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Matthew Driscoll's Coaching Basketball 4-Pack


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Matthew Driscoll's Coaching Basketball 4-Pack

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  • Get 13 skill development drills to build up dribbling, passing and scoring ability
  • Get 12 shooting drills that will challenge your players to improve their accuracy and build muscle memory
  • Learn 1-on-1 and 2-on-2 competitive drills that develop individual accountability on defense
  • Learn four ways to defend ball screens so you can make adjustments based on your personnel and your opponent

Drills for Developing Hybrid Players

with Matthew Driscoll,
University of North Florida Head Coach;
2015 Atlantic Sun Champions; 2015 Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year

Matthew Driscoll knows how to build a program. Coach Driscoll served as an assistant on Scott Drew's staff at Baylor from 2003 to 2009, helping to lead the Bears' back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 20 years (2008). After being hired as the head coach of North Florida in 2009, Driscoll repeated this feat, turning the program around and leading the Ospreys to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance (2014-15).

Being tall used to mean you played around the basket, but in today's game, developing your taller players is a necessity to have consistent success. The hybrid player might be the most valuable type of athlete on the court in today's game.

In this unique skill development video, Matthew Driscoll shows you how to develop the tall players on your team into "hybrid" players. These multi-dimensional players have the physical tools to score from inside, but also have the shooting ability to stretch the floor and the ball handling skills to attack from the perimeter.

Ball Handling Drills

Coach Driscoll shares a great set of ball handling drills for bigs that are normally used with point guards. There are four drills that will improve your players' ability to shake a defender with a dribble move and create a driving lane to the rim. These drills will help your players develop a tight control of the ball that shrinks the space they need to execute a variety of separation moves.

In the next set of drills, Coach Driscoll combines ball handling with finishes around the basket. Each move stresses the change of direction that is key to getting defenders on their heels. Your players will work on scoring with pro-hops, step-back jumpers, floaters, the "Stockton" move and more.

Training in the Post

Your hybrid players will have opportunities to exploit mismatches in the post and need to establish a back to the basket game. With three drills from Coach Driscoll, you'll learn how to teach your players to finish at the rim.

The QB-Tee Back to the Basket series will teach your players eight ways to score through post play. Players will also learn how to utilize a "cheat step" to quickly get angles on their defender to put them in position to score. Coach Driscoll shows you how the cheat step can be used on the block or perimeter for 10 ways to score.

Shooting Drills

Coach Driscoll shows three shooting drills that will sharpen your players' shooting technique. The Great 8 Finishing drill will teach your players how to finish with control at the rim using either hand with six finishes. Coach Driscoll has broken down his ball screen offense to help his hybrid players get repetitions with eight scoring situations they'll commonly see in games.

Creating Offense

Whether it's in a pick and roll setting or working off the pass, Coach Driscoll shows how he develops his guys into playmakers with two final skill development drills. The first breaks down options for penetrating the lane, and also includes how to execute a "Lebron" pass to open up perimeter shooters as the help defense sinks to cut off driving lanes. The Ball Screen Acuity drill opens up the possibility of utilizing little-on-big ball screens, with your hybrid players as ball handlers in the pick and roll action. In this drill, players learn how to individually attack different types of ball screen defense.

The game of basketball is changing, and so are the athletes who play it. The hybrid player is becoming more common, and labeling players as "one position" players will be seen less often in the future. Coach Driscoll has created an extensive workout that every coach needs to develop multi-dimensional players. This video will show you the skills, drills, and scoring moves necessary to develop pla

Competitive Shooting Drills for Basketball Practice

with Matthew Driscoll,
University of North Florida Head Coach;
2015 Atlantic Sun Champions; 2015 Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year

Matthew Driscoll knows how to build a program. Coach Driscoll served as an assistant on Scott Drew's staff at Baylor from 2003 to 2009, helping to lead the Bears' back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 20 years (2008). After being hired as the head coach of North Florida in 2009, Driscoll repeated this feat, turning the program around and leading the Ospreys to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance (2014-15).

University of North Florida head coach, Matthew Driscoll, has helped his team garner a reputation of utilizing the 3-point line as an offensive weapon. Earning the moniker "Birds of Trey," the Ospreys have risen amongst the nation's leaders in 3-point acumen under Driscoll's leadership.

On display are a series of 12 shooting drills to help develop your players into sharpshooters. These drills incorporate a variety of strategies that will challenge your players to hit shots under pressure. Every exercise aims to force shooters into the uncomfortable, game-like pressure of having to make the "big shot" in games.

Team Shooting Drills

Three team shooting drills can be fit into any practice to get your players to work on their shots. Right from the warm-up, Coach Driscoll utilizes goals so players are focused on every shot. The Shooting to 5 with Perfection drill has your team working to make consecutive shots from a variety of locations on the floor. Win the Game is a classic shooting drill which will raise the intensity of your free throw practice.

The 5-on-5 Warm-up uses the "money ball" concept to simulate game-like pressure to hit big shots from different angles and distances on the floor.

Small Group Shooting Drills

Your players will develop a step back shot, slide step shot, and spot shooting techniques in these small group shooting drills. All of the drills incorporate goals such as progressing or moving backwards, based on the group's shooting percentage or make/miss streaks, to create pressure on the players.

Battling through each drill's requirements will get your athletes to focus on their shooting form and develop mental toughness to successfully get through each practice segment. The 3-Spot Shooting drill is a fantastic way to improve your players' shooting accuracy at different ranges and off the dribble.

Elite shooters can hit big shots because they have developed the technique and the mindset to thrive under pressure. These shooting drills from Coach Driscoll are perfect for any coach looking to simulate intense pressure in their practices.

72 minutes. 2015.

Competitive Practice Drills for Defense

with Matthew Driscoll,
University of North Florida Head Coach;
2015 Atlantic Sun Champions; 2015 Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year

Matthew Driscoll knows how to build a program. Coach Driscoll served as an assistant on Scott Drew's staff at Baylor from 2003 to 2009, helping to lead the Bears' back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 20 years (2008). After being hired as the head coach of North Florida in 2009, Driscoll repeated this feat, turning the program around and leading the Ospreys to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance (2014-15).

Encouraging competition in practices will get your players to work harder, improve faster and have more fun. 2015 Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year, Matthew Driscoll, demonstrates 12 competitive drills that helped his team become one of the highest scoring teams in the country. The drills work both sides of the floor to build a complete offensive and defensive package.

Using 1v1, 2v2, 3v3, and 5v5 situations, Coach Driscoll teaches his players techniques and concepts that prepare them for the upcoming season. These 12 competitive drills will create disadvantage situations, condition players, build toughness and increase court awareness. Utilizing the shot clock and a winner for each drill, Coach Driscoll builds a climate of competitiveness with his team.

1v1, 2v2, 3v3 Drills for Offense and Defense

Break down your half court offensive and defensive concepts with a series of 1-on-1, and 2-on-2 practice drills. Learn how Coach Driscoll maximizes competition by tracking each team's defensive efficiency ratings (DER) to determine the winner of each drill.

The Full Court Advantage drill requires your players to contain the ball in the full court and prevent splits that will lead to easy scoring opportunities. The Laker to Heat drill creates a temporary 3-on-2 advantage for the offense and challenges your defenders to sprint back and get organized to protect the rim. Sprint Pick and Roll is a half court drill to focus on concepts in your ball screen offense and defense.

Transition Drills

Coach Driscoll runs his players through four drills in a segment that emphasizes transition defense. The Build Up drill has players compete through every type of disadvantage situation in fast breaks, while the 2-3 Transition to 11 Drill teaches athletes how to get back in a zone through their transition defense.

Rebounding Drills

You'll see the three tried and true rebounding drills that Coach Driscoll relies on in his practices. These competitive drills will get your players to fight for rebounding position. Coach Driscoll also provides commentary on how you can modify your rebounding drills to increase the difficulty as your players improve in skill level.

If you're looking for ways to increase the energy in your gym, this video will show you competitive practice drills to motivate players of all levels. Your athletes will learn to improve their skills no matter what test is thrown at them.

72 minutes. 2015.

Stopping the Pick and Roll

with Matthew Driscoll,
University of North Florida Head Coach;
2015 Atlantic Sun Champions; 2015 Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year

Matthew Driscoll knows how to build a program. Coach Driscoll served as an assistant on Scott Drew's staff at Baylor from 2003 to 2009, helping to lead the Bears' back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 20 years (2008). After being hired as the head coach at North Florida in 2009, Driscoll repeated this feat, turning the program around and leading the Ospreys to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance (2014-15).

Ball screens have become a prominent scoring option for teams at all levels across the nation. Well-executed pick and rolls are effective at forcing defenses to break down as they scramble to cover all of the scoring threats.

Using a progression of defensive practice drills, Matthew Driscoll demonstrates four strategies for shutting down ball screens, including the hard hedge, the "blitz" trap, switch, and zoning the ball. Coach Driscoll provides in-depth commentary and whiteboard illustrations to show how your whole team can operate as a unit to lock down scoring options created by ball screens.

Breakdown Drills to Defend the Ball Screen

Learn how to use breakdown stations to teach defensive techniques for players involved in the ball screen. Coach Driscoll explains the teaching points he emphasizes for each of the four defensive strategies.

  • Hard hedges by the screen defender disrupts the ball handler's attack while the guard recovers.
  • "Blitz" forces turnovers that can lead to fast break opportunities by trapping the ball.
  • Switching the ball screen minimizes the amount of help your off-ball defenders have to provide. It also eliminates two defenders being occupied with the ball.
  • The "Zone" option allows your post player to pack the paint and force penetrating guards into difficult, contested mid-range shots.

Practice Segments

With his 3-on-3 practice segment, Coach Driscoll begins to reinforce the support needed by help defenders against angled ball screens and the Horns set. A major emphasis for defenders guarding shooters in the corners is to help by "tagging" the rolling big man while recovering on a pass to challenge shot attempts.

Practice progresses into a full 5-on-5 segment where the entire team defense works on shutting down the ball screen. Coach Driscoll also has players learn how to guard additional offensive tactics, such as

  • side ball screens
  • playing through multiple pick and rolls
  • defending the Floppy action
  • covering ball screens after a defending a UCLA screen

You'll also see Coach Driscoll use a white board to break down each scenario with diagrams and discussion, which help clarify points that were covered on the court

Coach Driscoll gives you everything you need to know about defending the pick and roll. You will learn the technique, player mindset, defensive rotations and system of communication involved in four different defensive strategies that will render your opponents' ball screens useless.

76 minutes. 2015.


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