PAC-12 Coach of the Year Sean Miller covers everything you need to know to put even the best defenses on their heels! Combining footage from two clinics, Miller arms you and your players with aggressive methods for attacking pressure defenses.
Creating Space vs PressureGet insights on how to create space with change of speed, body contact, glide dribbling and change of direction to get the ball in bounds, open up the floor and create offense. In the Big-X Passing Drill, Miller simulates the chaos of half-court trapping defenses and works on attacking them in an organize manner by establishing simple rules for your players to follow.
Full Court In-Bounds SituationsCoach Miller takes you through full-court inbounds situations where you can and cannot run the baseline. Each scenario allows for three outlets to advance the ball up the court: sideline, middle, and the crackback. Miller's aggressive approach spreads the pressure thin forcing indecision on the defense.
Whether you are facing a 1-2-1-1 or a 2-2-1 zone press, Miller's press offense will get the ball inbounds and effectively into your offense. Down by one at the end of the game and need to go the length of the court for a basket? It's covered here.
Attacking Pressure Zones"Ping passing" keeps your players from over-dribbling against extended zone pressure. In Arizona's "Logo" set, the offense moves the ball from side-to-side looking to get it to the middle of the floor and forcing the defense to make decisions. Miller teaches you his "Flood" concept which guarantees open opportunities for open layups and three-point looks.
Order this DVD today and get the methods you need to attack any full-court pressure or trapping defense!
Produced at the Spring 2011 Las Vegas and Tunica (MS) clinics
86 Minutes. 2011.
There is a LOT of great stuff in this one, really nice value in terms of not being really all about one subject. The beginning material is a must watch and teach for young PGs on how to handle someone who is not going to let you walk it up, great tips and teaching for beating pressure. There are a lot of 5 on 5 scenarios gone over as well from full court pressure to half court zone pressure, really all of your bases are covered! I don''t love everything that was presented, but there are multiple formations and plays for everything and the concepts make a lot of sense and can be converted to fit your needs. I loved this one!
I really liked the information at the beginning of the DVD having to do with how to teach players techniques to beat tough man pressure. I think Coach Miller has some great concepts and explains them very well. The portions where Coach Miller shows his different press break and trap break formations I could take or leave.
The DVD is in my Top 5 of most informative and helpful. Sean Miller explains everything very well, tried the concepts with my team and saw an improvement immediately.
This is THE most useful DVD I've purchased for HS basketball instruction. Coach Miller explains techniques that apply to top D1 talent, but also can apply for middle school, freshman, JV and Varsity HS. His detailed breakdown of necessary skills to beat pressure made me a better instructor right away with my team. I've seen improvements from my players in games already. Like Miller says: "giving your players a method makes it easier for them to execute during intense game situations" (paraphrased).
This is a great video. I applied his techniques with junior high boys this year and my guards did not turn the ball over one time bringing the ball up the floor under pressure. These techniques give the kids confidence and understanding of what to do with pressure. Great tools to apply for any age team.
The concepts were explained well and then drills to reinforce them were shown. Sean's ideas to break different types of pressure defenses helped our team improve their ball handling skills and made them better players.
Very well done DVD. Lots of good drills that I used in practice with my players. The drills helped my players develop better ball handling skills and helped them against pressure defenses.
Great content, very well taught, followed great progression, and had many great teaching points & coaching points. This is a phenomenal dvd. This is a must for all coaches!!
This DVD is really good I watch maybe 5 times a week coach Miller is really great at explaining why each drill is used
The best DVD I have ordered from Championship Productions thus far. Sean Miller is a great teacher and the DVD has knowledge that is suitable for multiple systems. Great DVD, Thank you Sean Miller.
Tremendous. Miller is the best NCAA coach going right now in terms of a clinician and this is the best he's done. From individual concepts to team concepts, Miller provides a ton of useful stuff for coaches at all levels. One of the best DVDs around. Highly recommend. Coaches looking for additional resources on that matter should check out Don Meyer's tape w similar title
Coach Miller provided me with some good insight into how to help my players learn to beat heavy pressure. The DVD provides great methods I can teach my team to help them create space such as the simple change of speeds or the glide dribble. Great DVD with a ton of relevant and useable information.
Great dvd for a high school coach. Good info presented nicely that you can add to your system.
I thought this was one of your better DVD's. I thought Sean did a good job of showing some good ways to create space for the dribbler and also his ideas on beating full court pressure were helpful. Some good schemes and ideas that could help coaches at any level.
Good DVD... Best part for me is teaching how to get open and dealing with hard man pressure. That part is really well presented and a good help to any high school coach.
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