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Keith Dambrot (Rental)-Full Court 1-2-1-1 Pressure Defense & Drills $15.99
Keith Dambrot: Full Court 1-2-1-1 Pressure Defense & Breakdown Drills Duquesne University head coach Keith Dambrot has an impressive resume that includes coaching LeBron James in high school and winning 21 or more games for 12 consecutive seasons while the head coach at Akron University. In this presentation, Coach Dambrot shares his smothering, full-court pressure defense. Being able to press gives teams the ability to control tempo, play catch-up if needed, and play more players. This video gives you the opportunity to learn pressure defense from one of the best mid-major coaches in the country. Dambrot won five MAC East Division titles and three MAC tournaments and was the conference’s Coach of the Year in 2016 and 2017. Using a whole-part-whole approach, Coach Dambrot talks about the main elements involved and gets into the rules for any trapping system. He discusses structure, alignments, and responsibilities for all players in the full-court press. Executing Full Court Pressure Defense Coach Dambrot then goes on the court to demonstrate the strategy behind his full-court diamond press. He breaks it all down into eight components: Trapping Fundamentals Anticipation fundamentals Positioning Flicking Run back Transition defense Outnumbered situations In addition, Coach Dambrot gets into the 2-1-2 press and discusses trapping angles, responsibilities, and overall alignment within both the “Base” and “Blitz” packages. Also addressed are defensive adjustments when facing a three-player offense compared to a four-player offense. To secure a late-game inbounds opportunity, Coach Dambrot demonstrates three plays to use against man-to-man full-court pressure defense. Each play has a deep option and each also has a safe option using different screening actions to get the ball inbounds. Dambrot also shows you a set for taking on a 1-3-1 half-court trap that uses a deep corner option to create some defensive indecision. All in all, this is a great DVD for those looking to add weapons to your defensive arsenal. Learn how to make decisions when pressing that lead to turnovers, points, and, ultimately, wins. Rent this Full Court Pressure Defense DVD today.
Keith Dambrot (Rental)-Winning Plays For Special Situations $18.99
Keith Dambrot – Winning Plays for Special Situations Basketball is a game of special situations and being prepared for them is the path for success. Former Akron and current Duquesne University head coach Keith Dambrot shares with you a wealth of wisdom and experience in dealing with those special situations. While at Akron, Dambrot led the Zips to 21 or more wins in 12 of his 13 seasons. He was the MAC Coach of the Year in 2016 and ’17. In this video, you will see 5-on-5 on-court demonstrations of everything from inbound plays to how to beat a 1-3-1 defense and much more. Coach Dambrot also addresses late-game situations. BLOB & Knife Two baseline out of bounds plays are demonstrated to get the ball to your best player. If the entry pass is taken away, Dambrot demonstrates a knife technique that attempts to get a wing into a gap in the zone. This is a technique that can be used against any zone defense. Match Up 1-3-1 Offense Facing a 1-3-1 defense is a special situation since many teams do not utilize it. Playing against a 1-3-1 can be a challenge especially with undersized guards. Given Dambrot’s expertise with the 1-3-1, he has developed ways for securing multiple entries and seals to beat it. You will watch as Coach Dambrot walks through the options to create space and get open shots against the 1-3-1. Pressing off of Missed Baskets Because of its difficulties, many teams do not press after missed shots. Dambrot explains how he designs rebounding to flow right into press defense. In addition to the press, Dambrot offers five additional plays for handling late-game situations. These are situations where you must advance the ball the length of the floor in less than seven seconds and get a 3-point shot. Dambrot also adds over 15 adjustments to these plays. Being prepared for special situations can lead a team to a few extra wins each season. Coach Dambrot addresses so many special situations that you will come back to this video time and again.
Keith Dambrot (Rental)-All Access: Keith Dambrot $39.99
Keith Dambrot Basketball Practice Disc 1 There drills that the players will work which will break down the man-to-man defense of Coach Dambort. With these drills his philosophy will become crystal clear to you. These practices will work perfecting the individual defensive techniques like the stance, on the ball defense, denying passes and also the closeouts. The segment is very exciting and you will get to learn lots of things like how to build on larger team concepts such as defending on the dribble weave, helping on dribble penetrations and also the Akrons famous 1-2-1-1 DIAMOND full-court pressure defense. In the minimal practice time, the drills will result in high number of reps. Furthermore, the practice will also work on the 2v2 and 3v3 defensive drills as well in which both the half and full court that work on effort, resilience, intensity and game-like situations. The game-like situations include providing help, guarding the post, defending the dribble actions and much more things. The practice will come to an end with the numerous offensive plays and actions series that will be run against the man-to-man defense. There will be movement and screening in the Knicks series that will put pressure on the defense to cover. On all the three days of practices, you will go through the demonstration of 5v5 and 5v0. The Xavier series and the 3-in offense will be demonstrated in the very first day as well. Keith Dambrot Basketball Practice Disc 2 Now you will learning some of the very important defending skills. The coach Dambrot continues from where he left off by teaching how to defend the ball screen. There is a defensive focused practice, in which in order to beat down screens, flare screens, stagger screens and ball screens, the player will explain a series of breakdown drills. All the defensive concepts from communication to positioning to defending the post through denial and double teams, the players will be learning each and everything in order to strengthen your defensive side. All these concepts are emphasized in the 5-on-4 full court drill and shell drill. In order to focus on the positioning and correct technique, the players will go through the Akrons four-man shell defense. After sometime, a fifth player will be added to this drill and now the team will be focusing on the digging and doubling the opposing post player after a post entry pass. The presentation of Coach Dambrot will go on with different play options which will include screening and dribble drive, in scrimmages against both man-to-man and the 2-3 zone defenses. You will also learn how the team apply and attack the full-court pressure during the scrimmages. Keith Dambrot Basketball Practice Disc 3 When it comes to the third Disc, the players go through a practice in which Akron team practice in front of a coaching clinic audience. There are some benefits for that like the Coach Dambrots will give a detailed presentation and will explain everything to the members of the audience. The players will also go through a series of defensive breakdown drills which will work on the technique involved in on-ball defense and great closeouts. You will also learn the strategies of learning several off ball and on ball screens defending. Rent this basketball practice DVD today.
Keith Dambrot (Rental)-Keith Dambrot: Zone Offense And Quick Hitters $15.99
To get the defense out, use misdirection Improve your movement against the zone You can use the strengths of your team and create quick hitters that you can use against any zone defense Keith Dambrot explains his strategy for attacking zone defenses. He talks about the challenges you face when playing against zone defenses, as well as his strategies for creating zone offense quick hitters in Akron. His philosophy is to throw the ball in the high post, make the ball more man-tom, less finesse, and use misdirection in plays using ball screen plays. He also believes that you can flow into your zone offense from the fastbreak. He will demonstrate two methods to flow into your zone offense from the fastbreak using simple continuity or ball screen action. Coach Dambrot shares over 10 quick hitters he uses to attack the 2-3, 1-2-2, 1-1-3, and 1-3-1 zones. These plays can also be used from the frontside of the back and include counters as well as variations. Dambrot also provides a few plays that can be used against zone defenses and man, which are great for situations at the end of the game, as well an out-ofbounds baseline play. These are simple, quick, and easy to remember. Dambrot stresses the importance of adjusting your zone offense to your personnel's abilities. Dambrot also designed his quick hitters so that they can adjust their action depending on the opponent's coverage of certain offensive actions. He wraps up discussing out-of-bounds play end line and then shows you a few of his favorite plays to give your team a great shot. 68 minutes. 2010.
Keith Dambrot (Rental)-20 Drills To Prepare Your Team For The Season $18.99
20 Team Basketball Drills to Prepare Your Team for the Season Prepare your team for the coming season by practicing the way you will play. It’s a big part of the philosophy of Duquesne head coach Keith Dambrot. The former Akron head coach who was the MAC Coach of the Year in 2016 and ’17, Dambrot presents a number of team basketball drills and ideas you can use to prepare your team for the upcoming season. Using on-court demonstration, Coach Dambrot shares with you defensive fundamental drills, combination drills, offensive drills, and more. Coaches at all levels can use these drills to maintain the momentum of a practice Defensive Drills Starting from the ground up, Coach Dambrot demonstrates a number of defensive drills that will improve players’ stance and footwork. Closing Out: players work on sprinting to the mid-line Deny the wing: a simple denial drill Help and Recovery: players defend the gap and recover to their man Post defense: full fronting of the defender and recovering on the line and up the line Dig downs: players help the post when the ball is entered Ball Screen defense: players face three different screen situations and defend them One of Dambrot’s best drills is 5-on-4 which teaches players to “fix it.” Players must figure out how to defend when in a disadvantage situation. Communication is key in the drill. This drill and the “fix it” mentality are the reasons why Dambrot and Akron was always among the nation’s defensive leaders. Defending Screens Coach Dambrot presents two drills to learn how to defend every screening action possible. Players learn the phrase “absolute vision on the ball” and learn how to rotation to trap or hedge screens. Players get multiple reps and learn to defend every screening action you can think of – down screens, flare screens, and stagger screens. Offensive Drills Two of Dambrot’s defensive drills cross over and work the offensive side of the ball as well. Peter’s Drill: an odd-number build up transition drill where players run up and down the floor in an attempt to take advantage of numbers Shaka’s Drill: players learn to pass out of a double team and find open players when dealing with pressure Coach Dambrot also shows you the Beilein Drill where players use ball screens in an up-tempo offense. Players sprint up and down the floor executing three types of ball screens. A few twists are added to keep opponents guessing. Dambrot includes shooting drills that can be installed into your practices as well. Rent this team basketball drills DVD today.
Keith Dambrot (Rental)-Fundamental Drills That Build Champions $15.99
Keith Dambrot: Fundamental Drills that Build Champions Don’t waste valuable practice time! Pick up the pace! Current Duquesne University head coach Keith Dambrot shares the same practice drills he used when he coached LeBron James at St. Vincent-St. Mary’s High School in Akron, Ohio. These same drills produced back-to-back state champions and seven straight 20-win seasons at while Dambrot coached at the University of Akron. Coach Dambrot begins his presentation with the defensive drills he used to warm up his team. These drills teach some of the basics of Dambrot’s defense. Basic defensive skills like closing out, denying the wing, fronting the post, help-and-recover, and digging the post are worked on first. Then, it’s on to defending the down screen, flare screen, back screen, and how to defend the screener. You’ll see Dambrot go through the very intriguing Circle Trap Drill. The drill teaches both how to trap and how to manage the trap all in one, a valuable time saver. If you have ever been frustrated with your players for traveling or for missing a pullup jumper, Dambrot has a series of finishing moves for you. Watch as Coach Dambrot stresses proper footwork and finishing at the rim. You’ll see footwork for one-dribble layups, pullup jumpers, floaters, lunges, and step-throughs. Players that practice these skills are more likely to make them in game situations. You will see that Coach Dambrot presents an exciting way to teach the game of basketball while focusing on fundamentals and details that help both players and teams improve. Coaches at any level can benefit from Coach Dambrot’s presentation as could players who might better understand what a coach is looking for in offensive and defensive fundamentals.