Coach McDermott shares the sound philosophies and drills that have put McDermott-coached teams 'on the radar' in the world of college basketball. A believer in balance, McDermott feels that the game is played from the waist down. The jump stop is completely broken down and is a building block of good players. Good balance comes from proper pivoting and athletic stance. Teaching players to get open on the block requires technique footwork and fundamental movements. The basic post moves McDermott demonstrates are the drop step, the jump hook, the step-through and the Sikma move. He includes the head and ball fake while staying in an athletic stance. Two-ball pick up, back-to-the-passer and bad pass drill are excellent drills to work on these moves. Guard development is the second segment of this DVD, and includes eight drills that focus on improving guard play. Another weapon is the jab series including the jab and go, jab and crossover, jab and pull back, and jab-crossover-step back. Solid teaching and a commitment to developing players allows Coach McDermott to build winning programs quickly. This DVD will provide you with philosophy, teaching points and drills to develop your own winning tradition!
72 minutes. 2007.
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This is a great video for post development. Coach McDermott does a good job of going step by step of when/why/how a post should play. Guard work is not as good. I recommend this for the post wanting to take their game to the next level.
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