- See great examples of how to breakdown game situations into repetitive drills and individual player development.
- Learn drills to work on penetrating the paint in a breakdown format
- Get a plethora of set plays to run versus man and zone defenses
with Kevin Boyle,
Montverde Academy (FL) Head Boys Basketball Coach
- 2018 High School National Champions
- 2018 Naismith High School Boy's Coach of the Year (also won the Naismith award in 2011); 2018 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Boys Basketball National Coach of the Year
- 4x High School National Champions, including Back-to-Back-to-Back National titles (2013-15) - only high school coach ever to win three Consecutive National Championships
- In 2017, USA TODAY named Montverde Academy the "Team of the Decade" in High School Basketball in the U.S.
- 4x National High School Coach of the Year (USA Today, Naismith and ESPN)
- 4x Jordan Brand Classic Head Coach
- In the Last six NBA Drafts (2011-15) Boyle has coached five players selected in the top 3 overall picks - the first time any college or high school has ever accomplished
Kevin Boyle presents a complete offensive package involving fundamental drills, transition play, set plays, pressure releases.
Players need to be multi-dimensional to be able to beat the defense. With that, Coach Boyle starts with having the team go through fundamental drills important for offensive success such as dribble penetration and utilizing ball screens. With both of these, he runs the team through various options that involve reading the defense and making good decisions to get easy scores.
Next, Coach Boyle works on breakdown shooting drills for guards. These drills involve coming off different types of screens to get shots, reading the help defense and getting yourself open. He then moves on to Post work. Drills here include the Mikan, Mikan with a shot fake, duck-ins, jump hooks, and spin moves.
From there, Coach Boyle moves on to transition offense. He works a progression set that starts with a 3-man break, then moving to a 4- and 5-man. When the 5-man break starts, Coach Boyle goes through some of his early offense options, all of which involve moves from the fundamental drills from earlier in the DVD.
Coach Boyle then runs the team through some special situations for their 4-out, 1-in motion offense including set plays, pressure releases, and clear outs.
Moving on from their man-to-man lead ups, Coach Boyle talks about attacking multiple zone defenses including 2-3, 1-3-1, and 1-2-2 or 3-2. The goal for his team is to create as many 2-on-1 situations as possible to break down the zones.
In this DVD, Coach Boyle presents everything a coach and team, from youth to high school, would need to become a strong offensive team with many different options for success!
112 minutes. 2012.Basketball Videos