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All Access Kansas Basketball: Passing, Rebounding, and Transition Drills

By adam.warner - Last updated: Wednesday, November 16, 2011

In this week’s edition of All Access, we take you back to Lawrence, Kansas for an exclusive look at a Kansas men’s basketball practice. Head coach Bill Self leads his squad through a variety of passing and fast break drills during one of the first practices of the 2009-10 season.

First, the team runs through the Pioneer Drill, a fast-paced passing drill, before moving into 2-on-1 Passing. The Jayhawks eventually get into some transition drills like the 4-Man Break and then finish up with the classic Shell Drill.

Pioneer Drill

This is a quick passing drill set within the confines of the paint. There are five lines of players and one minute set on the clock. Players must keep the ball up and in the air, never letting it hit the ground. They can keep the ball up by slight jumps and meeting the ball in the air. Players must count out loud on each pass and move to the end of the line once they have made the pass. This continuous passing drill gets faster and faster until the minute on the clock is up.

2-on-1 Passing

This is a keep away-style drill where it’s just two offensive players going against one defender. The offensive players are stationary and must use proper footwork and pass fakes to pass around the defender and across the lane to a teammate. Meanwhile, defenders must work on their defensive positioning, hands, footwork, and getting down nice and low to defend the pass. The passer moves on to become the defender.

 

4-Man Break

A coach initiates the drill by shooting and missing. The players fight for the rebound before transitioning up the court on a 4-man break. Each player touches the ball on the way up the floor. Players mix it up when it comes to shots, from layups to elbow jumpers to lobs down low. The key here is for players to push the ball up the floor fast and finish on the other end. Each group goes up and back.

Dummy Secondary

One at a time, a team of five goes up against a dummy defense for three reps. It starts with a rebound off a miss and a battle amongst teammates for the rebound. Once it’s settled, they immediately push the ball up the floor.

This first time up the floor, players can score anyway they want. After they push it back up the other way, they must step back and set up a quick offensive play against a dummy defense. The particular play here is called Stagger, where a shooter will come off a screen and hit a quick shot at the elbow. Now on the third time down the floor, the unit must attack the elbow, reverse it, and then throw it inside.

 

Shell Drill

Even the top college basketball programs in the country practice this classic drill. It’s 4-on-4 drill that starts with ball movement around the perimeter. When the coach shoots the ball, each player must block off and attack the glass.

Meanwhile, the defense changes its positioning based on passes. After 10-15 seconds of passes, there’s a shot by the coach and everyone crashes the boards. This is where the drill gets physical. The defense finds the nearest player and blocks out. The offense crashes the boards and looks for the offensive rebound.

The Shell Drill is a practical, useful drill that’s been used for decades across all levels. Elements of passing, sound defense, rebounding, and boxing out are all covered here — all within a game-like atmosphere.

 

The previous clips can be seen on Championship Productions’ DVD “All Access Kansas Basketball Practice with Bill Self.” Check out more all access videos by visiting our extensive basketball library.




Learn From the 2011 Men’s NCAA Elite Eight Coaches!

By mike.oconnell - Last updated: Saturday, March 26, 2011

Championship Productions would like to congratulate all the teams who made it to the Elite Eight for the 2011 Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament! Championship Productions is proud to say it has partnered with many of the 2011 Men’s NCAA Elite Eight Coaches on various basketball DVD projects.  Learn the systems, tips, techniques, and drills that these outstanding coaches implemented within their programs…taking them to the top!

1 seed- Kansas Jayhawks (Bill Self)
2 seed- North Carolina Tar Heels (Roy Williams)
2 seed- Florida Gators (Billy Donovan)
3 seed- Connecticut Huskies (Jim Calhoun)
4 seed- Kentucky Wildcats (John Calipari)
5 seed- Arizona Wildcats (Sean Miller)
8 seed- Butler Bulldogs (Brad Stevens)




Go to Practice with the NCAA Basketball Tournament’s #1 Seeds!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Wednesday, March 17, 2010

The All Access Basketball Practice DVDs show you how America’s top coaches organize and conduct the practices that have led them to a #1 seed in the 2010 NCAA Basketball Tournament!  Learn the tips, techniques, and drills that John Calipari, Pat Summitt, Bill Self, Mike Krzyzewski, and Geno Auriemma implement within their top seeded programs!

All Access Kentucky Basketball Practice with John Calipari
All Access Practice with Pat Summitt
All Access Kansas Basketball Practice with Bill Self
All Access Duke Basketball Practice with Mike Krzyzewski
All Access Practice with Geno Auriemma




2010 Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament Bracket Announced!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Monday, March 15, 2010

The pairings for 2010 Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament were announced last evening (March 14, 2010).  Many of the participating programs’ coaches have produced basketball DVDs with Championship Productions.  The programs / coaches include:

Kansas (Coached by Bill Self)
Kentucky (Coached by John Calipari)
Duke (Coached by Mike Krzyzewski)
Syracuse (Coached by Jim Boeheim
West Virginia (Coached by Bob Huggins)
Villanova (Coached by Jay Wright)
Kansas State (Coached by Frank Martin)
Pittsburgh (Coached by Jamie Dixon
New Mexico (Coached by Steve Alford)
Maryland (Coached by Gary Williams)
Purdue (Coached by Matt Painter)   
Butler (Coached by Brad Stevens)
Michigan State (Coached by Tom Izzo)
Tennessee (Coached by Bruce Pearl)
Notre Dame (Coached by Mike Brey)
Richmond (Coached by Chris Mooney)
Clemson (Coached by Oliver Purnell)
UNLV (Coached by Lon Kruger)
Gonzaga (Coached by Mark Few)
California (Coached by Mike Montgomery)
Northern Iowa (Coached by Ben Jacobson)
Louisville (Coached by Rick Pitino)
Wake Forest (Coached by Dino Gaudio)
Georgia Tech (Coached by Paul Hewitt)
Florida (Coached by Billy Donovan)
Missouri (Coached by Mike Anderson)
San Diego State (Coached by Steve Fisher)
Minnesota (Coached by Tubby Smith)
Old Dominion (Coached by Blaine Taylor)
Washington (Coached by Lorenzo Romar)
Robert Morris (Coached by Mike Rice)




AP Division I Men’s Basketball Poll – 2/15/2010

By nate.landas - Last updated: Monday, February 15, 2010

Championship Productions has produced several basketball DVDs featuring coaches ranked in the AP Division I Men’s Basketball Poll.  The latest Top 25 was released on 2/15/2010 and features:

1.  Kansas (Coached by Bill Self)
2.  Kentucky (Coached by John Calipari)
3.  Villanova (Coached by Jay Wright)
4.  Purdue (Coached by Matt Painter)   
5.  Syracuse (Coached by Jim Boeheim)
6.  Duke (Coached by Mike Krzyzewski)
7.  Kansas State (Coached by Frank Martin)
8.  West Virginia (Coached by Bob Huggins)
9.  Ohio State
10.  Georgetown   
11.   Michigan State (Coached by Tom Izzo)
12.  New Mexico (Coached by Steve Alford)
13.  Gonzaga (Coached by Mark Few)
14.  Wisconsin
15.  Texas 
16.  BYU
17.  Vanderbilt
18.  Butler (Coached by Brad Stevens)
19.  Pittsburgh (Coached by Jamie Dixon
20.  Tennessee (Coached by Bruce Pearl)
21.  Temple
22.   Baylor
23.  Wake Forest (Coached by Dino Gaudio)
24.  Texas A & M
25.  Richmond (Coached by Chris Mooney)




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