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Multiple Scramble Pressure Defense for High School Basketball



Multiple Scramble Pressure Defense for High School Basketball

  • Currently 3.71/5 Stars.
3.71/5 Stars (7 Reviews)


Description

with Dan Ninham,
former Cass Lake-Bena (MN) High School Head Coach,
2005 Minnesota HS Coach of the Year

Dan Ninham's stifling pressure defensive system has yielded the nation's second best record of consecutive 100-point games with eight. His constant baseline to baseline defensive pressure has forced opponents into an average of 31 turnovers per game. Ninham introduces three contrasting defenses with a high, mid, low and fire option for each. A unique combination of full court, _ and half court alignments keeps the offense on their heels with ball pressure, traps and pass denial. Specific spots in the back court and at mid court are designated for two-man traps. The glass wall and mirroring the ball are concepts that optimize every trapping situation. He also provides drills for stealing and trapping. What appears to be organized chaos is an orchestrated and efficient system of attacking the ball and forcing turnovers. This system of pressing creates high possession games and the ability to score easy baskets. By committing to this system, your team will soon be pushing the century mark every time out.

61 minutes. 2008.




Ratings & Reviews

Multiple Scramble Pressure Defense for High School Basketball
on October 3, 2012
  • Currently 1/5 Stars.
1/5 Stars

by Anonymous

This dvd was not at all what I was expecting from reading the other reviews... Beyond the fact that his coaching style and voice was extremely monotone and boring, his information was very basic and did not do anything that isn't widely used by many other coaches. I was expecting something great and came away disappointed. Also, he chooses to leave the guy open that is nearest the ball when he traps, which I found very interesting. Why trap if you allow an easy reverse pass back to the middle of the floor? He claimed that he was leaving the farthest guy away open but he definitely wasn't. Waste of time and $ in my opinion! By far the worst dvd I've purchased from here. Do not buy!

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Multiple Scramble Pressure Defense for High School Basketball
on June 2, 2012
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
3/5 Stars

by coachMitchell5044

It has already been mentioned that the video quality is quite poor. You don't get to see all players in the defense for most of the DVD which leaves you guessing as to whats going on. With that said, some of the concepts are helpful. We will be using some of it, but the main concept that bothered me was the idea of letting the ball swing to the other side. He did this slowly, but in a game situation that ball swing (in my experience) is quick and can hurt you.

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Multiple Scramble Pressure Defense for High School Basketball
on December 8, 2011
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
5/5 Stars

by Anonymous

I reccomend this product for any coach! It was easy to use, explinations were clear and the use of players were excellent. Any coach out there that has a talented and athletlic team should make this a part of their library!

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Multiple Scramble Pressure Defense for High School Basketball
on September 7, 2011
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
4/5 Stars

by Anonymous

This is an on-screen demonstration DVD by an excellent coach who, while droll in his presentation, is an able teacher. I like that the players used are normal players and not superstars. The scheme he advocates works except, as pointed out by another reviewer, that the scheme allows the reversal pass in the half court. "Thumbs down," your basic scramble D, as described by Coach Larranaga and so many others, is designed to intercept the reversal pass in the half court. We will be implementing his 2-2-1 full and half court 2-3 multiple trap approaches on the Varsity and JV levels, but with modifications that should make them even more effective. Bottom line: Very good and instructive DVD which is not the final answer, but it opens your eyes and gets you on the road and surely can be invaluable for athletic but not skilled teams, and very effective for everyone else. Good and valuable addition to my library.

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Multiple Scramble Pressure Defense for High School Basketball
on July 22, 2011
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
3/5 Stars

by PaulVeltre964

It's always good to hear what other coaches are finding success with doing. There are concepts in this DVD that are interesting and have some value but may not be suitable for all programs. Why trap & scramble, but allow the next pass?

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Multiple Scramble Pressure Defense for High School Basketball
on October 30, 2009
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
5/5 Stars

by KellyPierce46

I thought the multiple scramble defense was well done. The concept of the defense is very good and the techniques for which Coach Ninham teaches the defensive concepts is very well done. There is no arguing the success coach has had with this defensive system. If you want a scramble defense with a multipl eof looks, this is your defensive system.

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Multiple Scramble Pressure Defense for High School Basketball
on October 7, 2009
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
5/5 Stars

by Anonymous

I thought the Multiple Scramble Defense was very informative. Coach Ninham did a great job of breaking down and describing the reasons for mixing up trapping situations and how to execute those situations. Very informative and could be implemented at youth levels to stress ball pressure, or at the college level to give varying defensive looks. Worth the investment

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Multiple Scramble Pressure Defense for High School Basketball
on March 19, 2009
by Lonnie Kragel, Championship Productions

Coaches,

Thanks so much for your review. We appreciate your kind comments about Coach Ninham. He is clearly a very knowledgeable coach as his video and his record indicate.

I apologize for the video work in this product. We are making the necessary adjustments to our production process to ensure the highest quality in every product.

As always, if you are not completely satisfied with a product, please return it for a refund or exchange. See the "Worry Free" Shopping section of our website for more information.

If you have further questions, please email me at Info@ChampionshipProductions.com or call 800-873-2730.

Thanks again for the reviews.

Lonnie Kragel
Product Development Director
Championship Productions

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Multiple Scramble Pressure Defense for High School Basketball
on February 28, 2009
by BB2802

The shooting on this video could have been better. I did pick up a couple things from it though. I will say that 99% of Championship's products have good shooting. Also, the sample clips help to see what the video is like before buying.

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Multiple Scramble Pressure Defense for High School Basketball
on December 27, 2008
by JimYu34

I really liked Dan Ninham's philosophy on defense and you can really tell he is a student of the game. He's influences are: Bruce Pearl (pressure defense), Jim Larranaga (scramble defenses), and Bob Huggins (on the line, up the line).

However, I am disappointed not with just this video but several videos shot or produced by Championship Productions.

I could care less on how or what Dan Ninham looks like. I am more concerned on what all five of his players are doing while he's instructing.

Translation - I don't need close ups of Dan Ninham's mug while he's instructing.

Dear cameraman, ever heard of a wide shot? What good is a video on full and 3/4 court defenses if you can only see half the court?

My 15 and 16 year old team managers can shoot better video.

Another suggestion for improvement, add a diagram/brochure/pamphlet so we the customers can atleast see what the cameraman missed - such as alignments, shifts in the defense.

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