(Rental)-Homer Drew: Winning At The Buzzer
- For every scenario that ends in a draw, there are specific, simple, and well-proven plays
- Find out the story behind ValparaisoÕs famed NCAA tournament buzzer beater
- How to prepare your team for situations where there are seconds remaining and no timeouts
Preparing for the last seconds of a close match can make the difference between a thrilling win or a heartbreaking defeat. Homer Drew is an example of this after his 1998 NCAA tournament win. Coach Drew teaches you how to prepare and shows you the plays that can help you win.
Drew guides you through many situations including out of bounds and tie score, tip plays, full-court, half court, and full-court. Drew shows you how to create an open 3-point shot from screen the-screener, and give your best athlete a lay-up. Drew presents his box play. This allows for your best athlete to make a play and gives you the opportunity to show off your creativity. His presentation ends with three length-of-court plays that can be completed in 3 seconds or less.
You will learn the importance of game-ending concepts like knowing your personnel, having counters, reading and calculating the clock, and how to use these concepts in various situations.
Drew will open his playbook and give you a variety of "special situations" plays that will help your team gain the confidence and courage they need to shock their opponent with a thrilling victory.
63 minutes. 2009.