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Basketball Skill Development Workout Series

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Features & Benefits
  • This point guard workout that will increase your players' vision, court awareness, and ability to create scoring opportunities
  • A competitive wing series that incorporates skills your guards need to handle pressure and score off the dribble
  • Use warm-ups to teach footwork and body mechanics
  • Learn a competitive forward workout that incorporates defense, rebounding, ball handling, and shooting drills
Skill Development Workout: Point GuardsSkill Development Workout: Point Guards
with Gregg Marshall, Wichita State University Head Coach;
2014 MVC Champions, 2014 MVC Coach of the Year; 2x MVC Champs; 3x MVC Coach of the Year (2012-14); 2011 NIT Champions

The point guard is the playmaker on your team and helping them understand their role and responsibilities is essential to your success.

Gregg Marshall, head coach Wichita State University, brings you a complete point guard workout that will challenge your floor leaders to make plays for their teammates and for themselves. Using shooting drills, defense drills, screening drills, ball handling drills, and passing drills, Coach Marshall delivers a comprehensive workout designed to eliminate your point guard's weaknesses. Recorded during alive Shocker workout, Marshall offers insights and narrative into the details of each drill.

On the offensive end of the court, the point guard has the most responsibility and must be prepared for any situation. Marshall shows a rigorous ball handling routine using cone dribbling drills to develop and challenge guards. With each drill, players will master essential techniques and learn how to attack their defender using quick, decisive movements.

You will see shooting drills that can simulate shots you take in your offensive system. With each shooting action, your players will develop timing, learn how to set proper screens, move without the basketball and how to finish around the rim in traffic. Feeding the post is another key area to work on as you develop the point guard position. Marshall includes great drills for feeding the post.

Teach your point guards how to read flat screens in the open court to get to the rim and create scoring opportunities for your team at the end of a game. Learn a challenging full court drill where point guards have to learn how to score on a defender in the open court as they play continuous 1-on-1-on-1 full court.

Your point guards are extensions of you on the floor and they need to be skilled leaders who have the ability to create scoring opportunities for your team. Coach Marshall's point guard workout will increase your players basketball and leadership IQ, so your team can move to the next level.

52 minutes. 2013.

Skill Development Workout: GuardsSkill Development Workout: Guards
with Gregg Marshall, Wichita State University Head Coach;
2014 MVC Champions, 2014 MVC Coach of the Year; 2x MVC Champs; 3x MVC Coach of the Year (2012-14); 2011 NIT Champions

In his individual player workout series, Gregg Marshall puts together an extensive guard workout that will create better overall basketball players to fit within your offense. This video will help you teach your guards to move off the dribble, score off of screening action, handle the basketball in the half court and full court, and get to the rim and finish strong against a solid defensive presence.

Coach Marshall introduces his guard workout by taking you through a wing series that will help you read the defense and get to the rim using various ball handling drills and finishing moves including V-cuts, curls and rip and turn. Each series will introduce a new move that help your players increase their basketball ability.

Coach Marshall demonstrates several ball handling moves that will enable your guards to handle the basketball against any defensive pressure. With these moves, your players will also be able to beat any defender and get to the rim quickly or pull up for an easy 10-12 foot jumper. Coach Marshall uses various 3-on-0, 2-on-0, and 1-on-0 competitive shooting drills that combine post feeds, screening action, and transition jump shots.

With any good workout, players must practice their defensive game to become well-rounded basketball players. Coach Marshall use of closeout drills and defending the drive drills will increase your players' ability to defend and condition them to be lock-down defenders.

Coach Marshall puts together an extensive guard workout that is sure to develop your players into offensive scorers and lock-down defenders so that you can use them at your disposal on the court. This action-packed guard development video shows you why Coach Marshall and the Wichita State Shockers have become such a factor in college basketball.

53 minutes. 2013.

Skill Development Workout: ForwardsSkill Development Workout: Forwards
with Gregg Marshall, Wichita State University Head Coach;
2014 MVC Champions, 2014 MVC Coach of the Year; 2x MVC Champs; 3x MVC Coach of the Year (2012-14); 2011 NIT Champions

Head Coach Gregg Marshall gives you a forward development workout that will challenge your players and make them better within your offensive system.

This workout is designed to create better wing players and low post players by putting them through a variety of shooting drills, moving without the basketball, ball handling skills, rebounding and defensive drills. The workout enables players to score around the rim and to put the ball on the floor to get to the rim to score.

While running these drills, Coach Marshall points out the fundamentals and stresses proper execution, such as passing to the appropriate hand (away from the defender), cutting hard and with a purpose, and always keeping your eyes up to see potential scoring opportunities or the threat of an approaching double-team.

Coach Marshall uses various half court and full court drills to demonstrate his forward workout. He uses the Mikan drill to help teach his players how to finish around the rim and keep the ball high so guards don't dig the ball out. Marshall demonstrates his competitive shooting drill by putting his players in game spots where they will get game shots within their offensive system. He teaches his players how to screen and cut after setting the screen.

Learn a variety of shooting and ball handling drills to improve your players' basketball IQ. Marshall demonstrates how to break down your offensive patterns to "automate movements" and to put your players in game spots. Your players will perfect their shots and push themselves to get compete. Marshall has a goal for each drill in order to challenge his players to knock down shots.

With his Double Closeout Drill, Marshall shows how to closeout and defend baseline drives. With this drill he simulates how your players should move within your defensive system whether it be on ball defense or help side defense to defend middle drives. Marshall demonstrates how to use heavy basketballs to make your players feel confident and strong with a regular basketball.

By teaching your players' the game skills they need, your players will become successful basketball players that fit right into your rotation.

50 minutes. 2013.

Skill Development Workout: CentersSkill Development Workout: Centers
with Gregg Marshall, Wichita State University Head Coach;
2014 MVC Champions, 2014 MVC Coach of the Year; 2x MVC Champs; 3x MVC Coach of the Year (2012-14); 2011 NIT Champions

Get the tools you need to develop an effective center for your team.

Greg Marshall takes you inside the Wichita State program and shows you how they work on the skill development of their centers in order to have a player who is complete in all aspects of the position. This one-hour workout consists of game like drills that will enhance your post player's game skills. A focus on the position of the their feet for both the offensive player and defensive player is discussed at key times in each drill.

The Warm-Up
During the warm-up, the centers go through a series of drills that also work on game-like aspects. All key movements are exaggerated to help create muscle memory and get players loose. Included is a Mikan series with big and heavy balls to get them stronger.

Post Series
The Drop Set Series focuses on the footwork and court positioning necessary to properly execute the drop step and get the defender out of position. Jump hooks follow the drop set series. Another set teaches centers how to recognize the double team and how to react.

Develop your centers to become great passers. Good passing centers not only make their teammates better, but also become a greater threat offensively. The use of the heavy ball is emphasized here as the players go through making a series of fundamental passes to become a better passer out of the post. This is followed up with an outlet drill where Coach Marshall demands his centers make the right pass and a great pass once they get a defensive rebound.

The Finish Drill is a great competitive drill that starts on the elbow and works both offense and defense where neither player has an advantage at the start. The next drill has the centers playing live 1-on-1 in the post continuously.

Coach Marshall and his staff are very technical throughout this video. They are very clear in their expectations and show how to positively correct flaws in players. This is a must have video for teams that not only run four out one in motion offense, but can also be used by any team because of the technicality that is talked about and demonstrated throughout the video.

This video will enhance your team's competitive nature while developing your center position.

52 minutes. 2013.

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Ratings & Reviews

Basketball Skill Development Workout Series
on September 14, 2015
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
5/5 Stars

by jjsanor

Great workouts. Yrs-some repetition...but overall great stuff.

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Basketball Skill Development Workout Series
on October 12, 2014
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
4/5 Stars

by aaronbrown1919

Good breakdown drills. Clear to see how he is able to get the most ability out of what he has.

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Basketball Skill Development Workout Series
on August 30, 2014
  • Currently 2/5 Stars.
2/5 Stars

by Jstnblke41

On their own, these tapes are all excellent. 4 or 5 for all of them. They all are true small group workouts from a great program, you get a chance to see how their coaches communicate with players and they are all true comprehensive workouts with individual offensive and defensive drills and small group drills as well.

Where the set itself falls short to me is how similar all the workouts are, I would guess that between the point guard, guard and forward videos that they all share about 80% of the same drills. Its all great stuff, fun to watch with great variety, originality and functionality. You just don't need all four to get everything you need out of these sets. I would recommend the point guard and center videos for the majority of the drills along with some of the best original ones. Save yourself a few bucks and get those two instead of the whole set.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful.Was this review helpful? Yes No
Basketball Skill Development Workout Series
on April 24, 2013
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
5/5 Stars

by Sonny3378

Awesome individual skill work! I will use many of these drills during summer workouts and camps that I run. However, they will also be useful during the early parts of the season. I coach at a small school where my athletes play multiple sports so off-season skill development is very difficult. These drills will help with that! Another thing I liked about this series was the motion breakdown drills. A lot of 3 on 0 offensive breakdown work. Absolutely great suff!

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