- Keep the defense off balance and create better, easier shots
- Discover drills you can use to develop ball handling confidence in your wings
- Create tough rebounders who turn offensive rebounds into points
- On-court demonstration and insights from by 2x Naismith National Coach of the Year John Calipari
with John Calipari,
University of Kentucky Head Coach;
2x Naismith National Coach of the Year,
2009 Sports Illustrated National Coach of the Year,
.761 career winning percentage
Teach your wing players to beat their defenders off the dribble and knock down the big shot.
University of Kentucky Head Coach John Calipari shows you an extensive workout you can use with your wing players to develop the skills necessary to successfully run the Dribble Drive Motion Offense. These are the same drills that have produced back-to-back top 5 NBA draft picks and the second highest scoring average in 2009.
Coach Calipari begins with a series of ball handling drills that develop a feel for the basketball. These drills concentrate on hand/eye coordination and a push-pull technique, which will give your wings a better feel for the ball. Crossover, between-the-legs and behind the back techniques will build the confidence needed to throw the ball from one hand to another and beat defenders off the ball.
- Lay-ups - Calipari gives you a progression of lay-up drills that concentrate on speed, moves and finishing with contact. Learn the key to protecting the basketball and see how Calipari stresses it in practice. He also demonstrates a stick-back drill that will turn your wings into strong, aggressive rebounders who turn offensive rebounds into points.
- Shooting - 25 high-energy breakdown drills will give your wings a chance to work on a variety of shots (lay-ups, 3-pointers and pull-up jumpers) that occur during the natural flow of the dribble drive. Calipari also includes a 4-minute shooting drill that gets your wings ready to make the big shot at the end of the game.
To finish the practice, Calipari shows two drills to get your wings mentally prepared to take the big shot at the end of the game. The 4-minute shooting drill forces the wings to make shots under pressure from five spots on the floor in a competitive fashion. A series of one-on-one drills works on the wing's decision making - forcing him to work on beating his defender off the dribble or scoring off the catch.
This DVD is packed with drills that will allow you to take advantage of the opportunities the Dribble Drive Motion Offense will present to your wings. It will also show your players how to create their own opportunities.
53 minutes. 2009.Basketball Videos