Bill Self's Open Basketball Practice Series

Bill Self's Open Basketball Practice Series
Bill Self's Open Basketball Practice Series
Item# BD-04528
$139.99
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Product Description

  • 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,
University of Kansas Head Coach;
Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2017); 650+ Career Wins;
14x Big 12 Regular Season Champions (2005-2018),
2018 Big 12 Co-Coach of the Year - 6x Big 12 Coach of the Year;
2008 NCAA National Champions, 2012 NCAA Runner-Up,
2016 AP, USA Today, Bleacher Report's & NABC Coach of the Year;
2012 Naismith College Coach of the Year,
John R. Wooden Legends of Coaching Award (2013)

Legendary head coach Bill Self provides an extensive look into the Kansas offensive system. Coach Self uses an early practice session to guide you step-by-step through a complex half-court offense. Whiteboard diagrams that provide a detailed look at each action within the offense enhance his explanations.

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. 2014.


with Bill Self,
University of Kansas Head Coach;
Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2017); 650+ Career Wins;
14x Big 12 Regular Season Champions (2005-2018),
2018 Big 12 Co-Coach of the Year - 6x Big 12 Coach of the Year;
2008 NCAA National Champions, 2012 NCAA Runner-Up,
2016 AP, USA Today, Bleacher Report's & NABC Coach of the Year;
2012 Naismith College Coach of the Year,
John R. Wooden Legends of Coaching Award (2013)

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

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