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Practice Planning Process

Practice Planning Process

A look inside the practice planning process by examining a one-day “snapshot” of a basketball practice plan. Practice planning is an art form best learned through trial and error. There is no perfect plan or template. Coaches must tweak their process until they feel what they are doing with practice time elicits the most transference

March 31, 2016 - March 31, 2016 - 31.03.2016, xblx, Basketball FIBA Europe Cup, Fraport Skyliners - Maccabi Rand Media Rishon, emspor, v.l. Avi Ben Chimol (Maccabi Rishon Le Zion), Philip Scrubb (Fraport Skyliners Frankfurt)....31 03 2016 xblx Basketball FIBA Europe Cup Fraport Skyliners Maccabi Edge Media Rishon emspor v l Avi Ben Chimol Maccabi Rishon Le Zion Philip SCRUBB Fraport Skyliners Frankfurt (Credit Image: � Imago via ZUMA Press)

Ball Screen Concepts – Arrive Alone

Ball Screen Concepts: Six ways to get the screener to “arrive alone” when setting ball screens.  Nothing ruins a party like an uninvited guest. When setting ball screens the screener’s defender can sometimes be just that – an annoying tag-a-long that ruins things for the ball handler. The ball screen can potentially give the dribble an

Four-Low BLOBs

Four-Low BLOBs

Two baseline out-of-bounds plays from a pair of elite programs – Arizona and Texas A&M – featuring the four-low alignment.  In these two baseline out of bounds sets from the Arizona Wildcats and the Texas A&M Lady Aggies we see the common theme of the four-low alignment. One features the seamless connection of inbounds to

March 18, 2016 - St. Louis, Missouri, U.S - Wisconsin Badger guard BRONSON KOENIG (24) looks to make a pass past the defense of Pittsburgh Panthers forward JAMEL ARTIS (1) during the first round of the East Region in the 2016 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, where #7 Wisconsin defeated #10 Pittsburgh 47-43, held at The Scottrade Center in St. Louis, MO (Credit Image: © Richard Ulreich via ZUMA Wire)

Pressure Man Tips – Box Pressure

Apply these Box Pressure concepts of man-to-man defense to confine offenses and disrupt your opponents’ spacing and ball movement. Offenses often rely on passes to trigger actions. Continuities and some set plays need the ball to change sides of the floor for actions to be initiated. Using Box Pressure teaching points within pressure man defense

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