Billy Gillispie (Rental)-25 Game Winning Inbound Plays From The Pros $15.99
Take a look at some of the most important, in-bounds play in the NBA Your team's late-clock scoring potential can be improved To score, use your out of bounds play Noel Gillespie Advanced Scouting for Phoenix Suns (NBA). Noel Gillespie's experience as an NBA advanced Scout will allow you to see the playbooks of the Celtics, Magic and Bulls. This DVD contains every in-bounds play that was made during the 2008-09 NBA season. It is quick and easy to score late-clock points or in-game. These plays can be used at the end or before a quarter to get a quick shot. These plays include 24 out-ofbounds sideline plays and one out-ofbounds end line play. Each play is explained by Coach Gillespie in a 5-on-1 setting. The play then gets run in a live 5-on-5 situation. There will be plays for 3-point shots and 2-point shots as well as the Starburst set which is used widely throughout the NBA. These plays can be used by your best shooter from any sport and also include options for bigs and second options. This collection of plays by the most talented basketball minds will help you get quick, accurate shots. 40 minutes. 2010.
Billy Gillispie (Rental)-'in Your Face' Pressure Defense $15.99
Gillispie's philosophy focuses on toughness, defensive transformation and "in-your-face" man defense. Gillispie uses half-court shell drills to establish his defensive mentality. This drill has 12 points. They focus on man pressure, help-side defense, passing denial position talking, jumping to the ball vision of the ball and rotation. This drill teaches you how to handle back, fade and up screens. Gillispie uses the entire court shell drill for his transition defense. This drill starts at one end and has a 4-on-4 alignment at the other end. The half court shell drill begins once you are in the half-court. The diamond drill is used to protect baseline penetration and allow for proper rotation as a team. The 5-on-4 defensive drill stresses defense. Communication, help, rotation, and close outs are the key points. Next is the 3-on-3 transition drill. This drill starts at 3-on-3 and ends at 5-on-4. In addition, Gillispie shares two favorite special plays for winning close games. 72 minutes. 2007.