Brantford Clinic

3-on-3 Closeouts with a Ballscreen

Mar 17, 2015No Comments

3-on-3 Closeouts is a competitive drill that develops offensive and defensive decision making. A ball screen is added to work offensive and defensive reaction and

4-on-4 Blind and Defensive Rotations Concep...

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4-on-4 Blind forces the defense to cover a baseline or middle drive. The offensive player has the initial advantage of first step. After the initial

5-on-5 Three Trips

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A trip represents a movement from one end of the floor to the other. Communicating and competing in trips allows for a Games Approach to

3-on-3 Closeouts

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3-on-3 Closeouts develops offensive and defensive reactions and coverages. The offense must shoot or attack a closeout and make a basketball decision based on the

5-on-5 Chase Drill – Transition Offen...

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The Chase Drill works on conversion, on both offense and defense, into and vs. pressure. Two to four trips can be used to simulate play

5-on-5 Closeout Rebounding into Two Trips

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Closeout Rebounding begins the competitive trips out of a closeout and rebound situation. The offense scores they get a point and the defense converts to

5-on-5 Half-Court Full-Court

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Half-Court Full-Court is a method of working on half-court offensive execution vs. specific defensive coverages, while also leading to full-court transition. The full-court transition makes

5-on-5 Outlet to Coach

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Outlet to Coach is a method of working on half-court offensive execution vs. specific defensive coverages. Edits from the Brantford One-Person-Clinic featuring information on philosophy,

5-on-5 Press Trips

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Press Trips develops the ability to press and handle pressure. Edits from the Brantford One-Person-Clinic featuring information on philosophy, practice planning, games approach to coaching

BDT Post and Penetration Reaction Drill

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Basketball Decision Training can begin out of a common offensive sequence rather than a feet moving start which is common in initial learning. Edits from