and Steve Wojciechowski,Duke University Assistant Basketball Coach; National "Defensive Player of the Year" ('98), 2X "All ACC," holds Duke's 2nd highest single season steal total (82)
For the past 25 years, Duke has been known for some of the toughest post players in the country - they have all studied and practiced the developmental drills presented in this excellent production. The stronger the interior, the stronger your entire defense will be! Coach Krzyzewski provides the overview and background for each section and Duke assistant coach Steve Wojciechowski teaches the drills and techniques on the court. Wojciechowski begins the post player workout with an active warm-up -- the warm-up is an opportunity to get loose while working on ball handling, passing, and short jumpers. Wojciechowski goes over a series of drills designed to enhance your post players' abilities "to the max," including: half-court snap shots of interior defense, drop step, jump hooks, screens, and other shooting drills. Throughout the entire production, you will receive insight into how Duke develops ball denial in the post, developing "rebounding machines," low post moves, extended post moves, and screening (on the wing, high post, and baseline). Also clearly explained are the techniques and strategies to help pivot players grow in skill and ability, with special emphasis on foot skills. In order to have a great defensive team, you must have great interior defenders -- this is the workout your team needs!
43 minutes. 2005.
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Decent video. Shows a nice practice plan with bigs by warming up with ball handling then gets into post stuff. However, a lot of the post drills in the video are ones that are created from their offense. If you''re looking for basic post moves and post play insight, this isn''t for you. But if you run any version of Duke''s offense with screening on and off the ball, then this could be useful.
All in all this video was very useful. I especially liked the one drill that focuses on defending the post. It tests the post defender, by requiring him to react to the movement of the ball from ball side to help side. Wojo puts the Duke post players through these drills. There is very little Coach K in this DVD. I also liked the ball handling and passing drills that Duke uses for its post players.
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