By nate.landas - Last updated: Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Hall of Fame Coach, Bob Knight, provides detailed instruction on how to set an efficient down screen. An effective screen will allow you to receive an open shot and/ or disrupt the defense which will create other open options. In this video, Knight covers the options the screener has once he attempts to execute a screen.
Coach provides detailed instruction that involves one defensive player and one offensive player. The reads and technique are shown in detail and coach Knight emphasizes the use of slipping the ball screen off of a simple down screen. Coach moves from various points of the court showing multiple variations of the down screen utilizing the slip screen.
By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Bob Knight had collected over 900 career wins and knows that good offensive teams have a strong ability to be able to screen their opponents effectively. This will create open shots and tilt the defense in a manner to create other open options. Coach Knight provides detailed instruction on how to set an efficient down screen.
Athlete Movement: One defensive and one offensive player will run through various scenarios and concepts involved in a ball screen.
The player receiving the screen needs to set up the screen
By nate.landas - Last updated: Wednesday, April 30, 2014
In 1984, Bob Knight, coached the USA Olympic Men’s Basketball Team to a gold medal in the Summer Games in Los Angeles. Over his collegiate coaching career, Coach Knight won over 900 games at Army, Indiana, and Texas Tech. Listen in as Hall of Fame Coach, Bob Knight, talks about coaching philosophy and what he believes should go into winning. One of the big factors, which he believes goes into being successful as a team, is to define roles among your players.
Teaching Points: Coach Knight believes it’s critical that each player should be aware of his or her’s strengths and weaknesses. It is important to adjust your style of play to your personnel. He also stresses that you need to communicate with each player and make sure he or she is aware of what he or she needs to do, or not do, to put the team in position to win.
By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, November 1, 2013
Here is your chance to learn from two legendary coaches in men’s and women’s basketball! Bob Knight and Geno Auriemma provide athletes and coaches with tips on a variety of basketball topics. These videos will help you and your team become a better program during the season as well as increase your chances of post-season play!