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    Basketball Manitoba Resource Library - Defensive Videos

    DV70 93 Mike Fratello: Man-to-Man Defensive Philosophy with Drills and Utilizing the Three Point Shot > Mike Fratello 

    • Coach Fratello believes that every coach must have a coaching philosophy and be totally committed to that philosophy. Along with your belief system, a coach must adapt and adjust to situations that arise. Fratello believes a coach must develop three systems: offensive, defensive and communication. Also very important, in Fratello's opinion, is a system of communication that players and coaches understand. In addition, a coach must develop drills to match his focus. Good drills are created based on a desired result. Building a defensive system relies on teaching stance and footwork. Using players on the floor, Fratello demonstrates drills that make up his defensive game. Individual defensive slides are the cornerstone of defensive play. To enhance the fundamental footwork and slide skills Fratello demonstrates the defensive stance drill, full court slide drill and the full court one-on-one defensive slide drill. The charge drill, touch drill, close out drill and the 4-spot touch drill are staples for defensive toughness. Fronting the post and double downs are demonstrated live. An added bonus is strategy for guarding the popular pick and roll. This DVD is packed with great NBA defensive drills that can be used in any setting. The fundamentals of playing great defense are the same at all levels.  In Part II, Coach Fratello's focus is defending on ball screens and the system of post trapping and rotation. With the increased popularity of the pick and roll, coaches must decide exactly how to defend them. Fratello presents several options and scenarios for successfully beating this offensive weapon. The first drill demonstrated is a combination of the pick and roll and the penetration and dish action. The double high post drill shown came from Chuck Daly. Another drill is created with a skip pass, baseline drive and rotation. Having a set rotation given different situations is mandatory for clarity. Coach Fratello shifts gears to the offensive end and discusses 3-point shooting. His teams have used and believed in the value of shooting the 3-pointer. Competitive shooting is incorporated to improve shooting accuracy. Three-point plays are shown from the tip, the sidelines and the baseline. Set plays are demonstrated to score 3's in the half and full court. The diamond and box out of bounds plays provide additional scoring opportunities.


     
    > DV68 93 The ''Pack Line'' Pressure Defense > Dick Bennett > 75 minutes > 2005 
    • Learn how to run the unstoppable "Pack-Line" defense with coach Dick Bennett
    • Philosophy and demonstration on how to run the "Pack-Line" defense
    • "Pack-line" defense shuts down lane penetration and post play
    With Dick Bennett,
    Washington State University Head Coach,
    7th Nationally in "Scoring Defense" ('04-'05), '00 "Final Four"(WI) It has been 20 years since Coach Dick Bennett released his best selling "Pressure Defense" instructional video. Now Bennett is back to share how his pressure defense has evolved into the unstoppable "Pack-Line" defense that have earned his WSU Cougars back-to-back scoring defense titles. By utilizing the "Pack-Line," the defense shuts down penetration and the post. Here is a sample of what Bennett teaches and demonstrates in this ultimate defensive video:

    • Bennett guides you through the systematic process of teaching, demonstrating, and providing drills to reinforce the "Pack-Line" defense.
    • He teaches the two aspects of defense a coach can control: Transition defense and shutting down the post.
    • Coach Bennett's post defense principles (and four different drills to enhance your team's post defense).
    • Ball pressure strategies and techniques.
    • "Off the ball" defensive strategies.
    • Bennett's philosophy on guarding ball and post screens, as well as a demonstration to show how to keep the continuity of the defense and not allow easy buckets.
    • Discussion of the seven situations that can cause your defense problems.
    • Extensive game footage to reinforce and give you a better understanding of how the "Pack-Line" defense comes together - to give your team the advantage to dominate your opponent.
    Known as one of the premiere defensive minds in the game, Coach Bennett scores big with his must have "Pack-Line" defense.


    > DV69 93 Building a Dominant Defensive System > John Calipari > 65 minutes > 
    • increase scoring by forcing turnovers
    • Limit post scoring by doubling down
    • Build your defense from the ground up with these proven drills
    with John Calipari,
    University of Kentucky Head Coach;
    2X Naismith National Coach of the Year (1996, 2008);
    Third Winningest Active NCAA Coach (.761 winning percentage);
    One of five coaches in NCAA Division I history to take two different schools to the No. 1 ranking To the average fan, John Calipari's teams win because of their powerful offensive system. The truth is that Calipari's teams rely on defensive pressure and disruption to create scoring opportunities. The ultimate goal of Calipari's defense is to create a faster game without giving up lay-ups.
    This instructional basketball DVD presents drills, from 1-on-1 to 5-on-5, that Calipari uses to build his defensive pressure from the ground up.
    Learn how to incorporate the lunge, early help, and close outs to assemble a disruptive defense. Using the shell drill, Calipari shows you how the post double down forces turnovers and bad shots by the offense. He puts players through game like intensity drills to prove their defensive effectiveness. Through this pressure defense, every offensive system can be guarded including the flex offense and the motion offense.


    > DV27B 93 DUKE BASKETBALL – TEAM DEFENSE > Mike Krzyzewski > 45 minutes > 1999

    • Duke University maintains its perennial success by playing a tough, attacking team defense.  Coach K teaches you how to develop excellent individual defensive techniques as well as how to transform five players into a single “ball and basket denying” unit.  From Duke’s trademark man-to-man defense to full-court zone trap, Team Defense is a complete clinic from one of the game’s premier coaches.  Coach K covers each of his key defensive principles, explains why they are important, and instructs and drills his players to execute essential techniques and tactics properly.  Action footage shows how Duke defenders transfer the lessons learned from the practice floor to game situations.

    > DV66 93 Duke Basketball Agility & Conditioning > Drills For Defense > 50 Minutes > 2005

    • The drills on this DVD will instill the discipline and mental toughness needed to make that critical defensive stop when you need it the most! Coach Krzyzewski has coached six National "Defensive Player of the Year" award winners and has coached some of the most successful and respected defensive-minded teams in basketball history. His defensive "system" has won over 700 games and has reached 10 NCAA "Final Fours" (to date). In this excellent video, Coach K takes the court at Cameron Indoor Stadium and teaches over 20 innovative drills and strategies designed to optimize your defensive tactics. These drills will teach your athletes how to force bad shots and turnovers by controlling the movement of the ball handler, guarding the passing lanes and challenging shooters. Your players will sharpen all of their defensive skills while challenging themselves mentally and physically. These vital drills will get your team in great physical shape and in position to handle any game - home or away. These techniques will help with transition defense, shutting down perimeter and post players, increasing ball pressure and building weak-side defense awareness. Coach Krzyzewski focuses on keeping the drills competitive and enthusiastic, which in turn gets athletes to concentrate and builds team camaraderie. Furthermore, Coach K will help you learn how to accentuate these excellent drills to simulate and rehearse what will happen at the defensive end of the court. All of these drills can be used throughout the season to maintain proper defensive stance and intensity. This outstanding video is a must for any age and competitive level of play. Coach K will help you accomplish your goals!


    > DV65 93 The Pressure 1-1-3 Zone Defense > Bob Huggins > 70 Minutes > 2005 


    • Known for his aggressive and physical defense, Coach Bob Huggins takes you inside his intimidating Pressure 1-1-3 Zone Defense. Using on-court demonstrators, he shows how the defense is set up, where to push the ball, how to defend on the ball side and weak side of the court, how to rotate on skip passes, how to trap on the baseline, and shows the slides. In addition, Huggins teaches and demonstrates the three things that hurt a defense and how the 1-1-3 combats all three. Putting it all together, he demonstrates the defense 5-on-5 against live offense. The Pressure 1-1-3 Zone Defense is why Bob Huggins is known as one of the greatest defensive coaches in the country. With this DVD, you can implement this dominating defense into your system! 


    > DV64 93 Mastering the 2-3 Zone Defense > Wayne Morgan > 71 Minutes > 2004 


    • Wayne Morgan learned the 2-3 Zone from the master, Jim Boeheim. Coach Morgan was an assistant at Syracuse from '84-'96 where he learned the finer points of the 2-3 Zone and helped coach Syracuse to 11 NCAA Tournaments and two NCAA National Championship games. Morgan shows you everything you need to know about the 2-3 Zone with on the court demonstrations as well as marker board Xs and Os. Morgan takes you through the keys to the zone: Ball pressure, movement, rotation and the "bump" technique. Morgan also shows you two different trap techniques to turn up the pressure on your opponents. This video shows you how to teach the 2-3 Zone to your players so they will be more active in the zone than they would be in a man-to man defense!


    > DV63 93 The Carolina Defensive Numbering System and Drills > Roy Williams > 75 Minutes > 2004  


    • In this incredibly comprehensive video, Coach Williams presents the five points of emphasis of his man-to-man defense. In breaking down the most critical areas of strong-side and weak-side man defense, Williams teaches how to deny penetration on the baseline, close traps on help-side, techniques > for ball denial, close outs, fronting the post and denial of screens and back screens. Williams teaches the 20, 30 and 40 defensive numbering system that will create fits for teams at any level! He places special focus on pressuring the ball, proper on-ball and help-side stances, forcing the ball to the sideline, weakside defense, preventing ball reversals and stopping transition offense on every possession. His drills, ranging from one-on-one drills to five-on-five drills, will reinforce proper responsibilities and rotations within the defense. A must for all coaches who play tough man defense! 


    > DV62 93 DEFENSE (Tape #3) > Rick Pitino > 58 Minutes > 1989 


    • Basketball coach Rick Pitino explains why teams should use ball defense to enhance their man-to-man defense and the importance of denial defense. Billy Donovan and several other former players for Coach Pitino demonstrate the importance of deflections, defending the pick and roll, and more. 


    > DV61 93 The Point Zone defense > Paul Hewitt > 50 Minutes > 2001 


    • The point zone defence presents detailed guidelines on how to set up and execute a sound point zone defence. Featuring on-court player demonstrations, this video explains and illustrates the fundamentals and techniques involved in an effective point zone defence. Some topics included are basic alignment, basic rotation, the dead corner, rebounding rules and playing the post.


    > DV60 93 The complete guide to the run and jump scramble defense > Cheryl Burnett > 71 Minutes > 2004

    • Coach Burnett demonstrates a step-by-step progression that details how to design and camouflage your run and jump defense using five key teaching points. Burnett also shares competitive practice drills used by her team to emulate game-like conditions and to help solidify the teaching concepts into player’s instinctive defensive reactions. 


    > DV59 93 Half-Court 1-3-1 Trap > Seth Greenberg > 50 Minutes > 2001 


    • Coach Seth Greenberg gives a detailed account of the half-court 1-3-1 trap, a great counter to other zone defenses played today, areas covered include the responsibilities for each position, trap coverage and rotations, how to defend skip passes and dribble penetration, as well as rebounding assignments. Coach Greenberg also discusses how to use this defense to contain a dominant player. This is an excellent defense to disrupt opponents, change the pace of the game, and to create scoring opportunities.


    > DV58 93 Pressure Defense: A system > Dick Bennett > 82 Minutes > 1987 

    • Dick Bennett provides a look at essential drills and game footage to support their theories at pressure defense. Ball side help makes your defense tough; help side makes your defense successful, showing you how to make this defense work and gives your team a taste of success.

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    DV57 93 The Winning Attitude: Duke’s Team Man-to-Man defense > Coach Mike Krzyzewski > 43 Minutes 


    • Coach Mike Krzyzewski shares his team man-to man defense by combining man to man and zone principals; he will show you how to incorporate both of those concepts. He goes over the key components; adaptability, emotional and psychology opportunities and pinpointing responsibility, to determine the amount of pressure to put on your opponent. 


    > DVD02B 93 Better Basketball - 1 on 1 Defense > Better Basketball > 60 minutes > 2005


    • This unique video focuses on the essence of the defensive end - you guarding the man with the ball. There's no talk of zones, trapping, or even help defense. When it comes down to you and your man, can you get the stop? Explains, in detail, how to defend the toughest situations (such as guarding a player in triple threat), most dangerous moves (such as the crossover), and most frustrating situations (such as a bigger player slowly backing you down). 

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    DV56 93 Building a championship Defense > Tara Vanderveer > 55 Minutes > 1990 

    Coach Tara Vanderveer coach’s pressure man-to-mat and 1-3-1 trap defenses. Each players assignments are reviewed in great detail, while emphasizing proper defensive form and technique for perimeter and post players.

     > DVD02A 93 Better Basketball - 1 on 1 Defense > Better Basketball > 60 minutes > 2005 


    • This unique video focuses on the essence of the defensive end - you guarding the man with the ball. There's no talk of zones, trapping, or even help defense. When it comes down to you and your man, can you get the stop? Explains, in detail, how to defend the toughest situations (such as guarding a player in triple threat), most dangerous moves (such as the crossover), and most frustrating situations (such as a bigger player slowly backing you down).


    > DV55 93 Fundamentals of women’s basketball: Defense Play > Cathy Benedetto 


    • Veteran Basketball coach Cathy Benedetto shows and tells all about individual and team defense. Members of the New Mexico State University women’s varsity basketball team demonstrate the drills Benedetto advises in order to build a good defensive team. After a successful high school coaching career, Cathy Benedetto brought winning basketball to Seattle University and New Mexico State collegiate programs.


    > DV67 93 Competitive Rebounding Drills > Skip Prosser > 90 Minutes > 2003 

    • This informative instructional video includes some of the best rebounding pressure drills ever! Prosser teaches the fundamentals for successful team rebounding philosophy in This incredible demonstration video! All of the competitive drills demonstrated are based on these three major components: 1) Never let each other down 2) Collective Responsibility 3) It is not how big you are but how big you play!Packed with thirteen two-minute drills, two four-minute drills, and one eight-minute drill, Prosser outlines players' rebounding responsibilities within each drill and shares methods for making successful rebounding a source of pride for your players. Every drill is competitive, complete with example of consequences and rewards. An added bonus includes a special presentation on how to develop as a coach, and how to deal with players and parents. This is really a "gold mine" of great information from one of the best teachers in the game today! 


    > DV54 93 The Flexible 3-2 Match-Up Zone Defense > Tom Davis


    • Finding a defense that matches you opponent’s strengths, disrupting your opponent with an odd front offense. Learn how to position your players on the court, team and individual fundamentals while learning coverage situations and special defenses.


    > DV01 93 DEFENSE (Tape #1) > Rick Pitino > 60 minutes > 1987 

    • Legendary coach Rick Pitino takes you step by step through drills that will improve all levels of your defensive game. Pitino explains how to refine your man to man skills, how to react to screens, full court, halfcourt and zone defense. The video emphasizes anticipation, quickness and desire to be the key attributes to being a sound defensive player. Excellent for any high school program.


    > DV53 93 Universal System of Attacking Presses > Will Rey

    • This movie talks about how pressing changes the tempo of the game by either speeding it up or slowing the ball down depending on the style of play your team is accustomed to.  It shows various ways of attacking and getting through presses. It stresses how important in-bounding the ball is in these types of situations, and it gives step by step details on what a good inbound pass is.


    > DV52 93 Applying and Attacking Pressure > Bo Ryan 

    • This movie shows the proper technique and positioning of playing full court pressure defense. It teaches how to force turnovers and cause bad decision making by ball handlers. It gives step by step instructions on where your players should be in these types of situations.

    > DV51 93 Simplified Youth Defense > Jerry Petitgoue 


    • This video teaches youth man to man defense using “the system”. This movie shows the fundamentals of defensive posture. It gives warm up exercises to help build coordination and strength that helps youth become better defenders. It shows how to prevent injury through stretching and it gives tips on how to make fundamentals seem easier for younger players.

    > DV50 93 Coaching Man to Man Defense > Barry Collier > 45 minutes 


    • This movies show the basic fundamentals and the philosophies about the half court man to man style defense. It discusses how this defense pressures the ball in order to force turnovers, deny the middle, and to deny baseline. It teaches defenders how to close out the ball handler through various drills so that defenders won’t be vulnerable to dribble penetration.


    > DV49 93 Team Defense > Bruce Brown > 92 Minutes > 1999

    • This video is a detailed overview of the essential factors involved in developing an effective man to man team defense. The keys to working together to stop an opponent’s offense are explained. This video includes a comprehensive review of terminology, techniques, and drills that are designed to increase a player’s ability to play sound team defense.

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    DV48 93 Basic Eight Defensive Drill > Bruce Eamon Brown > 36 Minutes > 2005

    • This video demonstrates and teaches eight basic essentials of man to man defense in a single sequential drill. The eight phases broken down into individual teachable parts and then reconstituted together to form a continuous forty second defensive drill that is designed to help prepare players for the most difficult defensive situations they might face during a game.

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    DV47 93 The 2-3 Zone Defense > Jim Boeheim > 53 Minutes > 2002

    • This video presents a detailed overview of the fundamentals and techniques to this highly effective style of defense. Appropriate for coaches and team at all levels; the video uses on-court player demonstrations to help explain and illustrate the principals and skills involved in the 2-3 zone defense.

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    DV46 93 Pressure Defensive Drills > Tim Welsh > 44 minutes > 2001

    > DV45 93 Face Guard Defensive Attack > Larry Shyatt > 71 minutes > 2001 

    > DV44 93 One and Done Full Court Traps > Jeff Price > 40 minutes > 2001 

    > DV43 93 Man Defense & Triangle And Two > Donny Daniels > 54 minutes > 2001 

    • How to develop a dominating, aggressive man-to-man defense. Features an explanation of the "triangle and two" option that focuses on fronting the post with weakside help. Also covers man defense on the ball, helpside responsibilities of the guards, guard responsibilities in the triangle and two, low-post denial, low-post helpside and middle denial and baseline responsibilities of the guards and post players. 

    > DV42 93 Playing Basic Defense > Jim Harrick > 27 minutes > 1992 

    > DV41 93 1-3-1 Half Court Trap > Dave Odum > 35 minutes > 2001 

    > DV40 93 Deceptive Full Court Presses > Henry Bibby > 45 minutes > 2001  

    • Reviews the fundamentals and techniques involved in three game-tested, full-court presses--the 1-2-1-1, the 1-2-2, and the run-and-jump. Comprehensive chalk talk and player demonstrations explain how each of these three presses can be effectively employed against any press break. 

    > DV39B 93 Tandem Match-Up Zone > Henry Bibby > 46 minutes > 2001

    • This particular matchup zone begins as a 2-2-1 set that utilizes both zone and man-to-man principles. This video features multiple defensive drills designed to develop players' ability to assume the proper positioning and to know their court responsibilities. Covers 2-2-1 press, high-low defense, press attack, defensive drills, and anticipation drills. 

    > DV14B 93 UNLV Pressure Defense > Jerry Tarkanian > 30 minutes > 1988 

    • Coach Tarkanian explains the philosophy of aggressive pressure defense by focusing on pressuring the ball and denying the pass to the other 4 players on the court. This defense will produce many turnovers and hamper your opponent’s offensive game plan. Suitable for any high school program. 

    > DV02 93 DEFENSE (Tape #4) > Rick Pitino > 63 minutes > 1989 

    • The second tape in this series, Coach Rick Pitino leads you through teaching how to improve your defensive skills in the match-up press, 1-2-1-1 press, Black and White presses and various zone traps.  Pitino breaks down each set by using different drills, tips and examples to assist any coach looking for an effective defensive team.


    > DV03 93 LEARN BASKETBALL THE BOB HURLEY WAY – DEFENSE > Bob Hurley > 42 minutes > 1989 

    • Improve your game and your skills with instructional drills and strategy from America's number one high school basketball coach.  Coach Hurley's teaching techniques have made the St. Anthony Friars the top high school program in the country.  Included in the video are foot and hand position, zone defenses, rebounding, how to play in "crunch time” and how to win with defense.  Suitable for all levels of play.

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    DV04 93 MAXIMIZE YOUR DEFENSE - COMBAT TODAY'S OFFENSIVE TRENDS > Ron Righter > 59 minutes > 1987

    • Hosted by Ron Righter, assistant coach of the University of Southern California program, this tape focuses and defines the trends that basketball is taking in the 90's.  He highlights 10 offensive trends of today that are seen in the game and shows how to break them down defensively.  Drills and examples are given in this tape suitable for any high school program.

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    DV05 93 40.0 % DEFENSE > Joe Dean > 57 minutes > 1986 

    • Coach Joe Dean of the Birmingham Southern Panthers, introduces the ideas, philosophies and principles of teaching man to man defense.  He emphasizes intensity, laying out rules of defensive play and setting defensive team goals.  Both on court demonstrations and chalkboard diagrams are used in this video, suitable for any level.

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    DV06 93 BUILDING A MAN TO MAN DEFENSE > Morgan Wootten > 95 minutes > 1995 

    • Morgan Wootten, coach of one of the most successful high school programs in history (DeMatha H.S. in Maryland), takes you through every aspect of building a man to man defense.  Shot in a clinic setting, Coach covers decision making, individual defensive skills, trapping, one on one defense and teamwork.  The video uses several different drills and pointers, excellent for any high school program.


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    DV07 93 MAN TO MAN DEFENSE > Lute Olson > 56 minutes > 1986 

    • Coach Lute Olson of the University of Arizona, covers the basics of developing a man to man system, including the fundamentals and philosophies.  Olson uses a great number of drills put forward with diagrams, court demonstrations and actual game footage, excellent for both player and coach at all levels.


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    DV08 93 THE WINNING ATTITUDE - TEAM MAN TO MAN DEFENSE > Mike Krzyzewski > 43 minutes > 1992

    • Coach K introduces Duke's team defense that has vaulted the school to national prominence.  An easy-to-follow on-court presentation, which outlines adaptation to complex offenses; pinpointing responsibility, emotional and psychological opportunities, that result in sound defensive play.  The tape begins with basic fundamentals and develops into a complete team set.  Coach K is an excellent teacher and motivater making this tape suitable to any level of coaching.


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    DV09 93 THE WINNING ATTITUDE - TEAM MAN TO MAN DEFENSE > Mike Krzyzewski > 43 minutes > 1992

    • Coach K introduces Duke's team defense that has vaulted the school to national prominence.  An easy-to-follow on-court presentation, which outlines adaptation to complex offenses; pinpointing responsibility, emotional and psychological opportunities, that result in sound defensive play.  The tape begins with basic fundamentals and develops into a complete team set.  Coach K is an excellent teacher and motivator making this tape suitable to any level of coaching.


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    DV11 93 SOS PRESSURE DEFENSE - BASIC FUNDAMENTALS > Bob Kloppenburg > 50 minutes > 1991 

    • Bob Kloppenburg, an assistant with the Seattle Super Sonics, explains his philosophies regarding tough, hard-nosed pressure defense in the first of this three tape series.  SOS refers to "help" defense, emphasizing that defense must be played as a team.  Coach begins with basic fundamentals, progressing through one on one skills all the way up to 5 on 5 play.  Suitable for all levels of coaching.


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    DV10 93 PRESSURE DEFENSE VS. MODERN OFFENSE > Tom Davis > 42 minutes > 1991 

    • Coach Tom Davis leads you through and breaks down the requirements of playing sound, solid defense.  He highlights controlling the tempo, forcing the ball, trapping, positioning and hustle.  Davis uses both floor demonstrations and diagrams to pass on his philosophies of an excellent pressure defense.  Suitable for all high school programs.


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    DV12 93 SOS PRESSURE DEFENSE - APPLICATION OF FUNDAMENTALS > Bob Kloppenburg > 40 minutes > 1991 

    • Seattle Super Sonic assistant coach Bob Kloppenburg leads you through part 2 of his series on SOS "help" pressure defense.  Coach covers 3 on 3, 4 on 4 and practice drill applications and emphasizes defending the high post, down-screening and pick and rolls.  In using both diagrams and floor examples, this video is very thoroughly designed for coaches wanting to show their opponents a different defensive look.

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    DV13 93 PRESSURE DEFENSE VS. MODERN OFFENSE > Bob Kloppenburg > 80 minutes > 1991 

    • Bob Kloppenburg (Seattle Super Sonics assistant) introduces new ideas into combating today's offensive trends.  He emphasizes hard nosed, tenacious defense to meet the challenge of an up-tempo game.  Ball pressure, denials, switching and trapping are the Coach’s focus in this informative video designed for the program looking for additional defensive ideas.

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    DV14 93 THE UNLV PRESSURE DEFENSE > Jerry Tarkanian > 30 minutes > 1988 

    • Coach Tarkanian explains the philosophy of aggressive pressure defense by focusing on pressuring the ball and denying the pass to the other 4 players on the court.  This defense will produce many turnovers and hamper your opponent’s offensive game plan.  Suitable for any high school program.

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    DV15 93 THE UNLV AMOEBA DEFENSE > Jerry Tarkanian > 28 minutes > 1988 

    • Coach Tarkanian goes into a wide range of defensive skills, blending a man to man defense with a zone defense.  The video uses both diagram examples and floor work to highlight UNLV's tenacious defense.  The Amoeba D is a half-court, aggressive, in-your-face coverage excellent for a fast-paced team looking for that extra edge.

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    DV16 93 THE DEL HARRIS VIDEO CLASSROOM SERIES > Del Harris > 45 minutes > 1991 

    • This video shows the actual training camp classrooms of the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA Coach Harris' key to success for any team is sound defensive principles.  The 1995 “NBA Coach of the Year” uses the chalkboard and actual game footage to cover the 4-1 defense, trapping, switching and the complexity of the half-court defense.  Suitable for any high school program.

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    DV17 93 TEMPLE OF ZONES > Don Casey > 40 minutes > 1986 

    • Coach Casey identifies all the facets of playing sound zone defense in this informative video.  Included in the program are corner coverage, handling penetration, slides (positioning), and handling a ball reversal.  He emphasizes that a zone defense will keep you in a game against an opponent that you may not be able to match-up with.  Excellent for any high school program and up.

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    DV18 93 BASKETBALL 1 - NCAA SPORTS INSTRUCTION – DEFENSE > NCAA > 45 minutes > 1988 

    • Hosted by Larry Farmer (UCLA), Denny Crum (Louisville) and Lou Carnesecca (St. John's), this NCAA produced video is suited for both player and coach, looking for the defensive edge.  Covered in the tape are individual defense, defensive rebounding skills and how to defend the pivot man.  The video uses both diagrams and floor work, geared to all levels of coaching.

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    DV19 93 MATCH-UP DEFENSE > Lute Olson > 38 minutes > 1988 

    • Coach Lute Olson of the University of Arizona leads you through his program’s 1-1-3 Match-up defense by way of his philosophy, diagrams, game examples and on-court demonstrations.  The Match-up zone that Olson uses begins as a 1-1-3 set that utilizes both zone and man-to-man principles.  Olson shows a complete breakdown of the defense focusing on position and responsibilities of each player.  An excellent tool for any coach wanting a different defensive look.

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    DV20 93 AMOEBA DEFENSE – Clinic Presentation > Jerry Tarkanian > 110 minutes > 1993 

    • Coach Tarkanian leads you through his “Amoeba” Defense and his 1-2-2 zones.  The amoeba is a combination man-to-man defense and a zone defense excellent for a t high-tempo team looking to create turnovers and show a different defensive look.  The 1-2-2 he illustrates is an active, denying, shifting zone that can give your team a defensive edge.  Shot in a clinic setting, “The Shark” has also another video on the amoeba explained in a gym environment.  See tape DV15.


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    DV21. 93 NOT IN MY HOUSE: POST D – Individual & Team > Swen Nater > 72 minutes > 1994

    • Swen Nater stresses the importance of building a solid inside defense to structure your team defense on.  He uses these five steps to teach proper team defense; communication from the post, stopping penetration and cutters by helping, denying the ball, defending the post on-on-one, and defending the screens.  A number of team defensive drills are provided and each skill is broken down to its basics making it one of the most comprehensive tapes on the market!

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    DV22 93 THE MATCH-UP ZONE > Tom Cooper > 43 minutes > 1992 

    • Coach Tom Cooper leads you through this easy-to-follow production that emphasizes common sense, communication, hustle and solid fundamentals.  Cooper lays out 6 match-up rules that will increase your team’s defensive presence.  The principles that the match-up use is to defend all 5 players on the court, but keep the bigger defenders near the basket and the smaller players on the outside.  He will show you how to guard against the “three”, how to match offensive sets, handle movement, and defend screens.  This defense should fit into your existing defensive package and how to disguise it.  Used are clear explanations and both game and chalkboard examples.

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    DV23 93 SOONER INTENSITY DEFENSIVE DRILLS > Kelvin Sampson > 37 minutes > 1997

    • Coach Kelvin Sampson of the University of Oklahoma leads you through this video aimed at introducing a high intensity workout to your team practices.  Sampson begins with the basics of good defense such as stance, footwork and defensive rotations, and       then leading to 1 on 1, 2 on 2, and 3 on 3 situations, to denying the ball, help-side defense, and more.  All the skills & drills will help your squad become a better defensive team, which will lead to a better, more intense offense.  Excellent for any level of basketball.

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    DV24 93 2-2-1 FULL COURT PRESS > Homer Drew > 46 minutes > 1997

    • Coach Homer Drew of Valparaiso University teaches you his 2-2-1 full court press that will be an effective tool for any team to show as part of an aggressive defense.  Drew goes through the basic alignment of the 2-2-1 and the roles and responsibilities of each player.  A number of different rotations, adjustments and drills are featured with both diagrams and court demonstrations.

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    DV25 93 MATCH-UP ZONE > Marsha Sharp > 58 minutes > 1993

    • Coach Marsha Sharp of Texas Tech University leads you through the proper techniques of running a match-up zone.  Shot in a clinic setting, this video will also touch on the 2-3 zone, how to avoid the one on one, using double-teaming, running through passing lanes and rebounding around the basket.  The match-up is an active zone defense that includes both defending an area and an offender.  A useful tape that will give you good information on running a match-up.

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    DV26 93 DEVELOPING AN AGGRESSIVE DEFENSE > Bill Herrion > 80 minutes > 1995 

    • Bill Herrion of Drexel University explains in this video lecture program, his ways in developing an effective and aggressive defense.  Featured in this tape are his personal philosophies on coaching, break downs of different defensive fundamentals and fits them all together with a number of drills and special situations.  A good collection of solid defensive principles.

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    DV27 93 DUKE BASKETBALL – TEAM DEFENSE > Mike Krzyzewski > 45 minutes > 1999

    • Duke University maintains its perennial success by playing a tough, attacking team defense.  Coach K teaches you how to develop excellent individual defensive techniques as well as how to transform five players into a single “ball and basket denying” unit.  From Duke’s trademark man-to-man defense to full-court zone trap, Team Defense is a complete clinic from one of the game’s premier coaches.  Coach K covers each of his key defensive principles, explains why they are important, and instructs and drills his players to execute essential techniques and tactics properly.  Action footage shows how Duke defenders transfer the lessons learned from the practice floor to game situations.

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    DV28 93 POST DEFENSE > Mel Coleman > 41 minutes > 1997

    • Coach Mel Coleman of Norfolk State University and the Five Star Basketball Camps breaks down this aspect of the game with a number of drills and demonstrations on post defense.  Segments include a number of conditioning and skill development drills that focus on passing, shooting and jumping.  Defensive techniques include proper positioning, footwork, hand positioning, “helping”, and defending the low & high post.  A number of drills and court demonstrations are presented throughout the video.  

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    DV29 93 GOLDEN HURRICANES’ PRESS > Tubby Smith > 70 minutes > 1994

    • University of Georgia Head Coach Tubby Smith walks you though his pressure defense he uses for his successful program.  This video lecture series presentation breaks down all the components of a successful press and offers a number of drills and tips that will make your team a more aggressive defensive threat.  Suitable for any high school program.

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    DV30 93 THE MATCH-UP ZONE > Don Meyer > 35 minutes > 1987 

    • Don Meyer walks you through his match-up zone, which is a great complement to an aggressive man-to-man defense.  This video will provide you with a simple look at the basic principles of an effective 2-3 match-up zone.  Suitable for any high school program looking for a different defensive look.


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    DV31 93 PRESSURE MAN TO MAN DEFENSE > Don Meyer > 60 minutes > 1987 

    • Don Meyer explains the philosophies of a good pressure defensive attack with a number of examples and situations.  This tape will teach you to become an aggressive fundamentally sound defensive team by stopping the ball, pressuring the ball and quick ball side help.  A good aid to any team looking to better themselves defensively.  

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    DV32 93 POINT AND TALK MATCH-UP DEFENSE > Don Meyer > 45 minutes > 1998 

    • David Lipscomb College Coach Don Meyer explains his ‘point and talk’ (PAT) match-up defense.  He explains when and why you can use this defense, the ‘rules’ of the defense, different options to consider and exactly how to set it up in your defensive arsenal.  The match-up defense is a combination ‘man’ / ‘zone’, which aligns itself with the type of offense it, sees.  A number of break-down drills and pointers are offered with court demonstrations.

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    DV33 93 THE ‘SHARK’ ON DEFENSE > Jerry Tarkanian > 52 minutes > 1990

    • UNLV Head Coach Jerry Tarkanian teaches you his defensive techniques and drills you can include in your defensive preparation.  Topics include teaching proper defensive stance, guarding the player with the ball, stopping the dribble, denying the ball, closing out, ‘slipping’, helping and recovering as well as the ‘amoeba’ defense.  A great collection of information any level of basketball can benefit from!

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    DV34 93 BOX AND ONE DEFENSE > Homer Drew > 42 minutes > 1999

    • Homer Drew of Valparasio University takes you though the ‘box and one’ defense he uses in his basketball program.  He also covers the ‘triangle and two’ and ‘diamond and one’ options & rotations and explains when and why to consider using these defensive options.  He shows how to set up the defense with chalkboard illustrations and on-court demonstrations. 

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    DV35 93 COACHING COACHES ON DEFENSE > Hubie Brown > 71 minutes > 1996

    • Legendary basketball coach Hubie Brown explains his take on developing proper individual and team defense.  Topics include trapping, defensive definitions, fanning & funneling, blocking out, one on one skills, along with his 10 key defensive drills you need to work on to be a top defensive team.  Brown’s experience and knowledge of the game makes this an excellent collection of defensive information!

    > DV36 93 SIMPLIFIED ZONE DEFENSES > Jerry Petitgoue > 59 minutes > 2000 

    • Cuba City High School Coach Jerry Pettigoue leads you through a collection of zone defenses that you can add to your defensive collection.  He covers the 1-4 press break, the 3-2 & 1-1-3 zones, and the 1-1-2-1 full court press.   He breaks down each component of the specific defenses with a number of drills, tips and options to successfully execute a tough defense.  

    > DV37 93 BUILDING A HALF COURT DEFENSE > Morgan Wootten > 45 minutes > 1999 

    • Coach Wootten of DeMatha High School in Maryland shows you the key components required to properly build an effective half court defense.  Topics include proper defensive stance, guarding on and off the ball, pressure defense, trapping the ball, defending the post, along with a look at the 1-3-1 half court zone trap and the 2-3 zone (with trap).  On court demonstrations and drills make this an excellent tape to review.
    • > DV38 93 BUILDING A FULL-COURT DEFENSE > Morgan Wootten > 46 minutes > 1999 eng 198 0 VHS 0 2006-08-08 14:31:58
    • Morgan Wootten continues his look at defense with his approach to teaching an effective full-court defense.  Topics covered include full-court pressure man-to-man defense, expanding the half-court zone, the full-court zone press and different trapping options.  He breaks down each of these topics with drills and tips with on court demonstrations that you can easily include in your defensive arsenal. 

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    DV39 93 BUILDING A MAN-TO-MAN DEFENSE > Morgan Wootten > 54 minutes > 1993 

    • Shot in a clinic setting, Coach Wootten gives you an overview on his defensive basketball principles.  He uses breakdown drills to explain man-to-man pressure defense in the full-court, ¾ and ½ court.   Drills include the basics of team defense including containing the dribbler, trapping, player rotations and defensive options.  A great source of defensive information for any level of coach.
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