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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)




Roy Williams, UNC Land #1 Recruit (Harrison Barnes)!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Sunday, November 15, 2009

Harrison Barnes, the #1 boys basketball prospect, will play college basketball for Roy Williams at North Carolina.  Barnes, who is considered the most complete offensive player in the country, averaged 19.7 points per game, 8.8 rebounds per game, and shot 60% from the field.  He led Ames High School to a 26-0 record and the Class 4A state championship.




Kansas’ Men Tops Preseason AP Division I Basketball Poll!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Bill Self‘s Kansas Jayhawks will start the 2009-2010 season ranked #1 in the AP Division I Top 25, followed by Michigan State, the 2009 NCAA tournament runner-up.  The preseason Top 25 includes:

1.  Kansas (Coached by Bill Self)
2.  Michigan State (Coached by Tom Izzo)
3.  Texas 
4.  Kentucky  (Coached by John Calipari)
5.  Villanova (Coached by Jay Wright)
6.  North Carolina (Coached by Roy Williams)
7.  Purdue (Coached by Matt Painter)
8.  West Virginia (Coached by Bob Huggins)
9.  Duke (Coached by Mike Krzyzewski)
10.  Tennessee (Coached by Bruce Pearl)
11.  Butler (Coached by Brad Stevens)
12.  Connecticut (Coached by Jim Calhoun)
13.  California (Coached by Mike Montgomery)
14.  Washington (Coached by Lorenzo Romar)
15.  Michigan
16.  Ohio State
17.  Oklahoma
18.  Mississippi State
19.  Louisville (Coached by Rick Pitino)
20.  Georgetown
21.  Dayton (Coached by Brian Gregory)
22.  Georgia Tech (Coached by Paul Hewitt)
23.  Illinois (Coached by Bruce Weber)
24.  Clemson (Coached by Oliver Purnell)
25.  Minnesota (Coached by Tubby Smith)




Roy Williams Secondary Break

By nate.landas - Last updated: Monday, June 8, 2009

Roy Williams, Head Basketball Coach at the University of North Carolina, has implemented the classic Dean Smith secondary break…but has put a little more energy into it.  Below is an article in Sports Illustrated on the secondary break: http://vault.sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1104040/index.htm

Interested in implementing the secondary break?  Check out Coach Williams secondary break basketball DVDs:

Roy Williams: Secrets of the North Carolina Secondary Break
Roy Williams: Tar Heel Offense & Transition Drills




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