113 Zone Defense, Anthony Jones, Dr. Phillips HS (FL), 2011 and 2013 National High School Invitational Champions:In this video you will learn the proper slides/rotation of the 113 zone defense. This defense is designed to keep the ball on the perimeter most of the time. The defense is also designed to stop most ball penetration and prevent entry passes inside to post players. In the 113 defense you will see how the defenders rotation is very basic when the offense is in a typical high low set. However, you will see the 113 defense morphs/disguised into a 23 and or 131 depending on the offensive set. However, the 113 defense has the same philosophy when it changes into a 23 or 131 set. With many repetitions you will find that the 113 zone defense is very affective and is used often to contest all shots and great rebounding. 50 minutes.
Youth Clinic and Practice Video/Outline. Coach Slempkes a former Division 1 collegiate coaches walks you thru a youth tryout/practice. The building blocks of a youth player. 1 hour
The CATT Offense: Dismantling the Pressure Man-to-Man Defense, Karl Salscheider, Bemidji State University, Winningest Coach at BSU: Are you tired of turning the ball over against athletic, overly aggressive man to man defenses? Consider the CATT (CutAll the Time) offense. This offense rectifies your issues of poor spacing and poor decision-making that too frequently puts points on the board for your opponents instead of you. This offense capitalizes on the defenses overextension that results in layups instead of turnovers. Teach your players better spacing, better cutting, better clearing, better footwork, better decision making, and how to better signal and read your teammates prior to a V cut so as to make the optimal, timely pass. Breakdown drills, applications and contact information will be included. 45 minutes.
The Seal Offense: Dismantling the 23 Zone Defense, Karl Salscheider, Bemidji State University, Winningest Coach at BSU: Are you tired of either endlessly running cutters through or too much standing around without a plan to score? Consider the Seal offense. This offense has a strategic 12-3 approach generating either a layup or an open 3 pointer. The purpose of any quality zone offense is to force the defense into poor spacing, poor positioning, and indecision. The Seal does just that, all in a matter of seconds. Teach your players to draw the zone defenders out of position, identify and maintain fluid offensive equidistant spacing, execute sharp passes, seal a pivotal defender, and create layup or open 3 point shooting opportunities. When reasonably executed, this offense will most often force the defense out of the zone. Breakdown drills, applications and contact information will be included. 45 minutes.
Ball Spin Player Development Workout, Danny Henderson, Marcus HS (TX), 2012 MaxPreps National High School Boys Coach of the Year: Coach Henderson’s teams are known for their high offensive skill level. His Ball Spin Workout teaches players how to score off the catch and how to create space vs. superior athletic defensive pressure. Coach Henderson’s teams spend 15 to 20 minutes daily on Ball Spins. In this DVD he breaks down the offensive moves to precise detail. Through a very systematic approach he makes it easy for players to understand how, when, and why to use the moves. 55 minutes.
Partner Ball Drills by Danny Henderson, Marcus HS (TX), 2012 MaxPreps National High School Boys Coach of the Year: Coach Henderson’s teams are recognized as one of the very best in high school basketball at offensive execution. One of the big keys to this success is the Partner Ball Drills practiced daily by his teams. These simple one minute drills enable players to master the fundamentals necessary to execute offensively against the best high school defenses in the nation. Fourteen total drills, broken down to fit Coach Hendersons offensive system, are divided into two groups of seven and alternated daily. These drills can be easily altered to fit your offensive system and the results will be amazing at the expense of only seven minutes a day! 55 minutes.
The Lost Art of Passing, Bob Mackey, Christ the King HS (NY), Two Time National Girls High School Champion: Passing the basketball effectively has become a lost art. In this video Coach Bob Mackey, Christ the King High School, the 2 time National High School Coach of the Year shares his philosophy to improve this aspect of the game. Utilizing practice drills that can easily be incorporated to your program, Coach Mackey brings you into the Christ the King system that has won 16 New York State Championships. The 2012 New York City High School Coach of the Year explains step by step how to improve your team’s ability to pass the basketball. 55 minutes.
The Screening Game, Bob Mackey, Christ the King HS (NY), Two Time National Girls High School Champion: Screening is one of the most effective way to create scoring opportunities for your team. In this video Coach Bob Mackey, the two time National High School Coach of the Year (2005 and 2006) shares his best concepts on utilizing the screening game. Create options for your players buy utilizing the proven methods of the Christ the King Basketball Program. 55 minutes.
Practice Organization, Bob Mackey, Christ the King HS (NY), Two Time National Girls High School Champion: Organizing your practice time is a challenge facing all coaches each season. In this video, Coach Bob Mackey from Christ the King High school in New York takes you through some of the key points that he has used in his practice sessions. Each phase is broken down and explained so you can apply it to your team. We only get one chance to prepare our teams for the season, take a look at what Coach Mackey does in practice and see if it can help your team improve. 55 minutes.
Proven Half Court Offensive Sets, Bob Mackey, Christ the King HS (NY), Two Time National Girls High School Champion: Coaches spend hours working their teams in their half court sets. In this video, Coach Bob Mackey from Christ the King High School in New York takes us through some of his most successful half court sets. With multiple state and national championships behind him, these sets work. See some of the best Christ the King zone and man half court offenses. Each is broken down so you can apply them to your program. The 2012 New York City High School Coach explains step by step how you can improve your teams half court sets. 55 minutes.
Sets To Get Your Best Players Shots, Paul McDonald of Vermilion Community College (MN):Every coach wants the ball in the hands of their best players as much as possible. Paul McDonald (Vermilion CC Ely, MN) shows you different sets to accomplish this goal in this informative video. For the past 23 years, Vermilion has experienced tremendous success running these sets in their half court offense. Although Vermilion is known for their transition offense, their half court sets are crucial in their offensive scheme. This video provides sets and quick hitters for all positions on the floor. This video will show you options to control who gets the ball when you want a specific player to get a shot or a touch of the ball. Also included in the video are 2 solid BLOB plays and a great SLOB set. If you want to get your best players some great looks, this video is for you! 55 minutes.
Transition Drills To Get Your Team Running, Paul McDonald of Vermilion Community College (MN):Paul McDonald provides viewers of this video insight and drills to assist your team on a daily basis to get your squad ready for transition basketball. Coach McDonald’s teams have won over 400 games and have been consistently in the Top 5 nationally in scoring. His teams have won numerous conference, state and region titles and he has coached 12 All Americans in his tenure at Vermilion. He has been a finalist for the NJCAA Coach of the Year twice in his career. This entertaining video will show you many drills with full court action and will also help condition your team so they are ready to run the floor. The drills in this video include a 5 on 4 fast break drill, Roll out 3 on 3, Fast Break Scramble 5 on 5 drill and Wolf to name a few. Players love to run the floor and this informative video will help coaches from all levels design practice sessions that focus on offensive and defensive transition basketball. 55 minutes.
Offensive Skill Development During Practice, Wendy Kohler of Alexandria HS (MN), 1997 Minnesota State Champion and Seven Time Section Champion: Coach Kohler shows you how to incorporate and alter offensive skills and concepts into your practice to achieve the fundamentals necessary to be efficient and execute offensively on the court. These drills can easily be incorporated into your practice plans and hit all areas from ball handling, passing, shooting, effective cuts, post entry, penetrate pitch and decision making. Coach Kohler has 7 State Tournament appearances and will explains how these drills can improve your teams offensive efficiency. 55 minutes.
Building the Break and Energizing Transition Drills, Wendy Kohler of Alexandria HS (MN), 1997 Minnesota State Champion and Seven Time Section Champion: Coach Wendy Kohler of Alexandria HS (MN): Play like you Practice…These drills will teach your players split second decisions in transition, condition them into mentally strong unit, and push tempo to a blistering pace while executing circles around the opponents. Organized, uptempo and your players will love this system! 55 minutes.
Skills and Drills for Youth Basketball Session I, Michael Peck, Findlay Prep (NV). Any young player aspiring to be a great basketball player, he/she must develop the appropriate basketball fundamentals. Having a high skill set, allows a player to continue in his/her growth and progression toward mastering the game. This DVD includes some essential drills for developing a foundation of basketball fundamentals. These drills are the very same drills we use in our daily practices and workouts. Over the past 5 years these drills have been a direct reflection of our program’s National Championship status while helping our individual players receive NCAA DI scholarships, McDonalds All-American accolades and collegiate honors and awards. 55 minutes.
Complete Post Player Development, Michael Peck, Findlay Prep (NV): It is important to have skilled post players. This DVD includes some essential drills for developing a foundation of fundamental post play. These drills are the very same drills we use for our post players in our daily practices and workouts. Over the past 5 years these drills have been a direct reflection of our program’s National Championship status while helping our individual players receive NCAA DI scholarships, McDonalds All-American accolades and collegiate honors and awards. 50 minutes.
Post Defense by Michael Peck, Findlay Prep (NV):Defense is the backbone and foundation of our program. As important as it is to develop offensive fundamentals and skills, it is equally important to be able to play defense. This DVD includes individual and team concepts and principles on how to defend in the post. Although individual defense is important, it is critical to understand team defensive principles in order to become an effective defensive player. This DVD is dedicated to our defensive system and philosophy as it relates to post defense. In it, you will see and gain a better understanding of the many different actions that must be considered and covered when defending in the post. 50 minutes.
Screen & Roll Defense, Michael Peck, Findlay Prep (NV):Over the past decade, ball screens have become a staple in nearly every offensive set or pattern. At some point during any given possession, the defense is going to encounter a screen (pick) & roll situation. This DVD includes the different ways on how we defend ball screens (screen & roll) and more importantly, how to recover effectively. Regardless of how we decide to defend any given ball screen, it is imperative that we communicate what and from where it is coming, communicate how we are defending it and communicate our recovery out of it. 50 minutes.
Mental Toughness and Confidence Drills, Matt Cordes, 2010 and 2008 Minnesota Boys Class AA State Champions:My session will touch on my coaching philosophy, and a few drills that I use to help improve mental toughness and building confidence. I believe it is as important to understand who we are coaching as much as understanding what we are coaching. Mental toughness or having a positive mental attitude is really the ability to remain focused in the midst of distractions. This can be worked on in any number of drills by simply requiring players remain focused even when distracted or tired. 47 minutes.
Teaching the Pyramid of Success Through Drills, Bill Gottenborg, Seven Time Minnesota Girls Class AA Section Champions:John Woodens Pyramid of Success is a great motivational and teaching tool that can be used with players from the elementary age on up. In this DVD, drills the players really enjoy are used to teach the Pyramid of Success. The building blocks of the Pyramid of Success can help student athletes be successful on the basketball floor and in life. 47 minutes.
4 Out/I In Drive Motion, Vern Capelle, Upsala High School (MN), 2011 Minnesota Boys Class A State Coach of the Year: The 4 out/1 in drive motion is a motion offense that incorporates the main concepts of the Dribble-drive offense. By utilizing the attacking style of the dribble-drive, combined with the pass and cut options common to motion offense, this offense will spread the floor to exploit defenses by creating multiple gaps for attacking and scoring. This offense is also very versatile and may be run out of various alignments and entries. The drive motion offense also works great with set plays and in special situations. The drive motion offense is will give your players multiple options to attack the defense and exploit any mismatch situations. 47 minutes.
The Attacking Transition Motion, Zone and Man Offenses, Dan Ninham, 2005 Minnesota Boys Class A State Coach of the Year and Five Time Section Coach of the Year: Coach Ninham’s teams emphasized possessions keying on transition offense after forcing a six year average of 29 turnovers a game to set state scoring records. The team focused on scoring within seven seconds after crossing half court in transition and when a score didn’t happen they focused on position isolation after one or two passes and rarely reversed the ball. Position isolation sequences are demonstrated after a controlled fast break. Learn four quick hitting zone offenses and four quick hitting man offenses focused on isolating key players and getting in rebound position for second shots. The 32 continuity man offense is also demonstrated. 55 minutes.
The Versatile Point Guard Workout, Bryce Tesdahl, Bemidji State University: Bryce Tesdahl demonstrates a series of individual drills to get your players to be the next versatile point guard. The session starts with advanced ball-handling and passing drills. Finishing at the rim is the next point of emphasis in the DVD using a variety moves such as the euro step, floaters, inside hand lay-ups, and finishing on the other side of the rim. Tesdahl teaches how to use the ball screen multiple ways by attacking the rim, pulling-up, rejecting the screen, and splitting the screen. The versatile point guard needs to be able to shoot the ball on the move as well as having excellent agility and speed. Shooting drills, tennis ball agility and speed drills conclude the DVD. Tesdahl just finished up his playing career at Bemidji State University as the all-time assists leader and is now the new Men’s Basketball Graduate Assistant at the University of Minnesota Duluth. 50 minutes.
Offensive Drills Including Footwork, Form and Shooting, Randy Holthusen, Red Lake High School, MN:The drills in the video are geared towards youth player development up to the eighth grade. Proper footwork, form and how you receive the ball equal a good shot. These basic 2 and 3 person drills will work on your form and footwork from the left and the right side of court. Developing young kids footwork at a young age will enable them to move on to learn new things. Coaches shouldn’t be teaching kids how to shoot, dribble or pass at the varsity level. Teaching these drills and proper footwork to kids in grades k-8 is crucial in their development. 50 minutes.
The Versatile Shooting Guard Workout, James Ellisor, Bemidji State University, 2012 NCAA DII National Player of the Year: The session begins with a warm up and goes into the Mikan Drill, a Shooting Drill focusing on Short Corner Left Side, Middle of key, Short Corner Right Side. Ball handling drills include Dribble Around the World (between both legs), 2 Ball Handling, Dribble at the same time, Alternate Dribbles, In and Out Dribbles, Crossover Dribbles, Spin Move Dribbles, and Behind the Back Dribbles. The individual moves segment includes Double Crossover Around Two Cones, the Floater, layup, pull up shot, step back shot, the Double Crossover Around Two Cones From Wing, the Reverse layup, floater, and hesitation and finishes with Wing moves. 50 minutes.
The Versatile Big Man Workout, Ben Strong, Guilford College, 2007 NCAA DIII National Player of the Year, Ben Strong shows a variety of drills to encourage your posts to score in the low, mid, and High post as well as the wing. In this DVD, the 2007 NCAA DIII National Player of the Year and NBADL player presents the drills and skills the post player needs to take your game to the next level. The beginning session focuses on ball handling. The post moves include the hook shot, up and under, dribble middle/baseline to drop step, sweep through, Fake sweep through to Jump shot, face up sweep through to spin, face up sweep through to spin and pump fake, and quick spin off. Ben Strong teaches to read the down screen with the movement without the ball using the tight curl, fade and going straight up. The versatile post needs to bring the game to the outside as well. Perimeter moves begin with catching the ball, Squaring up and looking at the basket to read the defense. Perimeter moves include the catch and square jump shot, catch square drive right or left, drive right or left to one or two dribble pull up, driver right or left to step back, drive right or left to spin, and drive right or left to spin with the pump fake. This is an outstanding position player technique DVD to encourage the post player to be versatile inside and outside. 50 minutes.
2 Hours.* The Controlled Multiple Pressure Defense, Jack Bennett, University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, 2004 and 2005 NCAA DIII Men National Champions: If you are content with a one defense approach to basketball, there is no need to read further. However, if you are looking for a way to break the rhythm and comfort zone of your opponent's offense, consider A CONTROLLED MULTIPLE APPROACH TO TEAM DEFENSE. Using the sound principles of gap man-to-man defense that were inspired by his brother, Coach Jack Bennett shows the positioning and slides of the 131 and sliding 32 zones that helped his University of Wisconsin Stevens Point team win back to back NCAA DIII National Championships. While man to man was the foundation to our team defense, the selective use of zone principles complemented our entire defensive package. We simply wanted opponents to be concerned with both our man and zone defenses. Making teams use valuable practice time to prepare for both, along with the element of surprise were keys to our success. A by-product was the improved execution in our zone offensive attack due to the quality of our preparation against strong zones in practice. A CONTROLLED MULTIPLE APPROACH TO TEAM DEFENSE is worth exploring if you are searching for a way to enhance your team defense and potentially gain more victories this season. 110 minutes.
In -Bounds Plays to Score Easy Baskets, Steve Collins, Madison Memorial HS, Three Time Wisconsin Boys State Champions: Coach Collins shows a variety of inbound plays that will work versus both man-to-man and zone defenses. He walks through all the plays and then demonstrates their effectiveness in a live player situation. Coach Collins does various sets under the basket, on the sideline and several variations of a full court shot. 55 minutes. 2012.
Versatile Press Breaker, Steve Collins, Madison Memorial HS, Three Time Wisconsin Boys State Champions: Coach Collins presents an aggressive, foolproof full court offense that has proven the test of time versus both man and zone offenses. He demonstrates the flexibility of his press breaker and uses it against multiple full court presses. No matter what press you face, Coach Collins' various press breaks will spread the floor. The press break utilizes both cutters and screeners to attack the rim on the offensive end. 55 minutes.
23 Match Up Zone Defense, Rick Kehoe, Bemidji HS, 2009 Minnesota Class 4A Section 8 Coach of the Year: You will see different ways to approach playing a 2-3 defense. Many coaches and players believe playing zone defense is easy and a time to rest. I believe you can use it as a weapon to frustrate, confuse and create turnovers and offensive opportunities. I have over the years evolved my teachings of zone defenses to my players to incorporate many of the man to man principles. You will also learn different rotations and strategies to use against the different offenses other teams run against a 2-3 zone defense. 55 minutes.
Everyday Drills to Make Your Team Accountable, Jim Gosz, Milwaukee King HS, Four Time Wisconsin Boys State Champions: If you are looking for new drills and ideas to make your practices more competitive and intense, this is the video. Coach Gosz having served as head coach for 22 years at Milwaukee Rufus King and directed basketball camps in Wisconsin for the past 30 years will present his favorite drills that are sure to make your practices the best. Included will be individual drills, half court drills, full court drills and shooting drills. These are the same drills that have made Milwaukee Rufus King High School one of the best full court pressure defensive teams in the country. 55 minutes.
2 HOURS.* Focus on Fundamentals, Jerry Krause, Gonzaga University, Hall of Fame Coach: Focus on Fundamentals is a two DVD packet centered on the basketball basics; coaching fundamentals and basketball skill fundamentals. Rationales for coaching and skill basics are first explored followed by teaching types and basketball skills and related rules. Hall of Fame Coach Jerry Krause offers practical principles aimed at the John Wooden recommended goal for all coaches (and adults), i.e., “Aspire to Become a Master Teacher.” Basketball fundamentals of stance, starts, stops, steps, turns and jumps are identified and described to be executed with balance and quickness. Coaching fundamentals to become a master teacher are also explained, how you develop players and your team, the use of the basic laws of learning and the use of critical cues. Finally, challenges of teaching and learning are described to assist coaches and players in reaching their full potential. 110 minutes
Build Your Own Zone Offense, Jerry Krause, Gonzaga University, Hall of Fame Coach: Hall of Fame Coach Jerry Krause identifies and describes a series of principles and skills used to effectively attack zone defenses. This menu of techniques is designed to successfully build player and coach confidence to successfully attack zone defenses with the inside-out approach. The techniques of zone offense that are identified and described are fast breaks, alignment, spread and swing plus moving the ball and players. Specific zone offense techniques described and shown are attack second sides, offset matches, penetrate on pass and dribble, use of quick stop/triple threat tools, through cuts to overload and change the perimeter. Finally, an adaptable screening zone offense is shown to get the ball inside and produce outside scoring for selected outside shooters. A special play is shown that is effective against both zone and player to player defenses. Coaches are encouraged to select menu techniques suited to your personnel and situation. 55 minutes.
Defending Ball Screen Actions, Larry Hunter, Western Carolina University, Ranked #11 in NCAA DI Wins: In attacking the man to man defense at most all levels of basketball utilizing the ball screen action is a fairly significant part of most offenses in today’s game and especially at those levels where there is a shot clock. How effective your team is at consistently defending these ball screens will often go a long way in determining your success at the defensive end of the court. This DVD will talk about how to incorporate the various ways to defend ball screen actions into an organized system. The various ways of defending ball screen actions include the blitz (hard hedge), soft hedge and shadow, squeeze and go under, trap or double team the dribbler, switching, and downing. Specific ball screen actions are discussed and the technique and rotations used to defend the action. Offensive ball screen actions include the transition brush screen; SBS (with pair sides and a low post; and in an open post situation); MBS-PE (with two bigs; and a big and a perimeter shooter); Double Middle Ball Screen; Stagger High Ball Screens; Horns (basketball in the middle of the floor with screens on both sides of the ball). 55 minutes.
No Easy Baskets: Transition Defense and Special Situations, Larry Hunter, Western Carolina University, Ranked #11 in NCAA DI Wins: Every team wants to play the game competitively and have a chance to win. One of the keys will be your ability to not give up many easy baskets. This DVD is for all levels of basketball. Philosophy and rules for transition defense are emphasized. Drills and technique for defending the 2 vs. 1, 3 vs. 2, 4 vs. 3, 5 vs. 4, and 5 vs. 5 are covered. How to utilize various transition drills to not only eliminate easy baskets but also to create high intensity competitive segments for your practices. Emphasizing the importance of special situation play can give your team a winning advantage. Primary discussion is on UOB and SOB play. Some coaching and teaching philosophies as well as a team building approach are also communicated. 55 minutes.
Perimeter Team Drills, Dennis Hutter, Mayville State University, 2013 NAIA National Tournament: In this DVD you will learn the same Individual Development Drills for Perimeter play that Coach Hutter has used to help his team qualify for the National Tournament. These drills also helped the Comets rank in the Top 10 in the country in numerous other offensive categories including points per game and shooting percentages. Coach Hutter and his players will demonstrate numerous individual shooting and ball handling drills that will help your players improve their individual perimeter play, thus improving your team’s overall improvement. The workouts include individual drills, partner drills as well as small group drills. All designed to improve your team’s perimeter play. 55 minutes.
Building Your Man to Man Defense With 3 on 3 Drills, Chris McLean, Northland Community College (MN), Assistant Coach: This video will explain three drills that we used exclusively to develop and build some of our core principles with regard to our man-to-man defense. These 3 drills helped our athletes see what we were trying to develop in real time and built confidence in our defensive principles. Each drill is designed to divide the floor so that your players can focus and drill on one aspect of your defense. It can be used to teach defensive rebounding and transition, to help in your scouting report and guarding first actions. It also developed a certain amount of toughness and accountability for our teams. 55 minutes.
The Pius XI Flyer/Transition System, Joel Claassen, Milwaukee Piux XI High School, 14 Time Wisconsin Girls State Champion: The Flyer/Transition offense is a patterned fast-break system that offers 4 different transitions with multiple options. These transitions can be run off of made and missed baskets. I have run these transitions for over 20 years with my boys and girls teams with a lot of success. Included in the DVD is our "Flyer drill" which lead into the transitions! The transition 1 is the most often-used and usually occurs after missed shots. Transition 2 and 3 occur most often when our long pass to the wing is taken away or after made shots. Transition 4 is was implemented 4 years ago to take advantage of the 4 and 5 player who can shoot the 3 and/or has the athletic skill to face up on the perimeter. 55 minutes
The Pius XI Combination-Defense System, Joel Claassen, Milwaukee Piux XI High School, 14 Time Wisconsin Girls State Champion: This DVD details a defensive system based on shots made and missed and inbound position on the floor. The type of Defense is determined by those shots made or missed and where is the ball inbounded. The first defense is our 32 match up which combines zone/man/trapping depending on ball movement/cutters/and position skills. The system as a whole will keep your athletes focused on the defensive responsibilities at all times. We use a color system to identify our man defense's and of course a number system for our zones. The man system uses 9 different man defenses (all colors) with basic man principles. Zones that we run are the 32 match up and 131. Though the system sounds complicated, it is remarkable how easy it becomes for your players to remember. 55 minutes..
Competitive Defensive Drills, Tommy Brown, Lee University (TN), 2008 NAIA National Coach of the Year:Creating competitive defensive drills that utilize communication in advantage and disadvantage situations, such as 1 on 1 to 4 on 6 team drills. Also drills for rebounding and fighting through screen action to help toughen the defensive mentality of the team. 55 minutes.
Man to Man Defense With a Lack of Height or Quickness, Tommy Brown, Lee University (TN), 2008 NAIA National Coach of the Year:Learning to defend post players with greater size and strength, Rebounding and defensive strategies against bigger opponents are also included. Using angles to keep your man in front and how to lessen the margin of error on the defensive end of the floor. 55 minutes.
Rebounding Wins, Kevin Vande Streek, Calvin College (MI), 2000 NCAA DIII National Champion: Although a positive rebound margin is also an indicator of good defense, offense, and turn- over differential, Coach Vande Streek makes a strong case for rebounding margin being the most important statistic in determining who wins a basketball game. Successful rebounding teams have much more than size alone. Techniques, strategies, characteristics, and emphasis are discussed and demonstrated in this video to help individuals and teams rebound better and in turn, win more games. 55 minutes.
Transition Defense: Defending Today’s Up Tempo Game, Kevin Vande Streek, 2000 NCAA DIII National Champion: Such a big part of today's game is the strategy of up-tempo, fast break and fast paced offense. Players have a more diverse skill set than they used to and are more athletic. Because of this Transition Defense needs to be a part of our over-all coaching philosophy, our game plan, and therefore a part of our daily practice plan. Coach Vande Streek talks about concepts for transition defense and gives a framework, strategy, and drills for how to get back quickly, take away the easy shot and move into a half court defense seamlessly. 55 minutes. 2013.
Back Screening Motion: A Simple, Flexible and Highly Effective Offense, Steve Bergman, Iowa City West High School, 2013 and 2012 Undefeated Iowa High School State Champion: Learn the ins and outs of the offense used by Steve Bergman who led his team to back to back State Titles in 2012 & 2013 and the #6 ranking nationally. Motion is a hard concept to teach. The Back Screen Motion is simple to install and master. This offense gives you all the advantages of classic motion without all of the frustrations. It can be run in as many formations as you can imagine and it can be designed to feature any player on the floor. The result of using this offense has been 53% FG shooting the last two seasons. This video will provide simple breakdowns of each concept and build toward 5-on-5 competitive work. 80 minutes.
Man to Man Defense: Making Your Opponents Uncomfortable, Steve Bergman, Iowa City West High School, 2013 and 2012 Undefeated Iowa High School State Champion :I owa City West has won 4 State Titles in Iowa’s large school class in the past 15 years under Coach Bergman, 2ndmost in Iowa history. For the past 23 seasons, Steve Bergman’s West High teams have been known for their great man to man defense. Year after year they are one of the top 4A schools in Iowa in FG% allowed. If you want your team to be hard to prepare for and a team opponents dread to play, this video is for you. This video will include Coach Bergman’s philosophy of defense, individual and team skill breakdowns and all the drills needed for you to implement this defense with your team. 80 minutes. 2013.
A Basketball Ball Clinic: Drills That can Help your Team win: Steve Collins 2005, 2009 and 2011 Wisconsin State Champion; Coach Collins in an hour clinic walk you through different drills you can use for your team at any level.