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Greg Lansing (Rental)-Defense Drills $18.99
Open Practice: Defense Drills Defense is always a hot-button topic among coaches at all levels. In this open practice video, Indiana State head coach Greg Lansing takes you through a full practice full of drills that will make your defense better. Coach Lansing hits on three defensive fundamentals and much more that will help your players become better individual defenders thereby making your team defense stronger. Shell Drills Learn how to run the shell drill three different ways to teach concepts such as defending ball screens, doubling the post, and playing defense in transition. Defend Ball Screens: Coach Lansing shows you how to defend ball screens with his over action. The on-ball defender fights through the screen while the screener defender helps before recovering. Double the Post: After an entry pass, the post puts the ball on the floor. This is when the double team occurs. When the ball comes out of the post, a scramble situation is taught to close out on the ball. Full Court Shell: This is a three possession drill with full-court man defense. The defense must communicate in order to get matched up and into proper help position. Closeout Drills Coach Lansing shares four drills that teach a different form of closeout depending upon the situation. All players must be able to closeout to take away an opponent’s shot. The drills include the Diagonal Closeout which teaches technique in closing out to gaps in the defense and on a skip pass. The Three Line Closeout is a drill with constant motion and serves as a good warmup to begin a defensive session. Toughness Drills to Teach Blockouts A culture of toughness is built through two drills that teach blockouts and the value of outworking your opponent. Morningside is a 2-on-2 drill that works on blocking out and finishing through contact. 5-on-5 Blockout is a structured drill that allows coaches to choose an exact spot for a blockout to occur. Transition Drills Coach Lansing takes his team through full-court drills to train defensive transition and recovery. You will see how the drill flows into a few back-and-forth possessions before it is stopped and Lansing corrects his athletes and offers a few adjustments. The 11-Man Drill and Full-Court Shell are used to improve transition defense. This video offers the basic fundamentals of defense and a number of drills that can develop both individual and team defense. Take your defense and rebounding to the next level with Coach Lansing’s high-intensity and highly informative open practice video.
Greg Lansing (Rental)-Offense Drills $18.99
Open Practice: Offense Drills Develop your program’s offensive skills with the help of Indiana State head coach Greg Lansing. In this open practice style video, Coach Lansing puts his team through 13 individual and team drills designed to promote offensive success. With an intensity and attention to detail rivaled by few, Coach Lansing builds the foundation for offensive success with drills that cover ball handling, footwork, team drills that teach the motion offense. Skill Development Drills Coach Lansing shows you six drills you can use as a warm up to get players moving at the start of practice. These drills help improve passing, ball handling, and shooting. The passing drills, like 4 Corners, emphasize improving skills such as the jump stop, pivoting, catching, and communication. Moving without the ball is a skill all players must have. Coach Lansing uses the Make 15 drill to teach players to get open against defensive pressure. Players use a bounce pass to score off of a backdoor cut. Players then work through a series of cuts while trying to make 15 consecutive layups. The actions taught in the drill are adaptable to any offense and include the following: V-Cuts Passing and Receiving Pivoting Making and Passing to the backdoor cut Finishing in the half-court Offensive Breakdown Drills Lansing then gets into Indiana State’s offensive system and shows you five breakdown drills that teach it. You will watch as Coach Lansing emphasizes precision passing, cutting, feeding the post, player movement, and pushing the ball in transition. All of the drills are done at game speed and force players to compete and be precise. Multiple drills work on feeding the post versus defensive pressure as well as spacing the floor to work on perimeter movement. The Quick Swing Drill works on using fast reversals to find an open shooter when the defense collapses into the paint. One of Lansing’s favorite drills is Space Up Shooting. The drill breaks down how to space off of drive and kick movements. Players also use ball screens, quick swings, and post feeds as part of the drill. It is one of the many Lansing uses to teach offense. His full speed approach to practice can surely benefit your program with an amazing intensity and attention to detail.
Greg Lansing (Rental)-Motion Offense Skills & Drills $17.99
Motion Offense - Individual and Team Skills & Drills Greg Lansing took over the Indiana State program prior to the 2010-11 season and promptly guided the Sycamores to the 2011 NCAA tournament. Indiana State won the Missouri Valley Conference tournament that year and much of the program’s success is due to the showcase of drills Lansing uses to train his players on offense and defense. In this video, Coach Lansing demonstrates 14 drills that players can use to increase their skill level. You will see everything from basic two-ball dribbling drills to a half-court attack the rim drill. In addition, players learn the fundamentals of defense starting with learning to stay low in a basketball stance with the head and hands up. Defensive Drills After a series of buildup drills, Coach Lansing demonstrates three awesome transition defense drills that help increase a player’s awareness in the open court. You will also see full-court drills in which advantage and disadvantage situations are created. These help players communicate effectively and consistently to protect against easy baskets. Coach Lansing then gets into nine different drills designed to improve individual and team defensive skills. Players work on close outs, help side defense, on-ball defense, and more. Learning the finer points of defensive play can help a team get better at limiting opponents’ scoring production. Offensive Drills After the defensive drills, Coach Lansing turns his attention to his motion offense. You’ll see a set of drills that work the different aspects of the offense. Coach Lansing’s version of Motion does use screens but it also relies on the options available with all the cuts that are used. Five cuts/actions within the 4-Out/1-In motion offense force defenses to continually chase offensive players. The dribble drive is also incorporated into the offense. Lansing’s version of the motion offense is great against pressure defenses and keeps opponents guessing. The drills are designed to help players pick up on defensive reads and develop their basketball IQ. Coach Lansing provides solid instruction on how to perform each drill as well as points of emphasis for each. This presentation is a must-have for coaches looking to develop highly skilled and intelligent basketball players. Rent this motion offense DVD today.