The first six seconds of the shot clock can determine the outcome of the offensive possession. Mike Dunlap shows you how to make those six seconds count in this exciting DVD focused exclusively on transition offense.
Coach Dunlap shares insights and techniques on motivating players to attack the basket in transition. Using effective, easy-to-follow, on-the-court demonstrations, Dunlap delivers a detailed explanation of the three R's of effective offense transition-run out, read and react. He shows how to get the ball out of the net and push it quickly up-court to achieve the dual goal of pressuring and controlling the aggressiveness of the defense.
He covers techniques like proper spacing on the break and accelerating through the dead corners on the wings. He also stresses the importance of positive reinforcement to instill confidence and build stronger, smarter players.
An up-tempo game favors a well-conditioned team. To help your players achieve top performance, Coach Dunlap shares a three-lane running drill that will help them get a feel for running the floor hard. His blitz drill trains players to optimize scoring chances by reacting quickly but not hurriedly to defensive pressure.
Communicate better with players, instill a higher level of confidence and teach players to move more aggressively up-court with this excellent DVD from Mike Dunlap.
59 minutes. 2011.
With Coach Dunlap you will always get more about the process then the end product, meaning there is not a lot you will not have seen and some of it might seem very elementary. However, everything Coach talks about is important and you pick up a lot of tidbits on teaching, leading, communicating and how players learn the best. The video might be poorly marketed; there is not a ton of transition concepts, but again everything in the video is very valuable information. I'd lean towards a 4 but I can easily see how someone could give it a 3 based on the title of the video.
Mike Dunlap is an excellent speaker and there are a lot of great quotes and ideas on this video, however, if you are looking for a DVD that is going to show you lots of break options and things, this isn't it.
Most of the video is spent showing brake lanes and sprinting down the floor to spots. There is not a lot of transition basketball shown.
The best part of the video are the leadership points he makes. You can see a lot of that on the PDF that comes with it. The video is a little basketball thin in spots, but there are some nuggets you can take with you.
I did enjoy the video even though it wasn't exactly what I was wanting.
I'm sure he is a great coach but this is by far the worst instructional video
I have ever seen
,only reason I'm reveiwing is to save someone their hard earned money, wish someone would have warned me.Championship Productions replies:Coach,
We are sorry this product did not meet your needs. Please see our return policy for a possible return or exchange. As an alternative, take a look at this transition video from Jeff Price.(BD-03819)
Dvd teaches normal running lanes with Coach Dunlap adding sayings or quotes from top coaches as they relate to the break.
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