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Christopher Collins (Rental)-Duke Basketball: Quick Hitting Actions For Motion Offense $15.99
Duke Basketball: Quick Hitting Actions for Motion Offense Current Northwestern head coach Chris Collins spent over a decade as an assistant at Duke, where he played in college, learning the ins and outs of the Blue Devils’ highly effective, quick-hitting offense. In this video, Collins shares 10 different actions. They are fast-paced, short executions based on a quick read of a defense. One initial read can result in up to ten different options for a total of over 50 scoring opportunities. Each action set is based on the initial pass from the point guard. There is no set pattern of passes or any repetitive movements in these actions. This is to ensure that the defense has no time to get set and cannot predict what your team is going to do next. After the initial pass, there will be four to six options available to create a scoring opportunity. Collins presents 10 fundamentally sound and strong movements that is sure to improve your team’s overall play. Wide and Corner: Attack the defense by passing ahead in transition. Both Wide and Corner attack a defense before it has time to set up and offer support with help defenders. Exchange and Shallow: A dribble entry to the wing initiates both of these actions that are used to counter aggressive wing denial. Hand offs and ball screens force the defense to scramble on the weak side. Release and Flash: When defenses overplay guards, get the posts involved in these actions. Back cuts and post flashes take advantage of vulnerable defenses that attempt to pressure guards. Through and Circle: These sets prevent your team from standing around using movement to create passing and scoring opportunities. Up and Down: These sets occupy defenders and encourage a quick ball reversal which can lead to scoring opportunities. Both sets force action on the weak side with screens. With the number of options available in these actions, you should be able to find something that you can use and build into your own offense. With minimal effort, you can easily modify any of Coach Collins’ actions and suit them to fit the strengths of your individual players.
Christopher Collins (Rental)-20 Keys To Winning: The Madison Memorial Way $15.99
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Christopher Collins (Rental)-Duke Basketball: Competitive Shooting Drills $15.99
Duke Basketball: Competitive Shooting Drills Northwestern University head coach Chris Collins has helped create plenty of effective shooters by training them at game-like intensity and having them take game-like shots. Collins is a former associate head coach at Duke and former U.S. Olympic Men’s Basketball assistant. He has trained the likes of Jason Williams, a two-time national player of the year, J.J. Redick, also a two-time national player of the year, Gerald Henderson, and many more. In this video, Coach Collins shares his knowledge of shooting and shows you a series of 10 competitive shooting drills. These are the same drills that helped make Duke one of the top shooting teams in the nation year after year. What Collins is able to do is help coaches maximize time and space to keep players constantly moving and not waiting around to take their next shot. Shots are broken down by position. There are shots for posts, guards, and wings. Using on-court demonstrators, Collins shows you a post series to develop finishing moves around the rim. The goal is to simulate a defender as players practice the different shots. To get players loose and ready, Collins shows a shooting series drill. Once players are warmed up and ready to go, Coach Collins starts with the Penetrate and Kick Series. With each drive, players learn to play off of one another as they move around the perimeter for open shots. Continuous Penetrate and Kick is a drill where players compete against the clock or each other to hit game-like shots and game-like intensity. Next, Coach Collins teaches how to pass effectively out of the post and relocate for a better shot. You’ll see different types of actions that players can use here. Once mastered, Collins adds screening action with posts and guards to simulate game-like situations. Players learn to play off of down screens and flare screens and how to post up as a guard. The 5-Minute 3-Point Shooting Drill is one that players love. Shooters move around the perimeter and race against the clock to record a set number of makes. The competition forces players to improve their shooting consistency and effectiveness. The drills also serve as a great conditioner and help players learn to shoot when they are tired. The drills force players to get plenty of game shots from game spots with game-like intensity in a relatively short amount of time. In the end, it will pay off on game night.