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Geno Auriemma and Bob Knight: Learn from the Legends Series

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  • Experience the wisdom and insight of two of the best coaches ever to step on the court in this unique clinic
  • Listen in as Hall of Fame coaches Bob Knight and Geno Auriemma provide decades of insight into winning basketball
  • Get drills and skills from Geno Auriemma and Bob Knight who have a combined 11 national championships and three Olympic gold medals
  • Learn how to effectively use ball screens against a zone and force two defenders to guard the ball handler
  • Learn six defensive drills from National Championship coach Geno Auriemma that will help you build your man-to-man half-court defense
  • Learn 1-on-1 and 2-on-2 breakdown drills for building the half-court man-to-man defense
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The Essentials of Coaching Basketball

with Bob Knight, former head coach at Texas Tech and Indiana University;
over 900 career wins; 3x National Championship Coach;
Five Final 4 appearances; 4x National Coach of the Year;
1984 US Men's Olympic Coach (Gold Medal);
distinguished member of the Naismith Hall of Fame (1991)

and

with Geno Auriemma, 2013 NCAA Championship Coach;
8x NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship Coach
back-to-back undefeated national championship seasons (2009 and 2010); 8x National Coach of the year;
distinguished member of the Naismith Hall of Fame (2006); over 30 Big East regular season and tournament titles

Two of basketball's all-time coaching legends share their thoughts on the game, how it should be coached, and the some of the drills that have made their teams so successful.

Coach Knight opens the series with an analysis of his coaching style followed by a discussion on how to use your beliefs and ideas to develop your own coaching philosophy. He describes strategies that will help you adapt concepts used by other coaches to fit your team.

Knight discusses how to build a solid offense around getting to the free throw line and being able to use the concepts of pass, cut, and screen as your fundamental principles. He explains how small details such as the effective use of managers, filming practice, and practice time can contribute to the overall success of the program.

Coach Auriemma follows with his own discussion on fundamental coaching philosophies. He emphasizes the importance of adjusting your team's playing style to fit the strengths and abilities of your athletes. He then talks about the way he begins practice and the kinds of drills he believes teams should be practicing.

You will see offensive drills that create a culture of trust, hustle, and being fundamentally sound on the offensive end. Auriemma combines several basketball concepts into one comprehensive drill that will strengthen skills while maximizing practice time. He also provides simple but effective drills that teach players how pass, cut, and shoot within the offense. Finally, he shares several strategies he uses regularly to build his fast break.

Improve your team and add value to your practices with these tips, drills and strategies from two undisputed coaching powerhouses. Your players will learn how to play within your offensive system based on what they do everyday in practice.

Produced at the Spring 2013 Chicago (IL) clinic.

74 minutes. 2013.

Building Creativity and Discipline into Your Motion Offense

with Bob Knight, former head coach at Texas Tech and Indiana University;
over 900 career wins; 3x National Championship Coach;
Five Final 4 appearances; 4x National Coach of the Year;
1984 US Men's Olympic Coach (Gold Medal);
distinguished member of the Naismith Hall of Fame (1991)

and

with Geno Auriemma, 2013 NCAA Championship Coach;
8x NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship Coach
back-to-back undefeated national championship seasons (2009 and 2010); 8x National Coach of the year;
distinguished member of the Naismith Hall of Fame (2006); over 30 Big East regular season and tournament titles

For coaches who spend more time practicing than teaching, Hall of Fame coach Bob Knight delivers drills that will help coaches train their players to think, react and better understand the game. Learning to "think the game" can make average players into good players.

Using on-court demonstrations, Coach Knight shares warm-up drills that will make players think about what they're doing on the court. He demonstrates the use of three fundamental concepts-pass, cut, and screen-to build a motion offense.

To better prepare players for game-day situations, Coach Knight shares drills and tools for putting athletes in more challenging positions than they'll face in any game. For team skills, he demonstrates how advantage/disadvantage drills can be done using 4-on-5. This is a great drill to help teams deal with traps and double teams. Putting players through these paces will build a stronger offense.

Coach Auriemma continues where Coach Knight leaves off by using on-court demonstrations and drills to teach motion offense in practice. He begins with a little bit of structure and then moves quickly into a demonstration of how to give players the freedom to play within your offense. By allowing freedom, your players will have the opportunity to use their thinking and reacting skills to successfully create scoring opportunities on the floor.

Coach Auriemma offers four practice drills to lay the foundation and structure of the motion offense. He demonstrates the drills he uses to teach motion offense and fast break from 1-on-0 to 5-on-0 full court. His practice drills will get players of all skill levels involved. Whether or not your players are All-Americans, they will benefit from the drills Coach Auriemma uses to build a solid motion offense.

Produced at the Spring 2013 Chicago (IL) clinic.

91 minutes. 2013.

Advantage/Disadvantage Drills and Motion Offense Drills & Skills

with Bob Knight, former head coach at Texas Tech and Indiana University;
over 900 career wins; 3x National Championship Coach;
Five Final 4 appearances; 4x National Coach of the Year;
1984 US Men's Olympic Coach (Gold Medal);
distinguished member of the Naismith Hall of Fame (1991)

and

with Geno Auriemma, 2013 NCAA Championship Coach;
8x NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship Coach
back-to-back undefeated national championship seasons (2009 and 2010); 8x National Coach of the year;
distinguished member of the Naismith Hall of Fame (2006); over 30 Big East regular season and tournament titles

This is the third installment in the clinic by the Hall of Fame Coaches Bob Knight and Geno Auriemma. In this clinic, they cover more practice structure, individual and team work, drill development and shooting drills.

Advantage/Disadvantage is a big part of how Coach Knight teaches his players to play basketball. The disadvantaged team must work harder on defense and smarter on offense. He shares information that he used daily in practice to enhance the success of his players. With on-court demonstrations, Coach Knight shares the most difficult disadvantages he put his players against: 4 vs.5 and 5 vs. 4, 5 man change, 6 vs. 4, and no dribble. These techniques will make your players work harder and better understand how to react during a game. By using these techniques, your team will be better prepated and more effective when it comes game time.

Once players become familiar with Coach Knight's disadvantage situations, they will be ready to master offense, defense, and conversion. Coach Knight discusses the importance of these aspects to the game.

In the next segment of this amazing clinic, Coach Auriemma uses on-court demonstrations to teach drills and skills needed to build a motion offense in your practice session. Every player needs to be able to pass, catch, dribble and shoot the ball - and so these skills must be practiced daily. Coach Auriemma puts players through a dribbling drill that works on attacking the defender and finishing a variety of ways at the basket. He uses shooting drills that incorporate getting open on the wing, using the shot fake to create better scoring opportunities, and practice your shooting technique and mechanics.

By using one of the most under-valued moves in the game, the shot fake, you can blow by your defender and create an advantage situation for your team. Coach Auriemma finishes the session by having players work on passing into the post with live defense. In this drill, he covers how the defense should defend the player passing the ball into the post, and what the offensive player must do to counteract the defense.

Produced at the Spring 2013 Chicago (IL) clinic.

89 minutes. 2013.

Zone Offense Strategies

with Bob Knight, former head coach at Texas Tech and Indiana University;
over 900 career wins; 3x National Championship Coach;
Five Final 4 appearances; 4x National Coach of the Year;
1984 US Men's Olympic Coach (Gold Medal);
distinguished member of the Naismith Hall of Fame (1991)

and

with Geno Auriemma, 2013 NCAA Championship Coach;
8x NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship Coach
back-to-back undefeated national championship seasons (2009 and 2010); 8x National Coach of the year;
distinguished member of the Naismith Hall of Fame (2006); over 30 Big East regular season and tournament titles

This is the fourth installment in the clinic featuring the˙Hall of Fame Coaches Bob Knight and Geno Auriemma. In this clinic, they focus on how to play zone offense and share techniques for attacking a zone.

A zone defense can take the most dominant offense and turn it upside-down. To beat a zone defense, Coach Knight utilizes two basic strategies-dribble penetration and beating the zone down floor. Using on-court demonstrations, he shows every attacking angle that can be used to attack the zone defense off of the dribble. By using this strategy, you will learn how to create offensive advantages.

To beat any good zone defense, you must use the dribble to distort the zone. Coach Knight demonstrates the philosophy of forcing the defense to move as the ball is passed around. He shows how to use the dribble and pass fake to beat a typical 2-3, 1-3-1, and 1-2-2 zone. As he demonstrates, you will learn how to incorporate screens in the zone to maximize scoring opportunities against the zone. A master at dissecting zone defense, Knight shares all of his secrets to help you beat the zone defense that has frustrated your team.

Coach Auriemma follows Coach Knight's instruction with two ways to penetrate a zone: drive the gaps and pass attack to bring the ball to your best player instead of bringing the defense and your best player to the ball.

After learning about the basic principles to attack a zone defense, Auriemma uses on-court demonstrations to share five quick-striking actions to beat a zone defense. Along with the quick strikes, he shows how to use the man-to-man offense to attack a 2-3 zone defense. Your team will look to attack the zone using ball screens, 3-point shots, dribble penetration, and man-to-man offense.

Your zone offense will benefit from the expertise, instruction and philosophies of two legendary coaches as you look to create scoring opportunities and offensive advantages against any zone defense.

Produced at the Spring 2013 Chicago (IL) clinic.

113 minutes. 2013.

Shooting, Screening and Defensive Skills & Drills

with Bob Knight, former head coach at Texas Tech and Indiana University;
over 900 career wins; 3x National Championship Coach;
Five Final 4 appearances; 4x National Coach of the Year;
1984 US Men's Olympic Coach (Gold Medal);
distinguished member of the Naismith Hall of Fame (1991)

and

with Geno Auriemma, 2013 NCAA Championship Coach;
8x NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship Coach
back-to-back undefeated national championship seasons (2009 and 2010); 8x National Coach of the year;
distinguished member of the Naismith Hall of Fame (2006); over 30 Big East regular season and tournament titles

This is the fifth installment in a series of clinics with Hall of Fame Coaches Bob Knight and Geno Auriemma. In this clinic, two legendary coaches discuss offensive tactics, communicating with players about their role on the team, player development, evaluating talent, shooting, screening, boxing out, defensive stance, defensive influence, and defensive shells drills.

One of the most important skills in basketball is shooting. In this instructional set, Coach Knight shares insights into the art of shooting. He makes you think about how often your players shoot, whether they have a shooting routine, and in what ways they can improve their shooting techniques. Coach Knight begins with a basic shooting drill that covers the most fundamental parts of shooting: passing and catching. He starts with a basic catch-and-shoot routine and builds up to level two shots where players catch and give a shot fake to create a better scoring opportunity.

For every shooting routine, a coach needs an offensive philosophy to teach players what to expect. Coach Knight discusses several ideas and concepts to improve all aspects of coaching from evaluating talent to core values to developing players' skills even if they struggle to shoot the ball.

If you have watched Coach Knight's teams over the years, you know the importance of the screen to their motion offense. Coach Knight demonstrates and describes how to effectively and properly use the screen within your half-court offense. He covers the basic down screen and cross screen, shows the proper technique to use, and the cutting options for both players once the screen has been set.

For every good offense, there has to be a great defense to shut them down. In detailed analysis, Coach Auriemma covers how to build your defensive philosophy and man-to-man defense. He uses on-court demonstrations along with breakdown drills to teach an aggressive approach to man-to-man defense. He outlines how to guard 1-on-1 in the half-court in order to force your opponent into poor offensive shooting angles.

Coach Auriemma will help you build your defensive techniques and concepts both on the ball and off the ball. He teaches you how to make a simple transition between guarding the ball to moving off the ball as your man cuts through the lane looking for a scoring opportunity. Coach Auriemma shares six drills to strengthen the defensive attack.

The set includes his "push to the sideline" drill, which "influences" the ball handler to the sideline or baseline, which can be used as another defender to cut off the ball handler. Drills also focus on jumping to the ball after the pass, guarding cutters, and defending the post. Coach Auriemma also shows his 4-on-4 shell drill and how it works on closeouts.

This is a must-have DVD for any coach looking to improve their offensive thinking while learning how to build their man-to-man half-court defense.

Produced at the Spring 2013 Chicago (IL) clinic.

90 minutes. 2013.

Defensive Tactics & Techniques and Defending Screens

with Bob Knight, former head coach at Texas Tech and Indiana University;
over 900 career wins; 3x National Championship Coach;
Five Final 4 appearances; 4x National Coach of the Year;
1984 US Men's Olympic Coach (Gold Medal);
distinguished member of the Naismith Hall of Fame (1991)

and

with Geno Auriemma, 2013 NCAA Championship Coach;
8x NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship Coach
back-to-back undefeated national championship seasons (2009 and 2010); 8x National Coach of the year;
distinguished member of the Naismith Hall of Fame (2006); over 30 Big East regular season and tournament titles

This is the final installment from the Bob Knight and Geno Auriemma clinic series. In this title, the two Hall of Fame Coaches concentrate on defense before finishing with a Q-and-A session with their audience,

Coach Auriemma demonstrates the "Connecticut way" of defending screens, and uses on-court demonstrations to give a detailed look at other possibilities for defending a ball screen. Starting with the trailer screening out of transition, you see how to defend a high ball screen and ball screen from the wing. You'll also see late-game situations that will make you think about your ball screen philosophy at the end of a game.

As Coach Auriemma gives you every look that an offensive player will use as they come off the screen, he provides a way to defensively attack the ball handler as they come off the screen. As you develop your ball screen defense, Coach Auriemma gives you late-game situations that force you to think about how you want to defend a ball screen in the half-court whether you are up, down, or tied late in the game.

Using on-court demonstrations and drill work, Coach Knight covers 1-on-1 and 2-on-2 drills that can be used in practice to utilize the entire team and instill your defensive philosophy into your players. Coach Knight starts in the full-court with an offensive rebound and guides you through techniques and concepts that can be used to pick up in the half court. Whether you want to press or just pick up at the volleyball line, Coach Knight emphasizes simplicity and execution when planning and building a defense. He demonstrates the single most important concepts in half-court defense: help and recover.

At the end of the instruction, Coach Knight and Coach Auriemma share their wisdom, knowledge, and experience in a question-and-answer session. On topics ranging from calling timeouts to practice philosophy to communicating with players to breaking down film, Coaches Knight and Auriemma share the wisdom and insight they have learned in their illustrious careers as two of the most successful basketball coaches to ever lead the game.

Produced at the Spring 2013 Chicago (IL) clinic.

108 minutes. 2013.


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