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Bruce Pearl (Rental)-Quick Scoring Transition Game $15.99
When the opponent is weakest, you can learn when to attack! Learn how to use passing to speed up your break Your team can reach new heights! Learn from the best to lead your team to their best season! In each of his 30 years as a head coach, Coach Pearl's teams were the best in their league. His top scoring team averaged more than 101 points per game. His philosophy is to attack the opponent when it is weakest. This is when they are retreating from defense. Pearl explains the concepts, drills and teaching points that made Pearl's Volunteers an offensive force. After a missed or made by the opponent, transition offense is created. Transition basketball requires that the ball be in bounds quickly. The "circle", a technique that allows the point guard to open up for a quick pass from an inbounds passer, is used by transition basketball. The transition drill that is most important for transition is the 3-, 4- and 5-man fast break without defense. It is important to pass the ball as fast as possible. The drills include the 5-man break, 4-man break and 7 man break. Defenders are used for attempting to disrupt the break by mixing up coverage. 57 minutes. 2007
Bruce Pearl (Rental)-Pressure Defense & Sideline Out Of Bounds Plays $17.99
Pressure Defense and Sideline Out of Bounds Plays Bruce Pearl has won nearly 600 career games as a head coach adhering to a certain style of play that forces opponents to play his brand of basketball. Pearl’s style is working at Auburn, a program that has been resurrected after reaching the 2019 Final Four. The Tigers were the SEC tournament champion and advanced all the way to the national semifinals before bowing out. In this video, Coach Pearl covers a range of topics including creating a team identity, his pressure defensive system, and inbound plays that produce points. Pressure Defense If there is one thing Coach Pearl is known for, it is his famed 1-2-1-1 full-court press. His teams have always been good pressing teams so much so that opponents fear playing against him. Coach Pearl takes you through each player in the defense describing what type of player to use in each position, rules and responsibilities, and how to figure out which post player to put at the back of the press. Coach Pearl details things like the two types of passes that can beat the press, the best time to go for a steal, and where steals most often occur. Pearl will show you how to defend a variety of offensive formations, including 1-guard, 2-guard, 3-guard, and 4-across formations. The whole idea, of course, is to exhaust and disrupt opponents allowing your own team to be aggressive and control the pace of the game. Out of Bounds Plays In addition to the pressure defense, Coach Pearl also includes three sideline out of bounds plays that flow right into the flex offense that Pearl ran at Tennessee. He teaches you how to run each set against both man and zone defenses. Coach Pearl’s presentation ends with a discussion on pressuring and disrupting opponent inbound plays. Pearl shows you the art of altering an offense’s play design by influencing the timing and spacing of the offensive movement. Players jam gaps, maintain inside position, and guard “two-with-one” to put pressure on a defense. Rent this sideline out of bounds plays DVD today.
Bruce Pearl (Rental)-All Access: Bruce Pearl $39.99
Bruce Pearl has made so much amazing achievements in his life from taking Tennesse to its first ever Elight Eight appearance in 2010 and becoming one of only five active coaches at the time with 10 or more Sweet 16 appearances to his credit. He is one of the most successful coaches in the country at the moment. According to Pearl the best way to improve, learn and make your team better is to observe other coaches and their style of play. In the given videos, you will get full access to his early season practices that were related to his Elite Eight team. Fast Break Offense Getting back on transition is one of the most difficult thing to do in defense. You will see how much Pressure on the rim team and the Pearl himself put to improve the defensive skills. The players will be able to learn the fast breaks from coach Pearl. The breakdown drills and several other options are shown by coach Pearl to improve his players offensive skills on the court. He also tells players about the importance of trusting your teammates while rebounding and also emphasis on taking smart shots as well. This was the philosophy which helped the Tennessee side to become one of the most lethal and best offensive rebounding teams in the country. Pressure Defense Possessions on defense are very important if you want to create the freedom on the fast break. Full-court pressure technique is utilized by coach Pearl for this purpose. The coach beautifully breaks down his defense into different sections and it starts from ball entry and working on deflections and trapping. Drills The up-tempo play is what all coach Pearls drills are about. They are teaching and enforcing his brand of up-tempo play thats it. If you want to level up your transition offense and defense then look no further. As coach Pearls passing and shooting drills and other useful drills like the build up drills on defense will help you a lot. On the other hand, the positional drills will break down the offensive and defensive roles for post and perimeter players. Game Footage There is no doubt that Tennessee has beaten some of the best teams in the country just because of the Pearls up-tempo and ball pressure strategy. You will learn how Pearls offense and defense really work against tough opponents after you see the game footage of all those great wins.
Bruce Pearl (Rental)-The Encyclopedia Of The Full Court Pressure $19.99
Bruce Pearl's full court pressure defense: Everything you need to know Lecture session explains the philosophy and foundations of full court pressure defense Guideline for selecting the right player for your pressing system Bruce Pearl is well-known for his quick tempo and high court pressure. Although a breaking offense may set the pace, a full court attack by defense can help control it. The "encyclopedia" of PearlÕs court style is made up of parts of PearlÕs videos from Southern Indiana (DII National Champs, '95) and the University of Wisconsin, '05. It is split into three parts: a lecture where he breaks down defense; on court where defense is shown in a teaching setting; highlight footage where you can see his Tennessee teams using defense in game action. The "Building the defense" segment explains how to select each player for the pressing system. There are many benefits to Pearl's defense. It forces teams to change their style and makes them prepare for you. It can also help you score big and make a game open. And it takes out the opponent mentally and physically. You can use this full court pressure defensive system to manage the pace of games and not react to it. 126 minutes. 2007.
Bruce Pearl (Rental)-High Screen Options & Ob Nuggets $15.99
Bruce Pearl's late-game and clock situations are huge opportunities for his team. Pearl's initial offense is described in detail. This attack is based on optimizing each player's abilities at different areas of the floor. The read & react full-court offense makes use of all defensive decisions. The ball screen calls are two reliable options for this offense. A high screen and roll is the first play, which creates an inside seal opportunity for post players. The high screen and pop is another play. This spreads the floor out 1 in. It can also flow into continuity offense. Five unique set plays are unleashed by Pearl starting at the baseline. This OB series will result in a lob lay up, switch seal and hi/low seal. It also has a high/low backscreen and post pin. Five variations can be created by the box set alignment, all of which could lead to baskets. The pin down screen removes the guard from the top of the floor. There are three options: slip screens, down screens, and penetration. 40 minutes. 2007.