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- How To Defend and SHUT DOWN The Pick and Roll -- 4 Types of Coverages
- 1 on 1 Competitive Drill That Improves Weak Hand, Making Lay Ups, and Conditioning. And Reduces Turnovers While Improving The Speed Dribble
- Critical Youth Basketball Guidelines: From USA Basketball and the NBA
- Special Situations Backdoor Play - Great For End Of Clock Situations
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How To Defend and SHUT DOWN The Pick and Roll -- 4 Types of Coverages
The pick and roll is one of the most commonly used offenses throughout basketball. You’ll see the pick and roll run with 3rd graders all the way up to the NBA. This offense is commonly used because it forces the defense to make a decision every time a pick and roll is executed. Without proper defensive coverages, the pick and roll can destroy...
1 on 1 Competitive Drill That Improves Weak Hand, Making Lay Ups, and Conditioning. And Reduces Turnovers While Improving The Speed Dribble
We really like this drill because it fixes three really big pains for coaches… One, your team’s ability to make lay ups, especially breakaway lay ups. Two, reducing turnovers via the speed dribble. Three, developing strength and confidence dribbling with WEAK hand. Not to mention, it is a great way to work on...
Critical Youth Basketball Guidelines: From NBA & USA Basketball!
USA Basketball and NBA put out an official statement for youth basketball guidelines. For those of you following us since 2006, this isn’t anything new. However, it’s very...
Special Situations Backdoor Play - Great For End Of Clock Situations
This play should be used against a man-to-man defense. It is great for special situations, like the end of the quarter, out of timeouts, or even the end of the game. It clears out an entire side of the court for a back-door cut from a guard. In the video above, it was used to...
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