- Efficiently run your offensive workouts when you have groups of players who play multiple positions
- Effectively train fundamentals like spacing, cutting, driving, shooting, footwork, screening, posting up and more
- Create drills that emphasize a team concept where every player is an offensive threat
with Mike Procopio, Director/President of Hoop Consultants;
Director of Basketball Operations for ATTACK Athletics in Chicago (IL); has worked with Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, Caron Butler, as well as 75 other NBA players; Strategic Game Management Coach to Kobe Bryant for the past two season (2 NBA Championships)
Having a mix of players in a workout setting can be a challenge. Mike Procopio shows you how to use 2-on-0 and 3-on-0 drills to develop the fundamentals that make players great and improve the flow of your team offense.
Using a maximum of three and four players per repetition, these drills are simple to learn and fast-moving. Each drill in this on-court presentation is designed to ingrain basketball's most important offensive concepts into your players: Spacing, timing, cutting, driving lanes, change of pace, and more. At the same time, players will also work on skills such as footwork, setting screens, posting up, using the right pass for each situation, reading the defense in pick and roll, and shooting.
You will be able to teach and correct essential techniques that will make your team more efficient, more dangerous, and smarter.
The drills in this DVD build on each other for specific offensive schemes like pick and roll, pick and pop, baseline cross screen, and dribble penetration and therefore adjust easily to your own strategy. This makes it impossible for defenses to focus on just one player and it teaches your players to take advantage of every situation, whether on or off the ball.
Use this DVD to quickly teach your players this season's set plays in an energetic way using Coach Procopio's breakdown drills.
Using the drills and concepts in this DVD will dramatically improve your players' individual and team skills and their basketball IQ.
95 minutes. 2013.Basketball Videos