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Pat Clatchey (Rental)-The 4 Out In 1 Spots Offense $15.99
The 4-Out 1-In Spots Offense Mount St. Joseph’s (MD) High School head coach Pat Clatchey has produced over 20 Division I basketball players using an offense that can score from inside and out. Clatchey, a 2009 McDonald’s All-American coach, teaches his players how to play with great spacing and force the hand of a defense. In this video, he shares his versatile 4-Out 1-In Spot Offense complete with breakdown drills and quick hitters. Philosophy of the Spots Offense Coach Clatchey bases his offense on a few core principles. The 4-Out 1-In set uses 15- to 17-foot spacing, constant motion by all five players, post action, screening, and drives to the basket. All five positions on the floor are interchangeable in Coach Clatchey’s offense regardless of their skill set. This allows Clatchey to put players in positions to be successful. There are three different methods of initiating the offense, which is sure to keep opponents off-balance in this continuity offense. Spots Offense Breakdown Coach Clatchey breaks down every action in the 4-Out 1-In set. You will the offense demonstrated in a 5-on-0 setting to get a better idea of the actions of each player in the offense. Clatchey then shows you the offense in a 5-on-5 setting. You will see the use of UCLA and Vegas screens which force defenses to respond to multiple actions and continue to keep them guessing. Breakdown Drills for the Spots Offense Using on-court demonstrations, Coach Clatchey presents five different breakdown drills for each action of the Spots offense. Players learn the basics so they can excel in the running of the offense. Players work on setting screens, backdoor cuts, passing, catching and shooting off the pass, and playing in the low post. Sets and Quick Hitters for the Spots Offense Coach Clatchey gives you a variety of quick hitters that can be used at any time in the offense. He shows six sets and a number of quick hitters using staggered, flare, and ball screens. With the number of options available within the system, the possibilities are virtually endless. Each quick hitter also flows right back into the continuity of the offense giving players the freedom to make quick decisions. In 83 minutes, Coach Clatchey presents to you a number of concepts that can easily be incorporated into your offense. After viewing this video, you will see why Coach Clatchey is one of the most recognized high school coaches in the nation. Rent this Spots Offense DVD today.
Pat Clatchey (Rental)-Individual & Team Shooting Drills That Simulate Game Situations $18.99
Individual & Team Shooting Drills that Simulate Game Situations If you’re a great shooter, you don’t always get an easy shot as defenses work to prevent open looks. Legendary high school basketball coach Pat Clatchey shows you how to develop high-performing shooters with 12 elite level shooting drills. Clatchey has over 600 career wins as the head coach at Mount St. Joseph HS (MD) where he has won 23 league and tournament titles since 2003 and has produced over 40 Division I student-athletes. Coach Clatchey takes you through a comprehensive compilation of individual and team shooting drills beginning with a basic warmup and progressing to much more challenging catch-and-move drills. Each drill is broken down to provide focus on key areas of the game. The drills also emphasize the importance of accurate passing as players work penetrate and kick drills as well as others off continuous ball screens. Individual Shooting Drills Coach Clatchey teaches five shooting drills that will work with any group size. They work in a small skill development group or in a large camp setting. Players get reps to develop a collection of scoring moves from various distances on the floor. Follow the Leader and Righty-Lefty drills teach players to finish in the paint with layups or mid-range jumpers. You will also learn drills that help players create their own shots. The best scorers are those that can create scoring opportunities. One Minute Shooting teaches players to shoot on the move. Hand-off Shooting and 2-Ball Chair drills help players develop into scoring machines off the dribble with hand-offs and ball screens. Competitive Shooting Drills The best shooters also do well under pressure. Competitive shooting drills put pressure on the shooters to perform just as they would in a game situation. Coach Clatchey shares two competitive drills where players face off against one another. The challenge motivates athletes to focus on perfecting their shooting technique as they attempt to beat their previous records. Team Shooting Drills Coach Clatchey shows you how he uses five team-based shooting drills. These are great for larger groups of players and can easily be implemented into your practices. These drills emphasize turning players into scorers that can shoot with consistency off the dribble. The Continuous Ball Screen Drill teaches screeners how to score off rolls and pops. You can also condition using the Full-Court Shooting Drill. Each drill is explained in detail by Clatchey. He shows you how to set each drill up, points of emphasis, and how you can tailor each drill to your players’ skill levels. This video offers you a full menu of ways to improve your team’s shooting performance.
Pat Clatchey (Rental)-Drills That Develop Skills $15.99
Drills that Develop Skills One of the keys to success as a basketball coach is having players that are fundamentally sound. Players must have the ability to execute the most basic basketball skills. If they can do so at a high level, coaches have a great chance for success. Pat Clatchey has had great success as the head coach at Mount St. Joseph’s (MD) High School in Baltimore. Clatchey has won over 700 career games and owns numerous Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association Coach of the Year awards. In this video, Coach Clatchey shares a number of drills that help develop fundamentally sound basketball players. Warm Up Drills Instead of traditional stretching, Coach Clatchey likes to use drills that incorporate basketball movements. This is how he gets players ready for practice. Players work on basic fundamentals like dribbling in the warm ups. This is how players can become comfortable using either hand. Ball Handling Drills Coach Clatchey shares five drills that not only work to improve ball handling, but they also help to increase court awareness, improve passing, and improve catching. Players work on dribble moves and finishing at the rim. They also learn how to read defenses and how to use screens correctly when attacking the defense. All of Coach Clatchey’s drills help to develop athletes into well-rounded basketball players. Shooting & Footwork Drills Proper footwork is a key to increasing a player’s skill level. Coach Clatchey works on footwork drills and competitive shooting drills in which he emphasizes proper footwork. Through repetition, players can improve and become the best possible player they can be. Coach Clatchey also introduces stress to players to ensure they can operate under stress. The Win-Lose-Overtime Drill and 1-on-1 Live Drill are two that you will see where players work on fundamental skills but in a game-like situation. This DVD offers you 14 different drills that will help your players develop their skill set. It has worked for Coach Clatchey, who has produced 25 Division I basketball players. Rent this basketball drills DVD today.
Pat Clatchey (Rental)-Drills That Translate Into Every Facet Of The Game $18.99
Drills that Translate into Winning Every Facet of the Game If you are looking for new ideas for building complete basketball players, why not learn from one of the foremost high school coaches in the country? Pat Clatchey, head boys basketball coach at Mount St. Joseph HS (MD), has over 600 career wins, 23 league and tournament championships since 2003, and has developed over 40 Division I student-athletes. In this video, Coach Clatchey shows you 13 drills designed to build a better basketball player. The drills focus on every part of the game including shooting, passing, rebounding, defense, and transition. Coach Clatchey also includes a segment on late-game situations. You will see a number of position-specific drills that will allow you to focus on the drills that meet the needs of your program. Passing Drills Coach Clatchey shows you three team-based passing drills to help your players be more confident and make more accurate passes. Thomas Drill: emphasizes footwork and ripping the ball across the body Look Drill: challenges players to perform multiple tasks such as passing, catching, and dribbling on the run Jersey Drill: teaches players to instinctively look ahead on the fast break Offensive Drills Develop your team offense with four drills designed to teach players how to attack off the dribble, space the floor on penetration, pass under pressure, and score from different spots on the floor. The Chase drill is a full-court drill that teaches players to score at the rim when under pressure. It’s added benefit is in teaching players to never give up in transition defense. Defensive Drills Coach Clatchey shows you three drills to help your team on the defensive end. Dribble Containment is a drill designed to teach players how to closeout and stay in front of the ball against dribble penetration. Other drills help teach defenders how to fight over and under ball screens, understand help defense positioning, and how to shut down an opponent in a 1-on-1 situation. Scrimmages Coach Clatchey puts it all together in three competitive drills. The 2-on-2 Transition Drill is a great way to evaluate your players on both sides of the ball. Tip Drill and 5-on-5 Off the Glass Transition are two drills that can help you control pace in your scrimmages. The final segment of Coach Clatchey’s presentation helps your players prepare for late-game situations. The March Madness Drill works on end-of-game situations like playing with a lead or how to play when trailing late in a game. These drills from Coach Clatchey can benefit any coach at any level and can easily be implemented into your practices.
Pat Clatchey (Rental)-Compete To Become Elite $15.99
Steve Smith: Drills to Build Man-to-Man Defense If you are looking to improve the quality of your man-to-man defense, this video by Oak Hill Academy (VA) head coach Steve Smith is the perfect place to start. Coach Smith has a long history of producing winners as well as some of the nation’s best talent. Over 100 NCAA Division I players and 15 NBA stars including the likes of Jerry Stackhouse, Carmelo Anthony, and Kevin Durant have played for Smith. Each was well-versed in Smith’s man-to-man defense. You will watch as Coach Smith demonstrates in this clinic video 14 different defensive drills all geared toward building a high-level man-to-man defense. Coach Smith emphasizes a number of key concepts including the close out, pushing the ball to the wing, and basic help defense. You will learn how you can improve your man-to-man defense using 1-on-1, 2-on-2, 3-on-3, and 4-on-4 drills Coach Smith incorporates an element of competition in these drills by charting the results and using the clock to create a more game-like atmosphere. Each drill is intensified and players are motivated to perform at their very best at all times. Coaching points throughout the drills include basics such as footwork, help position and more advanced concepts like handling ball screens, post defense, and more. With over 750 career wins and a number of national championships and other coaching awards, Smith is well-respected as a teacher of man defense. Improve your defensive fundamentals with this 71-minute clinic video.
Pat Clatchey (Rental)-15 Drills For Ball Security & Toughness $15.99
Toughness and turnovers are two of the most talked about qualities of a winning team. Teams that are not tough and turn the ball over are generally losing more games than they win. Learn ball handling drills from McDonald All American Pat Clatchey to help improve your players, and teams, ability to handle the ball under extreme pressure. This DVD will help foster an aggressive, confident mentality with your players by giving you a handful of drills that promote ball security, passing, pivoting, decision making, balance, and finishing at the rim. Clatchey also details how to design drills to get maximum player involvement and competition which you can then apply to any of your favorite drills. While the focus of the DVD is ball handling drills, Clatchey will also show you drills that improve post-feeds, separation moves, and explosion techniques. Being able to handle pressure is often the key between good and great teams and the ball handling drills shown in this DVD is a great foundation to start building in your program.
Pat Clatchey (Rental)-Drills For Championship Defense $15.99
Pat Clatchey, 2009 McDonalds All American coach, will transform your defense into something great For your team to reach the championship level, you can use defensive drills Drills for ball cutting, flash cutting and on-ball screening will help you minimize the cutting opportunities from any offensive system. Pat Clatchey believes defense is what makes the difference between great and good. Coach Clatchey created a new defensive system that allowed his teams to win championships consistently. This DVD will show you how to use a variety of defensive techniques, including footwork and defensive slide. Each drill builds upon the previous and incorporates elements of teamwork and toughness as well as a mentality that defends the basket at all cost. These drills will not only help you build your defensive arsenal, but they will also show you how drills can be used to strengthen your own. This system is intended to prevent common actions by most opponents and free up practice time for other aspects. With drills for ball cutting, flash cutting, and on-ball screening, you can reduce the chances of offensive systems cutting your opportunities. These championship drills will help you improve your practice, increase your defense, and save you time. 67 minutes. 2009.