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Larry Brown (Rental)-All Access: Larry Brown $39.99
Disc 1: Develop your guards' ability to attack with dribble penetration Learn to transition into the SMU pick and roll offense or various entry sets This Disc 1 is all about working on the teams basketball IQ level. You will watch coach Brown introducing you his shell drill that is very useful for both defense and offense. There will be several things covered in the shell drill set. In the sets, team will be working on cutters, screens and post ups. Disc 2: Develop a full court style of play with the "Carolina" and "Father Judge" transition drills Learn offensive sets and actions such as "Split" and "Double" in a half court 5v0 drill Discover a great way to enter into your offense against defensive pressure The player will go through the offensive and defensive concepts of the coach Brown. The practice in Disc 2 starts with the shooting drills and fast break and after that the coach will work on the players offense. They get the kinks out by going over the details of the plays again and again. This process is carried out without a defense. Disc 3: Learn offensive breakdown drills for post players to emphasize scoring opportunities in the "3" offensive set Learn how SMU works under the basket out of bounds plays Discover a great way to practice defending cutters The Disc 3 is all about mixing things up. The shell game by Mustangs work will be carried out for an extended period of time and then will be utilized with the shooting drills and transition before moving into the position work in a split session. Things will get really interesting and exciting when the coach Brown will take the guards and Assistant Head Coach Tim Jankovich will work with the post players. The Iverson Drill is for the guard players and the post players will be working on the pin in, the Fan and Blast and also tending a goal by creating a wall. All this will come to an end with some 5-on-0 offensive sets work. Disc 4 Develop a full court style of play with a variety of transition drills Install your offensive system through a controlled, full court scrimmage Use competitive five minute games to raise performance while also working on special situations Now we will come down to the last disc which is disc 4. The coach Brown will work on the 5-on-5 drill for the very first time in the series. This drill is very important and is carried out after the team finished working on the full court warm up drills and defensive work. The 5-on-5 line transition is very valuable as it works on matching up and organizing on both defense and the offense. The coach Brown will make use of both the mistakes and the proper execution and all this will help him get to the point where he wants to be. The way coach Brown improves with every passing drill is exceptional and you will be learning a great deal.
Larry Brown (Rental)-Secondary Break Into Half Court Offense Basketball $15.99
Secondary Break Offense into Half-Court Offense Learn the transition from the secondary break into the half-court offense from one of the true coaching legends of our time. Larry Brown, the only coach to win an NCAA title (Kansas, 1988) and an NBA title (Detroit, 2004), reveals the secrets of his fast break and half-court ball screen offense in this video from the 5-Star Coaches Clinic series. Brown presents to you drills, techniques, and strategy that he learned from some of the biggest names in basketball such as Frank McGuire and Dean Smith. You will see on-court demonstrations that will teach you the drills and techniques Browns’ teams used to become so successful. Coach Brown begins with three warm-up drills that also serve the purpose of building the foundation for the secondary break. The drills teach good habits and scoring options that your players can use to become successful. You will see an additional eight scoring options off of the secondary break. These are still used to this day at North Carolina, where Brown played in the 1960s. Brown also teaches you how to how to counter a defense that takes away your primary scoring option. Secondary Break Offense that Flows In the next segment, Brown shows you how to take your secondary break offense right into the half-court game. You will see how Brown’s teams flowed right into the ball screen action that he preferred. In this segment, you will see how Brown created scoring opportunities for Allen Iverson, who he coached during his tenure with the Philadelphia 76ers. From here, Brown discusses how to build plays around your best player and what your team does best. An awesome bonus is included too. Brown demonstrates five plays that you can use in your ball screen offense. These plays are designed to surprise, frustrate, and wreak havoc on your opponents. In 81 minutes, you will get all you need to improve both your fast break and ball screen offense. Rent this secondary break offense DVD today.
Larry Brown (Rental)-Mastery Of The Secondary Break & Pick & Roll Offfense $15.99
Get the ball as high as you can! Learn how to swing the ball side-to-side! Your team can reach new heights! Learn how to identify numbers and attack them when they favor you! Breaking is all about speed. You need to move the ball as fast as you can, swing the ball sideways, look for numbers, and attack those that are in your favor. Larry Brown demonstrates drills and points of instruction to help you improve in these areas. He starts with full court basketball progression passing drills. These drills include running, catching, communication and full speed lay-ups. Coach Brown then focuses on getting it inside the post after pushing the ball up to the floor. Brown teaches offensive rotations using post feeds, skip passes between wing and wing, back screening for ball reversals, post to post butt screen in the paint, and post to wing pass skip passes. Brown also presents the pick and roll. As an additional part of his scheme, he introduces Swing and Dive. Coach Brown takes inspiration from current NBA players and teams. He also shows four great offensive looks using the pick and roll package. 79 minutes. 2007.