Ganon Baker is quickly becoming the game's next true "Innovator." He has trained over 2,500 players while traveling the world. Baker is always in search of the next teaching concept that will push skills to the next level. In this fantastic new DVD, Ganon Baker explores new ground in this innovative, two ball shooting drill video designed to reinforce repetition and shooting in competitive, game-like situations. Both the screener and the cutter's responsibilities are demonstrated and explained. Baker details teaching points for the screener to get teammates open and also highlights opportunities for the screener to get open. This is accomplished by teaching the screener to open up, early or late slip, roll or pop. To create space and openings for scoring opportunities, Baker demonstrates a curl cut, the "bump" and a misdirection cut. The third cog in the motion shooting wheel is passing. Baker teaches passers to drop their hips, elbow behind the basketball and to lock the elbow when passing. Baker also shows how reading the defense is crucial. Keys to reading the defense are popping out for a shot when the screener is caught. By incorporating these cutter and screener concepts, Baker creates challenging drills for self-improvement. The cone shooting drill teaches cutting with change of speeds. The "America's Play" and "UCLA cut" are used to break down screen and shooting options. The back door drills helps players read pressure defense by cutting to the basket. The ball screen is an important of part of today's offenses. Baker dissects options from the ball screen for offensive opportunities. Another two ball drill is created for the shooter and screener after an on ball screen. Any player who wants to get more shots by reading the defense can improve by employing tips from this excellent presentation.
55 minutes. 2006.
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I highly recommend any DVD by Ganon Baker. I was able to implement various two ball shooting drills from the DVD into my practice and my players found them exciting. Two ball drills are a great to develop your players ball handling skills. Thank you for quality instruction, Ganon Baker.
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