The key to player development is drill progression. Coach Crean illustrates how this progression occurs, going from an individual mode to a 1-0, 2-0, 3-0 and 4-0 progression. Explosiveness is the focus to every drill Crean demonstrates, and all drills are designed to put each player in a position to score. Ball handling drills are a vital part of this development. Using cones on the floor, players work on seven drills to change speed and direction. The 2-0 perimeter/post drill works on the inside/out game. A second ball is put into play so the perimeter player works on entry passes, flare screens, go cut and the Houston cut. Every possible game type situation is a part of this multi-purpose 2-0 drill. Post players are taught to post big, finish strong, and "punch in" on the weak side. Post spacing is a technique taught when the post defender is straight behind or in full front. A key skill is two step separation, where the post player separates from the defender. Perimeter players learn to fade at the point of the screen to separate from their defenders. Other key skills are the middle drive, spotting up and two step separation. Crean concludes with his weak side series. The 4-0 progression puts all of the smaller pieces together into a cohesive offensive attack.
73 minutes. 2007.
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Very good video. Has a lot of great information but I know I will have to adapt some drills to my situation (not as many coaches or managers). He gives options for the guard after making a post entry. Also does a good job explaining post spacing on dribble penetration. He combines a lot of skills in his drills to maximize time. It can be confusing because he goes real fast, but after a few views I know I learned a lot. With my level of players I know I will have to pull apart the drills and do them in pieces so they will be understood by my players. A lot of quality information though. Definitely a a video I will refer back to.
The video quality was very good but the quality of the coaching was poor. Most of the drills cannot be used by high school coaches. The drills use a good deal of managers to run any of them which is not realistic about how to run a normal practice for other coaches that do not have 10 extra people at a post drill. He also does very little teaching of what he actually expects from the position exactly.
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