Basketball is a team game, but your players need individual skills to perform their best - and to help your team succeed.
University of Oklahoma Women's Basketball Coach Sherri Coale provides a smorgasbord of 20+ individual skill developmental drills that stress the importance of grooming fundamental skills prior to players entering a team-based environment.
BallhandlingThis DVD includes a great ballhandling progression that takes your players through stationary ballhandling drills such as pounding the ball, figure eights, wrap arounds, and 2-ball drills. This builds up to more complex drills that help develop trust in the hands while keeping your eyes looking up the floor.
Passing & CatchingPerimeter players need to become familiar with multiple passing options beyond the basic chest or bounce pass. Coale details how to teach your players to use their feet and catch the ball in a triple threat position, putting them into catch-and-shoot position as soon as the ball is received. Partner passing, shooting off of down-screens, up-screens, and flare-screens are also on display.
ShootingThe DVD wraps up with how to properly develop players to shoot game shots, at game spots, at game speed. Coale takes you through the basic screening and cutting action to get your best shooters open and in position to score when you need them. She perfects the concepts of setting a down screen, back screen, flare screen, and pin screen so your players learn how to execute a game shot playing at their speed.
If you are looking to help your players develop the necessary fundamental skills to be successful at any level, look no further. Order now!
This series of videos was produced by Championship Productions in association with AAU (The Amateur Athletic Union).
78 minutes. 2012.
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Great , for coaches of any level.
great ideas. have been using this a lot early in the season when we break down posts and perimeter players.
Coale takes great care in explaining the drills and rationale behind them but for the most part, the drills presented are already well known to coaches.Championship Productions replies:Coach, Thank you for your feedback. I've seen these drills used at every level of play from youth through the pros. However, it's not just about which drills she uses. It's how she explains them to her players, the points of emphasis, the execution of the drills, and how she gets the players to work so hard in the drills and improve. These drills will also help you in organizing an effective and competitive practice. Thanks again for taking the time to post your thoughts. Thom McDonald, Championship Productions
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