(Rental)-Communcation & Conditioning
- Six areas to sharpen the skills of your players
- To keep your players focused during practice, incorporate a variety drills
- Andy Kennedy, 2007 SEC Coach-of-the Year, shares his practice ideas and insights
You can hold your players responsible for improving with Coach Kennedy's 15 best practice drills.
You can use Kennedy's drills to improve the skills of your athletes in six areas.
- ball handling
- Ball screens
- fast breaks
- help defense
Kennedy's weak-side rebounding drill is a highlight of this DVD. It can be used to train your players and improve their ability to spot weak shots. Kennedy's extraordinary ball screen breakdown drill provides instruction on pick, roll, pick and pop, and slip screen actions.
Avoid complacency in your practice by using Kennedy's full court fast-break drill. This allows your players to focus on both the defensive and offensive sides of the ball. To foster communication and cover the open man, use game speed drills like the closeout or help and recover defense drills.
These drills can be used as ingredients for a focused, effective practice.
66 minutes. 2009.