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Championship Ideas for Player and Coach Development
Learn how to get the most out of your players every day and prepare them for competition
Discover individual skill development drills to improve shooting, rebounding, conditioning and more
Jim Calhoun gives you a lesson plan of how to be the coach you want to be and how to practice with purpose
with Jim Calhoun, 2011 NCAA Championship Coach - only the fifth coach to win three NCAA titles (1999; 2004; 2011); Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (Class of 2005); 17 Big East Championships (10 regular season 7 tournament titles); over 850 career victories and Kevin Ollie, Assistant Men's Basketball Coach
Get an in-depth look at practice strategies and drills from 2011 NCAA National Championship Coach Jim Calhoun and his assistant coach, Kevin Ollie. Learn the drills they use on a daily basis to develop competitive, winning teams.
Kevin Ollie, retired 18-year NBA point guard, takes you through individual drills stressing the importance of being prepared to play and playing hard. Ollie runs players through a 40-minute workout featuring drills that focus on close/contest, catch and shoot, rip and go to the basket, and aggressive man-to-man defense.
Each drill challenges players to put pressure on the defense and also offers conditioning, rebounding and shooting options while working at game tempo. These multi-faceted drills will keep your players mentally engaged and moving onto the next part of the workout.
Coach Calhoun, drawing on a successful 25-year career with the UConn Huskies, shares his approach to building success in practice, in games, and with players. He covers four key things he looks to accomplish each time he hits the floor with his team, and explains his ideas for practicing with a purpose and articulating a specific style of play for a successful outcome. Calhoun shares a wealth of knowledge for any coach looking to take their team to the next level.
Order this DVD today and see drills and coaching lessons from an elite program and led by one of college basketball's most successful coaches aided by an NBA veteran.
54 minutes. 2011.
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