The Pack Line defense is already used by many youth basketball coaches as well as high school teams and some of the best college basketball teams in America. The best examples being Jim Boone at Delta State University, Mike Neighbours at the University of Washington, and Chris Mack at Xavier University.
At the high school level, he’s trained NBA players such as Michael Porter Jr, Willie Cauley-Stein, Alec Burks, and Semi Ojeleye. His team also led the Nike EYBL in defensive points per game which features the best high school players in the country!
This requires players to be able to play great on-ball defense and for help defense to be in the correct position and ready to rotate and help when needed. Use the following 5 basketball defense drills to: Improve closeout defense (drills 1 and 2). Improve on-ball defense (drills 1 and 5). Improve defensive technique (drills 3 and 4).
Zone defenses. Combination "junk" defenses. Half-court presses and traps. Defending inbounds plays. Press Defenses. Select a basketball defense (s) that fits your team's personnel, size, quickness, strengths, and your defensive philosophy. Some coaches simplify and stick to the same defense all season and try to perfect it.
The objective of this defensive transition basketball drill is to focus on players getting back on defense and preparing for their defensive responsibilities. Two Bounce 21 - Basketball Shooting Game The Two Bounce 21 Game is a fun and challenging basketball game that will improve a players shooting and free throws.
NATCHEZ — Cathedral’s junior high team ended its football season with a 34-17 win over St. Aloysius Thursday night. The Green Wave’s consistent play on defense gave them the edge, head coach Chuck Darbonne said. Cathedral opened up the scoring 47 seconds into the game when Frederick Lane bounced a...
Middle School Basketball Drill #1 - The All-Around Offensive Footwork Drill. Drill Purpose. This drill will teach your players how to cut, and when perfected, will allow them to get open whenever they want. Instructions. Line your players up as shown in the top diagram. The player that will eventually do the cutting will always start with the ball.
Coaching Middle School Basketball the RIGHT WAY (By Bob Bigelow) - In this two DVD set Bob Bigelow takes you through a variety of drills, fundamentals, and teaching points specifically targeting coaches that work with players around the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade levels. We highly recommend this DVD. It gives you excellent ideas on how to run ...
Kenyatta Jackson Jr. became the 15th player to give a verbal to Ohio State in the 2022 cycle when he decided to play for Ohio State over Oklahoma, which had been a 50-50 decision dating back to ...
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