Pre-season workouts are the springboard that helps develop good practice habits. This program is a combination of offense and defensive moves, drills and teaching points. By working on game shots, each player learns body mechanics, footwork and technique. Featured moves that Burrows covers include the step by shot, crossover move, two dribble moves and triple threat moves. Burrows shows how the triple threat position gives the player many options with the ball. He also talks about shooting under pressure and how practicing it develops a tough mindset. The first shot in this series is the straight shot. Other shots under pressure are the step by, crossover, two dribble shots, lay-up and the triple threat. Defensively, the close out drill is a staple in Burrow's catalog of drills. Drill progression goes from 1-1 to 2-2 in the half court. Pass denial, help and recover are two skills demonstrated during this drill. The 3-3 version of this drill introduces the help position taken by the weak side defender. Burrows also shares his philosophy and drills to develop post rebounding. Post moves include baseline drop step, top drop stop, baseline jump shot, middle shot, middle crossover and baseline step back. This program will develop skills, toughness and conditioning needed for the season ahead!
41 minutes. 2007.
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