Kevin Boyle (Rental)-20 High Energy Drills For Pressure Defense $17.99
if You Do Not Already Know, Kevin Boyle Is One Of The Country’s Top High School Basketball Coaches Leading Montverde Academy (fl) To The 2018 High School National Championship. It Was The Fourth Time Boyle’s Team Has Won A National Title And He Has Done It By Applying Pressure Defense To Opponents. In This Video, You Will See Exactly How To Teach And Implement The Drills Necessary For Your Program To Become A Defensive Stalwart. coach Boyle’s Presentation Is Done On The Court So That You See How Each Drill Is Taught. Drills Build Upon Each Other In An Effort To Improve Both Individual And Team Defensive Skills. Coaches Will Find All Of Coach Boyle’s Drills Easy To Implement And Physically Demanding. warm Up Drills coach Boyle Begins With Seven Warm Up Drills That Focus On Skills Needed On Both Ends Of The Floor. Passing, Shooting, And Cutting Drills Are Part Of The Progressive Warm Up That Will Help Improve Individual And Team Offensive And Defensive Skills. Coaches And Players Benefit From The Warm Up As It Permits More Time To Work On Other Concepts During The Rest Of Practice. half-court Defense coach Boyle Demonstrates A Number Of Drills Designed To Help You Coach High Pressure Defense. You Will See How Each Drill Is Set Up, How It Is Run, And What Coaching Points Might Be Offered To Help Your Players Improve. The Half-court Drills Include: tracing The Ball: Pressuring The Ball Must Be Quick And Smart. You Will See That This Drill Will Teach Your Players How To Create Pressure On The Ball, An Important Part Of Helping Every Other Aspect Of Your Defense. denying The Passing Lane: Essential To Shutting Down Opponents Is Denying Passing Lanes. Coach Boyle Illustrates How To Space Defenders And How To Move To Protect Passing Lanes. guarding A Cutter: Teams That Consistently Deny Passing Lanes Will Usually See Cutters. Coach Boyle Teaches The Proper Way To Stop And Redirect Cutters And, Ultimately, Frustrate Offenses. help And Recover: Defenders Must Help Teammates When They Get Beat On The Dribble. Help Defenders Must Not Allow An Easy Basket From Their Own Man Though. Coach Boyle Emphasizes Quickness In This Drill. A Quick Closeout Is The Key To The Help And Recover Drill. closeout Drill Series: Modern Offenses Feature More Players That Are Versatile And Can Both Shoot And Penetrate. As A Result, Closeouts Are Crucial To Successful Defensive Play. Coach Boyle Reviews A Collection Of Drills To Help You Teach Closeouts. slide Drill Series: Maintaining Position In Front Of A Ball Handler And Slowing Him Down Is Key To Pressure Defense. The Old Zig-zag Is Given An Upgrade As Coach Boyle Adapts It Today’s Game. Players Learn To Improve Their Slide And To Transition Quicker From Slide To Sprint In A Game Situation. defending Drives From The Wing: Coach Boyle Goes Over Four Drills That Will Help Your Players Cut Off Any Wing Penetration. They Also Will Learn How To Defend Spin Moves That Are The Result Of Cut-offs. guarding Duck-ins And Post-ups: Offenses Will Attempt To Get Players Open Inside With Duck-ins And Post-ups. Coach Boyle Teaches This Drill To Help Players Understand How To Keep Post Players From Getting Into Position For An Easy Shot.
All Access: Kevin Boyle by JoAnne Boyle Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
Kevin Boyle (Rental)-All Access: Kevin Boyle $15.99
You will be going through several transition drills that will help the players maximize their practice time. Three to 5-player drills are explained which also include the transition into early offense. For the Guards there are number of position-pacific drills taught by Coach Boyle which will help increase the decision making power, ball handling, passing and also reading the defense ability. In order to work on inside scoring and team drills to build the pivot foot the coach will be delivering the post moves. These posts moves will also enable you to use it your advantage. The defensive end of the floor is being focused in this practice mainly. The coach Boyle will be demanding high energy, intensity and hustle from the players. There are several breakdown drills like the 1-on-1 and 2-on-2 that will help you build up your defense. On the other hand, the coach will be focusing on the offensive players as well and will make sure that they are learning the basics as well. You will be able to judge and see many different offensive movements and screens in order to prepare your defense to react to any given situation. You will learn this art with the help of 4-on-4 shell drills. Now comes the last part of the defense in which coach Boyle will be covering the Down half court trap. There will be a 3-on-3 and builds to 5-on-5 in order to teach the defense. In the end the players will be having a look into a Monteverde Academy controlled scrimmage. The players will be stopped on different occasions by the coach to really work with the team and to learn different aspects of the game.
Complete Package For Man & Zone Offense by Kevin Boyle Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
Kevin Boyle (Rental)-Complete Package For Man & Zone Offense $15.99
Complete Package for Man & Zone Offense Kevin Boyle has built one of the most successful high school boys’ basketball programs in the nation at Montverde Academy (FL). Boyle has won five high school national championships and has been named a national coach of the year eight times. Between 2011 and 2015, Boyle coached five players selected in the top-3 of the NBA draft. In this video, Coach Boyle presents a complete offensive package for man and zone defenses. He includes fundamental drills, transition play, set plays, and pressure releases. Drills for Man & Zone Offense In order for players to be multidimensional they must work on fundamentals. Coach Boyle starts with players going through drills to work on dribble penetration and using ball screens. In both situations, he runs players through the various options while reading the defense to make good decisions. Next, Coach Boyle moves to shooting drills for guards. The drills work on skills like coming off of a screen to get a shot, reading help defense, and how to get open. This is followed by post work where players work the Mikan Drill and several variations of it. Transition Offense Playing in transition is crucial to getting great scoring opportunities. In this segment, Coach Boyle works through a progression that starts with a three-man break and then moves to 4- and 5-man versions. In the 5-man break, Coach Boyle goes through some of the early offense options, all of which come from the fundamental drills from earlier in the presentation. Special Situations Finally, Coach Boyle runs through some special situations for their 4-Out, 1-In motion offense. He also includes set plays, pressure releases, and clear outs. After working on man-to-man defenses, Coach Boyle talks about attacking multiple zone defenses like the 2-3, 1-3-1, 1-2-2, and 3-2. The goal for the offense is to create as many 2-on-1 situations as possible as these can break down the zone. Coach Boyle does a great job of presenting everything a coach and team needs to become a strong offensive team with many different options for success! Rent this Man & Zone offense DVD today.
Drills For Building A Man--to--man Defensive by Kevin Boyle Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
Kevin Boyle (Rental)-Drills For Building A Man--to--man Defensive $15.99
More than 15 drills to strengthen your defense team You can practice the scenarios you'll see in games. You will learn specific drills to guard specific offensive sets, including the Flex. Kevin Boyle explains the basics of his man-to-man defense, using more than 15 individual and group basketball drills. These drills include defense drills for man-to-man, full court pressure drills and drills for four- and five-man. Boyle includes drills like the lane to lane slide, defense in bounds plays and pass recovery. Shell drills include the push the ball to the sideline and the flare screens, rotation, sprint screen, and doubling the post. Coach Boyle stresses the importance of adapting drills to your players' abilities and skill sets throughout this basketball video. He breaks down each player's responsibilities for the media and the four- and five man defensive shells. 68 minutes. 2009.
Drills Package For High School Practice by Kevin Boyle Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
Kevin Boyle (Rental)-Drills Package For High School Practice $15.99
Kevin Boyle will teach you how to plan high school basketball practices efficiently 23 drills that are competitive for high-quality practice presentation Demonstrating half- and full court drills on the court For building successful basketball programs, time management and efficiency are key. Kevin Boyle is a top high school coach and shares 23 skill development drills that can be used to improve practice presentations. Each drill is based on the research of top coaches across the country and includes a mix of defensive and offensive strategies. Coach Boyle shows drills on the half and full court, with players who focus on improving their passing accuracy, decision making, and scoring ability. Each drill can be adapted to different game conditions by adding more players. This package includes a template that will help you design practice sessions and keep your team on track. This drill variety will enable you to give your team an innovative and competitive approach to each practice. 79 minutes. 2008.
End Of Game Winning Strategies & Plays by Kevin Boyle Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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Kevin Boyle: End-of-Game Winning Strategies & Plays As a coach at any level, you must always have an answer for those crucial end-of-game situations. Kevin Boyle, a three-time National High School Coach of the Year at Monteverde Academy in Florida, has excelled in these types of situations throughout his career. His teams have won four high school national championships and he has sent numerous players to the NBA. In this video, Coach Boyle gives you an entire end-of-game, crucial situation playbook. You will have an entire bag of tricks to use when your team needs a score. You will see three different practice drill sequences and over 20 plays for late-game situations. Skill Drills None of Boyle’s late-game plays matter if your players cannot handle pressure. In order to handle pressure, Coach Boyle goes through a series of drills that practice footwork and passing while under pressure. Pivot Series: Players must know how to pivot and know when to use the pivot. Players are put into game-like situations with pressure on the ball and must use the correct pivot. Coaches can build on the drills to add different forms of pivots. Passing Series: Coach Boyle begins with basic passing drills and progresses to those that add a dribble or have a player step around a defender. Players that cannot step around a defender are more apt to make poor passes. Players also work on one-handed passes. All of the drills, including those in the Pivot Series, include multiple variations so players are exposed to situations they will encounter in games. End-of-Game Sets With the fundamental session over, Coach Boyle moves right into the end-of-game situations. You will be exposed to a whole package of game-winning plays from one of the nation’s best high school coaches. These plays include: Sideline Inbound Plays: Coach Boyle demonstrates three different plays to free up your best shooter using multiple screening actions. The result is a 3-point shot when you need it most. Motion Sets: Boyle addresses end-of-quarter plays and how you can incorporate motion through ball and player movement. Learn how to run down the clock with “Villanova.” You will also see three sets you can run in these situations to open up the floor creating open shots and driving lanes. Full Court Plays: There will be a few times per season when you need a basket in the final seconds. On some of those occasions, you will need to go the length of the floor. Coach Boyle gives you three plays to do so. One advances the ball to half-court quickly, another is a Hail Mary, and the third attacks a full-court press. Half-Court Sets: Coach Boyle offers up three more plays that start off of your base offense. Learn to address late-game situations from one of the best. Coach Boyle shares with you and entire package of end-of-game and special situation plays that have been tested throughout his illustrious career.
How To Win With Undersized Players by Kevin Boyle Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
Kevin Boyle (Rental)-How To Win With Undersized Players $15.99
Kevin Boyle: How to Win with Undersized Players Kevin Boyle has made a name for himself as the head coach at Monteverde Academy in Florida. His teams have won five high school national championships, including the 2020 title. From 2011 to 2015, Boyle coached five players that were drafted in the top-3 of the NBA draft. In this video, Coach Boyle shows you how you can win with undersized players. He will show you how to compete against bigger, more athletic teams and how you can use a lack of size as a weapon on defense. Motion Offense with Undersized Players On the offensive end, Coach Boyle shows you how to spread the court high and wide against more athletic opponents and run the motion offense. He shows you four basic rules for the 4-out-1-in motion offense and will demonstrate each rule on the court. To help install the motion offense, Coach Boyle shows you seven different drills. You’ll see drills that teach the drive and kick, a backdoor series, and drills that work on the various looks that players see when they come off of screens. Princeton Set with Undersized Players Coach Boyle shows you how to beat pressure defenses using the 2-3 Princeton set. With proper execution of screens and backdoor cuts, you can beat any opponent. The Princeton set can help your team beat pressure and produce easy baskets in the half-court offense. Once again, Coach Boyle offers you seven drills to work on beating pressure. The drills work on back screens, down screens, and dribble hand offs so that your players will be in better position to take open shots all over the floor. Defensive Drills For Boyle, the defensive end is really where you can use a lack of size to your advantage. Boyles shows you six different defensive drills that include working on full-court pressure, recovering from being beaten in transition, and how to handle special situations against elite players. If you have a program that lacks superior size and/or athleticism, Coach Boyle’s ideas are perfect for you. Use this DVD to compete with the big boys on your schedule. Rent this Undersized Players DVD today.
Man To Man Defensive Drills And Out Of Bounds Plays by Kevin Boyle Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
Kevin Boyle (Rental)-Man To Man Defensive Drills And Out Of Bounds Plays $17.99
Kevin Boyle: Man-to-Man Defense Drills & High Caliber Out-of-Bounds Plays One of America’s premier high school head coaches shares in this video the model of how to implement a lock-down high pressure defense and make your team an annual contender. Kevin Boyle is the head coach at Monteverde Academy (FL), a school that is routinely ranked in the national Top 25 year-in and year-out. His 2018 team was named the high school national champion and he has coached five players taken among the Top 3 in the NBA Draft over the past seven years. Coach Boyle’s players and teams are so good because they adhere to a strong principle of defensive pressure. You will learn the same principles including pressure defense based on offensive personnel, defending the pick-and-roll, and defending multiple offensive sets that Coach Boyle teaches his teams. Defense & Drills Coach Boyle, who is a four-time national high school coach of the year, will take you through a series of drills that can help your program become tougher and more consistent on defense. You will learn how to teach your players to mirror the ball in dead ball situations. Additionally, Coach Boyle illustrates drills designed to teach how to deny the basketball, how to defend the pick-and-roll, and how to help and recover. The drills are progressive and can be adapted to fit your program. Coach Boyle also takes you through defending popular offensive sets. Once players understand the basics of high pressure defense, they learn to defend common play sets. Coach Boyle shows you how he defends such offenses as the Flex offense, the UCLA offense, and Slice offense concepts. Out-of-Bounds Plays In any given game, there are a number of special situations that will occur. As a bonus to his video, Coach Boyle includes demonstrations of several out of bounds plays that can help you and your team add five to ten points per game. You will learn plays to run against a 2-3 zone as well as against man-to-man. He also demonstrates two last-second plays designed to get either a two- or three-point shot. Coach Boyle offers plenty of insight into team defense, special situations, and more in this 65-minute clinic video. If you are looking to take your defense to the next level, Coach Boyle’s high-energy approach to the game and his reputations for success is unmatched.
Offensive Strategies To Attack 2-3 & 1-3-1 Zones by Kevin Boyle Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
Kevin Boyle (Rental)-Offensive Strategies To Attack 2-3 & 1-3-1 Zones $16.99
Dominating the defenses of the 2-3-1 and 1-3-1 zones Profit from your weaknesses Simple strategies that can be hard to resist Kevin Boyle shares more than 15 plays that he uses in order to attack the 2-3 Zone. Boyle shares the responsibilities, matchups, strengths and weaknesses of each position within these offensive strategies. Boyle also offers a unique method to beat zone defenses using the odd front or even front philosophy. Boyle stresses the importance of adjusting these sets to your personnel, their abilities, and the responsibility of defense. Never let a zone defense stop your team! 63 minutes. 2009.
Running A Competitive High School Practice by Kevin Boyle Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
Kevin Boyle (Rental)-Running A Competitive High School Practice $15.99
Run practice like it's a live game situation Enhance your defensive, passing and ball handling skills A simple motion offense with seven plays can be taught to help you score inside or outside. Kevin Boyle: USA Today National High School Coach Award 2007 From start to finish, run a high-energy exercise. Kevin Boyle gives a thorough review of the basics, drills, and techniques required to implement a high-performing high school program. Six areas are the core of Boyle's practice: Drills for Full Court Transition Full Court Transition Drills for Dribbling Defensive Shell Drills for defensive breakdown Drills for Motion Offense Breakdown Motion Offense Sets With Coach Boyle's six full-court passing drills, you can get your practice moving quickly. You can use a ball to condition your players and execute the fastbreak in game-like situations. Boyle shows eight drills that will help you improve your dribbling skills during the fastbreak. You can improve your ball handling speed and develop cross-over dribble and slide techniques. Also, you will learn how to catch and freeze. Boyle's defensive drills and man to man breakdown drills stress the "help and recuper" technique, jumping at the ball, protecting the inside cut, and ball denial. Boyle also includes the basic rules of his motion offense as a bonus. He starts with a simple motion offense in a four-out set. Here he demonstrates scoring options like screen and slips, backdoor cuts against pressure defense, and dribble outs. He ends with four motion play plays to get it inside to post players, and three plays that create an open jumper. No matter what defense throws at your team, get your plays to the same level of effectiveness. 76 minutes. 2009.