Nick Cammarano (Rental)-Coaching Middle School Basketball: Wheel Offense $15.99
WITH NICK CAMMARANO, FRANK ANTONIDES (NJ) MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL COACH ABOUT THE COACH He has a very high win percentage throughout his career. This is seen in his two undefeated seasons by which the 30-0 streak in 2003 stands out quite prominently. He has one run in the Roses championship. Throughout his career, he has about 284 career wins in the fifteen seasons which he was actively involved in. he is the one who established and is currently the director of the QBI which stands for the Quality Basketball Camps. WHAT THE VIDEO OFFERS For most lower level basketball teams and leagues, the defence zone can be described as an instrument which is used regularly on the field to increase the understanding of the game which is shown by the players. The wheel offence is such a good tool on the field due to the various advantages which it gives. One such advantage is that the players would have a lot of scoring chances suddenly opened up to them. The coach Nick due to his experience which spans over 15 years in offence is competent enough to explain how the wheel offence can be done in this video. To help demonstrate how this set or drill is being played, the coach decides to use a white board and on-court descriptions to drive him his point. The first thing he does is to make sure you know the importance of the wheel offence and why it is so important when being used to unlock the zone defence tactics. Then post players in your team when using the wheel offence would be the one to create the chances which are meant to lead to a scoring chance for the guards who are already well positioned. The coach helps people watching the video to understand that for the wheel offence to work well, there has to be spacing. The coach makes the drills simply to understand by dividing them into several other shorter drills. These drills would include cut-to-swing, shoot-to-penetrate and so much more. Through the use of simulators or situations which have the likeness of a game, Coach Nick teaches his players through the video what to do to perfect the wheel offence. For example, he uses the 5 players against another five to show the easiest players to perform these drills. Apart from this, the Coach has also allowed for some drills which are quick counter in nature. These drills have the capability of taking the opponents for surprise and getting a wonderful opportunity to score especially against a team who is using the zone defence. For example, the act of overloading some of the zones could actually be a good counter move and will result in a scoring opportunity. The truth is that zone defences can be quite tricky to break down. However, if you wish to find their point of weakness, it is important that you learn the wheel offence successfully. This would give you an easier way with zone defences.
Nick Cammarano (Rental)-Coaching Middle School Basketball: Organizing A Tryout $15.99
How to Organize Basketball Tryouts Learn about those things that you need even before a try out starts. Evaluate the different skills sets of your players by means of these easy warm-up drills. You will also get information of three of the top things that you need to look for in your forwards and guards. Train your players to maximize time and repetitions by effectively using all your court spaces. Create an environment where your players feel at ease and are comfortable about the tryout experience so that the tryouts can be successful. Preseason tryouts can be one of the most difficult and painful parts of being a coach especially when it is obvious to the coach that there is a need to make cuts to sustain a manageable number of players. To make the tryouts simple and easier for coaches, players, and their parents, it is important that you have a well-planned and structured practice for your tryouts to make it successful. In the video, Nick Cammarano describes how to organize basketball tryouts in detail on how coaches can successfully and effectively develop a tryout system that all your players will feel good about taking part in. At the end of the video, you will be able to choose the best possible team after your tryouts. You will be provided with a list of things that you will need to address before the tryout begin. Some of these things include announcing the tryouts, player and parent meeting, and making sure players get their physicals. SELECTION BASED ON DRILLS When you’re on the court, you will be able to make decisions based on some of the drills that you can see. This way, you will be able to distinguish between those players who seem to be very similar when you compare them. You will also learn how to teach your basketball players how to effectively complete these drills. SELECTION BASED ON SKILL Just like the drills, Nick Cammarano also explains how you can select players based on their skills. In the video, he explains the kind of traits and skills you should look for in your players and why those skills are necessary. During tryouts, run your basketball players through passing, dribble, and a variety of shooting drills to evaluate the complete skill set of these players. To measure a players assertiveness, use 3-on-3 play, suicides, free throws, and 2-on-1/3-on-2 drills. This way, you will also be able to determine those players who are the athletes in your team. Additionally, you will learn what you should look for before choosing your guards and forwards. It is important that you remember that your tryouts can be very stressful and hectic if you do not have a plan. To prevent waste of time and frustration, effective plan your tryouts in advance. If you do this, every player will get equal opportunity to display their skills in the tryouts and you will be able to build a balanced team around these skillful players. You’ll have all the talent and skills you need to successfully defeat your opponents. Rent this How to Organize basketball tryouts video today.
Nick Cammarano (Rental)-Coaching Middle School Basketball: Out Of Bounds Plays $15.99
Out of Bounds Plays for Middle School Basketball He has a very high win percentage throughout his career. This is seen in his two undefeated seasons by which the 30-0 streak in 2003 stands out quite prominently. He has one run in the Roses championship. Throughout his career, he has about 284 career wins in the fifteen seasons which he was actively involved in. he is the one who established and is currently the director of the QBI which stands for the Quality Basketball Camps. Out of Bounds Plays to Score 10 Points a Game One thing that is crucial is the ability to take advantage of the baskets which are gifted to you once the opportunity is presented. In the current game, the need to get at least ten marks or points from situations which presents itself due to the out of bounds rule is very essential. This is in order for us to gain an edge which we can use offensively. In this video series which is divided into four part, we would Nick Cammarano illustrating and demonstrating at least eight plays out of ten which would give the team the perfect opportunities and vision to make use of all the out of bounds situations which they find themselves in. there are some great techniques or sets which would can be used in a man marking defense or a zoning defense. These would help you gain an advantage. The coach starts his demonstration by discussing about some techniques or drills which would help in all inbound plays. The names of two of these drills are “Follow the leader” and “rapid fire shooting”. For each drill which is to be learnt, the players who are involved in the drill are expected to perform a lot of reps. It would help the players to understand very important things about shooting. One thing which most of the players would learn is how to use rebounds and turn it into an offensive play. This is one part of basketball which has the ability to turn a game on its head. Also, in this out of bounds plays video, another thing which would be learnt is the simply sets which is used to force an out of bounds situation. These sets usually make use of an alignment which comes in either stack or box setting. This would allow most of the players to understand and practice many set plays which are quite complicated and if not handled properly can disrupt the play of a team. The eight out of bounds techniques which are promoted by Coach Nick are really simply and very easy to understand. It would keep your opponents on their toes as they try to predict the next play which you would make. One of the major things which would allow a team to be successful in all out-of-bounds play is quickness and learning your opponent set plays. It is also impossible to ensure that the ball is always in the hands of the individuals who score for fun. This video is one of the easiest ways in which you can teach your students in middle school on how to use the out-of-bounds techniques flawlessly and improve their quickness when playing the game. Rent this out of bounds plays DVD today.
Nick Cammarano (Rental)-Coaching Middle School Basketball: 3-2 Match Up Zone $15.99
3-2 Match Up Zone Defense for Middle School Basketball This matchup zone covers all areas of the perimeter and it prevents dribble penetration. You will learn how to teach your players to effectively guard out-of-bounds-under plays. There are five breakdown drills that will teach various actions for different positions in the zone. Your Athletic basketball players will be able to trap and bait opponents into making bad passes that can lead to easy baskets. The goal of the defense would be to prevent a situation whereby the opposition scores easy and high percentage baskets. You will discover how you can use the 3-2 match-up zone to cover all the defensive situations that your team might face. The 3-2 match-up zone will help your defense to create confusion that will force opponents to take ineffective shots out of the corner of the zone. You will learn how the zone should move along with coverage areas for each player. There are 5 breakdown drills that can help players learn about the different aspects of the zone such as high post flasher and defending screens. 3-2 Match Up Zone for Aggressive Defense Your players will be able to defend against 5 offensive set-ups. Your post players will learn to bait shooters into making bad shots from the corner of the court while your guards buzz around creating illusions of no diving angles on the floor. Your opponents will be forced to make countless shooting errors this way. If you want an aggressive defense, you can use the 3-2 match-up zone as a trapping defense that confuses the opponents, creates turnovers, and creates havoc on the defensive end. They will also learn how to use two different alignments, how to shift the zone to defend the baseline out-of-bounds situations, and how to tilt the zone to defend all types of offenses your team might face during a game. The 3-2 match-up zone defense system forces opponents to make countless bad shots, thereby increasing your team’s chances of winning matches. Rent this 3-2 Match Up Zone Defense DVD today.
Nick Cammarano (Rental)-Coaching Middle School Basketball: Box Offense $15.99
Basketball Box Offense Video Your layers will be able to use an easy-to-run offense that creates enough opportunities for every member of your team to score in the game. There are 10 set plays that you can teach your basketball players to effectively force the opposition off balance. Implement breakdown drills that will build your offense by teaching screening, cutting, and how to read the defense. The strategies presented by Nick Cammarano in this basketball box offense video will enable multiple players to score easily on the court. The Box Offense program surely is a great offensive system that maximizes the number of times players can score in a game. Every part of the box offense program aims to create an unstoppable scoring machine. There are on-court demonstrations in the 5-on-5 or 5-0 settings as well as whiteboard diagrams to enable coaches to understand the Box Offense system or program properly. Basketball Box Offnese Set Plays There are 10 different sets and wrinkles that you can use to teach your players the basic box setup. The great thing about each of the set plays is that they are designed to create scoring opportunities during the course of the game. If your strongest offensive man is your post player, get him the ball by means of screens, solutions, and many other options. If your most skillful players are the guards, use screen and roll situations to let them be more aggressive towards the loop. Since everyone has scoring opportunities, your players will love to run the box offense. This program is designed for middle school basketball players and it is easy to understand the components and to implement them. It addresses every possible game situation and makes sure that the best players get the ball at good scoring positions. This way, you will create a formidable team that will bring you much success. Rent this basketball box offense DVD today.