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Joe Wootten (Rental)-Wooten Basketball Camp: Footwork & Finishing Drills $18.99
Coach Wooten’s Basketball Camp: Footwork and Finishing Drills Developing players can help to grow your basketball program just as Bishop O’Connell (VA) HS head basketball coach Joe Wooten has proven. Coach Wooten has over 400 career wins and has coached five Virginia state independent champions. He brings a wealth of knowledge to the table and shares some of his secrets for helping players develop their footwork and finishing moves. In the video, Coach Wooten, who is also the director of the prestigious Coach Wooten’s Basketball Camp, shares a number of ways for players to get the ball to the basket. Along with the finishing moves, Coach Wooten spends some time on stationary moves to help players get into position to finish at the rim. Wooten is big on players having a variety of moves so they can confidently attack a defense in any given situation. Finishing Moves The most basic of finishing moves is the layup, a move that every player at every level should be able to execute. Coach Wooten explains the “how” and the “why” behind the layup. The finish actually starts much earlier than at the rim and Coach Wooten teaches players to create space first. Players can do so by ripping through with the ball and dribbling out in front to create space between themselves and a defender. Then, Coach Wooten gets into some high-level teaching of a variety of finishing moves. High Board Finish: players learn to use the backboard at various angles to score on drives against bigger defenders Euro Step: a deadly move that puts defenders in difficult positions Floater: all guards should be able to execute this move and it can help bigs too Pro Hop: an advanced move that will challenge beginners, but it helps to create separation between the ball and a defender Inside Hand Finish: a variation to the layup that can help players avoid getting the shot blocked Rondo: another advanced move that leaves defenders scratching their heads Stationary Moves As stated previously, Coach Wooten believes strongly in players learning a number of stationary moves to help them with their finishing moves. In the video, Wooten teaches the following stationary moves: Jab and Drive: players use a jab step to create space and deceive a defender while getting open Direct Drive: a fundamental move taught so that players get the most out of each attack Jab Reads: this is a drill that teaches players to use the various stationary moves they have learned Coach Wooten has plenty of experience in player development which has helped lead to his program’s success. There is a wealth of information in this video that can help you develop your own players in an effort to build your program.
Joe Wootten (Rental)-Wootten Basketball Camp: Moving Without The Ball & Using Screens $18.99
Coach Wooten’s Basketball Camp: Moving Without the Ball – Getting Open and Utilizing Ball Screens to Score One of the hardest things to teach basketball players is how to move without the ball. Joe Wooten, legendary Bishop O’Connell (VA) HS head coach, shows you athletes can get themselves and their teammates open in this on-court video. Wooten, who has over 400 career wins and five Virginia state independent championships, covers all areas of movement without the ball and will help your players raise their basketball IQ by teaching them to read and react to defenses. Whiteboard Session Coach Wooten uses the whiteboard to teach the reads that players will make. Wooten reviews cuts and screens and how players can get open. That includes curling off of screens, slipping screens, using back cuts, and getting open on the wing. Getting Open without the Ball While this seems simple enough, players need to be taught how to create scoring opportunities for themselves and their teammates. Coach Wooten goes over a number of movements players can use to get open including the L-cut, inside pivot, and the fake inside pivot. Coach Wooten also teaches how to get your teammates open. The Individual Movement Sequence teaches players to set screens and use cuts in 2-on-2 and 3-on-3 situations. Players are taught to read defenses in hopes of raising their basketball IQ. To help get teammates open, Coach Wooten goes through a series of screens. He teaches each screen, the screener’s job, and the receiver’s job. The screens and movements off the screens taught include: Drift Screen Down Screen Curling off the screen Reverse curls Fade cuts Pop outs Slips Ball Screen Drills The ball screen may be the most useful offensive strategy in basketball. Coach Wooten teaches players to read the defense as well as the goals of the ball screen offense. He breaks down all the reads for both bigs and guards and he teaches counters for defenses that hedge, flat hedge, soft hedge, and trap. For each defensive strategy, Coach Wooten teaches guards and posts what they need to successfully attack every situation. You will see a number of fun and competitive drills from Wooten that put all of his teaching into action. Regardless of the type of offense you run, Coach Wooten’s video has something for you. It will teach your players how to read defenses and is a must for your offensive library.
Joe Wootten (Rental)-Wooten Basketball Camp: Breaking Down Your Defender $18.99
Coach Wooten’s Basketball Camp: Breaking Down Your Defender – Ball Handling and Passing Drills Hone your team’s ball handling and passing skills with this skill development video from Bishop O’Connell (VA) HS boys head coach Joe Wooten. The son of legendary high school coach Morgan Wooten, the younger Wooten has collected over 400 career wins, five Virginia state independent championships, and three Virginia Coach of the Year awards. In this video, Coach Wooten shares a number of great drills to help players improve their ball handling and their passing skills, including his “Moves on the Move” series. Passing Drills Passing drills might be boring for players, but they are absolutely essential to developing a well-rounded game. Coach Wooten teaches a set of two-man passing drills that begin with fundamental passes and progress to more challenging ones. He also shows you a pressure release passing drill that can help cut down on turnovers. Players work on catching bullet-like passes in “Sick, Dying, or Dead,” another two-player drill. In the Rope Drill, players try and keep a pass “on a rope” as they progressively increase the distance of the pass. Wooten adds some competition in the drills to make them more challenging. Moves on the Move Coach Wooten’s Moves on the Move series addresses what players can do with the ball when attacking defenders. Some of the dribble moves that Coach Wooten reviews include: Slasher move: a hard, downhill attack Stop and Go move: a change of speed attack that can prove deadly Between the Legs: same as a crossover that can take advantage of a defender In and Out move: dribbler sets up a player then uses the move to put defender on his heels Combo moves: multiple moves that keep defenders guessing Each move is explained in detail and Wooten provides extra commentary to make each one deadly on the court. He also gets into when and where to use the different moves which helps players develop their basketball IQ. Ball Handling Series Coach Wooten shares nearly 50 different ball handling drills – some stationary, some dynamic. The idea is to build a player’s confidence in his ability to dribble. A player becomes more comfortable and confident with improved ball handling. Coach Wooten offers up a complete library of attack moves and passing and ball handling drills in this player development video. Your players will benefit from Wooten’s years of experience and have a full suite of moves to utilize on the court.
Joe Wootten (Rental)-Wooten Basketball Camp: Shooting, Defending, & Rebounding Drills $18.99
Coach Wooten’s Basketball Camp: Shooting, Defending, and Rebounding Drills Bishop O’Connell (VA) HS head coach Joe Wooten is back with over 20 drills to help players become better shooters, defenders, and rebounders. Coach Wooten has a long history of developing quality players in his program. He has coached five Virginia state independent champions, won three Virginia Coach of the Year Awards, and has amassed over 400 wins during his illustrious career. In this video, Coach Wooten addresses proper shooting form and offers up a number of drills that can be used in small or large group settings. He discusses some basic defensive concepts and closes his presentation with some rebounding drills that will make you rethink how you teach this skill. Shooting Where’s LA-BEEF? No, it has nothing to do with food. Coach Wooten uses the acronym LA-BEEF to teach shooting and how to develop consistent shooting form. He spends some time on the “A” which stands for attitude. Wooten addresses the mental aspect of shooting, which is often the missing piece when it comes to becoming a great shooter. Coach Wooten then dives into some of his best shooting drills for developing form. These include: Shooting off the backboard: players work on form and shooting from different angles Spot shooting: players learn to shoot the same from close range and long range 25 Made 3s: to develop range 20 makes at 20 spots: high repetition drill where athletes take game-like shots Shooting off fade screens: another game-like drill where players learn to shoot off a screen Defense Coach Wooten offers some valuable defensive drills and concepts and emphasizes his three keys to playing great defense: Heart: players must be willing to sacrifice to be a great defender Mind: players must know how to play the right way Feet: play defense with your feet and not your hands Wooten adds some quickness drills in this segment and while teams may play different defenses, Coach Wooten’s ideas and drills can be applied to any of them. Rebounding Rebounding is a skill necessary to become a great team. Coach Wooten likes to focus more on “going to the get the ball” than rebounding. This idea might be the most important of any rebounding drill or strategy. If players have a desire to go and get the ball, they can become good rebounders. Coach Wooten shares the Superman Drill, a basic rebounding drill that players must excel at to play for Coach Wooten. It is also a great conditioning drill. Wooten adds a second effort drill that should be done in every program. Coach Wooten is an excellent teacher as you will see throughout the video. He teaches each concept and drill in detail and can help you and your players become better shooters, defenders, and rebounders.
Joe Wootten (Rental)-Winning The Games Withing The Game: Special Situations & Shooting Drills $18.99
in This Video, Joe Wootten Will Help You Master The Art Of Attention To Details With His Smorgasbord Ways Of Winning Special Situations. In The Course Of The Presentation, Coach Wootten Will Take You Deep Into The "games Within The Game" With Emphasis On The Always Ignored Few Areas Where You Can Pay Attention To So As To Tap A Few Extra Wins On All Your Schedules. the Presentation Covered From Inbound Sets On The Baseline And The Sideline That Can Give You Multiple Scoring Options And An Easy Outlet, To Simple Ways By Which Players Can Be Taught How To Mark The Time And Then Score. Coach Wootten Also Illustrated Many Scenarios Which Unveiled The Difference Between A Win And A Loss. coach Wootten Also Showcased How To Use His "4 To Score" Half Court Offense To Defeat Any Junk Defense Or Tricks Of Any Team. “treating A Box-and-one Or Half Court Trap Like A Zone Is The First Step To Outsmarting Your Opponent,” Coach Wootten Said. You Will Also Learn The Skill That Will Help You Organize Your Team To Create Misdirection And Extend A Zone Which Will Leave The Weak Side Open For An Easy And Fast Break Opportunity. towards The End Of The Video, Wootten Demonstrated How Important It Is To Teach Your Players When To Commit A Foul, Force A Drive, And Also How To Penetrate A Full Court Defense When You're Looking To Keep The Hoop Out Of Your Opponent's Hands. With The Aid Of Color Coding System, Coach Wootten Walked His Players Through Every Situation And Ensured They Handled The Pressures Of Playing From Behind Comfortably. if You Are Looking For A Tip Or Bag Of Tricks That Would Help You Prepare Your Team For The Upcoming Season, This Video Is What You Will Need Steal A Few Extra Wins By Winning 'the Games Within The Game.'