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Roy Rana (Rental)-Playing With Pace And Flow $17.99
Basketball Tempo : Playing with Pace and Flow If you can teach your team how to control and adjust to the tempo of a game, you control the game and that usually translates into more wins. Roy Rana, head coach at Ryerson University and Canada’s junior national team, shows you how to control tempo in this video. Coach Rana has broken down the game into layers of transition and describes how to maximize scoring opportunities in each layer. You will see how to get shots up in transition off of dribble penetration, open 3-pointers, and more. Pace of Play Coach Rana explains that teams can play at different paces and still flow right into their regular offense. For teams that want to score in transition, Coach Rana demonstrates how to use 80 percent of a team’s offensive touches to score within the first four seconds of a possession. For the other 20 percent, Coach Rana demonstrates the mid- or dead ball pace of offense. You will see how Rana uses a 5-on-0 drill to show players perfect scoring opportunities from the wing, and from dribble penetration as well as showing players how and when to throw the ball ahead. Basketball Transition Drills A number of drills are used to help players score in transition. Coach Rana demonstrates the Maverick Drill where players are put in an offensive advantage situation. They outlet the ball about the 3-point line and push the ball up the floor as quickly as possible. A half-court defense is used and players must learn to use speed to score quickly. You will see options for taking the ball to the basket as well as finding open 3-pointers. Transition Offense Sets Coach Rana presents five transition scoring sets and slows the presentation down to ensure understanding. The principles of the transition sets come from the San Antonio Spurs. The Trail Series emphasizes moving the ball quickly around the perimeter. These sets provide multiple chances for players to drive to the rim or kick the ball out for an open 3-pointer. The final segment of the 64-minute video features Coach Rana talking about the international game. He discusses the 24-second shot clock and how it is broken down into 8-second segments and what you team should be doing in each smaller segment. Whether it is the international level, junior high, or high school; Coach Rana’s fast-paced style of play is fun and allows players plenty of opportunities to score. Rent this basketball tempo DVD today.
Roy Rana (Rental)-Special Teams Play For Basketball $17.99
Winning the Game within the Game: Special Teams Play for Basketball Possessions count in basketball and scoring in every single situation is crucial for teams to be successful. Roy Rana, former Sacramento Kings assistant and Canadian Junior National team head coach, shares with you a number of set plays designed for all of those special situations coaches encounter during the course of a game. From plays after a timeout to scoring off an inbound play, Coach Rana has a package of plays that will put you in position to score in special situations. Zipper Series In the Zipper Series, Coach Rana shows you three options that use the exact same setup. Each set has several counters in case the defense takes away a certain option. You’ll see how you can get a 3-point shot, post feed, or a dribble handoff in each set. Coach Rana also shows you how to create a 3-on-3 in the half-court opening up the floor for players to create a quick shot. Time Out Series Coach Rana shares a number of plays that can be run in full- or half-court situations. Baseline and sideline out of bounds plays can be used to turn a late-game shot into your half-court offense keeping players comfortable. You will see several NBA-type plays in the Pistol action which has multiple actions including opening up one side of the floor for your point guard. Late Game Shots During the course of a season, a late-game shot can mean the difference between the end of a season and continuing in the postseason. Coach Rana shares five late-game plays that create misdirection and confusion for a defense. You will find a play that fits your style of play as Rana includes Horns action plays and more. Coaches at any level will find something in this video they can add to their offensive playbook. Coach Rana provides a number of ways for you to get a late-game 3-pointer or points off of an inbound play. Own his video today to give your team an offensive advantage!
Roy Rana (Rental)-Building Blocks For A Successful Practice $17.99
Running a Successful Basketball Practice Pre-Practice Warm-Up The running a successful basketbal practice video will start with some warm up pre-practices just to get the players going. The coach Rana will do everything with proper care in this segment because warm up is probably the most important part of the successful practice. You will be implementing the pre-practice and while you are doing that you will also go through a good skill development and you will also be engaging your players more rather than just stretching. You will get the pre-practice plan of coach Rana and this plan will explain how it will help your team get to the next level. There are different things that the players will be learning. The players will be improving their skills and at the same time they will also be getting loose through a three-line warm-up. Well, to get loose in practice there is no ordinary layup line drill. The coach will attack the players off the dribble and this is how the coach Rana will make the players practice the defensive rotations. The players getting loose is very handy because when the players are loose, they get the leverage of time to go through a dynamic stretch and get ready to go when the horn sounds. So, ultimately this will make them get even better at speed and improving their response time. Running a Successful Basketball Practice Plan The way the coach Rana works on several practices is exceptional and you will see how he works on game day, closer to playoffs, pre-season and mid-season. So, overall the coach will be working on several parts of the game that will definitely help you take your game to the next level. Well, every practice has its importance and it plays a vital role in their own way and every practice has its own amazing level of development. Running a successful basketball practice is important to being the best coach you can be. There will be more than 10 drills explained by the coach Rana which also include the Base and Go drill in which the players will defend against the dribble drive and will deny the offense paint touches. This will focus the players on having teams beat them from perimeter and this will not allow easy layups. How to Shape Your Practice Philosophy There are several questions you will be asking yourself in order to build your own philosophy. You should be asking yourself questions like how do you use injured players during practice? Are you building a recovery practice for the day after an intense game? What stats are you going to use in practice? Well, these are the questions you should be asking yourself and in this way, you will get better and better. Each practice represents you and it is your own production as per the Coach Rana. The highlight of the coach Rana program is related to making you create your own philosophy and get better at your game in your own way. This will definitely make you a different player of the game. You will learn how you piece together equipment, refs, clock, video, practice plan, rest breaks, and culture and how all this will help you be successful. This is not the end as the Coach Rana has covered every part of the basketball game that is important for the development of the players. Ever element in your practice will be covered and the coach will be making you think about all the little things. It doesn'Creatt even matter if you are a new coach or working for 30 years, this program will definitely help you a great deal. Rent this Running a Successful Basketball Practice DVD today.
Roy Rana (Rental)-A Foundation For Success $17.99
Man-to-Man Defensive Fundamentals: A Foundation for Success In this video, learn the philosophy of Roy Rana, head basketball coach at Ryerson University in Canada. Rana’s defenses were crucial in his leading the Canadian U-19 National Team to a gold medal at the 2017 FIBA championships. Learn how Rana teaches players to stop pick and rolls, play lock down transition defense, and build outstanding individual defenders. Individual Defense Fundamentals In today’s game, players need to understand how to defend dribble penetration, stop easy transition baskets, and defend any pick-and-roll situation. Coach Rana uses three different 1-on-1 drills to teach the proper footwork in the stance and closeout. Coach Rana then progresses to 1-on-2 and 3-on-3 situations where players learn to stunt, recover, and work on help side defense. Pick and Roll Defense Defeating the pick and roll has become a necessary skill for all players on the floor. Coach Rana will illustrate how your players can ice a ball screen all while maintaining sound help side defense. The pick and roll comes in many shapes and sizes and players must become comfortable in defending ball screens, skip passes, and dribble hand-offs. All are explained by Coach Rana in this video. Transition Defense One of the more common situations that defenses face is the shorthanded 5-on-3. Coach Rana describes how to buy time for the remaining defensive help to recover. Players learn how to stop the ball, guard the basket, and defend the first pass. Doing so can give defenders enough time to recover into a 5-on-5 situation. Coach Rana stresses communication as a key to stopping opponents at half court allowing defenders to get back into an even situation. Special Situations The end of a game presents a number of situations that, if practiced properly, can put more Ws in your win column. Defending late game situations can increase your propensity to win. Defending an out of bounds play under the basket with less than 10 seconds to play or a sideline out of bounds with less than five second are situations that, if taught correctly, can improve your team’s winning percentage. You will witness Coach Rana’s amazing attention to detail and see firsthand how man-to-man defense in all situations leads to success. 78 minutes. 2016.