Build your team into a cohesive unit that will succeed in the postseason!
- Implement offensive drills with strict goals and requirements to demand the details you want transferred into games
- Learn the critical aspects to switching any type of ball screen to negate your opponent's best plays
- Teach your players how to defend without fouling to limit easy looks at the basket for the other team
with Porter Moser,
Loyola University Chicago Head Coach;
2018 NCAA Tournament Final Four; 2018 Missouri Valley Conference Champions;
2018 Missouri Valley Conference Coach of the Year; 2015 College Basketball Invitational (CBI) Champions
Loyola Chicago had a historic run to the Final Four in the 2018 NCAA tournament. The foundation for that success was set in place seasons ago with the culture that head coach Porter Moser installed with his team. This video will give you an opportunity to learn more about the Loyola Chicago team culture, as well as the strategies used by Coach Moser and his coaching staff.
Additionally, you will gain numerous practice drills; passing drills, layups, shooting drills, defending the ball and more. Finally, Moser also shares insights on special situations, such as inbounds plays, press breaks, timeouts, and free throws!
Creating Good Culture
Moser shares some of the most important things he has learned through the ups and downs of his coaching career. These tips will help you develop a winning culture by identifying the concepts and words that you want your players to internalize. He will show you how to demand the details from every drill in your practices. You'll learn how to rebound from setbacks through competitive reinvention, as well as how to keep the edge after a season of success.
Learn four practice drills that are paramount to the success of any team's ability to score the ball. These drills and teaching points will improve the level of your team's passing, shooting, driving, and finishing at the rim.
- Warm Ups: Get your players ready for practice with a high-energy passing drill that instantly demands their focus.
- Finishing: Learn the full court "Celtic" lay-up drill that will force players to execute every detail with perfection.
- Shooting: Train your players to make the 3-point shot in transition with a competitive shooting drill.
- Dribble Drive: Break down your spacing rules on dribble penetration with shooting drills that will get you multiple shots on every repetition.
Build an Efficient Defense
Loyola was the second-best team in the nation at committing the fewest fouls per game, and was the leader in defensive efficiency for the entire country. Moser shares three critical areas to his team's help-oriented defensive system that will help you challenge shots at the rim.
- On-Ball Defense: Teach your players how to closeout, guard the drive, and contest shots without fouling using a breakdown drill with simple teaching points that your players will always remember.
- Help Defense: Use a 3-on-3 drill to help your players understand the positioning and technique required to help a teammate when the opponent drives to the rim.
- Switching: See how you can incorporate switching concepts into your team defense to take away your opponent's screening actions while minimizing the errors that will beat you.
You will learn far more than Moser's ideas for his offensive and defensive system. He also shares actions for a number of special situations that every coach should know.
- Inbounding: Learn a baseline inbound play that will help you score through an advantage with your post players.
- Press Break: Show your players how to get open on inbound passes based on how the defense guards them.
- Timeouts: Develop your own strategy for utilizing timeouts in late game situations based on actual game experiences shared by Moser.
- Free Throws: Learn a strategy that will help you set up your defense following free throws in addition to a technique for recovering offensive rebounds without fouling your opponent.
This video reveals the secrets for a variety of basketball concepts that helped Loyola Chicago make their impressive NCAA Tournament run. If you fell in love watching