- Maximize your practice time, repetition, and court space
- Design a practice that builds skill sets for both guards and post players without wasting valuable practice time
- Learn how to use the part/whole teaching method so your players implement their individual skills into game situations
with Nick Cammarano, Frank Antonides (NJ) Middle School Boys' Basketball Coach;
career winning percentage (.715), eight 20 win seasons, 2 undefeated seasons (including 30-0 in 2003), 1 Run for the Roses Championship, 284 career wins in 15 seasons;
Founder and Director of the Quality Basketball Instruction (QBI) Basketball Camps
In order to develop a consistently successful basketball program, developing players at the middle school level is crucial. Middle school is where basketball players start their careers and a place where good fundamentals are established.
Nick Cammarano has developed an instructional video that will show you how to structure a middle school practice and provide you with a practice blue print that will propel you through the season.
Coach Cammarano demonstrates how he sets up his 90 minute, middle school practice to make his players highly successful. He uses a combination of fundamental and advanced drills to instruct his players through individual skill work, passing, shooting, rebounding, team offense and defense, and special situations.
Each segment of practice is designed to put your players through a rigorous workout and to build their confidence. Cammarano's drills are designed to do more in less time making your practices more efficient.
Coach Cammarano brings all of the skill work together towards the end of his practices by putting his players into various 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 settings. These segments focus on offensive sets, out of bound plays, zone offense and zone defense, and a competitive game to teach his players how to use the skills learned in practice in a game setting.
Great for any middle school or high school coach, this DVD provides essential tools for maximizing your practice time and building a consistently successful basketball program.
115 minutes. 2012.Basketball Videos