- Learn 13 skill development drills that incorporate ball handling, shooting, passing and footwork and that have produced 16 All-Americans and four National Players of the Year
- Get more touches on the ball and maximize your practice time by implementing a ball handling routine into your warm-up
- Improve passing accuracy and develop soft hands with two-man full court drills
with Steve Schmidt, Mott Community College Head Coach;
4x NJCAA National Champions (with eight Final Four appearances); Over 675 career wins - the winningest active coach at the NJCAA level (.822 percentage); has developed 16 All Americans and 4 National players of the year; Distinguished member of the NJCAA Coaches Association Hall of Fame (2010)
Legendary Junior College coach Steve Schmidt takes you inside a skill development session that has produced 16 All Americans and four National Players of the Year. Inside this session Coach Schmidt takes your through 13 different drills that will help your players develop better ball handling, shooting, passing, and footwork drills.
Schmidt uses on-court demonstrations to take you through a ball handling routine that will effectively develop all your players into solid, confident ball handlers. This series incorporates both full court and half court drills to build your players' weak hands and develop dribble moves that can teach them the ball handling skills they need to run your offense.
The ball handling drills lead into passing drills. With Schmidt's 3-Man Passing Drills, you can emphasize passing and catching on the move while working on weak hand development and hand eye coordination. Being able to pass and catch in control is going to influence the next move a player makes. As you learn about each drill, Schmidt will detail all the little coaching tips that have made him so successful at a very high level.
Make your players a threat from anywhere on the floor by implementing this series of footwork and shooting drills. Watch as Schmidt teaches his players how to get to the rim quickly using only one dribble to attack the rim and their defender. Your players will learn how to incorporate jump stops, lay-ups, reverse lay-ups, and right/left footed combination shots that allow them to score on any defender in the paint.
Refine the skills your players need to take your team to the next level!
43 minutes. 2013.Basketball Videos