Kevin Boyle knows the challenges that smaller, less athletic teams face. Now he delivers the tools you need to turn perceived weakness into strength.
Boyle provides multiple offensive sets, defensive concepts, and out-of-bounds pressure releases to help your team stay competitive against bigger, more athletic teams.
Motion Offense:Watch as Boyle shows you how to spread the court high and wide against a more athletic team. With four basic rules of the 4-out-1-in motion offense, he demonstrates each one of the rules on the court.
To build the Motion Offense, Boyle provides seven breakdown drills designed to drive and kick for open looks, he demonstrates a backdoor series, and various looks you will see off of screens.
Princeton Set:Proper execution of screens and backdoor reads can slay any tough opponent. While pressure defenses rely on denying passes to the wings, Boyle shows you the Princeton 2-3 alignment that can be used as a pressure release, allowing for easy baskets in the half-court.
With seven breakdown drills for this set, you can counter any defensive pressure. With an assortment of back screens, down screens, and dribble hand-off drills, players will be in position to take open shots all over the floor.
Defensive Drills:Boyle shares his philosophy on how to defend a bigger team and what you can do to use their size against them. With six defensive drills, he shows you how to apply full-court pressure, recover from being beaten in transition and what to do in special situations against elite athletes that will limit your opponent's offensive touches and shorten the game to work to your advantage.
This DVD is a must have for any team that lacks superior size or athleticism. Use the concepts Kevin Boyle teaches to compete against any team and slay the Goliaths in your league!
Produced at the Fall 2010 Orlando (FL) clinic.
76 Minutes. 2011.
I thought this was a solid video that gave me a lot of general concepts to explore further on being successful with undersized players. You will get some basic motion principles to spread the floor and play off dribble penetration. He will also give you a couple options from a set play that utilizes your big at the high post. He includes a lot of breakdown drills for both of these offensive options which I really liked. On defense, you get just some general ideas of how to be effective. He does breakdown some concepts for a man-to-man press. Again, Boyle does a good job of giving several big concepts to pursue with an undersized team. If you want specific information on how to implement these ideas, I would encourage you to look for a more dedicated video on 4-out motion (Sherri Coale, Jamie Dixon), Princeton offense (Pete Carril), or man-to-man pressure (Shaka Smart).
Of all the Kevin Boyle DVDs this was my least favorite. Save your money! Heads up!
Long been a fan of Coach Boyle and think a number of his DVDs on here are quite good (attacking zones particularly), but was very disappointed with this DVD. Felt there was very little substance. The subject matter, winning with undersized players, is one of particular interest but this DVD failed to really address it (coaches should instead look at Brad Stevens tape which is tremendous). Think the world of coach Boyle (and of champ productions), but was very disappointed with my purchase
I found many useful tips and instructions on this DVD. Kevin Boyle does an excellent job explaining and demonstraiting various techniques and strategies. I would reccomend this dvd to any coach.
As a high school coach this video was definitely applicable. At some time, all teams come across a situation where they are over matched and must know how to win with undersized players. Coach Boyle had some great ideas that were well-presented and easy to understand. I plan on purchasing more of Coach Boyle's videos in the future.
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