Pack L Ine Modifications To Stop The Pick & Roll by Matt Woodley Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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Pack Line Modifications to Stop the Pick-and-Roll The evolution of basketball has brought us to a point where ball screens and the analytics of shot selection are becoming more and more important. As these trends influence offense, defenses at the highest levels of the game are adapting. Drake University assistant coach Matt Woodley has worked with Tony Bennett, one of the masters of the Pack Line defense. Woodley is now tailoring his concepts to work at multiple levels. In this video, Woodley uses classroom training and on-court instruction to teach you the how and the why behind stopping the ball screen. Breakdown Drills Coach Woodley shows you 14 drills to help players understand the fundamentals of defending the ball screen. The drills offer a progression for you to use throughout a season. The Shadow Drill teaches players to eliminate false steps and cut off dribble penetration. The Guard the Ball on the Wing Drill teaches players the proper stance for controlling a dribbler. A series of 2-on-2 drills help players close out and prevent 3-point shot attempts, get into help position, and defend ball screens. The Icing Breakdown Drill incorporates multiple defensive concepts in forcing the ball away from the screen towards the baseline. Stopping the Side Pick-and-Roll The Ice concept is taught by Coach Woodley to keep the ball out of the middle of the floor against side ball screens. Woodley breaks down every player’s role in a 5-on-5 situation. Players learn the proper communication as well as the right coverages and responsibilities through the possession so they can maintain coordination with one another. Woodley will also show you how to defend the snake dribble and the “Gretzky” situation when a post has to defend a dribbler on the baseline. Coach Woodley continually points out situations where players can prevent direct passes and diagnoses several of the problems teams have with defending the pick-and-roll. Coach Woodley gives you a consistent strategy for defending any pick-and-roll in the Pack Line defense. You will be able to teach the ball screen defense using a collection of drills designed to teach fundamentals. If you have been searching for more about the Pack Line defense, add this video to your collection today!
Secrets Of The Pack Line Pressure Defense by Matt Woodley Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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The Secrets of the Pack Line Pressure Defense Drake alum and current assistant coach Matt Woodley dives into the Pack Line defense developed by the Bennett family. Woodley spent three years as an assistant at Washington State under current Virginia head coach Tony Bennett. In this video, Coach Woodley uses classroom sessions, on-court demonstrations, and video instruction to breakdown and install the basic Pack Line defense. You will get everything you need to immediately implement the Pack Line with your team. Pack Line Defense – Questions Answered The classroom session helps answer some of the most basic questions about the Pack Line defense. Coach Woodley addresses the keys to the defense, its staples, and the secrets to playing it successfully. Each talking point gives you an idea why the Pack Line is difficult to score against. Pack Line Defense – Overview Coach Woodley addresses the most common misconception about the Pack Line – that it is not a pressure defense. He goes on to explain the need to put pressure on the ball as well as other concepts needed for success. You get a look at the ways offenses will attack the Pack Line and how Coach Woodley deals with each one. From ball screens to transition defense and even turnover defense, you will get everything you need to run the Pack Line defense. Pack Line Defense – Breakdown Drills Coach Woodley then breaks down each concept of the Pack Line and shows you drills that work them. Using on-court demonstration and video analysis, Coach Woodley shows you everything from transition defense to playing against off-ball screens and other actions. You will see drills to help your players recover on closeouts. Most man-to-man teams require players to help and recover. The Pack Line only requires a recover. Coach Woodley shows you five versions of his 4-on-4 Shell Drill that will help your team learn how to defend the different actions they will face in games. While most instructional videos give you a couple things you can add to your coaching arsenal, Coach Woodley’s presentation is something that gives you an entire defense that you can install relatively easily.