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Danny Manning (Rental)-Developing Guards For The Ball Screen Offense $17.99
Developing Guards for the Ball Screen Offense Learn to properly develop your guards for the ball screen offense from one of the game’s great players of all-time. Danny Manning, former star at Kansas and now the head coach at Wake Forest, shows you how to develop your perimeter players to play in the ball screen offense. Using on-court demonstrations, Coach Manning presents detailed explanations of proper footwork, screening angles, and attacks needed to develop your guards coming off of ball screens. Guard Play In an effective ball screen offense, ball handlers are required to do four things. They must have the ability to turn the corner, split a ball screen, refuse a ball screen, and stay out of potential trapping situation. Watch as Coach Manning uses a series of 2-on-2 drills to teach guards how to beat the different defensive looks played against on-ball screens. In this segment, Manning presents a method of attack for each scenario. These scenarios include: Getting around the edge Splitting the defense Beat a trap Refusing a ball screen Two dribble finishes Pick-and –Pop Screen Angles Screen angles are important in the ball screen offense and Coach Manning demonstrates five different angles that can be used in the half-court offense. The Middle Attack Pick, for example, is used to set up players to get around the edge of a defense. The Side Angle Screen opens up opportunities to get into the paint for easy scoring chances. For each angle, Manning begins the teaching process in a 2-on-0 and then progresses to 2-on-2. He emphasizes helping players understand reads as they come off of a screen. This helps to improve players’ basketball IQ and, in the end, produce more wins. Court Awareness Manning also spends some time helping to develop guards’ skills both on and off the screen. To develop court awareness, Coach Manning runs odd numbered shooting drills. These drills work on kick outs and the ‘catch and go.’ Players also work on pivoting with both feet, a lost art in modern basketball. Players also work on shooting off the dribble, jab steps, and shot fakes. If you are looking for a way to develop your perimeter players into offensive forces using the pick-and-roll, this 47-minute video from two-time NCAA champion Danny Manning is the way to start.
Danny Manning (Rental)-Advanced Skill Development For Post Players $19.99
Post Player Drills for Advanced Skill Development Teach your players how to dominate the post in this video from one of the great post players in NCAA history, Danny Manning. Now the head coach at Wake Forest, Manning shares a series of advanced drills designed to develop a post player’s all-around skills. Manning won a national championship while a player at Kansas in 1988. He also served as an assistant under Bill Self at Kansas before moving on to Tulsa where he won the 2014 Conference USA title and was named the conference coach of the year. Fundamental Post Player Drills In the video, Coach Manning begins with a breakdown of a fundamental but almost indefensible move – the jump hook. Manning takes you through five phases and shows you how to use the move to create easy scoring opportunities. Footwork is a key to becoming a great post player. From working the half-court to full-court sprint and seal, players learn the proper footwork needed to create scoring opportunities. Coach Manning uses 1-on-1 and 1-on-2 drills to teach post players how to read a defense and score in any situation. He adds a cardio element to the drill as well as a run-and-seal action to initiate it. Moves On The Block Players then move to the block where they learn how to master the shot fake. Manning emphasizes the shot fake with every move to take advantage of defenders and to draw the old-fashioned three-point play. You’ll see the Double Chop Drill where players learn to create separation by attacking the hip of their defender. Moves off the Block Continuing in the video, Coach Manning takes players off the block to work on jab steps, cradle dribbles, cheat steps, and crossovers. You will learn nine post moves players can master off the block. Players learn the footwork first and do it slowly so they do not develop bad habits. Coach Manning includes seven different hand-eye coordination drills to help develop your players’ hands. He uses a variety of equipment like tennis balls and medicine balls to put players through a dynamic workout. As Kansas’s all-time leading scorer, Coach Manning was able to score at will around the rim. In this video, he takes his knowledge and experience as an elite post player and teaches it to you. This is a must-have piece of any coach’s collection. Rent this Post Player Drills DVD today.
Danny Manning (Rental)-All Access: Danny Manning Basketball Practice $39.99
Danny Manning College Basketball Practice Plan Go inside practice to see a college basketball practice plan in actions. In all the practices, you will see individual defense, the 2-2-1 three-quarter court press, offensive sets out of a 1-4 high, transition game and so many more things. You are going to get live practices from the distinguished member of the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame and former Bill Self assistant, Danny Manning. College Basketball Practice One It all starts with the basics as the Practice one begins in the Wake Forest coaching system. They focus on both the parts on offense and on the defense equally. There are decent techniques for the defensive movements and offense is focused on a large scale as well. When it comes to the defense, the Coach Manning and his staff practice on the slides, that is just to make sure that every player is low to the ground and each player is making explosive movements. On the other hand, techniques regarding the closeout are also taught. The concepts drill is very handy and it covers a huge area as it focuses on the five of the core principles of man-to-man defense. This drill works on closeouts, defensive stance, denying the point-to-wing pass, fronting the post and reacting to the dribble while in help. For the offense, the Demon Deacons will review the sets out of 1-4 high alignment. The players will walk through the plays without the distraction of dribbling the ball without intent when it comes to the 5-on-0 setting. Well, the way Coach Manning teaches the strategy is very exceptional he only focuses only in terms of steps A,B,C but he also pushes the players to do more and analyze how to make defenses move to their advantage. The timing of cuts, the use of screens and the footwork is very important and the coaching staff gives huge importance to all these parts with each play. The disc will come to an end with the teams strength and performance training in the weight room. The Coaching staff and the Demon Deacons' strength coach will meet and both will then analyze how the team is performing and expending energy and also the impact of recovery days on strength and performance workouts. College Basketball Practice Plan Two When it comes to the 2-2-1 ¾ court press, which drops back into a 2-3 zone, the Coach Manning and the Wake Forest staff give a lot of attention and time to this court press. You will see and learn how the coach Manning runs press breakers against man-to-man full court pressure and man-to-man sidelines out-of-bounds ¾ court pressure. Now to the defenses you will see Coach Manning using the breakdown drills to improve your defenses and important actions like dribble hand-offs and staggered double screens. In the Shell Drill, the Demon Deacons will learn how to take away front cuts and react to baseline dribble penetration. The team will review and learn how to defend the back screens and flare screens in the 4-on-4 drills. In the Hurricane Drill, the Wake Forest coaching staff will make sure that the team gets plenty of shots. Multiple basketball will be used also in the fast-paced transition shooting drill. On the other hand, when it comes to the offense, the teams will be divided into guards and post players for skill development drills. The front pivots and reverse pivots scoring is handled by forwards. While the guards will work on coming off ball screens and pin downs. After all these practices and drills, you will learn to play as a team. Rent this college basketball practice plan DVD today.
Danny Manning (Rental)-Progressive Strength Training & Conditioning Warmu-ups For Basketball $17.99
Strength and Conditioning Warm-Ups for Basketball Strength Training and Conditioning video wtih Danny Manning. The basketball season is a long one and the best teams are able to sustain their efforts through multiple 36- (high school) or 40-minute (college) games and do so successfully. In this video, Ryan Horn, the director of sports performance at Wake Forest, pairs up with Demon Deacons head coach Danny Manning to show you how to improve players’ strength and agility all while minimizing the risk of injury. Coach Horn uses on-court demonstration to show you a series of simple exercises that he uses to get player ready to practice, play in games, and get through an entire season. Each of the exercises is simple and doesn’t require any extra equipment. The idea behind this workout is to build explosiveness and agility in athletes. At the same time, the workout helps to reduce the risk of injury. Strength Training and Conditioning 3 Stages Coach Horn’s presentation is broken into three stages. Stage 1 includes preparatory drills. These are drills that help players warm up and develop fluidity in their motions. They also prepare the body for the more difficult exercises to come. The Pogo Hop series helps enhance players’ reactive abilities. By using small hops in a variety of directions, these exercises help to strengthen the ankles, shins, and legs. The drills also prepare these areas of the body for more difficult drills later in a workout. Other preparatory drills include high knees and straight leg skips. The second stage of strength training and conditioning drills is the Combo Agility series, which works on developing posture and range of motion. Players go about 70 to 80 percent of their full effort in these drills. Slides and back pedals simulate movements in games. These simple drills can be done quickly, but the results can have dramatic effects on players’ overall performance. The final stage of drills is the Stop and Go series. These drills are high intensity movements that prepare athletes for games and double as injury prevention drills. Stop and Go drills teach athletes how to correctly decelerate, an important part of injury prevention. This 68-minute video is great for athletes at any level. The exercises are very simple to teach and do not require a lot of practice time. Your team can get stronger, faster, quicker, and prevent injuries in a short amount of time following Coach Horn’s guidance. Rent this strength training and conditioning DVD for basketball today.