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Brian Gregory: The 10 Best Practice Drills Ever

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with Brian Gregory,
Georgia Tech Head Coach;
former University of Dayton Head Basketball Coach;
2010 NIT Champions;
10 year assistant with Tom Izzo at Michigan State University

"Don't try to teach everything. If everything is important, then nothing is."

Coach Gregory shares the "Super Ten", a time tested set of offensive and defensive drills that have produced great players and championship teams. The drills on this video are utilized at every University of Dayton practice. The five best defensive drills lay the foundation for team and individual defense through repetition and hard work. Gregory shares his defensive philosophy by detailing the Five Defensive Components that guide his defensive teaching including: elbow/block coverage, protect the scoring area, give early help, contest shots, and contesting the pass and pressuring the ball. An emphasis is put on sprinting to the ball, close outs, defending the post, covering ball screens, and 5-on-4 scramble. Each defensive action, or drill, is beneficial in multiple ways. Getting players open for good shots is the focus of the best five offensive drills. These drills are flexible enough to run against man and zone defenses. To complement each action displayed, Coach Gregory then illustrates a set play using that action. This DVD highlights the double away action, I-action, roll and replacement action, Princeton action, and screen-the-screener action. This teaching gem will aid any coach looking to simplify and improve his offensive and defensive attack.

81 minutes. 2006.

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