(Rental)-Post Perimeter Fundamentals
Drill progression is the key to player growth. Coach Crean demonstrates how this progression works, moving from an individual mode to the 1-0, 22-0, 3-3, and 4-0 modes. Crean emphasizes explosiveness in every drill, and all drills are intended to help each player score. This development is made possible by ball handling drills. Players use cones on the ground to practice seven drills that change speed and direction. The perimeter/post drill 2-0 works on the inside/out game. The perimeter player is given a second ball to work on flare screens, entry passes, the Houston cut, and go cuts. This drill is multi-purpose and can be used in any game situation. Post players learn to "punch in" on their weaker side, post big and finish strong. Post spacing is when the post defender is in front or behind. Two-step separation is a key skill. This involves the player separating from the defender. Perimeter players must learn to fade at each point on the screen in order to seperate from their defenders. Other important skills include the middle drive, spotting upward and two-step separation. Crean ends with the weak side series. The 4-0 progression combines all the pieces into one cohesive offensive attack.
73 minutes. 2007.