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Sharman White (Rental)-Attacking Zone Defenses With Continuity Offense And Set Plays $17.99
Attacking Zone Defense with Continuity Offense and Set Plays With more teams running zone defenses at all levels of play, teams need more simple but effective methods of attacking zones. Sharman White, head coach at Pace Academy in Georgia, teaches you a continuity style offense as well as some quick hitters that you can use to defeat any type of zone defense. White, a former Georgia State assistant, won seven Georgia Class AAAA state titles, including six in a row from 2009 to 2014. He has also won two gold medals with USA Basketball (U16 and U17 teams). Three Continuity Offenses vs. Zone Coach White shares three different continuity offenses all based on his principle of “attack the match ups.” Each offense is designed to expose the weaknesses of the 2-3. Coach White goes into detail about counters to the most likely defensive adjustments, which increases your opportunity to score. The featured set is Kansas, which overloads one side of the floor with four players. The offense has multiple entries and is simple enough to be used at the lowest levels. It can be used as a complete standalone offense or as a formation to fall back into if a quick-hitter doesn’t work. Quick Hitters vs. the Zone Defense Building off of the continuity offenses, Coach White presents you with a number of quick-hitting actions that can provide an opportunity to score quickly against a zone defense. It could be the end of a half, coming out of a timeout, or the final shot of a game; Coach White’s quick-hitters are tried and true options for clutch moments in games. Beating the Junk Defense Too often, teams that have difficulty dealing with a very good player will try some sort of gimmick defense like the box-and-one. Coach White offers up four effective plays for beating these “junk” defenses. Coach White’s overall approach to attacking zone defenses is absolutely brilliant because of its simplicity. This 73-minute video provides invaluable instruction for those coaches struggling to find answers to zone defenses. Rent this Attacking Zone Defense DVD today.
Sharman White (Rental)-Free Throw Line Break $15.99
Sharman White: Free Throw & Sideline Fast Break Offense Sharman White, former Georgia State assistant and current Pace Academy (GA) head coach, sets a goal of 16 to 24 points per game in free throw situations. Coach White is talking about fast break opportunities off of both made and missed free throws. In this on-court demonstration, Coach White shows you how to gain an advantage on any team simply by using the free throw line. Coach White points out how you can attack teams from a dead ball situation and catch them off guard. You will see White’s sideline break alignment using his 14 and 15 play calls with a detailed explanation of each position. The idea is to attack in three seconds or less by moving the ball quickly with overhead passes. Coach White demonstrates how it is done in both a 5-on-0 and a 5-on-5 situation. Once players have mastered this situation, Coach White then goes into counters and how to beat your opponent even when they know the break is coming. You’ll see a flex cut or shuffle cut thrown into the sideline attack which effectively throws out your opponent’s scouting report. Special Situations Another situation Coach White reviews is when your team is trailing late in a game. Using the X and X2 calls, he shows you how to use your players basketball IQ and their athletic ability to generate easy points off a missed free throw or how to get a 3-pointer at the buzzer when needed. Attacking Press Coach White’s presentation ends with him taking you through a press that attacks your opponent whether you make or miss a free throw attempt. In “Black” he demonstrates how to attack opposing post player who don’t like to handle the ball in pressure situations. Against good competition, coaches are always searching for an advantage. Coach White’s special situations strategy is one that can help you and your team add 16 to 24 points per game out of free throw line situations. Take advantage & rent this fast break offense DVD today!
Sharman White (Rental)-Defensive Game Plan For Practice $17.99
Basketball Defensive Drills & Game Plan for Practice Sharman White won six straight Georgia Class AAAA state championships between 2009 and 2014 and was the 2016 National High School Coaches Association boys’ basketball Coach of the Year. Coach White believes his success is directly related to his team’s defense. In this on-court basketball defensive drills instructional video, Coach White breaks down his defense beginning with its philosophy. He shares the concepts he teaches every day in practice and shows you the drills he uses to help motivate his players to succeed on the defensive end. Coach White builds the foundation of the defense with a series of build-up drills that eventually lead to a full 5-on-5 competitive scrimmage. The drills are taught and run early in the season to ensure good habits. They also help players understand the expectations for each individual possession throughout the season. You will see the Gladiator Drill, which Coach White uses to teach three very important defensive concepts. Taking a charge, cutting off the baseline, and executing the proper closeout are all essentials to quality team defensive play. Basketball Defensive Drills for the Ball Screen With today’s offenses so dependent upon the ball screen, Coach White introduces the 2-on-2 Defending the Screen Drill. The idea is to train players to execute the appropriate defense when playing against the ball screen. Having defenders that understand how to defend against ball screens is an absolute must in today’s game. Since games are won and lost on odd-number matchups, Coach White demonstrates the 5-on-4 drill where players are forced to deal with this advantage/disadvantage for a full 1:30. The drill requires absolute focus and effort, great communication, and adherence to proper techniques to have success. Coach White explains how these drills help to create a competitive nature in practice every day. He forces his kids to compete by having a winner and a loser in every practice. Doing so has helped White’s players prepare for real games. This presentation is loaded with defensive drills and concepts to help you develop a defense that can disrupt an opponent’s offensive flow. Coach White also helps in showing you how to organize a competitive practice that gets the most of your time on the court. Rent this basketball defensive drills DVD today.
Sharman White (Rental)-Aggressive Match Up Zone Defense $18.99
Aggressive Match-Up Zone Defense The match-up zone defense is one of the most difficult for offenses to crack. In this video, Pace Academy (GA) head coach Sharman White presents you with an in-depth breakdown of the principles behind a matchup zone. He also shares why he believes every coach should have this type of defense in his arsenal. White is a former Georgia State assistant who also has served with USA Men’s Basketball. He has won seven Georgia Class AAAA state titles and the matchup zone defense is a big part of why. Matchup Zone Breakdown Coach White begins by describing the qualities needed by players in each position of the zone. He then moves into each player’s individual responsibilities when the ball is in their area and at other spots on the floor. You will hear White say that the best zone defenses have man principles built in and the best man defenses have elements of zone. The matchup zone combines the best of both to pressure the ball and confuse the offense. The matchup zone defense is versatile and allows teams to be aggressive and attack an offense. White covers a number of key concepts including: How to position and rotate players off the ball How players communicate to know where their help defense is at all times How to adjust for both overload attacks and ball screens Game Situations Coach White goes into detail on the rebounding responsibilities in the matchup zone. Rebounding is especially important in the matchup zone as is defending baseline out of bounds plays. White breaks down coverage of these plays with the matchup zone. His presentation is very thorough so that you can teach and implement the defense. Throughout the presentation, Coach White takes questions from coaches in attendance giving you even greater detail on how to defend specific situations or attacks. You will learn how the matchup zone can be tweaked to defend any attack an offense throws at you. This is a unique defense that can cause havoc for opponents and Coach White presents everything you need to start playing it today.
Sharman White (Rental)-Dissecting Man To Man Defenses With A 1-4 Set $17.99
Sharman White: Dissecting Man-to-Man Defenses with a 1-4 Set Plays Pace Academy (GA) head coach Sharman White provides a number of high percentage scoring opportunities in this presentation. White is well known in Georgia having won six straight Class AAAA state championships from 2009 to 2014. He is a former Georgia State assistant and has won a pair of national high school coach of the year awards. In this video, Coach White discusses the 1-4 set plays that were a big part of those six straight state titles. You will see a variety of quick hitting plays that can help any team score some easy baskets and maximize possessions. Duke & Carolina Coach White starts with the basics. Any good offense is created by proper spacing, solid screens, and attention to detail. Coach White sets up the 1-4 and then describes each position. He then goes into a series of plays that work off of each other to create scoring opportunities. The base play is Duke, which is centered on getting the ball into the paint using backdoor cuts, post duck-ins, or simply driving to the basket. You will see two other sets in the Duke series, one designed for a lob and another that uses a dribble hand-off for an open drive to the basket. Carolina is also introduced here. In Carolina, you will see three sets using an Iverson cut, a duck in the post, and a backdoor cut. 1-4 Low In addition, Coach White offers a few looks from the 1-4 Low set. These looks also create space for players to operate and they are useful against zone defenses. Coach White demonstrates two specific plays that he likes to use at certain times to help change the momentum in a game. Tennessee gives the opportunity for an open 3-pointer and Carolina Two gives the best athlete on the floor a lob pass at the rim. Coach White breaks down each play very clearly and specifies all the details needed for each play to be successful. Each play can flow in and out of another and can be used versus man or zone defenses. Take Coach White’s knowledge of quick hitters and add it to your playbook to get your players running on all cylinders and your fans going crazy. Rent this 1-4 set plays DVD today.