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Will Rey (Rental)-Handling Defensive Pressure $15.99
Handling Pressure - Defensive Drills Northridge Prep (IL) head boys basketball coach Will Rey has turned his program into a champion with 265 wins and 12 championships in just 14 seasons. His player development skills are a big reason why. He shares his philosophy and drills in this video presentation. Coach Rey discusses player development in three distinct categories: Physical and athletic performance Basketball-specific skills (dribbling, shooting, passing, footwork, etc.) Mental attitude and fortitude Controlling the Neutral Zone The neutral zone is the area between the offensive and defensive player that belongs to neither individual. Whether on offense or defense, players must learn to control that neutral space. When they do, players instantly become more effective one-on-one offensive players. To teach this, Coach Rey emphasizes: Being in a low, athletic stance Moving the ball from side to side using the “U” concept Moving your feet faster than your opponent by pivoting Passing “through” the defense by attacking one of five passing zones Staying “close to the floor” when being trapped in the neutral zone Building on these, Coach Rey introduces the Lions in the Cage drill. Four players work the ball around the key versus two defenders. The goal of the drill is to control the neutral zone. You’ll see how to dribble into a pass and be aggressive on offense. There are also a series of trapping drills illustrated here to help players deal with pressure. Progression Defensive Drills Coach Rey uses a series of full-court drills that combine a variety of skills. This maximizes time and increases the intensity of each drill. To start, one offensive player goes against two defenders. Then is it 2-on-1, placing the defense at a disadvantage. The drill progresses from 1-on-2 to 2-on-1 to 3-on-2 and so on up to 5-on-4. The keys in the Progression drills are positioning and spacing. Players learn how to defend at a disadvantage and offensive players learn how to attack weak spots of a disadvantaged defense. You’ll see how to make cuts to get ahead of a trap situation and how to move the ball forward instead of backward against pressure. If your team loses its space and gets overwhelmed by pressure, Coach Rey’s presentation is for you. After using these drills and techniques, you will find your team beating pressure and wreaking havoc on opponents. Rent this defensive drills DVD today.
Will Rey (Rental)-The 31 Defense $29.99
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Will Rey Universal System of Attacking Presses $37.00
This video demonstrates one universal system that can be used to attack any press. Coach Will Rey uses on-court demonstrations to teach a system that preaches three near outlets and one deep threat. The attack is designed to allow the ballhandler to make only one decision - Am I being double teamed or single covered? - and based on that decision the attack is ignited. Coach Rey also covers four special sets that can be used and how the attack works against a man-to-man or zone press or surprise traps. Running Time: 71 Minutes.
Will Rey Utilizing & Defending Ball Screens $37.00
The ball screen is back as a large part of many teams offensive repertoires and this DVD will help your team on both sides of the ball screen. Long time college and high school coach Will Rey takes the offensive side of the ball screen while long time NBA assistant Bob Ociepka shares his thoughts on defending ball screens. Rey demonstrates the ball screen and the various options from four spots on the floor. Ociepka shows a variety of ways to defend each screening situation including hard hedge, going under, trapping and the rotations behind each defensive technique. Running Time: 50 Minutes. 2007.