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Keno Davis (Rental)-3--2 Extended Match--up Zone $15.99
With 2008 AP Coach Keno Davis, learn the secrets to basketball's 3-2 match up zone defense Strategies and tactics to develop the 3-2 match-up area Demonstration active hands and communication to improve team defense Coach Keno Davis believes that offense leads to defense. Players can quickly defend by running specific lanes and end up on the correct defensive side of court. This spread 3-2 match-up is a great way to quickly convert from offense to defense. Davis emphasizes that this zone is built upon solid fundamental man-toman principles. The shooting ability of the opponentÕs perimeter players will determine ball pressure. The 3-2 match-up is won by covering the right areas. These areas include corner trapping, corner trapping and post double down with 4 or 5. Corner coverage with mismatches is also important. Davis uses drills to reinforce the principle of active hands, communication, and active hands to build this defense. Screening against the zone is one offensive strategy. This defense can cover all on-ball screening actions with specific coverage and teaching points. The match-up of 3-2 can cover set plays, baseline runner, high post coverage, and two-guard front. 53 minutes. 2008.
HoopsKing (Rental)-Space & Pace Basketball Offense $18.99
Space and Pace Ball Screen Offense Use this Ball Screen Offense to get wide open 3s. If you want to keep pace with basketball offense, you need to understand spacing the floor, tempo, and how to get players in position for 3-point shot attempts. Central Michigan head coach Keno Davis offers you an introduction to the modern offense that emphasizes the 3-pointer and spreading the floor. Coach Davis was the MAC Coach of the Year in 2015 and has led the Chippewas to three postseason tournaments. In this ball screen offense video, Coach Davis teaches you how to use space to create scoring opportunities and how to set up mismatches by using ball screens to put your players in advantage situations. You will also see how Davis uses statistics to provide feedback to his team and to predict success. Space & Pace Coach Davis breaks down everything you need to know about space and pace in this segment using whiteboard illustrations and on-court demonstrations. You will learn how to transform your team into a fast break machine and how to constantly put pressure on defenses with a primary and secondary break. In addition to tempo, you will see how Coach Davis places players on the floor so that they maximize their effectiveness on offense. He will also show you a variety of ways to get the basketball in the hands of your best players in areas on the floor where they will have success. Coach also shows you some of his favorite set plays with options in addition to sharing how to break down and sequence reads so that your players play with poise and confidence. Using Space & Ball Screens A key to setting up your offense for success is pulling an opponent’s shot blockers away from the rim Coach Davis shows you multiple ways to do so in this segment. You will see great detail on how to use single and double ball screens to create more space to take the ball to the basket and/or get more open 3-point looks. This 67-minute video is full of ways to create scoring opportunities for your best players using both space and pace. If you are looking to improve on offense, Coach Davis presents you with the necessary tools to get it done. Rent this Ball Screen Offense DVD today.
Keno Davis (Rental)-All Access: Keno Davis $39.99
Basketball Practice 1 There are numerous basketball drills shown by the coach Keno Davis that will develop your transition offense and defense. A simple 2-on-0 and 2-on-1 drill are used by the coach Davis to work on catching the ball in the transition and explaining the importance of finishing strong around the rim. After that, he will develop the transition game into 5-on-0 segments where the players will do some sprinting on the floor and will try to finish in transition or will move right into their motion offense. The players will watch films as well and this way the players will have a better understanding of different drills and practices. The coach will make you understand key points and will outline the use of stats and how vital it is to get better and make progress on every single day. You will see how Davis takes full advantage of his practice space and time while being in the station break. These small learning segments are very important and will help you get better eventually and these small segments focus on cutting to the hoop, using effective pump fakes and also finishing around the rim. He will also make you understand the importance of defense. From ball pressure to help the player to basic defensive principles to stunt and recover, you will understand each and everything. The practice 1 will come to an end with the 5-on-5 break out session in which the players will work on offense side which include cutters and quick hitters. Basketball Practice 2 When the players make their way back for the second practice session. You will be able to see that the players are learning and developing individually with the help of pre-practice break-out drills used by the coach Davis. The drills are very special as these drills allow the players to get up lots of shots at game spots within their offense. The post players face lots of challenges as well that will build their intensity level for practice. Coach Davis will work on offense, defense and fast break play and it brings the whole team back together. The coach is very hard working and explains everything very deeply like the demonstration of the 5-on-5 segments where the players will review their offensive principles and will see where they are going wrong. When in the 5-on-5 segments, he will work on perfecting his offensive sets and motion offense against a live defense. You will get to learn lots of things in this practice session and you will be able utilize your assistants in practice that will help your players get a different perspective for the offensive and defensive concepts. Basketball Practice 3 The third part of the practice is all about coachs clinic. Keno Davis and the Central Michigan Universitys Chippewas will take you through a clinical process. So, what will happen here exactly? Well, the coach will walk you through the usual practice, but this time it will open up the floor for more demonstration of why they run a certain drill, offensive plays or the defensive match-ups and what will happen after this drill and all. A stat board will be taken out as well that is used in the practice and with the help of that the coach will make you understand how you have been performing and will show each and every stat possible. This will let the players know of their shortcomings and they will understand the learning process better. With every passing drill, the coach Davis will make you understand the points of emphasis, things to watch for and yeah how to correct mistakes during the drill. The coach makes full use of the scrimmages in the half court in order to make his players play with energy, passion and intensity. It includes explanation of different things and drills like the use of pads during a finishing drill, breaking down the reasoning and responsibilities of their 3-2 zone defense or walking you through the several offensive series such as cutters. Rent this Keno Davis basketball practice video today.
Keno Davis (Rental)-The Davis Full Court Pressing System $15.99
Keno Davis reveals the court pressing system that has plagued offenses across the country and has been a staple in the Davis family's life for many generations. Protecting the back of the pressing defense is crucial and is the first step in building this press. Coach Davis provides a detailed description of each player's role in the press. Different coverages are provided based on the ball position and the offensive's strategies. Davis covers all of these scenarios on the ground. Defensive transition is the priority, regardless of whether you are pressing full court or half court. We will go over the trapping strategies and teaching points. The 45- and 55-pound presses are defensive tactics that can lead to opponent turnovers and bad shots. This pressing system drills show how the pieces fit together. 53 minutes. 2008
Keno Davis (Rental)-Spread Dribble--drive Motion Offense $15.99
With 2008 AP Coach Keno Davis, learn the secrets to basketball's spread dribble drive motion offense. Strategies and tactics to develop the spread dribble drive offense Demonstrations of late-clock plays and reversals for improving your team's offense Spread offense is best when there is a defensive rebound and an aggressive quick break. Keno Davis' offense places maximum pressure on defense and can lead to opponent defenses being changed. Coach Davis starts with the outlet pass and a specific lane responsibility in offensive transition. If possible, it is encouraged to take advantage of any early offensive opportunities. Each player can immediately run his lane from their designated zone spot. The 5-0 break is a warm up drill that then leads to live 5-on-5 play. Early action depends on the defense once the ball is in the half court. Davis offers a few options. Once the ball is reversed twice, he shares a special play called "dribble spread". The court spread allows the offense to choose its driving opportunities, such as getting to the basket or a dish to a three-point shooter. Spread offense also offers the special "2" play. 47 minutes. 2008.