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  • A simple and easy to install ball screen offensive system that is perfect for teams with multiple ball handlers
  • Improve your players aggressiveness on the boards and develop moves to finish around the rim
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Building a Ball Screen Offense

with Rob Senderoff, Kent State Head Coach;
led team to consecutive MAC regular season championships

Up and coming Kent State Head Coach Rob Senderoff shows how he teaches and runs his effective ball screen offense. With on-court instruction, Coach Senderoff walks through the many different actions that make this offense so successful. He also addresses why this offense works, what to emphasize as you teach this offense and shares drills to use as you build the offense in your practice. After viewing this session, you'll be able to immediately implement the Kent State Ball Screen offense.

Though many offenses can be challenging and time consuming to teach, the ball screen offense is simple and can be mastered in a relatively short period of time. Coach Senderoff begins with a discussion on why this offense should be used. For example, for teams with multiple ball handlers, this type of offense is effective at allowing them to create offensive opportunities. It also can create great post-up opportunities. If there are four players on the court who can shoot, many open shots are created after they have set the ball screen. Weaker players can be hidden with this offense as well.

Using an on-court demonstration, Coach Senderoff builds each phase of the Kent State ball screen motion offense. He shares two warm-up drills that incorporate the pick-and-roll and pick-and-pop action into your offense. He teaches three main ball screen options-side, shake, and flat. He also provides a detailed look at the 3-out 2-in ball screen offense along with a 4-out 1-in ball screen offense centered around guards with speed.

Included in the presentation is a unique set that shows how a team with only one strong ball handler can still run this offense. The "flat" set aligns fours players on the baseline with a skilled guard at the top of the key with the ball. A post then sprints to the screen presenting terrific scoring opportunities.

With each option, Coach Senderoff outlines how defenses will attempt to guard your ball screen action. With each defensive alignment, he demonstrates counters that will leave opponents dragging their feet as they watch shooters blow by to the rim. He shows how to simulate different situations with players as they go through the offensive development of the ball screen system. Discover ways to take advantage of what the defense is giving when players learn how to better read defensive movements.

This DVD is also ideal for high school coaches who want to implement a ball screen offense. Using the strategies presented here, players will learn how to attack their opponents with ease and simplicity.

Produced at the Fall 2012 Cleveland (OH) Clinic.

63 minutes. 2013.

Skill Development for Post Players

with Rob Senderoff, Kent State Head Coach;
led team to consecutive MAC regular season championships

As an assistant coach for the past 15 years, Coach Senderoff has focused on post players. Over that time, he has created a progressive system for developing well-rounded post skills for any offensive system. Featuring over 14 drills and variations, this DVD offers challenging workouts to build post players confidence and moves in the post.

Coach Senderoff builds a complete post player from the ground up starting with the player's ability to handle the basketball to create space in the post for a scoring opportunity. He uses everyday equipment to work post players harder around the rim, making their normal motions in a game easier and more fluid. With each drill, players develop an aggressive mentality that includes finishing off two feet, ripping strong to the rim, and chinning the ball before creating a scoring opportunity.

The hook shot, which gives the offensive player a chance to protect the ball, is one of the fundamental shots that Coach Senderoff stresses. After an initial warm-up series of hook shots, Coach Senderoff teaches players how to counter this simple move. He continually stresses that post players don't need several different moves; they simply need a few moves to counter the basic hook shot. He goes on to teach a few simple counters that will be effective in almost any situation.

Coach Sederoff's complete "Chair Drill" series is designed to give post players confidence to be successful at finishing around the rim against any opponent. He shares a go-to move and a counter move with and without a dribble. These techniques will make post players an unstoppable presence against any defender.

In the "Duke" series, players gain another level of scoring in the post as they learn to face up and look to attack the rim using jabs, bump fakes, rip throughs, and footwork around the rim.

Whether it's the fundamental warm-up routine or the in-depth look at key aspects to being successful in the post, Coach Senderoff's drills and insights will build stronger, more successful players. Athletes who are willing to work hard and train with an open mind will develop the necessary skills to make them an unstoppable force in the paint.

Produced at the Fall 2011 Cleveland (OH) Clinic.

79 minutes. 2013.


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