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Jim Larranaga's Basketball 2-Pack


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Jim Larranaga's Basketball 2-Pack

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  • Add new wrinkles to your ball screen offense and get several inbound plays to quickly score in special situations
  • Shoot from game spots at game speed while focusing on using consistent mechanics to produce better shooters

Jim Larranaga's Approach to Teaching Offense & Defense

with Jim Larranaga,
University of Miami Head Coach;2x ACC Coach of the Year (2013, 2016);
2013 AP College Basketball Coach of the Year;
2013 Naismith College Coach of the Year;
2013 Henry Iba Award;
2013 Adolph Rupp Cup;
2013 ACC regular season and tournament champions;
former George Mason University Head Coach;
2006 Final Four appearance;
2006 Clair Bee Coach of the Year

This inside look at a Jim Larranaga basketball practice will offer you a glimpse of his offensive and defensive playbooks, in addition to the drills he uses to develop his players. You will get a chance to see skill development drills, nine different plays to incorporate into a ball screen offense or inbound situations, plus defensive strategies for success that will improve your team regardless of the system you run!

Offense

Learn how to develop players with confident dribbling skills using four drills you can run in your practices. The "Steph Curry Warm-Up" runs players through a sequence of stationary ball handling drills that can be performed daily for drastic improvement over the course of a season. The "Baseline to Baseline" and "Cone Dribbling" drills challenge players to perform on the move. The "Seven Seconds" drill progresses to 1-on-1 play that will give your dribblers a game-like challenge trying to breakdown a defender.

Three additional drills work on various phases of your team's perimeter shooting skills. The "Floaters & Runners" drill will teach your players how to finish over shot blockers anchored at the rim. The "6 in a Row" drill is an excellent form shooting drill that teaches athletes proper shooting footwork on the move while also providing shots from multiple distances on the court. Finally, the "2-on-1" drill is a fantastic breakdown drill for teaching players to read closeout situations for making the extra pass or taking the open shot.

The Hurricanes run through an extensive practice segment that breaks down numerous options within their playbook. You will learn a collection of actions that can be integrated into your high ball screen actions such as dribble hand-offs, hand-backs, rejects, re-screens, splits off post feeds, and more.

"42" features multiple ball screens that present different looks for the defense to cover. The twists to each consecutive ball screen will confuse help responsibilities and provide opportunities for backdoor cuts and other wrinkles to your offense. You will also get a chance to see how to enter into offense with the "Horns" and "Iverson" sets. Coach Larranaga also breaks down the options in four of his inbound plays that will get you quick scoring options within seconds.

Defense

For the defensive portion of this video, Larranaga begins with several progressions of the Shell drill. Through a 4-on-4 variation, you will see how to work on defensive positioning, trapping baseline drives, and cutting off basket cuts. Next, Coach Larranaga combines these concepts to challenge defenders to stopping multiple actions at the same time under conditions that more closely resemble true game conditions.

Using a 5-on-5 alignment, you will learn how to practice doubling the post with both of your bigs. Two variations are demonstrated to help your players learn how to trap through quick repetitions, as well as how to rotate following skip passes.

You will also get a chance to see a well-constructed version of 3-on-3 that will raise the intensity of your practices as players compete. Coach Larranaga focuses on defending the "OKC" action as well as initiating through the Horns alignment. You will also learn how to integrate a scoring system and shot clock to ensure that the tempo through this drill is fast.

Be sure to take advantage of this rare opportunity to observe one of the most accomplished coaches, and one of the great teachers, in college basketball cover both sid

Jim Larranaga's Shooting Drills to Improve Accuracy and Shot-Making Under Pressure

with Jim Larranaga,
University of Miami Head Coach;2x ACC Coach of the Year (2013, 2016);
2013 AP College Basketball Coach of the Year;
2013 Naismith College Coach of the Year;
2013 Henry Iba Award;
2013 Adolph Rupp Cup;
2013 ACC regular season and tournament champions;
former George Mason University Head Coach;
2006 Final Four appearance;
2006 Clair Bee Coach of the Year

In this video featuring coach Jim Larranaga, you'll see how to improve the accuracy and efficiency of every player on your team with a varied and challenging series of drills. These drills are designed to work all phases of shooting, including making players better from key 3-point spots and off the dribble.

Goals and Habits

Coach Larranaga will show you how to create specific goals to challenge and focus your players. One of the biggest challenges for coaches is to help their team effectively transfer improvements in practice shooting to games. Throughout the video, you will learn how to emphasize "game shots in game spots at game speed" to make sure that practice improvements show up in game results.

Larra¤aga begins by discussing the importance of developing habits when working on your shot. Footwork, balance, follow through and focus are four keys he hits upon as he works players through these drills.

Drills and Competition

The on-court action begins with a great drill called "Six in a Row." This drill is as simple as it suggests, but players are challenged more than you would think. Shooters must be able to execute proper footwork while going back and forth while constantly trying to hit six shots in a row from game spots. This is not only a challenging drill that will help your poor shooters realize they need to put more work in, it's also a fantastic warm-up drill to get your players ready for practice. Coach Larranaga passes on nine other great shooting drills that also challenge players while giving them a great workout.

Another great aspect of Larranaga's shooting workouts is how he consistently has players compete against either themselves or their teammates. This competition is so important to prepare players to hit big shots in big moments. In one drill, Coach Larranaga adds a defender against two shooters to force players to make good decisions while preparing to shoot. So often, players practice shooting without any pressure and then aren't prepared for clutch situations in games where shooting under pressure is a given.

Don't miss your chance to see how one of the top college coaches in the country approaches the most important player development skill - shooting!

52 minutes. 2020.


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