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Kevin McGeehan (Rental)-The Adjustable 3-2 Match-up Zone Defense $17.99
The Adjustable 3-2 Match Up Zone Defense Learn how to take your zone defense to the next level using the strategies of Campbell University head coach Kevin McGeehan. The Fighting Camels have a strong history of good defenses under McGeehan who uses on-court demonstrations to show you his matchup zone. By mixing traditional man-to-man concepts with the rim protection of a zone defense, Coach McGeehan-led defenses have a propensity for taking away dribble drives and ball screens. Coach McGeehan’s presentation begins by reviewing the basics of each position on the floor. Each player has a specific duty beginning with not allowing any easy shots, containing dribble penetration, and blocking face-cuts. McGeehan takes you through 1- and 2-guard fronts and how to match up against them and how to defend the post. 3-2 Match Up Zone Defense Drills With the basics covered, it is on to how to defend the various offensive alignments and actions that you would most likely see. Using a 5-on-5 Shell Drill, you will see how to handle cutters, screens, and the skip pass. Coach McGeehan also points out where help defense is needed against the various actions. Offenses facing a matchup zone will attempt to distort the zone. Coach McGeehan shows you how his teams maintain their shape, which is a key to its success. Coach McGeehan also explains how to defend the five most common offensive attacks against his matchup zone. These include 4-out 1-in, Carolina Screens, ball screens, “V,” and 1-4 High. Using Coach McGeehan’s philosophy of the 3-2 matchup zone defense, you will be able to confuse and frustrate opponents on offense. McGeehan’s defense is easy to install. Man-to-man coaches will find that because of the strong ties to man defense, McGeehan’s matchup zone can be used as a secondary defense making your team even harder to scout. Opponents will have a difficult time trying to figure out how to beat this defensive system. Rent this 3-2 Match Up Zone Defense DVD today.
Kevin McGeehan (Rental)-The Spread Motion Offense $17.99
The Spread Motion Attack Offense Campbell University head coach Kevin McGeehan shares with you the spread motion attack, an offense that allows coaches to play their best five players regardless of size. The spread motion attack was developed over time and is a combination of Pete Carrill’s Princeton offense with NBA-style ball screens and even a little dribble-drive motion sprinkled in. Coach McGeehan gives you a detailed on-court demonstration of the offense that will help you teach your players how to space the floor and create scoring opportunities. Philosophy Coach McGeehan begins by discussing the philosophy of the spread motion offense and how it evolved. What he shares here will help you adapt and adjust the spread motion attack to your system. One of the biggest components of the offense is how it seamlessly adjusts from a 1-2-2 setup to a 4-out-1-in setup. From the basic setups to spacing and backdoor cuts, Coach McGeehan reviews the offense step by step. Setup & Execution Coach McGeehan continues with the 1-2-2 setup as well as the 4-out-1-in setup and explains various entries and scenarios. He simplifies the entire offense into a number of if-then scenarios. The actions he shows get the ball into the high post and create multiple scoring opportunities by screening away. Different screening angles will create different offensive options, but the basic action allows players to score via backdoor cuts, open jumpers, dribble handoffs, ball screens, and more. Coach McGeehan also gives you variations to the basic sets that counter certain defensive tactics. The idea behind the spread motion attack is to put your best players in positions where they can effectively read a defense and create a scoring opportunity. Coach McGeehan’s video will teach you how to transition into the basic sets of the offense and play through a number of options. Over time, your team will develop a high basketball IQ and become very difficult to defend.
Kevin McGeehan (Rental)-Individual Drills & Team Drills $17.99
Open Practice: Individual Drills & Team Drills Campbell University head coach Kevin McGeehan opens up his gym for an open practice presentation that gives watchers a look at a comprehensive, goal-oriented practice. Coach McGeehan shares his insights on goal setting and the reasoning behind it. You will see a practice from warmup to its conclusion with an emphasis on fundamentals, attention to detail, and team communication. As you will see, the practice is just part of the bigger picture. Drills Practice begins with a warmup, which Coach McGeehan sees as critical. He believes that you can maximize this session of practice by implementing skill work. The “warmup” period consists of a session of skill work followed by a team warmup that also includes skill work. All of the drills used in practice serve a purpose and play a role in the ultimate goal. Shooting drills are not just shooting drills; they are breakdowns of the offensive strategy. The same is true of defensive drills which complement the program’s overall defensive strategy. Coach McGeehan also introduces you to how he uses advanced statistics to improve the overall quality of his team. Spread Motion Offense Coach McGeehan then gets into his spread motion offense, which begins with 5-on-0 work where the emphasis is on execution, timing, and spacing. The drills move into 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 and become more competitive. The “Pirate Drill” is an outstanding 5-on-5 drill that forces your players to transition into defense quickly. In another segment, Coach McGeehan show you Campbell’s matchup zone defense against a 1-4 setup. You will learn how the defense rotates and switches. Advanced Statistics The final segment of the video is all about how McGeehan and his staff use advanced statistics in practice. You will see what the staff tracks, why they do it, and how they use it to motivate players. By analyzing players practice performance on a daily basis, coaches and players can gain insight into their strengths and weaknesses. This is a fantastic presentation from an up-and-coming coach on the use of “add-ons” to improve practice drills in an effort to take a program to the next level.