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Dave Odom: Beating Full- and Half-Court Pressure Defense

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Features & Benefits
with Dave Odom,
University of South Carolina Head Coach,
'95 National Coach of the Year,
'96 Elite Eight,
'00 NIT Champions

If your team faces pressure, this DVD can provide a game plan for being aggressive and turning your opponent's pressure defense into points! Dave Odom's system is well versed to exert pressure defensively and attack it on offense. Coach Odom shows that knowing how to apply pressure also helps his team break pressure. Emphasis is placed on attacking man-to-man pressure as well as trapping situations. With proper spacing, getting the ball to the middle, and then attacking, a team can turn pressure into points. Using a series of quick drills, Odom shows how to build a foundation for beating pressure by practicing them every day. Facing defensive pressure is inevitable and simply means that a teammate is open. That's why Odom dedicates an entire segment to passing and catching drills and highlights their importance to scoring against pressure. Coach Odom demonstrates his "Press Attack" offense against a full-court 1-2-1-1 press, which emphasizes the three pass-at-once positions. Players are taught to be in position for a pass behind, up-court on the sideline, and in the middle. When the ball gets to the middle, the attack can produce points. Next, Odom adds to his attack the "Away", "Tiger", and "Long Corner" drills. If your team faces pressure, this DVD can provide a game plan for being aggressive and turning your opponent's pressure defense into points!

76 minutes. 2006.

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Dave Odom: Beating Full- and Half-Court Pressure Defense
on October 23, 2011
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
4/5 Stars

by Anonymous

Good info. Nothing ground breaking, but he gave some good basic info to remind coaches, or for coaches to tweak their stuff with. I enjoyed it, and I refer back to it every so often.

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