The drills in this presentation represent a commitment to "not beating yourself"; i.e., reinforcement of not taking bad shots, getting back on defense, blocking out, and not turning the ball over. The first set of drills presented focus on passing and communicating. These drills, the 3-lane 2-ball drill and partner passing drill, develop the fundamentals skills of passing and catching. Bennett excels at developing a mindset of taking care of the basketball. Bennett also is a master at numerical disadvantage drills. The 4 vs. 6 drill requires the shorthanded offense to make seven consecutive passes. Shooting is an area that should not be compromised in practice. The heart of great shooting comes from the 3-man 2-ball shooting drill. Another excellent drill is the machine gun shooting drill. Several variations and teaching points accompany this drill. Consistent practice drills, shown in this excellent DVD, will help your team take care of the ball!
78 minutes. 2007.
The majority of time was spent on shooting drills and there was not as much on the "no turnover" mentality that I would have liked. However, Bennett's discussion of the importance of taking care of the ball accompanied by the passing and numerical disadvantage drills were enlightening and have already proven useful in practice.
All of the Bennetts are good teachers,coaches, and people. I enjoy their dvds and this one was the same. I did however get some of the same stuff I've learned throughout my playing/coaching career. Perhaps the people that taught me learned from coach Bennett.
Good drills, very easy to teach. I've applied several to my practices and they've all been effective.
jack bennett does an awesome job of organizing his drills. his stuff is among the most useful of all productions.
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