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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Team Tougheners & Drills



Every coach wants their team to play tough and this is a collection of the best clinic notes, DVD reviews, handouts, PDF files, and eBooks assembled on Basketball Team Tougheners & Drills. If you are looking for something new or just wanting to improve on what you already know this is the collection for you. Over 25 MB of files compiling hundreds of pages, there is more information in this collection than most books. Below is a list of the featured collections:

Wahlberg's Blood Drills
Brian Gregory's 10 Best Practice Drills
Chris Lowery - Competitive Half Court Drills
Mike DeVillibis - Team Tougheners with Basketball
Gregg Popovich - How to Scrimmage NotesChris Lowery - Competitive Transition Drills
Don Meyer - The Mental Approach
Herb Livsey Warrior Drills - 17 pages
Michael Jordan Quotes
War Drill
Skip Prosser Competitive Rebounding Drills
Jeff Young Concentration and Conditioning Drills
Bruce Weber - 20 Competitive Practice Drills
Building Team Unity

Man to Man Defense Collection

This is a collection of the best clinic notes, DVD reviews, handouts, PDF files, and eBooks assembled on man to man defense. If you are looking for something new or just wanting to improve on what you already know this is the collection for you. Over 30 MB of files compiling hundreds of pages, there is more information in this collection than most books. Below is a list of the featured collections:


Dick Bennett Man to Man (25 PDF Files)
Disruptive Pressure Basketball (31 PowerPoint Slides)
Duke 6 Point Drill
Freak Defense (8 pages)
Jack Bennett - Gap Man to Man Defense
Jeff Lebo - Double the Post
Jim Boone - Pressure Pack Line Defense (14 pages)
Kevin O'Neill Priority Man to Man Defense
Larry Shyatt - Face Guard Defensive Notes
Nolan Richardson Arkansas Man to Man Defense
Ralph Miller Pressure Basketball (14 pages)
Rick Pitino Ball Defense
The Art of Defense (25 pages)
Tom Izzo Dominating Rebounding and Man to Man (11 pages)
Mike Jarvis Defensive System

There are other defensive notes in this collection highlighted by the ones you see. Plenty of information to learn about this defense.

Saturday, September 13, 2008

NBA's Best Plays & Individual Workout Notes



This is a collection of the Phoenix Suns offensive sets (8 pages) and a dozen other NBA coaches. This is a fantastic set of notes that includes the Boston Celtic's Individual Skill Development Guru Kevin Eastman as well as Kloppenburg's SOS Defensive System. Also included is the 1974 LA Laker Playbook at just over 43 pages. Just look below at what is offered in this set and learn from the world's best coaches.

Phoenix Suns Offense - 8 pages
1974 Laker Playbook - 43 pages
Greg Poppovich Favorite Drills & Motion Offense
SOS Defensive System - 31 slides Powerpoint
NBA Pre-Draft Camp Notes
Utah Jazz Philosophy
Charlotte Bobcats Scouting Report of Utah Jazz
Chicago Bulls Training Camp
Detroit Pistons Training Camp
WNBA Indiana Fever - 2 Practice Plans
Boston Celtics Practice Plan
Larry Brown Myrtle Beach Clinic Notes
Jeff Van Gundy - Knicks Defensive Philosophy - 15 pages
Bullets Open Post Offense
Steve Nash Shooting
Golden State Warrior Out of Bounds Plays
NBA Eurolive Tour Notes
Kevin Eastman Individual Improvement Notes
Kevin Eastman - 26 Skill Development Drills
Hubie Brown Special Situations
Hubie Brown How to Win with Less Talent
Hubie Brown Playbook for Success
Eric Musselman - Motivation and Coaching
Mike Dunlap Defensive Philosophy

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Basketball Conditioning Drills & Best Practice Drills Collection including Dribble Drive Drills

This is our latest edition to the collection. We have included the Best Basketball Conditioning Drills as well as the Best Practice Drills to get everyone ready for the start of basketball season. Enjoy and feel free to email me with any trades or updates!

Basketball Conditioning Drills - includes Duke's Agility & Defensive Drills, the Chicago Bulls Training Regimen, a high school program's complete workout, a spreadsheet workout plan, HIT conditioning, 2 sets of Alan Stein notes, and more. Over 250 pages of notes and plans...


Best Practice Drills Collection - includes 150 pages of the Memphis Coaching Retreat, Larry Brown Practice Ideas, 4 Seasons High School Complete System from man to man, zone, practice, UOOB, everything, 37 Essential Skills for Coaching by Eric Mussellman (NBA), Don Meyer Practice Planning 60 pages, Brian Gregory's 10 Best Practice Drills, Vance Wahlberg's Practice Drills for the Dribble Attack Offense, and many other team practice plans.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

New Motion Offense Packet Notes

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Jay Wright
Billy Gillespie
Bobby Knight
Dana Altman
Joe Scott
John Wooden
Dick Bennett
Todd Lickliter
John Beilein
Bruce Weber
Steve Alford


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Saturday, June 7, 2008

Memphis Dribble Drive Motion Offense by John Calipari & Vance Walberg

Memphis Dribble Drive Motion Offense by John Calipari & Vance Walberg

This is an e-book that contains a wealth of information on Coach Walberg's system of dribble drive offense. This is the same offense that John Calipari used at Memphis this season to reach the National Championship game. It includes all of the notes, diagrams, build up drills, breakdown notes, and full court press philosophy to help implement this system. It also includes a section on set plays to use in this offense. A great package to understand this new style of offense.

Go to www.bestbasketballnotes.blogspot.com for more information.

Sunday, May 25, 2008

The TOP Offensive Set Play Notes

The TOP Offensive Set Play Notes

This collection of notes includes:

1. (60) 1-4 Offensive Set Plays - for more information about this type of offense, go here to read our article: http://www.coachlikeapro.com/basketball-quick-hitter-offense.html
2. Tom Izzo Sets & Quick Hitters - Includes his great zone quick hitters as well as man to man quick hitters
3. Steve Smith (Oak Hill) - These are the quick hitters from his 40 series
4. Mike D'Antoni - The head coach of the Phoenix Suns (for now) plays a fast style of offense, but these are some of his quick hitters that he uses in his high octane offense.
5. Gregg McDermott - 22 pages of his set play offense. A great collection of notes on this set play offense.

Also includes sets from Doug Bruno, Pete Gillen, Todd Lickliter, Spanish National Team, Bobby Lutz, as well as others...

http://www.basketballcoachesclub.blogspot.com/

TOP 5 Defensive Clinic Notes

Top DEFENSIVE Notes


1. Dick Bennett - 50 pages of notes on Dick Bennetts Pack-line defense. Gathered from a clinic and other notes assembled from his DVD, this collection of notes covers everything from his break down drills, principles, practice plans, game preparation, and more. A great collection of notes to understand this defensive guru and his philosophy.

2. Bobby Huggins - His matchup zone rules and "box theory" of defense is included in this set of notes. After the remarkable defensive turnaround at WVU, his theory has been proven yet again. He believes in playing every pass in the passing lane to allow over the top passes forcing the ball into the corner and a smaller "box." Check this new theory of defensive basketball out on this collection.

3. Jim Calhoun - 20 pages of his multiple defensive system. Another great collection of notes that also includes his 2-2-1 zone press.

4. Rick Pitino - the only coach to ever take 3 different schools to a Final Four, Pitino's pressure defense is famous and this set of notes diagrams his famous BLACK and WHITE presses.

5. Vance Walberg - 30 pages of notes from a highly successful high school coach, Vance Walberg's system of defensive play has had an affect at the JUCO level and southern California. He has a system of pressing that includes man and zone principles that are unlike any other defense. Terminology such as controller, trapper, and interceptor are specific and easier for players to understand.

http://www.basketballcoachesclub.blogspot.com/

Top Open Post Offense Notes

The Best Open Post Offense Notes


1. Bob Huggins – This is 15 pages assembled from a clinic where the open post offense was explained. Includes the quick hitters and things run by Huggins at West Virginia. Good starter set to understand the open post.

2. Jerry Petitgoue – One of the all-time best high school coaches, this is a huge collection of notes on his open post offense. He is probably more famous for his triple post offense which can be found in the set offenses, but he is a basketball genius successful at the high school level. Great set of notes for any coach.

3. Carrier's Open Post – This is an indepth analysis of 32 pages of the open post offense. It included every wrinkle to understand how to implement the motion offense.

4. Bruce Weber – The open post offense use by Bruce Weber at Illinois includes the break down drills to teach this offense. This is from a clinic and the set of notes will help any coach wanting to use the open post motion. It also includes their basic reads.

5. NBA Bullets Open Post - This is from the NBA's old team the Washington Bullets, now the Wizards, and includes a professional version of this offense. There are also some quick hitters that teams need to use to score quickly with this offense.

www.basketballcoachesclub.blogspot.com

Top 5 Individual Workout Notes

Top 5 Individual Workout Notes


1. Steve Smith Workout Drills - Oak Hill Academy's Steve Smith is a legendary high school coach and his development of players is almost as famous. These are the drills he uses to improve players. Over 10 pages...

2. Rick Pitino Improvement Drills - The best coach at developing his basketball players. How many players has he made into NBA players? These are the new drills that he uses to improve the players skills.

3. Tom Crean - 37 pages of the booklet he uses to develop his basketball players. See the drills that the new Indiana coach will implement as he rebuilds that Big Ten powerhouse...

4. Herb Livesey Warrior Drills - a scout for the Golden State Warriors, these are some of the drills used by the world's best players and includes a conditioning segment with the basketball drills. These are the famous "Warrior Drills" featured in Sports Illustrated.

5. Kevin Sutton's 26 Skill Development Drills - Coach Sutton is one of the best clinicians NIKE has and has done clinics all over the world on skill development. He is excellent at showing drills how to improve in the off season and his teams at Monteverde Academy demonstrate his teaching ability.

www.bestbasketballnotes.blogspot.com

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Top 10 OFFENSIVE Clinic Notes

Top 10 OFFENSIVE Clinic Notes


10. 1-4 High Offensive Sets – This is a collection of 1-4 High Offensive sets put together by Dan Kiser. It is the best collection of 1-4 high sets I have seen and includes over 60 plays that start from the 1-4 alignment popular because of its ability to limit help during the initial alignment. Dan is the originator of the coaches’ club and the main reason I am putting this blog together. This is just strictly plays from a 1-4 high offensive set and has some of the best scoring options available.

9. Billy Donovan Spread Pick/Roll Offense – 20 pages of the two-time national championship teams’ spread pick/roll offense. The details of these notes are excellent and it includes a section from UF’s coaching clinic from 2007. Great clinic notes that provide special insight into the offense of Billy Donovan and another version of a penetrating motion offense. The pick/roll is one of the oldest tactics in basketball and is still being implemented at the highest levels of basketball.

8. The New Memphis Offense – This is 24 pages of a basketball clinic that is very organized and detailed describing what John Calipari calls his “Princeton Offense on steroids.” Based on Vance Wahlberg’s system of dribble motion, it has the basic principles, terminology, and some quick hitters included. There are tons of notes out there on this new style of play based on the dribble drive, but this one keeps it simple and allows you to understand the basics to see if you want to learn more. Great notes.

7. McDermott’s Set Play Offense – This is a collection of coaching notes based on his DVD and makes a good case for coaches that like to call out sets rather than rely on motion offense. He says that good set plays have counters for what the defense can try and take away. He also likes the ability of a coach to determine who is going to get the next shot by use of the set play. These notes include his thoughts about teaching set plays and have over 20 pages of different sets and alignments. This is a great set of notes for coaches that like quick hitters or just want to brush up on some sets for late game situations.

6. Duke’s Motion Offense to Attack Man/Zone Defense – Coach Jerry Nicholson reviewed this popular DVD and his website is http://www.winnetkabullets.com/. This is over 43 pages of a video review that offers coaches the chance to learn a, “a sound method that is effective against man and zone defense.” The thing I like the most about this review is that it includes ALL of the breakdown drills needed to make any offense successful. This is a great review of a video by a master of motion offense in Coach K.

5. Vance Wahlberg’s Pepperdine Offense – This is popular offense that led to the success of Vance Wahlberg while he was a high school coach and a JUCO coach. However, he ran into problems at Pepperdine where the platoon system was less effective because of the talent level of division one players. I think it works well in JUCO where kids have a hard time making adjustments to the game and in high school where that same problem is exacerbated. This is a great system for motion coaches, but like the Princeton, you have to play the entire system. This is not a collection of plays, and instead is a style of play that you have to live and breathe for it to be successful. Check out Vance Wahlberg Nation for more information about this system.

4. UAB/Indiana Basketball Playbook – This is a 57-page notebook of Coach Mike Davis’s Hi/Low Offense. This is very similar to Bill Self’s offense at Kansas as well as former Coach John Brady’s offense at LSU. Personally, I have seen this offense at different levels and even used it. I HATE it because it puts too much pressure on you to get the ball reversed to the middle of the floor with one of your post players. It is too easy to force a team to immediately use their counters because it is so basic. While one cannot argue with the results of some teams using this focus on the Hi/Low attack, it is still too dependent on talent for most teams to use. But that’s just my opinion…I know guys that love it.

3. Princeton Rules and Offense – This is quickly becoming one of the most popular offenses to run due to the success of teams like Georgetown, Richmond, Northwestern, and don’t forget Bill Carmody at Northwestern. He still teaches it better than anyone even though he hasn’t had the players to win with it in the Big 10. Jeff Bdzelik at Colorado formerly of Air Force is another genius using this offense. I think that this is a great offense, but more than that, it is a system of play that demands disciplined defense as well as a commitment to ball movement and shot selection. There are several great books out on this offense and I encourage you to seek out someone already running this after you have reviewed the notes.

2. 4 Out-1 In Motion/3 Out-2 In Motion – Two separate packets over 70 pages and 120 diagrams…put together by John Carrier and is very basic while still being detailed oriented. He talks about the different cuts, angles, and types of screens that can be set in a true motion offense. Great details, but you need a basic understanding of motion to really make use of these notes. A great encyclopedia of all of the options available in motion, but none of the adjustments that the great ones make to adjust the offense to their personnel. John did a great job of detailing everything and is a good review set of notes.

1. Jerry Wainwright’s Encyclopedia of Coaching – This is one of the best collection of basketball thoughts that I have seen. It has over 60 pages of thoughts on offense, defense, coaching philosophy, sets, special plays, and motivational quotes. Too much information to describe here. It also includes side outs and under outs…details, details, details…

Top 10 OFFENSIVE Clinic Notes

Top 10 OFFENSIVE Clinic Notes


10. 1-4 High Offensive Sets – This is a collection of 1-4 High Offensive sets put together by Dan Kiser. It is the best collection of 1-4 high sets I have seen and includes over 60 plays that start from the 1-4 alignment popular because of its ability to limit help during the initial alignment. Dan is the originator of the coaches’ club and the main reason I am putting this blog together. This is just strictly plays from a 1-4 high offensive set and has some of the best scoring options available.

9. Billy Donovan Spread Pick/Roll Offense – 20 pages of the two-time national championship teams’ spread pick/roll offense. The details of these notes are excellent and it includes a section from UF’s coaching clinic from 2007. Great clinic notes that provide special insight into the offense of Billy Donovan and another version of a penetrating motion offense. The pick/roll is one of the oldest tactics in basketball and is still being implemented at the highest levels of basketball.

8. The New Memphis Offense – This is 24 pages of a basketball clinic that is very organized and detailed describing what John Calipari calls his “Princeton Offense on steroids.” Based on Vance Wahlberg’s system of dribble motion, it has the basic principles, terminology, and some quick hitters included. There are tons of notes out there on this new style of play based on the dribble drive, but this one keeps it simple and allows you to understand the basics to see if you want to learn more. Great notes.

7. McDermott’s Set Play Offense – This is a collection of coaching notes based on his DVD and makes a good case for coaches that like to call out sets rather than rely on motion offense. He says that good set plays have counters for what the defense can try and take away. He also likes the ability of a coach to determine who is going to get the next shot by use of the set play. These notes include his thoughts about teaching set plays and have over 20 pages of different sets and alignments. This is a great set of notes for coaches that like quick hitters or just want to brush up on some sets for late game situations.

6. Duke’s Motion Offense to Attack Man/Zone Defense – Coach Jerry Nicholson reviewed this popular DVD and his website is http://www.winnetkabullets.com/. This is over 43 pages of a video review that offers coaches the chance to learn a, “a sound method that is effective against man and zone defense.” The thing I like the most about this review is that it includes ALL of the breakdown drills needed to make any offense successful. This is a great review of a video by a master of motion offense in Coach K.

5. Vance Wahlberg’s Pepperdine Offense – This is popular offense that led to the success of Vance Wahlberg while he was a high school coach and a JUCO coach. However, he ran into problems at Pepperdine where the platoon system was less effective because of the talent level of division one players. I think it works well in JUCO where kids have a hard time making adjustments to the game and in high school where that same problem is exacerbated. This is a great system for motion coaches, but like the Princeton, you have to play the entire system. This is not a collection of plays, and instead is a style of play that you have to live and breathe for it to be successful. Check out Vance Wahlberg Nation for more information about this system.

4. UAB/Indiana Basketball Playbook – This is a 57-page notebook of Coach Mike Davis’s Hi/Low Offense. This is very similar to Bill Self’s offense at Kansas as well as former Coach John Brady’s offense at LSU. Personally, I have seen this offense at different levels and even used it. I HATE it because it puts too much pressure on you to get the ball reversed to the middle of the floor with one of your post players. It is too easy to force a team to immediately use their counters because it is so basic. While one cannot argue with the results of some teams using this focus on the Hi/Low attack, it is still too dependent on talent for most teams to use. But that’s just my opinion…I know guys that love it.

3. Princeton Rules and Offense – This is quickly becoming one of the most popular offenses to run due to the success of teams like Georgetown, Richmond, Northwestern, and don’t forget Bill Carmody at Northwestern. He still teaches it better than anyone even though he hasn’t had the players to win with it in the Big 10. Jeff Bdzelik at Colorado formerly of Air Force is another genius using this offense. I think that this is a great offense, but more than that, it is a system of play that demands disciplined defense as well as a commitment to ball movement and shot selection. There are several great books out on this offense and I encourage you to seek out someone already running this after you have reviewed the notes.

2. 4 Out-1 In Motion/3 Out-2 In Motion – Two separate packets over 70 pages and 120 diagrams…put together by John Carrier and is very basic while still being detailed oriented. He talks about the different cuts, angles, and types of screens that can be set in a true motion offense. Great details, but you need a basic understanding of motion to really make use of these notes. A great encyclopedia of all of the options available in motion, but none of the adjustments that the great ones make to adjust the offense to their personnel. John did a great job of detailing everything and is a good review set of notes.

1. Jerry Wainwright’s Encyclopedia of Coaching – This is one of the best collection of basketball thoughts that I have seen. It has over 60 pages of thoughts on offense, defense, coaching philosophy, sets, special plays, and motivational quotes. Too much information to describe here. It also includes side outs and under outs…details, details, details…

Larry Brown & John Calipari's 2004 Memphis Basketball Coaching Retreat

Larry Brown & John Calipari's 2004 Memphis Basketball Coaching Retreat
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This is a PowerPoint presentation of 73 slides that includes music, graphics, and video to help coaches understand the drills plays and philosophies included on this resource. This is a great addition to any basketball coaches library. The coaches are from the NBA, college, and international levels.

Table of Contents

Ø Dell Harris - The Turnover Game
- Scripting Game
- 7 Possession Game
Ø Sean Miller - The Stride Stop
- 3 on 3 Full Court Continuity Drill
Ø Bryon Scott’s - Basic Offense
- Low Post Offense
- High Post Offense
Ø Nate McMillian - Defense
- Guarding the Side Ball Screen
Ø Lester Connor - Circle Rebound and Transition Drill
Ø Larry Drew - Game Condition Shooting Drill
Ø Larry Estuchy - Transition Defense
Ø Dick Helms - “Four Levels of Defense”
Ø Larry Brown -Zone Offense
Ø Lionel Hollins -Zone Offense
Ø Isaiah Thomas -Zone Offense
Ø John Calipari - Pick Up Game Rules
- Individual Instruction
- ”Winner”
- Spacing vs. Man
- Spacing vs. Zone
- Knick Drill
- Zone Offense
- 5 Minute Shooting
- Transition Progression
Ø Ideas Regarding - Elbow Ball Screen
- Off Ball Defenders
- Defending an ISO

www.basketballcoachesclub.blogspot.com

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

4 Out-1 In Motion Offense Notes

Top 4 Out-1 In Motion Notes Available for Purchase $15


This is a great collection of 4 Out - 1 In Motion Offense Notes. Easy to download. Enjoy!

1. Bill Self - this is the Kansas 4 out-1 in Motion offense that includes their Hi/Low offense as well as their press break. Over 30 pages of his offense, press break, and zone motion.

2. 4 Out-1 In Motion Overview - a huge breakdown of this motion offense that is 48 pages long. If you want an analysis of all of the options available in the offense, this is the note collection for you.

3. Jay Wright Motion - this is the 4 out motion offense used at Villanova and includes 12 pages of notes.

4. Jay Wright Breakdown - these are the breakdown drills for Jay Wright's motion offense.

5. Indiana Playbook - this is 51 pages of Mike Davis' 4 out motion offense that is similar to a high/low motion offense.

6. 2/3 Man Drills - this is a booklet of motion offense breakdown drills to help you implement any kind of motion offense including the motion offense.

Also included on the notes are Georgia's 4 out motion, Bobby Lutz motion, Brownell, Tara Vanderveer's Triangle Offense, Tex Winter's Triangle Offense, and also includes a Checklist for Championship Coaching. A great collection of this offense....

http://www.basketballcoachesclub.blogspot.com/

Friday, April 18, 2008

Get Hired Packet & No Post Offense...Plus Other New Notes

I have included Ed Schilling's Get Hired Packet which is basically his 18 page resume for Wright State University.

Games Approach by Mike McCay
Playing Tough by Mike McCay
Anson Dorrance Speech to UNC Freshmen PDF - Great Motivational Material
Q and A with Mike Dunap of the Denver Nuggets - Defensive Coach
Drills for Sound Basketball
No Post Offense - 2 pgs
Dean Keener - 55 Concepts to Become a Better Coach
On Court Basketball Conditioning

Coach Jackson, I apologize.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Dribble Drive Motion Offense & Kansas Offense

Coaches,

I have the Dribble Drive Motion Offense from Memphis Coach Calipari and I just added Kansas' Bill Self notes. I am still looking for an e-book on the Dribble Motion and let me know if you find one.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

All Notes on DVD

These are all of the notes that I have on the DVD as of today.


Note List:

Lead with Passion Book Review
Nike Clinic 2006
Herb Livsey: Warrior Drills
Mike McConthany: Late game situations and man plus drill
Nike Clinic: 2006 various coaches: Scott Abudato, Homer Drew, Mark Few, Brad Stevens skill improvement notes
Jerry Wainwright: Perimeter play and fastbreak
Will Rey: Box and one vs. a wing, pt. guard, or post
Ernie Kent: "Open" Transition game and Early offense
Steve Fisher: Michigan Post Double notes
Caroline McCombs: Valparaiso University (Women's): Individual player development
Niagara Basketball : Basic sets
Middle Tenn. Women's : Total Option offense Passing Game
Randy Nesbitt: Citadel Motion Offense
Total Offensive package: 2-3 High Motion offense, zone offenses vs. any zone, sideline obs vs. man or zone, baseline obs vs. man or zone (30 pages - very detailed)
Dennis Felton: 4 game
Eric Bridgeland: Pugent Sound Offense
Jerry Petitgoues Triple Post Offense (2 pages)
Tex Winter's Triangle Post Offense (29 pages)
Dennis Felton's Georgia 4 game with drills
Trent Johnson - Vegas clinic 05
Rick Majerus - Breaking Switches
John Kresse - Zone offenses
John Kresse - Offensive and Defensive game winners
Jay Wright - Villanova's motion offense
Jay Wright - St. Bendict's Prep clinic
Jay Wright - Motion Offense
Jay Wright - How to teach motion offense
Jay Wright - Breakdown drills for motion offense
Jay Wright - Attacking Footwork Drills for perimeter players
Jay Wright - 21 skill development drills
Dick Bennett - Pack Line Defense
Dick Bennett - Defending the Lane
Bruce Weber - Vegas 06
Bobby Lutz - Quick Hitters
Bobby Huggins - Vegas 05
Bobby Huggins - Vegas 97
Bobby Huggins - Hutch 96
Australian "AIS" conditioning plan
Joe Scott: Denver Basketball clinic 2007
Ganon Baker: Fiba article on the "Lost art of the Jumpshot"
Business Leadership book: Five Dysfunctions of a team summary
Hoopsource: Basketball Drill Sheet
Coach K: 1988 Basketball Clinic
Larry Brown: Indiana Pacers Practice Plan (1 page)
Bobby Hurley: Practice Plan (1 page)
Bobby Knight: Indiana Practice Plan (1 page)
Fran Franschilla: Practice Organization notes
George Raveling: Junior Nike Practice plan notes
Open Post Offense notes
UCLA offense
Shuffle Offense
Mike Dunlap: Defensive Philosophy
Hubie Brown: Techniques and Strategies
Don Meyer: Coaching clinic notes
John Beilein: Michigan clinic notes
Ramsey: Basketball conditioning program (1 page)
Diamondback Football program
France Pro League stuff
Spain Pro League stuff
Spain Pro League: Scouting
Jim Boeheim 2-3 zone defense notes
Vance Walberg Defensive Philosophy
John Kresse: 2-2-1 press
John Kresse: 1-2-2 and 1-3-1 zones
Los Angeles Lakers: 1977 playbook
Indiana Basketball Playbook
European Multiple Defense
SMU: Half Court Shooting Drills
European Offenses: 4 different offenses
European Pick and Roll Defense
Puerto Rico Scout offense (European offense)
Don Meyer: Creating Turnovers with selective trapping
Teacher's Influence
Mike Dunlap: 1-1-3 zone defense
Mark Turgeon: Texas AM Secondary Break
Todd Lickliter: Butler Offensive sets
Pete Gillen: Developing a post game
Open Post Motion offense
Iowa: Press Break
4 out, 1 in motion offense
1-1-1-2 Conceal Press defense
Jere Quinn (St. Thomas Prep): Philosophy of Coaching
Gregg Popovich: How to Scrimmage
Own the lane Post workout
Dave Leitao: NABC clinic notes
North Carolina: Complete conditioning workout observation
Orlando Magic Summer league observations
Purdue Preseason workout
Indiana WNBA Fever Practice observations
Jerry Petitgoue: Youth Practice workouts
Mike Dunlap: 1-1-3 Matchup zone defense
John Saintignon: Pass-option secondary break
Double Pump Clinic: notes from this fall
Wisconsin Green Bay: clinic notes
Bob Huggins: Open Post notes with Diagrams
Bob Huggins: Open Post notes without Diagrams
Italian 2003 clinic: Wheel offense (50 pages worth)
International NBA Clinic: Belgrade 2002 clinic
Post player moves and skills notes
Dick Bennett: Defensive concepts
Coach K: Basketball Thoughts
Rick Pitino: Ball Defense
Mike Brey: Offensive footwork
Steve Hawkins: Man Defense
Cheryl Burnett: Scramble Defense
Jim Boone: Packline Defense and Motion offense
LaSalle Academy: Big Men workouts
Princeton Offense: Twenty rules to make it work
Don Meyer: Things that we have to learn
NBA EuroLive Tour: playbook
Larry Gipson: Motion Offense notes
Pete Carril: Princeton High Post Offense
Rick Majerus: Half Court Man to Man Defense
Flex Ball Screen Offense"
Zip out of bounds play
Will Rey: Combination Defenses
Larry Shyatt: Face Guard Defense
Vance Walberg: Vance Walberg Nation Offense handouts
Art of Defense
Mike DeVillivis: Mini clinics
Bullets Open Post Offense
Triangle and Two defense
A Bunch of Set Plays
A Bunch of Continuity Zone offenses
Oliver Purnell: Team Chemistry
Kevin O'Neill: Priority Man to Man Defense
Jeff Van Gundy: Basketball Clinic when he was with the New York Knicks
UNC Practice Plan: 10-19-07
Tom Crean Coaches Packet
7 Great Pressure releases for any offense (one page)
LMU Break (notes typed with diagrams)
Motion versus zone (one page)
Don Meyer: 1-1-3 matchup zone
Kelvin Sampson: 1-4 offense notes
Blaine Taylor : 14 options for Transition Game
Warrior Drills
Leadership Summaries 2
John Beilein: Michigan Coaching clinic notes
Stan Van Gundy: We Play Hard Clinic: Pick and Roll Offense (24 pages in detail with diagrams)
Steve Smith: Oak Hill Defensive notes
Lason Perkins: Offensive set notes
Don Meyer: NSU shooting camp / practice
Team Arete: General Thoughts
Transition : To Flex Offense
Pete Gaudet: Post man notes
Paul Hewitt: Georgia Tech Motion offense
Leadership Book Summaries
Xavier/ Wright State / Dayton practice notes
John Calipari / Larry Brown Coaches clinic retreat
Executive leadership summaries (Leadership articles)
Georgia Tech Inbounds plays
Dennis Felton: New Georgia motion offense concepts
Kelvin Sampson: Coaching clinic notes
Leadership articles published by Basketball Sense
Mike Dunlap: More coaching notes
Pete Newell/Mike Dunlap: Coaching clinic notes
Mike Dunlap: Offensive transition notes
Mike Dunlap: Footwork warmup
Dick Bennett: Blocker/Mover offense
Bill Parcells: Finding a way to win
Mike Dunlap: Combination of Mike Dunlap Coaching clinics
Ralph Miller: Pressure Basketball
Football Coaching Matters: Collection of notes from various football coaches
Hal Wissel: Basketball Shooting
Basketball Shooting Lead-up Drills
Basketball Shooting Mechanics
Catch and Shoot Jump Behind the Ball or Step In
Correcting Errors in ShootingFree Throw Shooting
Mental Practice Perfect Shot
Shooting Off Dribble
Shoot-Out Drill
Step Back Jump Shot Off Dribble
Greg Popovich: my favorite drills
Herb Welling: The Dribble Motion offense and Building the dribble motion offense
Jerry Wainwright: Game Situations (slobs, blobs, and coaching)
Steve Smith: Oak Hill Drills
Kevin Sutton: 26 Skill Developement Drills
Jamie Dixon: Pitt notes (2 pages)
Tim Miles: Triangle offense notes
Tubby Smith: Notes on Black/White press
Skip Prosser: Matchup Press
Bill Walsh: Various articles and notes
John Beilein coaching notes
Double Pump Coach's clinic notes from LA, California (summer 2007)
Oak Hill Academy's 40 series: Man Quick Hitters
Jay Wright: How to teach the Motion Offense system
Jay Wright: Breakdown Drills for 4-out, 1 in motion offense
Jay Wright: 4-out, 1-in motion summary
Vance Walberg clinic at Rocklin
Vance Walberg: Half court defense
Mike Dunlap: 2-2-1 press
Emporia State: Point Zone article
Vance Walberg: Rocklin Coaching clinic notes
Mike Dunlap: Defensive Philosophy notes
Tim Floyd: Playing without size clinic notes
Vance Walberg Defense: Full Court Press notes
Vance Walberg: Mid-South Clinic notes from Tunica
Nike Clinic 2005 notes with diagrams
Nike Clinic 2006 notes with diagrams
Nike Championship Coaches clinic (sept. 2006)
Bruce Weber: 20 essential defensive drills
Bruce Weber: Motion Offense
Patrick Hunt: Motion offense
New York Coaches clinic presentation (one page)
Bobby Knight: Motion offense
Steve Alford: Drills for Motion offense
Fran Franchilla: Hoops 101
Bill Self: KU Press Break notes
Joe Ciampi: 1-1-3 matchup zone notes
Dave Leitao: Attacking 2-2-1 press
Mark Few: Flex for Success
Mike D'Antoni: Coaching notes
Barnigini Develoment work from FIBA magazine
MB Clinic 2001: Oliver Purnell, Paul Hewitt, Dr. Tom Davis
Kevin Eastman Individual workout camp
UNC Wilimington Clinic notes: (Brad Brownell, Jerry Wainwright, Tubby Smith)
Coaching Wisdom to Ponder notes
Billy Donovan Post Development drills
Thad Matta Clinic notes
Xavier Newsletter (from Sean Miller) couple articles, X's and O's.
Arizona Women's Program study
Arizona Men's Program study
Gary Waters 3 out 2 in motion offense
Kelvin Sampson coaching clinic
Coach K coaching notes
Phil Martelli Practice organization notes
Sherri Coale Motion notes
Pat Summitt Baden clinic notes
Mark Few Individual Improvement notes
Kelvin Sampson, Skip Prosser, Lon Kruger, Renee Portand at a Nike Clinic
Jim Harrick Program at Georgia (practice plans, offense, 2-3 defense, transition defense, etc.)
Collection of one page notes:
(Kevin Eastman 6 musts, Bobby Hurley pg play, Missouri Leadership page, Kim Mulkey Robertson ideas)
Basketball Sense: Vol 12, number 3 and 4
Collection of great notes: (Dick Davey flex, Tom Crean: building a program, Steve Smith: Secondary break, etc)
Billy Donovan article from Basketball sense
Bobby Knight (Baden clinic)
Stan Heath (Baden Clinic)
Dave Odom Clinic Notes (Pressbreak)
Skip Prosser clinic notes (Wake Forest Head coach at Dematha clinic)
Todd Lickliter clinic notes (Butler Basketball)
Basketball sense Vol 12, Number 2
Bill Self: Pressbreak
Lady Vols Clinic with Pat Summitt
Lawrence Frank: How to build a motion offense Kevin O' Neill : Wing Skill Development
Kevin O' Neill: Drills
Kevin O' Neill: Individual Skill Development
Dean Smith : Run and Jump Press
Dean Smith: 4 corners delay game
Kevin O'Neill: 3 out 2- in, motion offense
Kevin O' Neill: Secondary Break
Kevin O Neill: Shell Drill Handouts
Kevin O' Neill: Program Facts
Press Break: 3 simple diagrams (Press break, Simple Press break for late in the game, Domino Press break)Kevin O' Neill: Defensive Thoughts
Kevin O' Neill: Press offense
Kevin O' Neill: Match-up zone
Kevin O' Neill: Motion offense
Kevin O' Neill: Man Set Plays
Kevin O' Neill: Zone Offense
Kevin O' Neill: Post Skill development drills
Al Skinner: Boston College Flex offense and secondary break into Flex offense
Xavier newsletter
UNC Transition game notes
UNC Practice plan for one day
David Loos: Hi-Low motion game and entries
Muffet McGraw: Spread Triangle
Tara Vanderveer: Stanford's triangle offense
Jim Larranaga: Scramble defense stuff
Grinnell system: How it works
Grinnell system: Power point presentation
Jim Larranga Notes with diagrams
Detroit Pistons Training camp notes
Tom Crean: Individual Workout notes
Pat Summitt: Notes from clinic in 2006
Michigan State Program notes: set plays and out of bounds plays
Georgia Tech: Point Zone Defense
Georgia Tech: Individual workouts
Greg Brittenitam (New York Knicks) - Individual conditioning drills
Jerry Krause (Gonzaga ): Becoming a coach of significance
Mike Dunlap: Colorado Coaching academy
Bruce Pearl : Cutter's series, Individual Improvement drillsVols strength and conditioning program
Flex offense: Different types of them
Run and Gun Book #2 Run and Jump Press Book
Georgia Tech: Zone Offense
Georgia Tech: Secondary Break
Georgia Tech: Individual Defense
Georgia Tech: Matchup-press
Georgia Tech: Motion Offense
Nike Clinic 2006: Lorenzo Romar, Trent Johnson, Tubby Smith, Bruce Weber, Gary Williams, Tim Floyd
John Chaney "System"
Grinnell Offensive system
Don Meyer Clinic 2006
Don Meyer Free Fall Clinic 2006
Don Meyer: Developing your post players
Pete Carril: Princeton Backdoor offense
Bill Foster: University of Miami Philosophy
Don Meyer Clinic at Oak Ridge 2006
Fresno City College handout (Vance Walberg)
Defensive system notes (Mike Jarvis)

John Wooden UCLA offense breakdown by Espn's Coach Fran Franchilla
A high school playbook that contains: Man to man offense, Matchup zone, defense, Out of bounds,Run and Jump Defense
Man freelance offense, and 4 game offense
Mike Heideman: Pressure Defense
University of Redlands System (Run and Gun system)
Princeton Offense: Hi and Low sets
Nike Myrtle Beach Clinic notes: Jay Wright coaching notes
Bobby Cremins coaching notes
Mike Montgomery coaching notes
Larry Brown coaching notes
Bob McKillop coaching notes
Bobby Lutz coaching notes
Billy Donovan: "Build up to matchup press"
Hank Iba: Delay Game
Rick Pitino: Full court 3pt shooting drill
Rick Pitino: Pressing system
Gary Williams, Roy Williams, Dave Odom clinic
Hubie Brown notes
Bob Knight: 2004 clinic
Jim Calhoun: 2004 clinic
Bruiser Flint: Hard-Nosed, Closeout Defense coaching notes
One page - philosophy reviews, out of bounds plays
One page philosophy notes: Bobby Huggins: 2-3 zone
Bobby Hussey: Special Situations
Bruce Weber: Building a Program
Coach K: Championship Practices
Dean Keener: 55 concept and ideas for becoming a better coach
Dick Bennett: Man to Man Defense
Gene Keady: 6 steps to maintaining team intensity
Hubie Brown: Thoughts on Practice
Jim Boeheim: 2-3 zone
John Calipari: Individual Improvement
Rick Majerus: Post Play development
Tom Izzo: Special Teams for Championship teams
Out of bounds plays:2000-2001
Golden State Warriors out of bounds series
Bruce Pearl Out of Bound plays series
Random Notes:Tips from Duane Silver
Bruce Pearl - Coaching notes
Bruce Pearl - Out of bounds series (one page)
Pat Summitt - 2006 clinic
John Calipari - UMASS philosophy and notes
Billy Donovan: Ball screen concepts / transition game
Dean Cooper (Assitant coach for Jeff Van Gundy): Pick and Roll Offense of the Houston Rockets
2nd annual Basketball Coaches Retreat held at University of Memphis (Larry Brown, John Calipari, several other NBA coaches and college coaches) 126 pages

Kevin Eastman: Nike Hoop Jamboree clinic notes
Jeff Van Gundy: Ball Screens
Lawrence Frank: Early Offense
UCONN 2-2-1 Press
Coaching clinic in Texas (2004) (Willis Wilson, Billy Gillispie, Paul Hewitt, Tom Penders, Dave Leito)
Mike Fratello: 3pt shotRick Majerus: Coaching notes (100 pages)
Dana Altman: High Post Offense
Jim Boeheim: 2-3 Matchup zone notes(notes with diagrams)
Bruce Weber: 20 Competitive drills for a championship defense
David Robbins: Circle Defense
Ken Sheilds: Building a man to man defense (superconference 2000)
Peter Lonergan (Australia coach) - Establishing an interior game
Jeff Van Gundy: Pick and Roll Offense (BC Canada notes)
Craig Beaucamp (University of Victoria): Vikes Offense - Basic Motion
Billy Donovan's Spread Pick-N-Roll offense notes
Dick Bennett Defensive notes with diagrams (only two pages)
Jeff Van Gundy: Pick and Roll Offense
Ken Shields Defense
Mike Dunlap Defense
Ballard High School Shell Drill
Big Man / Little Man transition drill
Roy Williams on Leadership
Michigan State Program stuff 1-2-1-1 Press explaination
Eric Mussleman: Motivation and Coaching notes
Mark Turgeon: Texas AM Set Play notes
Utah Jazz Philosophy
Rick Pitino: Individual Offense notes
Notes from Australia:Defending 94 feet notes
Mike Dunlap Aussie Clinic notes
Jan Sterling Aussie Clinic notes
Teaching on the ball screen notes
Vance Walberg article out of Basketball sense
Memphis attack basketball notes from TABC
Denny Crum pressnotes
1-2-2 press by Illinois coaching greats
Austrailian coaching program outline
Austrailan set plays
Bob Marlin: Transition Defense
Mike Moran: Platooning system
Pat Knight: Motion Offense/ Man Defense
Lon Kruger: Unlv playbook
Jay Bilas: State of the Game
Pat Summitt: clinic with diagrams
Geno Auriemma: Coaching the High Post offense(Nike Clinic - 2005) (Roy Williams, Dick Bennett, Gary Williams, etc..)
Roy Williams - TABC clinic notes
Scott Drew: Individual Development program
Baylor Individual Development program
Don Meyer clinic: How to build a program
A Pressing Package system: How to do it, drills, what type of offenses to run with it
Forrest Larson: Getting better with basketball
Walberg Clinic from UC Davis in 2006
Vance Walberg Clinic from West Valley JC in 2006
Don Meyer Coaching academy featuring Rick Majerus (April 2007)
Mike Dunlap - Ohlone JC Clinic (2005)
Princeton Offense: 75 page booklet
Chris Lowery : Competitive Half court defensive drills
Chris Lowery: Competitive Transition Drills
Mike Dunlap: Practice Planning dvd notes
Harry Pettera - Villanova motion offense
Princeton offense (Low post play, Chin series)
Vance Walberg System by Oceanside HS
Bob Hurley: Coaching an uptempo practice
Dick Bennett : Coaching notes from an old clinic (22 pages worth)
Butler Coaching clinic (2004)
Tom Izzo: Dominating Rebounding and Man to Man defense
Gregg Marshall: Pressure Matchup zone defense
Joe Ciampi : Matchup defense, drills included too
Joanne P. McCallie: Matchup Defense notes
Fred Trenkle's Rapid Option Delay Offense
Dick Bennett coaching notes
Don Meyer coaching notes
Georgia Tech Point Zone Defense
Illinois State Zone Offense
May Nike Vegas Clinic
Alan Stein: Building a Championship Program with Off Season Workouts
Sherri Coale, Little Things That Matter
Tony Barone, The Fast Break Philosophy and Development
Chuck Daly, Lou Canesecca, Jerry Tarkanian, and Eddie Sutton: Legends Panel Discussion
Ben Braun, Cal Basketball
John Thompson III, Zone Offensive Concepts
John Brady, Tiger Basketball
Billy Gillespie-Our Defensive Philosophy
Flip Saunders: Match-up Defense
Tom Davis: Modified Flex offense
1-1-3 Matchup zone defense
Gator Funadmentals (shooting drills off Billy Donovan's website)
Billy Gillispie coaching notes
Roy Williams coaching notes
Herb Sendek coaching notes
Brad Soderberg coaching notes
Dennis Wolfe's 1-4 pressbreaker series
Jim Saia 1-4 set offense
Hubie Brown : Secrets of Winning 1 and 2
Hubie Brown: Special situations
Pat Summit Clinic notes
Don Meyer Clinic notes
Mike Divillbiss: 2-3 trap "The Buzz"
Doug Bruno: Eight Interchangeable Offensive Sets
Coach K: Duke Agility and conditioning drills for defense
Don Meyer Clinic notes
Jim Saia 1-4 set offense notes
Mike Anderson "40 Minutes of Hell"
Kevin Eastman: Skill Developement
Bobby Lutz: 4out/1in offense set plays
Greg McDermott: Set Play offense and Individual Improvement
Billy Donovan's Full Court matchup press
Bruce Pearl's 1-2-1-1 zone press
Dr. Tom Davis 1-2-1-1 zone press
Billy Donovan's Individual Skill Development
Billy Donovan's 10 Aggressive Transistion Drills
Karl Hobbs Transition Game
Bo Ryan's X zone offense
Jerry Petitgoues open post offense
Billy Donovan's Mastering the full court match-up zone press
Brian Gregory's 10 best practice Drills
Bob Huggins: Intense Practice drills
Bob Huggins: Smothering pressure
Bob Huggins: Open Post notes
Bruce Weber: drills for breaking full and half court traps
Gary Williams: Full court pressure defense
Skip Prosser: Rebounding drills
Eric Musselman: Coaching tapes (both of them)
Bill Self: Hi-low gameBobby Lutz Roy Williams: Secondary Break
Jim Larranaga's Full court scramble
Vance Walberg: Offensive system
Princeton High Post offense
Princeton Low Post offense
Villanova Zone Offense
Virginia's Half court offense with some flex action
Harry Pettra's 5 out motion offense
Mike Dunlap's notes on "Teaching basketball"
Florida Shooting Drills
Georgia's 4 man motion
Kevin Sutton Guard and Post Drills
Mike Garland: Michigan State rebounding notes (one page)
Don Meyer: 1999 coaches academy clinic
Steve Alford: How to run a program
Nolan Richardson: Arkansas program notes
Larry Brown: Secondary Break notes
Mike Dunlap: The truth test for 3 on 3
LMU Fastbreak notes (3 pages)
Iowa State Women's basketball: Set Plays
Dick Bennett: Washingston State handouts (2pages)
Stan Van Gundy: NBA applications for HS and College, Late Game and Special situations
Larry Eustachy: Motion entries
Jerry Wainwright: The 3 point play : Ideas, Concepts, and Plays
Jim Boone: Pressure pack line defense (14 pages like Dick Bennett's packline)
John Kresse: 2-2-1 zone press
Dick Bennett: Packline Defense notes
Jack Bennett: Gap man to man defense
Bruce Weber: Drills for 5 man motion offense
Steve Klaas : 1-3-1 traps and adjustments
Dale Brown: Freak Defense
Dick Bennett (Blocker/mover offense)
Bobby Gonzalez & John Kresse notes
HoopsU: Packline Defense
Mark Gottfried: Alabama Basketball Program
Rick Majerus: Coaches clinic 1998
Tod Kowalczyk: Practice notes
Nike Skills Academy notes
Jay Wright: Special Situations
Trent Johnson: Half court offense (Vegas 06)
Lorenzo Romar: Uptempo Game (Vegas 06)
Roy Williams: Tarheel Running game (Vegas 06)
Jim Harrick: Balanced Court offense
Lon Krueger: Unlv offensive sets (40 pages)
Butch Estes: Furman University Flex offense
John Kresse: 1-2-2 and 1-3-1 passing lane defenses
Loren Wallace: 1-2-2 press and half court defense
Bruce Weber: 20 Competitive drills for Championship defense
Roy Williams: Defensive numbering system
Phil Martelli: 10 ways to score
Ben Braun: Drills for improvement
Hubie Brown: Zone Offense
Steve Alford: All American workout
Triple Post offense
Wayne McClain: Drills for perimeter and post players
Sherri Coale Motion offense notes
Lou Henson Zone offense notes/Coach K zone offense notes
Mark Few: Post and Perimeter
Patrick Hunt: Australian Coachin clinic
Kelvin Sampson: Box Cont. offense
John Brady: Man offense

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