All Access: Ryan Looney by Ryan Looney Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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Basketball Practice 1 w/ Ryan Looney You will get to learn each and everything related to Swing Offense. From implementation to running the players will learn everything in the Disc 1 related to the Swing Defense. You will see how the coach Looney will make the players learn every important thing and how he will make the players go through well designed practice with segments which are related to teaching the swing defense along with some other drills for shooting and skill development. The first practice session is very much related to the Swing Defense and the Seattle Pacific coaching staff give their huge amount of time to swing defense 5v5 and breaking down the offense into different parts for position breakdown drills. The drills such as the 21 continuous and fast break offense will be used to work on the transition offense. These drills are very hand as these will help the players to score on the fast break or to transition into the offense. When it comes to defensive side, the Coach Looney works really hard and makes his team work on defending the swing defense in a 5v5 shell drill. Not only this but the players will also be working on defensive closeouts to the ball and defending the side pick and roll. In the end, the coach Looney along with the Seattle Pacific staff will work on skill development and shooting drills by working with post and guard players. Basketball Practice 2 w/ Ryan Looney In the second basketball practice session, the coach Williams will be demanding hard work and focus from the players that will help them to create a winning program. He will also work on the previous practices by focusing on transitioning into the swing offense and also improving the team defense with the help of break down drills. The team will be taking part in the breakdown drills again for the swing defense and for the individual skill development. When in the skill development phase, the back-to-the-basket and finishing through contact will be used by post players and the guards will be working on shot ups with three-man/two-ball shooting. Defending side ball screens in a 4-on-4 shell drill is very important and that is why the Seattle Pacific coaches will spend huge amount of time on it. The players will also be learning lots of other techniques for various offensive situations which includes baseline stagger screens and pin-down screens. The basketball practice session will come to an end with a competitive 5-on-5 scrimmage. This will allow the team an opportunity to get a game-like scenario in their day’s breakdown drills. Rent Ryan Looney's basketball practice DVD today.
Breakdown Drills For Swing Offense by Ryan Looney Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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Basketball Swing Offense: Breakdown Drills  Idaho State University head coach Ryan Looney has had his share of success using the Swing Offense. He is a big believer in the success of an offense being related to the skill level of his players running it. In this skills video, Coach Looney shares the breakdown drills he uses to develop players and how he develops these skills within the Swing Offense. Breakdown Drills Coach Looney shows you six breakdown drills that teach players the shots they will take within the basketball swing offense. There are drills to develop both post and perimeter play. The workouts include working on the up screen, flex screen, and side pick and roll screen. You will see Coach Looney use a variety of equipment to help his players learn to play through contact and create trips to the free throw line. Screens One skill that Looney’s players must have is the ability to set and use screens. Players work on four options off the Up Screen and four more with the Flex Screen. You will see how to set the screens in the right spots, make cuts of least resistance to create betting scoring chances, and learn to see the post. Swing, Bump, and Separation are all shooting drills where players work on coming off of a screen and taking a shot. Players focus on having their hands up and proper footwork as they receive the ball. Post Play Learning post play is essential in the Swing Offense. Coach Looney works first on stance and positioning. Players learn to get low and how to take up space. A variety of post move are covered. Coach Looney also gets into perimeter develop and the different ways a defender can guard a ball handler on a screening action. Skill development is essential to any team’s success. Coach Looney does a great job of showing you how you can develop players as you install the swing offense. Rent this Basketball Swing Offense DVD today.
Introduction To Swing Offense by Ryan Looney Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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Basketball Swing Offense: The Introduction One of the more successful offenses at the high school and college levels is the Swing. Idaho State University head coach Ryan Looney has used the offense with great success everywhere he has been. In this instructional video, Coach Looney uses diagrams, on-court demonstrations, and game film to teach the basics and advanced skills of the Swing Offense. Transition into Basketball Swing Offense It all starts with transition. Coach Looney shows you how to transition from defense to offense and flow right into the basketball Swing offense. Each player’s role is broken down in transition. Coach Looney shows you where the best opportunities for early 3-point shots and post ups will occur. He also shows you the various entries used to start the offense and then shows game film to help you see it all in action. Screening in the Swing Offense Coach Looney then begins teaching the half-court offense which revolves around two types of screens: Up Screen: This action is set up by a simple pass to the wing. The cutter then uses the screen to get to the rim. The screener steps out to the perimeter and replaces the cutter. This action allows for a quick scoring opportunity and also keeps the offense properly spaced. Flex Screen: When the ball skips from one side of the court to the other, a flex screen is set for the weak side wing. This action is another way to get a player a great scoring opportunity. The screens are the foundation of the basketball Swing Offense. Coach Looney shows you where and when to set each screen as well as all the options the offense can exploit off of each screen. He also reviews other options as well. When defenders try to fight through screens or anticipate cuts, baseline drives open up. Pick and pop options, wing ball screens, and multiple post up opportunities are also reviewed. Proper execution of the Swing Offense makes it very difficult to defend. It is a great team offense as all the pieces work together toward a common goal. With proper spacing and constant movement, defenses are forced to fight through screens, adjust to off-ball movement, and defend the weak side. Whether you are looking for an update of the Swing Offense or just want to improve your understanding of half-court offense, this is an outstanding presentation to add to your coaching library. Rent this basketball swing offense DVD today.
Swing Offense Sets & Entries by Ryan Looney Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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Basketball Swing Offense- Sets and Entries Teams seemingly always run into at least a few opponents that use pressure of some defensive scheme that disrupts the offense. In this video, Idaho State University head coach Ryan Looney shows you how teams that run the basketball swing offense can beat that pressure or adjust to schemes to get high percentage shots. Coach Looney has had great success and his Swing offense is a big reason why. It is the sets and entries that allow his team to get the offense started. Pressure Releases Most teams will use some sort of on-ball pressure and attempt to deny passes on the wing to prevent an offense from getting started. Coach Looney teaches three pressure release sets that his teams use when they face a team that decides to get into the passing lanes and pressure them in both the half-court and full-court. With each pressure release, Coach Looney shows you backdoor opportunities that include Fire, V-Out, and the Backdoor Reversal entry that will keep opponents honest. After a few times through it, the defense will change how it is defending you. Entries to the Swing Once the offense is in the half-court, there are seven different entries that can be used to get into the basketball Swing offense. Coach Looney diagrams each and then goes onto the court to demonstrate each entry. Looney describes when to use each entry and the advantage of using it. You will see the dribble entry, post dive, point guard dive, ball screen from the wing, ball screens with posts, and a wings up entry that ensures a ball reversal. When you start using screens, defenses immediately thing you have left the Swing offense, but each screening action flows right back into the Swing. This seamless transition continues to make the Swing offense extremely difficult to defend. Set Plays All good offenses have certain set plays that can be run at any time. Coach Looney’s offense is no different and his set plays flow right into the Swing offense. He will show you three complete sets that incorporate post screening action and lead into high-low scoring options with post players. Once you install these sets and entries, you will have the complete Swing offense. Coach Looney’s presentation combines classroom diagrams with on-court instruction to help you install the Swing offense. The presentation is easy to understand and Coach Looney’s concepts are easy to teach. Adding it to the Swing offense video will enable you to teach and install this dangerous offense. Rent this Basketball Swing Offense Drills DVD today.