- Learn how to use the "six man press drill" to beat any player or zone press
- Learn how to inbound against pressure defense with an effective set for spot throw-ins
- Discover how to develop strong fundamentals and build reliable basketball IQ with 2v2 and 3v3 scrimmages for post players and guards
with Bill Self,
University of Kansas Head Coach;
Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2017); 650+ Career Wins;
14x Big 12 Regular Season Champions (2005-2018),
2018 Big 12 Co-Coach of the Year - 6x Big 12 Coach of the Year;
2008 NCAA National Champions, 2012 NCAA Runner-Up,
2016 AP, USA Today, Bleacher Report's & NABC Coach of the Year;
2012 Naismith College Coach of the Year,
John R. Wooden Legends of Coaching Award (2013)
Improve your team's offense with 12 drills from a University of Kansas practice session led by legendary head coach Bill Self. Focusing on a team that includes eight newcomers, Coach Self shares the details of his offense using easy-to-understand concepts that other coaches can use with their own teams.
Learn how to improve fundamental skills with nearly two hours of simple, yet effective practice drills. The practice footage includes:
- 6-man press
- breakdown drill to defend the 1-4 high backdoor cut
- baseline spot throw-ins under pressure
- sideline throw-ins under pressure
- five line transition
- ball handling and passing
- 5-minute shooting
- individual skills for perimeter players
- individual skills for post players
- guards: attacking the basket and 3-on-3 play
- post players: post moves and 2-on-2 play
From ball handling to passing to shooting, Coach Self builds his players' offensive skills using a variety of competitions and drills. He uses post player and guard break-out sessions to build players' individual offensive moves. He puts his guards through paces that include pull-up jumpers, L-cuts, curl cuts and hard shrugs to get shots up within the Kansas offense.
As he finishes out his offensive development, Coach Self uses 3-on-3 attacking drills to teach driving angles and movement. Within the 3-on-3, he teaches how to use high-low entries to build guard post interaction within the offensive system.
This is a great video for any coach focused on offensive development.
90 minutes. 2014.Basketball Videos