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Jeremy Bialek Basketball 2-Pack

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The Versatile Run & Jump Press

with Jeremy Bialek,
Indianapolis Homeschool Wildcats Head Boys Coach;
5x ICBA State Champions (2011, 2015-2018); over 400 career wins; 6x Conference Champions

Playing a fast-paced, pressure defense can be fun and exciting for your entire team. In this video, 5x IBCA State Championship (Indiana) coach Jeremy Bialek, explains why the run and jump defense has made his program so successful.

Running the run and jump defense creates an environment in which you can play as many players as possible. Bialek demonstrates how versatile you can make the run and jump by combining it with any half court defense.

Whiteboard Diagrams & Philosophy

If you're a coach that has to visualize rotations and setups, Bialek's detailed whiteboard session where he explains the roles, goals, rules, types, and attacks of this defense is immensely helpful. By disrupting your opponent's rhythm and style of play, you'll create an advantage before the game even starts. Your opponents will be forced to spend time preparing to beat your full court defense rather than focusing on how to run their own system.

On Court Set-Up

Guiding you through on-court demonstrations, Coach Bialek lays out the foundation and reads your players will need to look for in order to be successful.

Starting with an aggressive press, athletes pick up the ball as soon as it is inbounded, applying pressure and preventing ball reversals. Guards must have the ability to force opposing players toward the sideline or toward the middle. It's essential that your athletes learn the #1 rule when playing within the run and jump defense: No diving at the pass and allowing opponents to create a 3-on-2 situation the other way.

If an aggressive style of play isn't a good fit for your program, you can take the run and jump defense and play an alternate "contain" style of full court defense. In this method, players sit back in gaps and force ball handlers to use up as much time as possible, which wears opponents down during the course of a game.


With any full court pressure defense, players must be able to play a man down once the press is beat. Coach Bialek demonstrates how to prepare players to be ready for any disadvantage situation.

Starting with simple 1-on-1 full court drills, Bialek shows how to get ahead and cut off the ball handler as they change their pace and speed in the open court. In 1-on-3 Full Court, defenders learn to sprint from one ball handler to the next, stopping the offense from taking the ball straight to the rim and keeping the ball in front of them. Building to 4-on-4-on-4 Continuous, Bialek demonstrates how players need to rebound, outlet the ball quickly and push the ball in transition.

This video provides the complete full court run and jump defensive package. If you're looking for a full court defense that will allow you to utilize your bench more and create disruption, deflections, and defend the circle, look no further!

132 minutes. 2018.

The Rocket Offense: Pro-Style Transition Ball-Screen Sets & Breakdowns

with Jeremy Bialek,
Indianapolis Homeschool Wildcats Head Boys Coach;
5x ICBA State Champions (2011, 2015-2018); over 400 career wins; 6x Conference Champions

The D'Antoni-coached teams of Phoenix and most recently, Houston, have utilized a successful ball screen motion offense that took them all the way to the Western Conference Finals. 5x ICBA State Champion (Indiana) head coach Jeremy Bialek models his own ball screen motion offense off of this potent offense to give his players numerous scoring opportunities, and, he details the entire system in this informative, instructional video.

By installing the ball screen motion offense, your players will learn to read how the defense plays a screen and react accordingly. Most importantly, this is a fun, up-tempo style of offense that can be used in the half-court and out of transition.

Philosophy, Diagrams, and On-Court Demonstration

No matter what, with this offense, your players will have great angles of attack that will present various scoring opportunities in the half court and in transition.

Coach Bialek centers his offense around constantly having two ball handlers. The ball handlers' focus is to get downhill, especially in transition. Pushing the pace and stretching the floor with your wings will allow the ball handlers to draw out help side defenders as they turn the corner and look to attack the rim or hit a post rolling to the rim.

As teams pick up on your transition ball screens, they will look to defend the screens several ways. With a hard hedge/trap, ball handlers can time the screen just right and look for a slipping post player or back the ball out in order to draw the defenders out and create space. This will allow your players to re-attack and split the defenders going downhill.

On a regular hedge, ball handlers can use a hesitation move to create separation and a timing delay, allowing them to turn the corner or reverse the ball, looking for the post player on the roll. In a switching situation, guards can look to attack the switch with a bounce off and re-attack, especially if the mismatch is a slow-moving post player. Your ball handlers can also take advantage of a post player diving hard to the basket and sealing a guard.

Bialek gets his offense rolling with several easy-to-use entries that create movement and provide opportunity to get the ball into your best player's hands. Using dribble hand-off options, you can create downhill action, attacking the middle of the floor out of a corner hand-off and a ball screen within the lane. Using double down screens, Bialek shows how you can create action for your best shooter to come off of down screens and a ball screen for an open 3-pointer or a driving lane to attack the basket.

Breakdown Drills

Beginning with 5-on-0 transition, your players will learn the lanes and spots they need to fill to spread a defense out and create space for ball screens and driving lanes. As athletes learn the rhythm and driving lanes, you can add a defense into the mix and allow your offense to see reads and their options to attack coming off of the ball screen, down screen, or dribble hand-off option.

Breaking down ball handlers' attacks, Bialek uses 1-on-0 and 1-on-1 screening drills where players are attacking downhill in transition and work on their finishing moves around the rim. Building into 2-on-0 and 2-on-2 drills, players learn how to hit the post player rolling or popping with various passes such as a pocket pass, bounce pass, lob pass, and dump pass. Each drill will help your players learn the timing, accuracy and rhythm of the screening action.

This is a great break down and build up of this pro-style ball screen offense that has helped teams at all levels build winning programs. From breakdown drills, to teaching reads, to sets for your best players, you will learn how to get the most out of your athletes and teach them t

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