'98 National Coach of the Year
Tubby Smith's four tenets of defense are: don't give up lay-ups, no second shots, contest all shots and force the opponent to make plays. His on ball defensive philosophy is keyed by good pressure and pushing the ball to the sideline. All penetrating passes are overplayed in addition to constant ball pressure. In this presentation, Coach Smith breaks down each defensive position in terms of positioning and responsibility. Trapping areas in this system are in the paint on penetration by the defender and the closest help defender. Ball penetration causes defensive rotation, which is highlighted by Smith as the ball is moved around. On a pass-by-pass basis, Smith analyzes the defense's goals, strengths and vulnerable areas. Being aggressive on defending in-bounds passes is another focus of this defensive system. Full court pressure includes ball pressure, back tapping and aggressive trap situations. Smith discusses the white press - good after a dead ball or made shot - and the black deny press. He also includes drills that teach many of the individual and team concepts needed to build this defense, including the 4-on-4 half court, which is a staple in his practice.
92 minutes. 2007.
Good information, but really didnt find anything new that I had not seen in his other defensive dvds.
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