Basketball Transition Offense with Breakdown Drills by Mike Rhoades Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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Transition Offense with Breakdown Drills Looking to score quickly? VCU head coach Mike Rhoades has developed a fast break system that is designed to strike quickly in the first few seconds of the shot clock. It is a system that has helped Rhoades to four NCAA tournament appearances and win three consecutive ODAC Coach of the Year awards while at Division III Randolph-Macon. In this video, Coach Rhoades lays out the rules and responsibilities of his transition offense. You will learn how to react to dribble penetration as well as drills to build the fast break. If you want to play fast, Coach Rhoades can show you how. Transition Offense Structure and Implementation Coach Rhoades reviews the job of every player on the floor in the fast break. The idea is to get the ball out quickly to guards running wide. Rebounders secure the ball and outlet quickly to get the ball moving up the floor. Rhoades also shows you how to do this after a made basket. As the ball moves up the floor, Coach Rhoades discusses maximizing spacing as well as the different options that are available in the fast break. He emphasizes attacking the defense before it has a chance to set up. You will also see how all five players react to drive and kick situations to help maintain a continuous attack while an open shot is created. Transtion Offense Practice Drills Coach Rhoades demonstrates eight different drills that will help you build the fast break offense and commit to an up-tempo style of play. These drills include: Primary Cycles: Players learn to strike quickly with initial scoring options Three-Man Weave: This progressive drill helps develop full-court passing and finishing 3-on-0 Transition: This teaches the specific scoring actions with the fast break Advantage Drill: Players learn how to compete in every single fast break advantage situation 5-on-5 Scrimmage: This drill is unique because it incorporates a 12-second shot clock Coach Rhoades’ video is a must-have for coaches looking to play fast on offense. His concepts and drills can help any team play at a faster tempo. Rent this transition offense DVD today.
Full Court Pressure Defense System With  Breakdown Drills by Mike Rhoades Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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Full Court Press VCU Style Virginia Commonwealth basketball has long been synonymous with up-tempo offense and full-court pressure defense that creates much of the Rams’ offense. In this video, VCU head coach Mike Rhoades, who served as an assistant under Shaka Smart, breaks down his high-pressure defense. You will learn the three different pressure defenses as well as the drills that are used to teach each one. Fist Press Rhoades’ pressure defense all starts with the implementation of Fist. The rules of the press are broken down here as well as the responsibilities of each individual player. You will see how simple it is to create pressure on the ball while maintaining positioning between the ball handler and the basket. Three-on-three stunting is learned to help your players understand how to jump to the ball and jump back all while seeing both the ball and the man. Rhoades demonstrates the importance of communication in the Fist as well as Double Fist and Diamond. Double Fist Full Court Press The Double Fist is used by Rhoades and VCU to surprise opponents. It is a trapping defense unique in that it is not necessarily trying to force turnovers right away, but to force opponents into turnover situations later in games. Players will learn when to trap and how through a series of drills which are explained by Coach Rhoades. The core of Double Fist starts with the 2-on-1 Corral where players learn to speed up ball handlers and force them to the sideline. The drills progress to a 2-on-3 Corral, a 3-on-3 Trap, and a 4-on-4 Trap Interceptor. Each is explained so that you can teach your players the Double Fist. Diamond Full Court Press The final variation of a press used by Rhoades, the Diamond Press is not the typical Diamond that many other programs utilize. Rhoades’ Diamond Press is not about forcing opponents into corners and forcing traps. Coach Rhoades explains how he likes and uses stunts to force opponents out of the middle of the floor and closer to a sideline. It is there where Rhoades’ defense can dictate to the offense. You will learn the nuances of the 4-on-4 drill where players learn to rotate out of a trap and have better opportunities to intercept passes. Coach Rhoades explains Fist, Double Fist, and Diamond as well as the drills used to teach them. For coaches who use full-court pressure or those looking to integrate it into their system, Coach Rhoades’ video is a must-have. 100 minutes. 2018. Rent this full court press defense system today.
Mike Rhoades Vcu: Dna Of A Final Four Program by Mike Rhoades Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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Motion Offense vs 2-3 Zone & Shooting Drills by Mike Rhoades Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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Motion Offense vs 2-3 Zone & My Favorite Shooting Drills If zone defenses continually give you problems, VCU head coach Mike Rhoades can help. The 2019 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year has had success everywhere he has been using a zone offense that uses motion principles to attack a 2-3 or 3-2 zone defense. In this motion offense vs 2-3 zone video, Coach Rhoades offers up an assortment of actions and quick hitters as well as seven shooting drills to help take down any zone defense. Zone Offense Coach Rhoades’ system of motion offense vs 2-3 zone allows for various off-ball and on-ball screens that can create advantages for perimeter players. The same actions can be run from different alignments to create illusion for the zone defense. “Gap Motion” and “Rover” are variations that help the offense adapt to different types of zones and confuse opponents with some extra wrinkles. The motion offense can be tailored to fit your personnel. It is completely adaptable to your players’ skill sets and you can choose which concepts to work on rather than be committed to a set structure. Coach Rhoades teaches post players how to play off of each other by moving and spacing with the “X” concept. Posts can run a 2-man motion that will help players read the floor and find openings in the defense. Rhoades also introduces concepts for guards to attack the paint. Zone Quick Hitters From a fast break, Coach Rhoades shows you how to flow right into the zone offense. He also demonstrates three quick-hitters that can be used to free up a shooter, run into a ball screen, or open up the high post. Rhoades also shows you four set plays against a 2-3 zone that he has used with great success. “Blazer” is one that pulls defender out of position to free up a shooter. “Knife” is another that gets cutters into the paint. Shooting Drills All offenses can benefit from improved shooting. Teams playing against zone defenses must be able to knock down open shots when they have them. Coach Rhoades shares seven shooting drills that are staples in his program. Some of what you will see includes: Two Men-One Ball: players get quick reps through multiple variations as a warm up Three Men-Two Balls: players again get quick reps working various shots to warm up Shooting Lines: players work four different ways to create a shot and compete for records Fatigue Drill: assesses players shooting ability to measure whether players have the “green light” in game situations Coach Rhoades wraps up his presentation with the ultimate drill for working your team’s drive and kick game. The “5-on-0 Hot” Drill teaches players to attack the paint, space the floor, and play off each other while working on their shooting. If you need to upgrade your zone offense attack, Coach Rhoades has what you are looking for in this video. This is one of the best presentations for zone offense that you will find. Rent this motion offense vs 2-3 zone DVD today.
The Vcu Havoc Press: Teaching Points To Drills by Mike Rhoades Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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