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Gregg Marshall (Rental)-All Access: Greg Marshall $39.99
Basketball Practice One with Greg Marshall The very first basketball practice focuses on motion offense and the build up drills that will help improve the skill set of the players and will also enhance their ability to play within the flow of it. The best part about Coach Marshall is his communication as he communicates with his players about what they are doing and how they will go on with every passing drill. For the whole-part-whole teachings for their motion offense the coach will run several shooting drills, along with a screening drill and how to penetrate off the screen. Furthermore the value of when to pass to the receive coming off the screen is also discussed. Basketball Practice Film Review The film review session is the starting point of the Disc 2 where the players will learn lots of new things and every now and then the coach will stop the film and will physically explains everything to the players. The coach spends lots of time improving the key defensive areas that will help the players a lot while playing the game. Throughout the practice the coach will focus on different key areas of the game like making sure that his defenders know the art of dealing with a multitude of screens, closing out properly to the ball and always playing with effort. You will get a great look at the teams offensive strategies when the coach make players go through the 5-on-5 drills. Basketball Practice Drills with Greg Marshall You will learn everything about how Coach Marshall breaks down every drill. For the sake of players improvement, coach along with his staff works effortlessly to prepare film to make the players get better at their game. The coaching staff will discuss defensive strategy in detail when you will watch the hour long film session. You will also learn the terminology that the coaching staff uses in order to make the players learn understanding and that will help the players and coaches communicate effectively. So, this terminology will come in very handy in improving your level of understanding. You will learn the offensive movement, spacing, post play and also the transition offense that are positive and negative. When the film session comes to an end the players will learn and get the opportunity to see how the staff teaches with the help of short video clips in a team film session. The players will face positive criticism for the sake of good play at the same time showing the negative plays that will also help the players improve their basketball IQ. Coach Marshall works very hard and makes sure that the players are learning lots of new things and he also makes use of the numerous coaching and teaching strategies to get his players to think about their actions and what they are actually doing on the court and how they can make their actions better. While being on the court, the coach will also make you go through individual work which include the 1-on-1, 3-on-3 and 1-on-0 settings. In order to improve his players skills the coach will utilize ball handling, dribbling, passing, shooting and footwork drills. For the sake of working on point of emphasis, the staff will breakdown drills which were outlined during practice film. You will learn everything which was shown in the film from post defense to offensive decision making to various shooting drills the coach Marshall and his staff will give you an in depth learning. Basketball Practice Four Before an off day the final day of practice will give the players an inside look at the full Shocker practice session. Coach Marshall segments the practice into alternating "hard" vs "soft" drills that begin with introducing the team to "shadowing. Rent this basketball practice video today.
Gregg Marshall (Rental)-Skill Development Workout: Centers $17.99
Skill Development Workout: Centers Wichita State head coach Gregg Marshall gives you the tools needed to develop a quality center in this video. The one-hour workout consists of a number of game-like drills that will improve the play of your post players. Marshall knows a thing or two about post play having developed several very good ones during his tenure with the Shockers. His Wichita State teams have won seven regular season or conference tournament championships and his 2013 team went to the Final Four. With over 500 career wins and 14 trips to the NCAA tournament, Coach Marshall understands the skill development of all players including centers. The Warm Up The warm up consists of a series of drills presented in a game-like fashion. The movements are over-exaggerated during the drills to create muscle memory for the athlete. Included in the warm up, is a Mikan drill series where players use big and heavy balls to help get them stronger. By the end of the series of drills, players are loose and ready for the remainder of the workout. Post Series Throughout the entire workout, Coach Marshall emphasizes the position of the center’s feet both on offense and defense. The Drop Set series is one that focuses on footwork and court positioning so that players can properly execute the drop step. Players learn to recognize double teams and then learn how to react in one part of the series. In another set, players use the drop step and work on jump hooks. Passing A good passing center makes teammates better and makes the center an even bigger offensive threat. Coach Marshall uses the heavy balls and goes through a series of fundamental passing drills to improve a post player’s passing skills. Marshall also incorporates an outlet passing drill off of a defensive rebound. 1-on-1 The workout culminates with the Finish Drill where centers work on both offense and defense starting at the elbow. The next drill has the centers playing live 1-on-1 continuously. Coach Marshall’s presentation is one that is highly technical. You can learn how to correct flaws in your post players. If you run the four-out one-in motion offense, this video is an absolute must. It can also be used by any team because of how it addresses some of the fundamentals of basketball.
Gregg Marshall (Rental)-Skill Development Workout: Forwards $17.99
Skill Development Workout: Forwards Wichita State head coach Gregg Marshall shows you why his program has been so successful with a forward development workout that will challenge your players. The workout is designed to create players that are comfortable playing on the wing as well as in the low post. Players are put through a variety of shooting drills, ball handling drills, rebounding drills, and defensive drills. Forwards must have the ability to score around the rim, shoot from outside, and put the ball on the floor and drive to the rim to score. Marshall has developed a number of excellent forwards during his tenure at Wichita State where he has won seven different regular season and conference tournament championships. He was named the 2014 Naismith College Coach of the Year and took his 2013 Shockers team to the Final Four. Coach Marshall is well-versed in the art of forward play. In putting his players through these drills, Coach Marshall stresses fundamentals and execution. For example, when his players pass they are to pass to the appropriate hand (the one away from the defender). They are to cut with a purpose. They must always be aware of a potential scoring opportunity and should be able to see any threat of an approaching double-team. Players go through a number of half-court and full-court drills in the forward workout. The Mikan drill is a staple used to teach players how to keep the ball high and away from guards and how to finish at the rim. Other drills teach players to screen properly and to how to cut after the screen. A competitive shooting drill is used to put players in spots where they will shoot from in games. You will see a few new ball handling and shooting drills that will help improve your players’ basketball IQ. Coach Marshall will show you how to break down your own system’s offensive patterns to automate those movements and put your players in game spots. Players learn to perfect those shots. Marshall adds an element of competition to the drills with goals for each in order to challenge his players to knock down shots. A Marshall forward workout would not be complete without addressing defense. the Double Closeout Drill shows players how to closeout properly and defend the baseline drive. Coach Marshall shows you how to adapt the drill to your defensive system. Your players learn how to move within your own defense whether it is on-ball defense or help side defense. You will also see how Marshall incorporates the heavy basketball to help players feel confident and strong with a regular basketball. Coach Marshall’s forward development video is perfect for helping coaches develop players that will fit into their system and excel. Own it today!
Gregg Marshall (Rental)-Skill Development Workout: Guards $17.99
Skill Development Workout: Guards As part of his individual player workout series, Wichita State head coach Gregg Marshall brings you this intensive guard workout designed to create better overall players within your own system. Wings need to have skills like moving off the dribble, scoring off of a screen, handling the ball in the half- and full-court, and getting to the rim and finishing. Coach Marshall presents drills to build each of those skills. Coach Marshall was the 2014 Naismith Coach of the Year and recorded over 300 wins as the leader of the Shockers program. Wichita State has won seven regular season and conference titles and Marshall took the Shockers to the 2013 Final Four. The guard workout begins with a wing series where players learn to read defenses and get to the rim using various ball handling drills and finishing moves. You will see V-cuts, curls, and the rip and turn. Each series introduces a new move to help your players improve their overall ability. Coach Marshall demonstrates a number of ball handling moves that can be used against any type of defensive pressure. Wings must be skilled at handling the ball just like a point guard. Using these moves, Marshall takes players through a series of competitive shooting drills in 3-on-0, 2-on-0, and 1-on-0 situations. These drills incorporate screening action, post feeds, and transition jump shots. Any individual workout must include work on defense. Coach Marshall includes closeout drills and defending the drive drills to help players improve their ability to defend. These drills also serve as a conditioner and help them focus on how to play defense when they are tired. In 53 minutes, Coach Marshall puts together an extensive guard workout that can help players develop into scorers on the offensive end and lock-down defenders on the other end. You will understand why Wichita State has been so successful under Coach Marshall after you have seen this action-packed video.
Gregg Marshall (Rental)-Skill Development Workout: Point Guards $17.99
Skill Development Workout: Point Guards As the playmaker of the team, the point guard must understand his or her role and responsibility to a team and its success. Wichita State head coach Gregg Marshall provides you with a complete point guard workout in this video. He will show you a number of drills including shooting drills, ball handling, and more to help you develop the complete point guard. Coach Marshall has had a ton of success with the Shockers leading them to seven regular season and tournament championships as well as a trip to the 2013 Final Four. Marshall’s presentation was recorded during a live Wichita State workout and the coach offers his insights and narrative into the details of each drill presented. It is the point guard’s responsibility to bring the ball up the floor on offense. The point’s ball handling skills must be excellent and must be able to handle any situation. Coach Marshall shows you a rigorous ball handling routine that includes cone ball handling drills. Each drill is designed to challenge a guard and help to master fundamental techniques that can be used to attack any defender. Shooting drills are another part of the workout. Coach Marshall will show you shooting drills that can simulate shots your point guards will take in your offensive system. Players learn to develop timing, how to move without the ball, and how to finish around the rim in traffic. In addition, there are some great drills to help develop the ability to feed the post. When the lane to the rim gets closed, point guards must be able to feed the ball inside. Coach Marshall teaches point guards to read flat screens in the open court in an effort to get to the rim and create scoring opportunities for the team at the end of a half or game. You will see a full court drill where point guards must learn to score on a defender in the open court as they play 1-on-1 continuously. The effective point guard is an extension of the coach on the floor. Coach Marshall’s point guard workout will increase your players’ basketball and leadership IQs, which can help take your team to the next level.
Gregg Marshall 2-2-1 Full Court Press $39.99
Gregg Marshall teaches with 2-2-1 press with drills and game footage. The emphasis is to force the ball up the sideline with coverage in the middle. The drills help teach the defenders to steer the ball up the sideline and the various spots on the floor the defense will attempt to trap. Coach Marshall also demonstrates how the press easily flows into his ball pressure match-up zone defense. Running Time: 35 Minutes.
Gregg Marshall 50 Gap Defense $37.00
Gregg Marshall teaches a gap based defense in this on-court clinic DVD. Coach Marshall’s philosophy is keep people on the perimeter and force contested jump shots. He accomplishes this by starting with one-on-one drills that emphasize driving lines and contesting shots. He teaches exploding to the ball and jumping to the ball line with a two-on-two drill and continues the progression with three-on-three on one side of the court. Coach Marshall uses the four-on-four shell drill to accomplish a myriad of defensive fundamentals including defending screens and an all sink mentality. The DVD also demonstrates three ways to defend ball screens and situational full-court strategies. Running Time: 71 Minutes. 2008
Gregg Marshall Ball Pressure Match-Up Defense $39.99
Coach Gregg Marshall teaches his match-up zone with on-court demonstration and reinforces the points of emphasis with game footage. The defense keeps pressure on the basketball and discourages easy entry into the middle. The video includes drills to teach the defense and demonstration of the coverages. Coach Marshall designs his half-court match-up zone for easy combination and implementation with the 2-2-1 press. Running Time: 43 Minutes.