With this all access pass, you get the opportunity to watch Chris Mack and the Xavier Musketeers build on their Sweet 16 performance from the 2009-10 season. This DVD contains the first four practices of the 2010-11 season. See what it means to do things "the Xavier way!"
Throughout the video, you will see the emphasis of competing every day, demonstrating box toughness, and working on the little details that will set your program apart. In addition, Mack demonstrates various transition drills on both offense and defense, half-court defensive drills focusing on closing out and "walling up," and the breakdown of the ball-screen offense.
Pre-Practice & Warm-Ups:Assistant coaches take the court with the players to get them loose both mentally and physically. Practices begin with the "daily dozen," consisting of drills to attack the basket.
Defensive System:Coach Mack emphasizes the packline pressure defense, keeping the ball out of the middle, relying on excellent help defense and communication. Learn how he builds his defense with individual and team defensive drills, highlighting drills designed on close-outs, building walls, closing all gaps, and jumping to the ball.
Rounding out team defense drills, Mack incorporates triangle block-outs and WAR rebounding to replicate game situations. Mack also gives his players a plan on how to defend middle and side ball screens, pin down screens and back screens
Transition Offense:Teach your players how to put constant pressure on the defense with these transition drills. Watch the flow of the ball screen offense take shape in their 4-on-4 Baseline Touch drill, leading to many wide open three-point shot attempts and easy lay-ups.
Offense:Mack shares his ball screening continuity offense. This offense allows players to flow into ball screening situations on the side and middle while looking to get great drives at the basket and dribble drive kick outs. Getting the basketball into the post is heavily emphasized with this offense as players can ball screen and dive to get a deep pin inside the lane. Mack passes along some of his set plays that go into the flow continuity offense and side out of bounds plays.
Special Situations:Learn Coach Mack's philosophy in regards to jump ball situations, free-throw alignments, timeout huddles, low shot-clock situations, and sideline out-of-bounds plays. These concepts can guarantee an increase in efficiency for your team.
See what it means to play hard and compete at a championship level every season. Purchase this DVD and implement the techniques that Chris Mack teaches and you will see why he was the winningest first-year head coach in Division I in 2009-10.
462 Minutes. 2011.
All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a "live" practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's gym can be costly. That's why we created the All Access Practice Series of videos -- to bring the practices to you!
This is the best All Access video I have seen. Coach Mack is a great teacher, and his practices are run very efficiently. If you play the pack line and/or run a ball screen offense then this is a must have.
Great video with super drills. If you want a detailed clinic on man defense this is unreal. Coach Mack lets nothing slide. A great teacher and motivator. Even if you believe in ball line defense this is a must have. Have 65 dvds and this is in the top ten for sure.
Excellent if you looking for drill ideas. Coach Mack does a great job with building up from practice to practice.
I dont get the " a wake 4:35" how many lay up should i do?, how many time should we do? And how many sets should we do?
Another really good All Access DVD Set - I always feel like I get my money's worth with these tapes - lots of good drills and coaching tips. I got this one because our team runs the "pack line" and Chris Mack does a really good job of teaching pack line principles in practice - great energy and enthusiasm in his drills. Would highly recommend this one as a great "defensive" clinic.
The video gives a good foundation for the pack line defense. Great drill and concepts on display. I use to think pack line was very passive defense but not with the intensity that is displayed in these videos. If you are considering running the pack line, I certainly suggest these videos over the clinic tapes. More in depth information and drills. You also learn to defend all types of ball screens in drill situations. Great videos.
I have really enjoyed these dvds. Coach Chris Mack is good and detailed. He replaced Sean Miller, so I feel like you could buy either this set OR the Arizona dvds with coach Miller and get some of the same ideas, especially defensively. I personally like the All-Access because you get more on these that you do when you buy the individual dvd's, plus you get alot of the same stuff from the individual dvds.
Wow! Great DVDs!
Excellent!! Coach Mack does a little intro explaining what will happen at practice which is for the coaches who buy this dvd, but after that you are watching a coach teach his players how he believes the game should be played. The explanation of the drills are simple and to the point. His kids play hard, and he sets the tone for a great practice.
Many excellent drills and concepts are displayed. WOW!
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