Mike Divilbiss (6)
Mike Divilbiss The Buzz $39.99
This aggressive, trapping 2-3 zone is a great complement to good half-court man-to-man defense. The zone is predicated on defending passing lanes, not players. It tries to force lob passes and force offensive action. The defense relies on taking away straight line passes and aggressively trapping the dribble. Coach Divilbiss teaches the responsibilities of each player and their coverages in various situations. He also emphasizes each player’s rebounding responsibility. A great defense for creating action. Running Time: 59 Minutes. 2005.
Mike Divilbiss Buzz Defense Extended $39.99
NEW! Illinois Associate Head Coach Mike Divilbiss extends the Buzz defense to the full-court in this on-court practice DVD with the Illinois players. Divilbiss extends the defense in a 2-2-1 set and using three calls for change-ups. The "hot" call forces the ball out of a primary ballhandler's hands and then matches up with the offense until they reach half-court and the Buzz is then applied. "Cool" simply has the defense match up with the offense and not look for traps as they adjust into the Buzz in the half-court and finally "conventional" is a traditional 2-2-1 3/4 court trapping zone which falls back into the buzz. Divilbiss discusses using a 2-1-2 set should the opponents place two shooters in the offensive corners. A great complement to his two other Buzz DVDs. Running Time: 31 Minutes. 2013.
Mike Divilbiss Buzz Situations $39.99
Mike Divilbiss reviews the basic concepts of the Buzz, 2-3 trapping zone defense in this complementary DVD for his original. He emphasizes racing to beat the ball to the next spot and funneling the ball to the five in the on-court portion of this DVD. Also included in the player demonstrations is extending the defense to 3/4 and full-court. Coach Divilbiss also uses a variety of game clips to show proper positioning, defending the dribble, the affect of the second pass, special situations and anticipation. This is a no mistake defense that takes a kamikaze attitude and can change games. Running Time: 48 Minutes. 2011.
Matt Bollant The 6 Second Numbered Fastbreak $39.99
NEW! Paul Westhead's Marymount-style transition offense comes to life in this video from the Illinois women's staff. The goal of this transition game is to get in position for a shot in six seconds. It is not a passing fastbreak, the decision making of the point guard fuels the transition. There are options for each of the five players running the floor and that is taught with the drills featured in this outstanding DVD. Coach Divilbiss covers the players and their responsibilities in the break and Coach Bollant adds the three drills used to teach the break and get your players playing at a fast pace. Running Time: Approx. 45 Minutes. 2013
Mike Divilbiss Teaching Man-to-Man Defense With The Shell Drill $39.99
Coach Mike Divilbiss uses the shell drill to teach various fundamentals for man-to-man defense. The shell drill can be used to teach close outs, help side defense, defending screens and cuts and much more. This video from Coach Divilbiss demonstrates defensive principles with a pack style defense or an up-the-line style of defense. He emphasizes the mental transitions within each defensive possessions that often get overlooked. Running Time: 50 Minutes
Mike Divilbiss Power Zone Offense $39.99
The Power Zone Offense is a three around two attack that features a sealing technique for the post players who have three rules: start from behind the zone, move opposite the flight of the ball and flash from behind the zone with short cuts. The posts can saddle up the middle of the zone, attack from the short corner or screen the weak side of the zone. The perimeter players have five concepts: start high and wide, freeze dribble, be opposite the ball, recognize who is playing you and how they are playing you and catch the ball to shoot. The basic premise for attacking zones is also emphasized: create action with ball movement, move smartly, make the zone a man defense, and stretch and distort the zone. Running Time: 45 Minutes.