The Encyclopedia of Full Court Pressure Defense

The Encyclopedia of Full Court Pressure Defense
The Encyclopedia of Full Court Pressure Defense
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Product Description

  • Everything you need to know about full court pressure defense with Bruce Pearl
  • Lecture session breaks down philosophy and fundamentals of full court pressure defense
  • Step-by-step instruction for choosing the right player for the pressing system
with Bruce Pearl, Auburn University Head Coach;
2019 Final Four;
2019 SEC Conference Tournament Champion
2018 Red Auerbach National Coach of the Year;
former University of Tennessee Head Coach;
2010 Elite Eight,
Adolph Rupp Cup (2008);
Sporting News Coach of the Year (2006);
2008, 2018 SEC Regular Season champions,
1995 NCAA Div. II National Champions (Southern Indiana);
NABC Division II Coach of the Year (2005)

Bruce Pearl is widely known for his fast tempo and full court pressure. Coach Pearl believes that a breaking offense can create tempo, but the full court attack on defense can control tempo. This "encyclopedia" of Pearl's full court style is presented by taking parts of Pearl's previously released videos from Pearl's days at Southern Indiana (D-II National Champs in '95), and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, (NCAA Sweet 16 in '05), and is divided into three parts: a lecture session where he breaks down the defense; on the court, where the defense is shown in a teaching setting; and through extensive highlight footage, where you can see his Tennessee teams using this defense in game action. The "Building the defense" segment is a step-by-step tutorial on how to choose each player for the pressing system. The advantages of Pearl's defense are numerous and include: it makes teams change their normal style and forces them to prepare especially for you, it can help you score in bunches and break a game wide open and it wears down the opponent physically and mentally. This full court pressure defensive system will present a way for you to control the tempo of games instead of reacting to it.

126 minutes. 2007.

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