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Bo Ryan (Rental)-Bo Ryan's 1-2-1-1 Press & Press Attack $18.99
1-2-1-1 Press and Press Attack Former University of Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan was well-known for having teams that could apply pressure on defense and that could break pressure on offense. Ryan, a member of the College Basketball Hall of Fame, led his 2014 and 2015 teams to back-to-back trips to the Final Four. In this video, Coach Ryan breaks down his full-court diamond press and how to beat pressure with strategies that will get the ball safely into your half-court offense. Press Defense Coach Ryan offers several reasons why teams would want to play an aggressive style of full-court pressure defense. The diamond press is Ryan’s signature and an easy way to get quick turnovers early in a possession. Ryan goes through how to position players on your team so they are playing a spot in the press that suits their strengths. You will see the various trap opportunities available depending upon where the ball is inbounded. Ryan shows you how to adjust the press based upon the scouting of an opponent as well as how to increase the aggressiveness of the defense by chasing opponents into second traps in the same possession. Beating Pressure Defense Coach Ryan is a master at protecting the basketball especially when his teams are under pressure. Learn how he beats pressure by teaching the inbounder’s thought process. You will see how to look up the floor to throw the deep pass and beat the defense quickly. Coach Ryan lays out his press break showing you the progression of options and the thought process of the inbounder. “Z the Court” is a concept that helps players keep proper spacing and it maximizes the number of receiver options for advance passes. If you have an exceptionally tall player, Ryan shows you how to take advantage of that size. This video is a great way to learn how to both apply pressure on defense and how to break it when on offense, and it comes from one of the best college basketball coaches of all-time.
Bo Ryan (Rental)-Bo Ryan's Defensive System For Success $18.99
Bo Ryan’s Defensive System for Success Hall of Fame coach Bo Ryan shares his secrets for a defense that is synonymous with his name. The former Wisconsin head coach won seven Big Ten titles (three conference tournament and four regular season) in his career and took the Badgers to back-to-back Final Four appearances in 2014 and ’15. His lifetime winning percentage of .762 and his nearly 800 career victories are a testament to the pressure defense that Ryan’s teams played. If you are looking to turn up the heat and pressure of your defense, Ryan will show you how in this video. You will hear some of his general principles of defense as well as his overall philosophy. Coach Ryan shares a number of drills and strategies and also discusses his suffocating Diamond press. Defensive Drills Coach Ryan shares 12 practice drills that give your players the tools they need to become better individual defenders. The drills help establish the foundation for your team defense. Coach Ryan begins with a progression of drills that train on-ball defense. It begins with the stance, lateral movement, reaction time, and more. You will see the Two Deads and a Charge Drill which teaches players how to direct a dribbler up the floor, how to apply pressure in a dead ball situation, and how to take a charge. Other drills work on such defensive basics as close outs, denial defense, and beating screens. Ryan demonstrates three competitive drills that teach players to protect the rim with great help defense and communication. The 4-o-4 Post Drill adds a player at the high post. Defenders must react to contain the drive. Post Defense One of Bo Ryan’s Defensive System principles is to never allow a talented big man touch the ball in the post. You will see how Ryan coaches post denial without getting exposed to seals. Players learn to fight for position to front the post and keep the offense guessing with a strategy that denies the pass into the high post. Rebounding Another of Ryan’s key principles is defensive rebounding. Nothing frustrates great defenses like giving up offensive rebounds. Coach Ryan shares some insight on individual rebounding success. He also offers an awesome drill that will help your players improve their rebounding abilities. Defensive Tactics Opponents will try all sorts of screening actions against a man-to-man defense. Coach Ryan discusses how his teams deal with seven types of screens. You will also see two different ways to deal with double screens. The whole idea for Ryan is to force opponents into lowest percentage plays. Learn the suffocating defensive system that helped Coach Ryan win championships and wind up in the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. Rent Bo Ryan's Defensive System DVD today.
Bo Ryan (Rental)-Bo Ryan: Transition Defense $18.99
Transition Defense with Bo Ryan Throughout his Hall of Fame coaching career, Bo Ryan put consistently tough defensive teams on the floor. Ryan won four NCAA Division III championships at UW-Platteville and took Wisconsin to back-to-back Final Fours (2014 & ’15). His teams were always very good on the defensive end and it all started with eliminating easy baskets in transition. In this tranistion defense video, Ryan shares his insights into creating solid transition defense. You will see seven practice drills that emphasize communication and playing defense in transition at a disadvantage. The whole idea, of course, is to minimize the number of fast break opportunities for the offense. Transition Defense Starts on the Offensive End Eliminating transition points starts with taking care of the ball on offense. Eliminating turnovers is critical to preventing fast break opportunities. Coach Ryan demonstrates a Partner Passing drill to reinforce the concept of communicating through body language. Players should be able to read each other and understand hand targets and positioning. This way, players know where and when to make a pass. Coach Ryan shows you six variations of the Partner Passing Drill covering all sorts of situations. Practice Drills for Transition Defense Seven easy drills break down Ryan’s system for transition defense. It all starts with committing to hustling back on defense all the time. The Pursuit Drill reinforces this concept. The drill teaches players to never give up on a breakaway layup and it teaches how the first players down the floor must protect the rim. Coach Ryan defines the responsibilities and techniques for the first player back, the second player back, and the trailers. He shows players how to act as a goalie at the rim and how to take away outside shots without giving up rim protection. A series of four weave drills is used to practice how to stop 3-on-2 and 2-on-1 advantage situations. Coach Ryan breaks down each player’s responsibilities in a disadvantage situation. The 6-Man Drill is a great way to simulate how to defend the 3-on-2. Search & Destroy is another great drill that challenges the defense with an extra offensive player to cover. All of Coach Ryan’s drills show you how to slow down your opponents so that your trailing defenders can get back and recover to full strength. Each drill is explained and Coach Ryan also adds the “why” and the “how” for these drills as well as his beliefs on stopping opponents in transition. In 61 minutes, Coach Ryan gives you what you need to help your team improve in transition defense. Rent this thansition defense DVD today.
Bo Ryan (Rental)-The Complete Guide To Bo Ryan's Swing Offense & Offensive System $18.99
Bo Ryan’s Swing Offense & Offensive System the Complete Guide The game of basketball continues to evolve and former Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan was always on the cusp of new offensive ideas that gave his teams an edge. In this four-hour presentation, you will be introduced to Ryan’s Swing Offense. He covers every aspect of the offense and how it attacks man and zone defenses. You will also see out-of-bounds plays from the sideline and baseline, full court pressure attacks, late-game plays, half-court pressure offense, and 20 different quick hitters. Bo Ryan's Swing Offense The Swing is synonymous with Ryan and is an offensive attack based on precise spacing, cuts and screens, and relentless attacks on the rim. Coach Ryan uses 5-on-0 drills to teach the offense and progresses to full 5-on-5 situations. You will see a number of ball screen actions that can create scoring opportunities. Within Bo Ryan's Swing offense, there are a variety of entries and counters that Coach Ryan details. Teams will defend differently and Ryan takes the time to make sure you are prepared for anything a defense can throw at you. In addition, Ryan will show you how to run his fast-paced transition offense and then flow right into the Swing. Quick Hitters and Special Situations for the Swing Offense In any given game, a number of special situations arise and Coach Ryan provides a variety of sets that help you attack a defense. These situations include baseline and sideline out of bounds plays as well as full-court plays for an end of half or end of game situation. You will also see a number quick hitters from different formations which help take advantage of mismatches and get the ball to certain players in certain situations. Ryan also discusses managing the clock in these special situations. Breakdown Drills for Bo Ryan's Swing Offense To teach the Swing Offense, Ryan uses a variety of breakdown drills which he puts on display for you. He creates building blocks with the drills to make it easy to apply them in a practice situation. Coach Ryan likes to run the drills “on air” or with no defense as well as with a full defense so players learn the concepts of the Swing in both controlled and uncontrolled environments. Coach Ryan won well over 700 games and took his 2014 and ’15 Badgers’ teams to the Final Four. You’ll see why in this video, which will help your players use ball screens, quick hitters, and counters to put more points on the board. Rent this Bo Ryan's Swing Offense DVD today.
Bo Ryan Applying Attacking Pressure $39.99
Bo Ryan shares his full-court pressure defense and how he attacks that defense with you in this video. The full court 1-2-1-1 press is broken down and the importance of transition is emphasized in the defensive portion of this video. Coach Ryan also covers how to break full court pressure by "z-ing" the floor and attacking the basket. Running Time: 53 Minutes. 1996.
Bo Ryan Bo Ryan: Half-Court Man to Man $39.99
Coach Ryan teaches up-the-line/on-the line principles that make every pass the offense throws a tough one. Included in this video are the defensive drills that Coach Bo Ryan uses to help build a tenacious defense. Included in this video are drills for denying the wing, post defense, closing out, defending the dribble, help and recover, stance, taking the charge and more. Running Time: 75 Minutes. 1997.
Bo Ryan Conducting a Pressure Practice $39.99
Bo Ryan has demonstrated his coaching skills at every stop in his career, and his latest DVD will show you the offensive drills he uses to develop fundamentally sound players. The DVD includes drills for passing and catching, handling pressure, shooting and decision making. The drills Coach Ryan uses can be done from the junior high level to college. This is an excellent DVD to see how the 2002 Big 10 Coach of the Year teaches the game. Running Time: 73 Minutes
Bo Ryan Defending Screens Rebounding $39.99
Coach Ryan teaches your team how to defend any screen it will run into in a game situation and show you drills to improve your rebounding. Drills for defending, back screens, up screens, down screens, on ball screens, post screens, and staggered screens are all demonstrated. The video ends with Coach Ryan’s five points of emphasis for rebounding and game-like rebounding drills. Running Time: 45 Minutes. 1997.
Bo Ryan Embedded With Bo Ryan $87.00
Get inside the Wisconsin basketball program with Bo Ryan in this three DVD set. The set includes three days of practice with the Badgers under Ryan's tutelage. The three days of practice include a day full of drill work. Ryan takes his team through a myriad of drills for teaching defensive footwork, stance, transition and more. You will also see the fundamental drills they do that help his teams have one of the best assist to turnover rations in the country annually. In day two you will see how the team game is built with drills and team offensive and defensive situations. Finally, in day three you will see the Badgers as they prepare as a team for a game and how they teach offense in the whole. Bo Ryan's Badgers have been one of the top teams in the country throughout his tenure and this DVD set will get you inside the program as never before. Running Time: Approx. 6 hours. 2011.
Bo Ryan Quick Striking Swing Offense Entries $39.99
Bo Ryan shows 18 entries into the swing offense that can get a quick score and keep the defense on their toes. In this on-court clinic DVD Coach Ryan demonstrates a variety of entries from different attack plans. The entries include back door opportunities, clear out actions, entries to the post and three-point scoring chances. He shows multiple series of plays out of specific actions and all flow naturally back into the swing offense. Running Time: 52 Minutes. 2007.
Bo Ryan Transition Defense Bo Ryan $39.99
Bo Ryan’s teams have excelled at not allowing easy scoring opportunities for their opponents and in this on-court clinic DVD Coach Ryan emphasizes the fundamentals necessary to succeed at transition defense and six drills to help enforce those fundamentals. Coach Ryan demonstrates the proper techniques for the first, second and third players back in transition and the six drills emphasize those techniques. The drills include 2 vs. 1, 3 vs. 2, 3 vs. 3 and full-court 5-on-5 drills. Running Time: 55 Minutes. 2007.
Bo Ryan X Zone Offense $39.99
Coach Ryan teaches his zone offense designed to attack even and odd front zone defenses. He includes zone offense philosophy, and each player’s reads and responsibilities with and without the ball. The video also discusses use of the overload, ball side triangles, post screening and basket protection. It also includes attacking half-court traps. The video finishes with additional swing offense material introducing fade and on-ball screens. Running Time: 38 Minutes. 2002.