5-on-3 Open is an example of how we run repetitions of our offensive sets vs. live or guided defenders to create decision-making possibilities. Instead of
Many plays you run usually only involve three or four players in the main action. To help develop the decisions and skills in these main
This video demonstrates how we use a 3-on-2 advantage-disadvantage drill to break down our offensive sets. Pacer Top (See full play diagram below) is a
A full practice from the 2017-18 season. The practice took place during the All-Access Coaches Clinic and prior to a game vs. NCAA D1 Jacksonville.
Here is video of the presentation on Basketball Decision Training I presented at the Florida Coaches Clinic. Below are my notes. These are the notes
This 3-on-2 Ball Screen develops the ability of the player using the ball screen to apply skills and make decisions. Constraints can be added to
The one simple idea to improve your on air basketball drills is to add defense. This may seem obvious, but too many drills are run on air. On air means there is no opposed defense and therefore no game-like decisions.
I appreciate that there are many ways to do the right thing in coaching basketball. However, when it comes to press break, and more specifically how to inbound the ball vs. full-court man-to-man pressure defense, I do feel there is
We use one-on-one drills to teach our players how to read advantage and disadvantage. We define advantage as any time an offensive player has a shoulder to chest relationship to a defender. The disadvantage is when an offensive player has
“Talent is a piece of the performance puzzle, but a small piece.” – Penny Werthner If you ask coaches they would probably rate mental toughness as one of the most important determinants of success. If that’s true do you know