(Rental)-Developing Interchangeable Perimeter & Post Players
OPEN PRACTICE: DEVELOPING INTERCHANGEABLE PERIMETER AND POST PLAYERS
ABOUT THE COACH
He is the head coach at Purdue University. He was part of the team who won the 2017 big 10 regular season. He has also been able to win about three titles in the big ten. He is also the coach of the year on three occasions for the Big Ten regular and he has also served as the assistant coach of the under-19 national team where they finished first.
ABOUT THE VIDEO
The talent of your players would do you no good if you have terrible tactics both offensively and defensively. Therefore, it is important that you develop the skills of your players as early as you can. This coach shows you in this video how to approach any skill development program by using the same drills which the Purdue Boilermakers use in their practice session. This program also identifies with the concept of motion offence which is also used by Purdue Boilermakers.
This video would afford most coaches an opportunity to teach their students effectively on how they can develop their skills effectively. There a number of concepts which would be highlighted and then basic screen which highlights his motion offence concept would also be looked at in the video. This would be accompanied by post feeds and ideas which would help to make your practice more effective. We shall start with Perimeter Breakdown Drills
THE PERIMETER BREAKDOWN DRILLS
This drill is composed of about eight smaller drills whose job is to ensure that your players spend their session working out every part of their body. These drills would allow your players to be able to work on various tactics which would allow them to be able to stop offensive plays which are designed to tear them apart.
Painter also shows coaches how to teach and develop their post players. He does this by through the help of some practice drills. These drills show the players how to ensure that the paint is completely locked down in a match and teaches these players how to defend against drills and set plays that are pick and roll in nature. These post players would be interested in learning how to dribble and score through many methods including ball screens. This can be developed during the two breakdown shooting drills which would ensure that the post players improve when it comes to scoring.
LIVE SKILL DEVELOPMENT
Once the players in practice have been able to perfect a new set play around the rim area, it is now important that these skills which have been learnt should be used to make sure that they score in a real game situation. That is why Coach Purdue ensures that this happens by sharing them into five against five and allowing them to test the new move which they have been able to perfect. This would see the players probably doing up to 40 motion offences.
This video would be able to show how coaches can develop the skill of their players through these exercises.