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Damon Stoudamire (Rental)-Perimeter Skill Development: Drills To Build Scoring Machine $19.99
Perimeter Skill Development: Drills to Build a Scoring Machine with Damon Stoudamire As today’s modern game has developed into a game of dribble-drive based offensive attacks, the demand for perimeter players with a wide variety of skills has increased. Players must be able to handle the basketball while creating space and ultimately blow by defenders on their way to the basket. In this video, one of the most explosive scoring guards of his era, Damon Stoudamire, conducts an individual workout session that features over 35 drills that work on such skills as ball handling, footwork, individual moves, and shooting. Stoudamire, now the head coach at Pacific University, was the 1996 NBA Rookie of the Year and played 15 years in the league. The drills that he presents in this video are those that helped him achieve those goals. Individual Workout Drills Coach Stoudamire presents more than 35 different drills all aimed at one thing – developing the complete, unstoppable perimeter player. Stoudamire takes you through a gamut of drills that cover everything a perimeter player needs in his arsenal: ball handling, creating off the dribble, footwork, and shooting off the dribble. The drills include: Footwork: Six different drills that feature “Euro” based shot types Shooting: Six drills that train shooting touch off the dribble Combination Drills: 17 drills featuring 1-on-1 variety that combine ball handling with individual move sets 10-point Game: This teaches players to take what the defense gives them rather than attempt a preplanned move. Players learn to read defenses which helps them do the same in live game situations. Stoudamire, who earned the nickname “Mighty Mouse” as a player, teaches a wide variety of moves including the inside-out crossover, the “Euro” step, the step-back, and many more. It was these types of moves that helped Stoudamire, who lacked size, score freely against most any defender. Watch as Coach Stoudamire unlocks the secrets to creating explosive perimeter players that become scoring machines!
Damon Stoudamire (Rental)-Point Guard's Command Of The Pick & Roll $19.99
Open Practice with Jim Larranaga: Ball Screen Offense Looking for ways to use the ball screen effectively? Look no further than University of Miami head coach Jim Larranaga’s playbook. In this video, Coach Larranaga, who was the 2013 AP College Basketball Coach of the Year, offers you a look inside how he uses ball screens in his offense. While most coaches understand the simple ball screen, the use of multiple ball screens is difficult for defenses to stop. Coach Larranaga shows you how in this video using whiteboard diagrams and on-court demonstrations. It all starts with screening action in transition and in the secondary break. With each screening action, you will see three opportunities to score: the point guard on a drive to the rim, a 3-pointer from the perimeter, or an open post player. Coach Larranaga explains each screen, each cut, and each setup. Coach Larranaga then moves into the half-court offense and emphasizes using space. You will see how to create space in the post using a ball screen and isolate your best wing and post players on one side creating a two-man scoring threat. The half-court offense continues with the double ball screen, flat ball screen, and a look at the popular “Horns” set used by several NBA teams. Coach Larranaga walks you through each option and how to counter when a defense takes away the first option. Using on-court demonstrations, Coach Larranaga teaches the basic installation of his ball screen offense. He will show you 13 different set plays using ball screen actions, the same ones he reviewed in the whiteboard presentation. Coach draws up both 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 situations so you and your players can visualize reading and reacting off of a screen. Larranaga even throws in a bonus, the “Zipper” action that is popular in the NBA today. He shows you how to incorporate it into your offense. The ball screen offense, when used properly, will confuse opponents especially when screens are used from different angles all over the court. Coach Larranaga is one of the best when it comes to the ball screen. Learn it from one of the game’s masters in this 71-minute video.