(Rental)-All Access: Matt Painter
- Your players should be encouraged to work hard and remain disciplined.
- Practice is more important than playing games
- Set the Tone - Win, lose or draw games on defense
Matt Painter is one of America's most respected and successful coaches. He shows four Purdue basketball practices that demonstrate the principles, drills and techniques that took the Boilermakers from the top of the NCAA rankings to three regular season Big Ten titles, the Sweet Sixteen (4x), and onto the Elite Eight in 2019.
Coach Painter emphasizes the four main parts of the game, and he organizes his practice around these.
- Half-court defense
- Take care of the ball
- Transition defense
Painter sets the tone for each practice by beginning with his defensive breakdowns. Painter dissects PurdueÕs man-toÐman defense using a variety drills and exercises.
Painter's practices include transition motion, post and perimeter skill, transition motion, secondary breaking, free throw work and man defense.
Painter concludes each practice by giving a competition drill that includes a rebounding drill, shoot out (No Man's Land), and a limitation drill (60 point drill).
Your team can be champion-ready with competitive drills, one-on-1 teaching and breakdowns.
4 videos (485 minutes). 2010.