One-on-One

Back Drop 1-on-1

Back Drop 1-on-1

May 31, 2017No Comments

Back Drop 1-on-1 is used to develop the stab dribble concept. On a stab dribble I emphasize “getting the ball to the floor” as fast

Back Drop

Back Drop Blind 1-on-1 to 3-on-3

May 31, 2017No Comments

As I demonstrated in Back Drop Blind 1-on-1 we use this drill to work on our players ability to attack and counter off of a

Stack Closeouts 1-on-1

Stack Closeout One-on-One

May 18, 2017No Comments

Stack Closeout One-on-One can be used to develop the zero seconds concept and skills required to attack quickly and decisively on the catch. Explain in

Back Pivot 1-on-1

Aug 14, 2016No Comments

The Back Pivot (A front pivot on your back pivot foot also referred to as a “Nash”) is a finishing move used by an offensive player

Two Ball Steal Attack

Apr 28, 2016No Comments

Two Ball Steal Attack increases the demands on the dribbler as they must evade one defender before dribble attacking another defender.

Behind the Back Dribble Counter

Sep 14, 2015No Comments

Coach Oliver uses game footage and game video to explain why he emphasizes the behind the back dribble as the counter on first step. One-on-One

One-on-One Left-Right

Jul 29, 20151 Comment

One-on-One Left-Right is a method of working on the Rip Series. A player is the most open they are going to get when they first

Skating One-on-One

May 01, 2015No Comments

Skating One-on-One is a competitive way to work on change of pace attacks. It is an exaggeration of the skill to develop the concept of skating,

Lateral One-on-One

May 01, 2015No Comments

Lateral One-on-One is a method of applying the lateral dribble moves and counters in  game-like setting. In this example the one-on-one starts after the second

Clap One-on-One (With Sound)

May 01, 2015No Comments

Clap One-on-One is a method of working on first step. It builds on the concepts developed in Blind One-on-One. It can be played with the