Learn the defensive system that moved St. John's from the bottom half the Big East in 2010 (6-12), to the top half in 2011 (12-6)--including a victory against the eventual national champion.
Mike Dunlap is widely known as one of basketball's leading strategists and on-court instructors, and he demonstrates why in this DVD. Coach Dunlap starts out with a "Review and Preview" presentation highlighting coaching tips for successful programs such as chasing ideas and understanding that your team is different every year, competitive spirit, and other great coaching concepts.
Dunlap initiates the defensive instruction in a unique way by showing actual game footage of the 1-1-3 against some of America's top teams. Important elements of this defense are sideline pins, extreme ball pressure, taking advantage of the sideline alleys, denying the high post and elbow, fronting the post, stunting, good rotations, and trapping.
After the game footage, Coach Dunlap goes into drill work on the court to teach the 2-2-1 full court press, which transitions into the 1-1-3 in the half court. He starts with 1-on-1 drills suffocating the basketball, 4-on-2 to teach ball pressure in the full court and converting to 4 O vs 2 D. Then, the team moves into 4-on-5 overload and defensive cutthroat before moving to the whole 1-1-3. Throughout the DVD, he emphasizes individual fundamental skills, including stance, specific hand skills and closeouts.
In order for any defense, zone or man to be successful, all players must move with the pass. Dunlap works this concept during his on court instruction and teaches the players the importance of "Sideline Pinning". The 1-1-3 defense will also help teams conquer basketball's most recent trend, the screen and roll offense.
By focusing on suffocating ball pressure, discipline with positioning, and rebounding intensity, Dunlap delivers the pieces you need to install the 1-1-3 defense--at any level.
This 1-1-3 is used to disrupt a team's offensive patterns and impact their greatest strengths. Coach Dunlap's complete knowledge of the system and his intense teaching style provide coaches with all of the tools necessary help develop this great defense!Produced at the Fall 2011 Omaha (NE) clinic.
98 minutes. 2012.
The video just isn't what its labeled as; theres some good buildup of the 2-2-1 and theres some solid overall defensive concepts but Coach assumes the viewer knows more then they might and a lot of things are glossed over for someone whos such a great teacher IMO. The teaching as usual is first class from Coach Dunlap, but its not what you might want.
If you want to learn what the dvd is selling, then do not buy this. A lot of talk and barely any breakdown on anything. Disappointed.
i'm an international coach currently based in london and enjoying the olympics. if you want to learn about an insistent coaching style there are some nuggets in this tape for you. but if you want to learn about the sprints and coverage rules in the 1-1-3 and any rules related to switching from 2-2-1 (or even when the two defences are used - on miss and make?) - then you'll get nothing but frustration from the tape. the title is misleading and imo should not remain on sale as it is.
This video is Average at best. Coach Dunlap spends way too much time talking and does not spend enough time with the 1-1-3 Man Zone Defense-which was my primary purpose for purchasing this video. I was expecting great things from ths video and that is the furthest thing I have gotten. I would NOT recommend this video to my fellow coaches. I have been coaching for 23 years and this vido was of little help-doubt if it would be of much help to the beginning coach.
I love this video! I disagree with the other reviews. There is a section near the begining where Dunlap shows video of his team. While St. Johns starts out in the press, the press is only used to run down the shot clock. It is not a press to make steals. This is not a video about the press at all. All of the possessions shown lead into the 1-1-3. This to me is valuable stuff for understanding the 1-1-3.
Next, there is a period where Dunlap does not specifically address the 1-1-3. However, he is teaching us key pieces to playing defense and I think a veteran coach can see that these are building blocks for when he gets into the 1-1-3. These pieces are awesome defensive teaching points period, whether you are in the 1-1-3 or not. I am sure though that Dunlap feels they are as important to the defense as anything else. I felt like they would help me install the 1-1-3 and make my players much better defenders.
Then Dunlap does address the 1-1-3 specifically in the later portions of the video. As he teaches it, many of the concepts presented earlier in the video play a role the proper execution of St. John's defense.
My belief is that all of this stuff, including his speaking points (which are incredible) are valuable to running his version of the 1-1-3. I really enjoyed this tape and got a lot of great stuff from it.
I agree with the previous review. This DVD has some great coaching points but spends very little time on the 1-1-3 zone. The info on the 2-2-1 press is also very general. The other information is great. A great breakdown of working with players and teaching them, some great defensive drills, and great coaching techniques. I would like to here more from Mike Dunlap.
This presentation is really about a full court press defense and spends very little time on the 1-1-3 zone defense which is misleading since the title is 1-1-3 zone.
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