running their man-to-man press with 5-on-5 competition through two breakdown drills. The 2-on-1 Contain drill focuses on corralling the dribbler and trapping with great technique to prevent advanced passes.

Also on display are 12 drills that vary on the skill set to be refined, ranging from individual to team variety. Individual drills focus primarily on shooting and rebounding, while team-based drills focus on the transition and communication components to team offense. Intermixed are situational breakdown drills to better teach players how to read and react when faced with specific scenarios relevant to the offensive and defensive systems used.

This all access look into Lon Kruger's practices at Oklahoma will give you a taste of how one of the most consistently successful coaches in college basketball builds a winning team.

327 minutes (3 DVDs). 2016.

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06/07/16

' Up-Tempo Transition Game ' with Andy Enfield, USC Head Coach
in our Basketball Coaching DVD Series

Andy Enfield, USC Head Coach:
Up-Tempo Basletball Transition Game

Basketball Coaching DVDs:
' Up-Tempo Transition Game ' with Andy Enfield, USC Head Coach

... ' Up-Tempo Transition Game ' with Andy Enfield, USC Head Coach ...

• Learn the up-tempo philosophy, drills and strategies that catapulted Andy Enfield's Gulf Coast University team
  to the Sweet Sixteen in 2013

• Learn breakdown drills for developing the skills needed to play up-tempo basketball

• Discover how to attack the defense with various ball screen options and offensive sets to get good looks
  on the perimeter or inside

with Andy Enfield, USC Head Coach;
former Gulf Coast University Head Coach,
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Andy Enfield,  a 43-year-old coach, was 41-28 in his only two seasons as a head coach at FGCU in Fort Myers, Fla. He led the Eagles to a school-record 26 wins this season, including upsets of No. 2 seed Georgetown and No. 7 seed San Diego State as a 15th-seed in the NCAA tourney. In this photograph from The Trending Report presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis .
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Former Gulf Coast University Head Coach Andy Enfield shares his secrets to the up-tempo style of basketball that enabled his team to become the first-ever 15-seed to reach the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA Tournament and earned his team the nickname "Dunk City" University.

Coach Enfield introduces three key components of the up-tempo game: practice tempo, spacing and skill development. Using on-court demonstrations, he presents drills to develop each component and looks at ways your current practice sessions can be tweaked to master these components.

In addition to learning how to become an up-tempo team, you will learn half-court actions you can use to score quickly. Coach Enfield takes you through the ball screen motion offense breakdowns that he uses to teach players how to practice fast and practice spacing in the half court. With his ball screen motion offense, you will learn how to create mismatches in the post and dribble penetration in the lane.

Looking for set plays that complement the ball screen motion offense and up-tempo play? Coach Enfield demonstrates two plays that will create scoring opportunities for your post players using ball screens.

Finally Coach Enfield runs the entire team through a series of skill development drills that focus on attacking from the triple threat, moving without the ball and using the dribble drive to score. Each set of drills prepares players for game-day action. Enfield's experience as an NBA player development coach is on display as he provides tips for better shooting and demonstrates proper shooting mechanics.

Whether you're a coach looking to speed up your offense or a coach looking to add to your offensive philosophy, Coach Enfield's up-tempo basketball is the perfect fit for you. Bring "Dunk City" to your school this season.

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Kermit Davis' Coaching Basketball 4-Pack DVD

Disc 1 ~ 1-3-1 Ultimate Morphing Zone Defense

Discover a multi-dimensional defensive weapon that will confuse and disrupt your opponent's offense.

• Learn how to shift out of the 1-3-1 zone and into a different defense in the middle of a possession
• Take away your opponent's best shooter or great point guard
• Tweak the 1-3-1 zone to guard sideline out-of-bounds plays and for use in late game/quarter situations

with Kermit Davis,
Middle Tennessee State University Head Men's Basketball Coach;
led his teams to 4 Regular Season Conference Championship titles
in five years (3 Sun Belt titles and Conference USA);
3x Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year
(including back-to-back season in 2012-13)

In a live practice setting, you'll get the opportunity to watch as Coach Davis installs the ultimate 1-3-1 zone defense with a young team that is just learning the basics. You'll learn the rules to the offense and how it can be adjusted to cover talented shooters or to shift into a different defense mid-possession.

1-3-1 Defense

Beginning with whiteboard diagrams, Coach Davis draws up the basic set-up for the 1-3-1 zone. You will learn the roles and rotations of each player, in addition to the technique that must be emphasized to disrupt passing lanes and shut down dribble penetration.

By utilizing your most athletic players, Coach Davis teaches you how to force the ball out and away from the basket. This creates traps early in the possession along with deflections, leading to easy buckets in transition. As the ball is rotated around the perimeter, Coach Davis outlines how players can use their long athletic ability to force lob passes from one corner to the next.

Switching from 1-3-1 to a 2-3 Zone

As the ball is rotated to the baseline, the ultimate 1-3-1 zone defense changes into an aggressive 2-3. This is a great way to confuse an opponent and steal valuable time from their possession. Coach Davis demonstrates how to take your athletic forward and move them to the block while your wings put pressure on the ball. You'll also learn how to disguise your top players and make your opponent think there's no opening so they'll reverse the ball back up top.

1-3-1 Zone vs Special Situations

You'll see how the 1-3-1 can be used in special situations to your advantage. Coach Davis demonstrates how to run the 1-3-1 versus sideline inbound situations to completely disrupt your opponent's plays and challenge them to get the ball in. You will also learn how to pressure a team with the 1-3-1 by constantly trapping the ball in situations when your opponent wants to take the last shot.

Let Coach Davis teach you how to take advantage of this 1-3-1 defensive system so you can disrupt the rhythm of your opponent and create offense for your team by forcing turnovers!

64 minutes. 2016

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Disc 2 ~ Transition Offense, Man-to-Man Actions, and Zone OB Plays

Learn concepts and drills you need to play fast and effective versus any half-court defense.

• Learn how to maximize spacing to attack long closeouts with dribble penetration
• Score quickly using early offense in transition off of makes or misses against man and zone defense
• Get breakdown drills that use 2v0, 3v0, 4v0, and 5v0 in the full and half court to add layers to your motion offense

with Kermit Davis,
Middle Tennessee State University Head Men's Basketball Coach;
led his teams to 4 Regular Season Conference Championship titles
in five years (3 Sun Belt titles and Conference USA);
3x Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year
(including back-to-back season in 2012-13)

With over 200 + career wins at Middle Tennessee State, Kermitt Davis has developed a well-balanced scoring offense. In this presentation, Coach Davis will show you how to push it early on offense for quick baskets versus man-to-man or zone defenses.

This up-tempo offensive system places a premium on great spacing and playing inside-out with both the dribble and the pass. You will learn the concepts and drills needed to develop this style of play with your team. Drills that develop the dribble penetration game and transition ball screen offense are also shown.

Additionally, Coach Davis will teach you how his teams attack zone offenses in transition, and also demonstrate several set plays MTSU runs in their half court offense through the Floppy and Motion series.

Dribble Penetration

Teams that are looking to score early and play transition basketball must focus on floor spacing and utilize drive and kick principles. Coach Davis uses whiteboard diagrams and on-court demonstrators to show proper spacing in the half court that will force long closeouts from defenders, allowing you to stick with the philosophy of getting the best shot for your players.

With the emphasis on valuing the basketball, Coach Davis teaches the importance of a shot fake to keep your defender on their heels. The Shot Fake & Drive drill will show your players the passing options that are created off paint touches. A special emphasis is placed on incorporating the post into the drive and kick game through spacing off penetration and post ups.

Fast Break Scoring

Coach Davis diagrams his fast break system that heavily involves ball screens in transition. In addition to explaining the basic offense, you will learn three plays that are used on the run to challenge defenses. Five breakdown drills demonstrate these concepts on the court so you can see how players use drag screens and double drag screens.

The 5 Action is a fantastic quick hitter that tries to preoccupy defenders in screening actions before running into a high ball screen. The 3-on-0 Snap Shots drill breaks down Middle Tennessee's Snap action that can be used to free up a screener in the pick & roll from various locations on the court.

Zone Offense

Learn how to attack a zone defense early with transition ball screens before flowing into a motion offense. In addition to seeing the motion offense in action, you will also get three set plays that you can use to attack zones in half court situations or on baseline inbound plays.

Half Court Sets

Coach Davis has his players rehearse set plays from their "Floppy" and "Motion" series. The team demonstrates multiple plays out of Floppy, which has guards cross under the rim to run off down screens for scoring opportunities. You will also see several variations of the Motion series, which sends guards off screens at the elbows and blocks to find ways to score.

Coach Davis' instruction is great because it breaks down actions into steps and teaching instructions with breakdown drills that you can implement right away in your practices.

93 minutes. 2016.

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Davis became head coach at Middle Tennessee in 2002. He led winning records in his first four seasons but first made a postseason tournament in 2010 at the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. Middle Tennessee followed that with appearances in the 2012 NIT and 2013 NCAA Tournament. Middle Tennessee moved from the Sun Belt Conference to Conference USA for the 2013–14 season. Following an appearance in the 2015 CollegeInsider.com Tournament, Middle Tennessee made the 2016 NCAA Tournament by way of winning the C-USA Tournament. In the first round of the NCAA Tournament as a #15 seed, Middle Tennessee upset #2 seed (and AP-ranked #2) Michigan State 90–81. Middle Tennessee then lost the second round game to #10 seed Syracuse 75-50.

John Kermit Davis, Jr. became head coach at Middle Tennessee in 2002. He led winning records in his first four seasons but first made a postseason tournament in 2010 at the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. Middle Tennessee followed that with appearances in the 2012 NIT and 2013 NCAA Tournament. Middle Tennessee moved from the Sun Belt Conference to Conference USA for the 2013–14 season.[16] Following an appearance in the 2015 CollegeInsider.com Tournament, Middle Tennessee made the 2016 NCAA Tournament by way of winning the C-USA Tournament. In the first round of the NCAA Tournament as a #15 seed, Middle Tennessee upset #2 seed (and AP-ranked #2) Michigan State 90–81.[17] Middle Tennessee then lost the second round game to #10 seed Syracuse 75-50.

Disc 3 ~ Creating Competitive Practices

Get competitive drills that will improve in-game decisions and speed player development.

• Improve player communication and focus to build a tougher, more cohesive team
• Train players how to fight through seven types of screens on defense
• Use 4v4 shell drills to identify, locate, and communicate in order to defend play calls for sharp-shooters

with Kermit Davis,
Middle Tennessee State University Head Men's Basketball Coach;
led his teams to 4 Regular Season Conference Championship titles
in five years (3 Sun Belt titles and Conference USA);
3x Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year
(including back-to-back season in 2012-13)

Kermit Davis offers an inside look at how to structure competitive, high-intensity practices that promote teamwork and communication among players. You will see the emphasis coaches place on building energy in the gym through demanding players to communicate and be engaged in every drill.

By mixing whiteboard sessions with 17 on-court drills, Coach Davis shows you breakdown drills that help to emphasize key actions in his offense and fighting through several types of screens in half court defense. You'll also get multiple drills to create a mindset of getting back in transition to set the defense.

Offensive Skill Drills

Coach Davis' up-tempo offense looks to spread opponents out to open up dribble penetration and cuts off screens. Through white board diagrams and on-court demonstration, you will see five different offensive drills that build this attack mindset on offense.

The 2-Ball Draw & Kick drill develops spacing off drives and using pin down screens to score. You'll see how perimeter players play off passes inside with screening actions through the 3-on-0 Post Entry drill. Other drills emphasize how to communicate and share the ball in transition, as well as how to read the defender in order to create scoring opportunities from off-ball screens.

Defending Screens

Middle Tennessee emphasizes 10 defensive categories in everything they do. You'll learn how these concepts are incorporated into four breakdown drills that focus on defeating several different types of off-ball screening actions.

Coach Davis uses white board diagrams, on the court walk throughs, and player demonstration to explain his strategy for defending flare screens, down screens, stagger screens, floppy action and screen-the-screener actions. Additionally, you'll see how the Blue Raiders defend middle and side ball screens with different concepts. These drills emphasize concepts that will help your players minimize breakdowns and stay attached to their match-up on defense.

Transition Defense

To prevent yielding easy fast-break points from the opposition, four defensive transition drills are utilized along with an additional 10 minute controlled scrimmage. Each drill places the defense at a temporary disadvantage, which forces the remaining unit to communicate in order to stop the ball and prevent a quick score until the trailing teammate recovers.

Coach Davis illustrates his Transition Defense Game on the whiteboard along with on-court demonstration to show you how he brings out competition while working on this phase of the game in practice. The 5-on-2, 2 in the Corner drill overloads the defense by challenging them to get back versus two players who are designated to fast break while the shot is in the air. You will also learn how you can work on special situations, such as out of bounds plays, while working on getting back with the End-Line Defensive Transition.

Coach Davis illustrates all the elements that go into planning an intense and efficient practice, and also presents a blueprint for developing a tough-minded and highly competitive team.

116 minutes. 2016.

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Disc 4 ~ Offensive Skill Development Against Pressure

Make the most of your time, space and players to maximize your skill development periods.

• Get drills for training players to score or find the open shooter off of dribble penetration
• Teach your players to counter ball screen defense and create scoring options
• Learn how to teach actions instead of drills to improve your motion offense

with Kermit Davis,
Middle Tennessee State University Head Men's Basketball Coach;
led his teams to 4 Regular Season Conference Championship titles
in five years (3 Sun Belt titles and Conference USA);
3x Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year
(including back-to-back season in 2012-13)

Kermit Davis shows you a strategy for skill development that is perfect for any high school coach. As a coach that knows how to win, Coach Davis demonstrates what it takes to develop highly skilled post and perimeter players.

Whether its full court or half court, Coach Davis will help you teach your players how to get better under pressure, read their defender, and utilize screening actions using both hands. You'll also see how your team can get more reps in each drill by using multiple balls. These drills focus on improving fundamentals, dribble penetration, ball screens, and concepts related to motion offense.

Individual Skills

Improve the abilities of your players by strengthening basic fundamentals such as dribbling, passing, and scoring off of post moves. Coach Davis uses white board demonstration and practice footage to show you the technique being emphasized in these drills. The Full Court Pullback Dribble drill teaches a valuable move in creating space against pressure defenses. Your players will learn how to score in the paint with the Post Work drill that demonstrates multiple moves on the block.

Penetration & Kick

The Shot Fake drill series will teach your players to set defenders up for the drive, then finish with a scoring move or pass to an open teammate. Your players will tighten up their handle and touch on lob passes with the Perimeter Dribble Moves drill. The Swing Shooting drill emphasizes making the next pass along the perimeter to the open shooter.

Ball Screens

Your players will train the various ways they can use ball screens based on the look the defense is giving them through four different breakdown drills. The 2-on-0 Ball Screening drill will improve your players' ability to refuse screens, hit the pocket pass, slip versus overplays, and utilize the pick and pop. The Middle Slips and High Series gives you an example of breaking down a piece of your offense to get skill work out of an action you run in games.

Motion Offense

Four different drills will develop your team's skill level at using off-ball screens in the motion offense. Coach Davis shares "Dribble Follows," his favorite motion breakdown drill. This all-purpose drill will improve your players' dribbling, footwork, pivoting, passing, cutting, screening and post moves. In this segment, you will also learn how to play off of down screens and flare screens with breakdown shooting drills.

Coach Davis gives you everything you need to know about developing your players' offensive skills against pressure. You'll learn how to use multiple balls in your skill development program, how to incorporate both your perimeter and post players together, and how to use a ball screen on offense.

By the start of your next season, your opponents won't have any luck applying pressure against your highly skilled players!

"The way Coach Davis incorporates multiple balls into his drills really will aid me in the development of my basketball program. It will help ensure that my players always stay engaged in the drills. The way he structure his simple, but effective drills against pressure is good for players at the intermediate stage and above" - Customer Review

86 minutes. 2016.

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Coach Knight opens the series with an analysis of his coaching style followed by a discussion on how to use your beliefs and ideas to develop your own coaching philosophy. He describes strategies that will help you adapt concepts used by other coaches to fit your team.

Knight discusses how to build a solid offense around getting to the free throw line and being able to use the concepts of pass, cut, and screen as your fundamental principles. He explains how small details such as the effective use of managers, filming practice, and practice time can contribute to the overall success of the program.

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You will see offensive drills that create a culture of trust, hustle, and being fundamentally sound on the offensive end. Auriemma combines several basketball concepts into one comprehensive drill that will strengthen skills while maximizing practice time. He also provides simple but effective drills that teach players how pass, cut, and shoot within the offense. Finally, he shares several strategies he uses regularly to build his fast break.

Improve your team and add value to your practices with these tips, drills and strategies from two undisputed coaching powerhouses. Your players will learn how to play within your offensive system based on what they do everyday in practice.

At the end of the instruction, Coach Knight and Coach Auriemma share their wisdom, knowledge, and experience in a question-and-answer session. On topics ranging from calling timeouts to practice philosophy to communicating with players to breaking down film, Coaches Knight and Auriemma share the wisdom and insight they have learned in their illustrious careers as two of the most successful basketball coaches to ever lead the game.

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All Access Kentucky
Basketball Practice:
The National Championship
Season 2011-12

with John Calipari


John Calipari: All Access Kentucky Basketball Practice: The National Championship Season 2011-12 with John Calipari


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& Videos...




# 2 ~

Coaching
Youth Basketball
5th Edition


by American Sport
Education Program
and Don Showalter


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

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& Videos...




# 3

All Access
USA Basketball Practice
7-Pack

with Don Showalter,
Mike Jones
& Rich Gray


All Access USA Basketball Practice with Don Showalter, Mike Jones & Rich Gray

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& Videos...




# 4 ~

Hot Hand:
The Statistics
Behind Sports'
Greatest Streaks

by Alan Reifman


Hot Hand: The Statistics Behind Sports' Greatest Streaks by Alan Reifman


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# 5 ~

Dr. Chris Stankovich:
Staying in the Game
Combating Coach
& Player Burnout
2-Pack DVDs
with Dr. Chris Stankovich


Chris Stankovich: Staying in the Game ~ Combating Coach & Player Burnout ~ 2-Pack with Chris Stankovich


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more Basketball Books...

more Basketball DVDs...




TOP 5 eBA del 2012 !

Lo MEJOR del 2012 !
hasta Diciembre 31, 2012

# 1 ~
El Juego
de los Grandes

por Pete Newell
y Swen Nater


El Juego de los Grandes por Pete Newell y Swen Nater


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y los Vídeos...




# 2 ~
La Pirámide del Éxito:
Construyendo bloques
para una vida mejor

por Coach John Wooden


La piramide del exito: Construyendo bloques para una vida mejor por Coach John Wooden


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los fragmentos
y los Vídeos...




# 3 ~
Pensar en el equipo.
Cómo entiendo el baloncesto
( y la vida )

por Xavi Pascual


Pensar en el equipo. Cómo entiendo el baloncesto ( y la vida ) por Xavi Pascual


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y los Vídeos...




# 4 ~
Educados
para ganar

por Sique Rodríguez Gairí


Educados para ganar por Sique Rodríguez Gairí


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el Avance Amazon




# 5 ~
Básquetbol Escolar:
Propuestas Metodológicas

Por Alejandro Orbelli


Básquetbol Escolar: Propuestas Metodológicas Por Alejandro Orbelli


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Los MEJORES 5 DVDs de
Entrenamiento del
Baloncesto Recomendados
del AÑO 2012:


• 1 ~ Acceso Total Prácticas del Kentucky Basketball University Campeonato Nacional 2011-12
2-pack DVD
with John Calipari


• 2 ~ Acceso Total a las Prácticas del Seleccionado de los EE.UU. 7-pack DVD
with Don Showalter,
Mike Jones
& Rich Gray


• 3 ~ Siguiendo en Juego: Combatiendo el Agotamiento del Entrenador y Jugador
2-Pack DVD con el
Dr Chris Stankovich


• 4 ~ Acceso Total a las Prácticas de Baloncesto
(2011-2012)
5-Pack DVD
con Geno Auriemma


• 5 ~ Acceso Total a las Prácticas de la Universidad Temple
3-pack DVD
con Fran Dunphy






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Online Duke Basketball Coaches Clinic



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