Brett Reed shares the secrets his Lehigh team uses to produce effective results in their defensive transition game. With a detailed breakdown of defensive responsibilities in a variety of situations, Coach Reed shares information that can be immediately applied in practice to help your team take advantage of this important aspect of the game.
Coach Reed begins his presentation with some core beliefs on developing a sound basketball program-the same philosophy that helped 15-seed Lehigh upset number the two-seed in the 2011 NCAA tournament.
Switching to on-court action, Coach Reed breaks down how defenders should deal with outnumbered situations while transitioning back to defense. He shows how a player trailing the ball in a 1-on-1 situation should attempt to "influence the play." He breaks down how a defender should handle a 2-on-1 situation as well as a 3-on-2 situation. By playing the odds and forcing the opponent to take an outside shot, Reed believes his players will most often come out on top. He also talks about how to contest a shot without fouling.
With each on-court demonstration, Coach Reed provides a drill for building a team skill. He explains in detail how the defense should work to protect the basket and how to protect from the basket out. Each demonstration in this series can be taught and run in a short period of time and easily translates to game-day situations.
Coach Reed creates a defensive transition game where everyone has a responsibility and knows their responsibility, making the teaching of the concepts easy and clear-cut for your players.
Produced at the Spring 2013 Verona (NY) clinic
91 minutes. 2013.
Coach Reed was very clear in this video I would highly recommend this to every coach looking to add to his/her defensive collection
Excellent teacher! I have been successfully coaching varsity boys for 25 years and I learned a ton! Best teaching I have ever seen on transition defense. I love it when actual players are used to teach and show everything -- here we have both offensive and defensive players. These players made the same mistakes in this live clinic as you will see with your players. Coach Reed did an excellent job correcting the problems and teaching the right techniques. Logical progression from one defender back to four defenders back (with the fifth hustling back). Outstanding DVD!
Enjoyed this one. He does a nice progression from 2 v 1 to 5 v 4. Simplifies everything so everyone can understand it.
Wow!! Great video!!! This video will help my team a lot! Thanks!
I really liked this DVD. There is a little bit at the end on his transition offense that focuses on using the drag ball screen but its worth getting for the breakdown on transition defense.
This video is extremely detail oriented on breaking down different disadvantage situations in transition defense. He also shows you drills each step of the way on how he'd teach that phase of the game. This starts all the way at a single defender chasing the ball and hoping to disrupt it, to 1v1, 2v1, 3v2, 4v3, 5v4, and 5v5.
Also mixed into the video are different hints at his teaching philosophy. I was incredibly impressed with Coach Reed and hope he makes more videos in the near future. This gets my vote as best video on transition defense you can buy.
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