This bundle is all of my current releases. Normal price for all courses in bundle is $260. Get them all for $139!
1. Joe Kuhn and Joliet Junior College Clinic (sold separately $99.97)
Get a clinic without having to travel to one!
This 3-hour clinic was held at Joliet Junior College on October 5th, 2019. Coach Kuhn conducted the clinic which is broken into 3 segments: Drills to Build Your Transition Offense and Defense, Drills to Develop A Ball Screen Offense, Offense Actions vs. a 2-3 or 3-2 Zone, Basic Rules and Drills to Develop the Pack Line Defense, 2 Rebounding Drills, 4 Free Throw Drills, and the Jump Ball special situation.
Included in this course are the practice plan and all of the drill diagrams.
2. Blocker Mover Manual (sold separately $29.97)
This Blocker Mover Manual has everything you need to successfully install the popular offense. Included in it are the guidelines for the offense, position rules, over 30 base, and shooting drills, sets, and more. Also touched on is attacking zone defense using the Blocker Mover. Many of the drills are excellent for any ball screen offense.
3. Build a Championship Transition Offense (sold separately $39.97)
Build a championship level transition offense through the consistent use of these outstanding drills. In this course, I explain our core transition offense drills through the use of Fast Draw diagrams and practice video. The practice video demonstrates our players executing the drills and it is their first or second time running the drill. There will be obvious mistakes that are made but be assured that as the season goes on the drills really become crisp and effective. I think it is important to show the drills actually being done which helps to put the actual picture in your mind. I am 100% confident that these drills will help your program in developing an outstanding transition offense.
4. Build a Championship Transition Defense (sold separately $39.97)
This Building a Championship Transition Defense eBook is a series of drills that we use and have consistently helped us develop into an outstanding transition team on a yearly basis. Developing an excellent transition defense is critical to limiting as many easy baskets as possible. Our goal is to force our opponent to score in the half-court.
We will use 2 of these drills daily at the beginning of practice. These drills create urgency in getting back and stopping the other team from scoring. In essence, we are setting the tone that you will have to earn your points. And although they are of transition focus, there are other important aspects such as rebounding, stopping the ball, and becoming a mentally tough team. These drills will rep the quickness of getting back.
It is my hope that you can find something that you can use in these drills or that it sparks an idea for you. These drills can be modified to fit the needs of your system and the number of players you have.
5. Wolf Power (sold separately $14.97)
Most of my former players will attest to our conditioning program, it works, is one of the hardest things in basketball they have done, but they have really gotten better because of it! This series will push your player's conditioning-wise and improve their skills through the process. It is excellent for pre-season or off-season development. We use it during the early season or after a break when we need to build our conditioning.
Wolf Power is a series of 2 player drills that I put together in order to maximize our pre-season conditioning program. It is called Wolf Power as we are the Wolves at Joliet Junior College. Rename it to what fits your system. One of the main goals of our pre-season program is to get our players in the best basketball cardiovascular condition as possible. A goal is to incorporate ball handling, passing, and shooting to work individual skills in a short period of time. I want our players to have an opportunity to improve their offensive skills while building transition offensive habits while conditioning. I like that our players are working on their individual skill improvement instead of just running up and down the floor doing sprints, suicides, or ladders. Don’t get me wrong as we do more than our share of those as well. But in this series, each player gets in a good number of shots and skill work which I feel is important. These drills also set the parameters for what we want in our transition game. In these workouts, our players get into excellent shape and it is not a chore.
To get the most out of these drills players must really work at game speed when on the floor. The rotation to the next line is quick but they will have several seconds to catch their breath in between reps. Make your players talk to each other constantly. This will help develop communication. The importance of good passing and receiving on the move is at the forefront of these drills. Players will learn who they can and can’t pass to on the run. Proper footwork to eliminate traveling should be stressed. We stress that players should “show their foot” to the official to eliminate traveling calls. The shooter is working on showing their hands, proper footwork, balance, shot fakes, and a variety of moves.
It is my hope that you can find something that you can use in these drills or that it sparks an idea for you. These drills can be modified to fit the needs of your system and the number of players you have. The drills can be used occasionally during the season by shortening the time for each drill. Depending on your goal, or the time of year, you can do the entire series, shorten the times, or execute fewer of the drills.
6. Special Situation Sets, BE PREPARED TO WIN (sold separately $24.97)
It is critical for a coach to have as may special situation sets in their arsenal as we never know when we will need them. We spend time in practice every day in special situations. Many of these special situation sets are sets that we either have used or have been used against us. They are all very effective!
This is a collection of 40 special situational sets that are excellent for the end of the game and special situation scenarios. The situations covered are Full Court, 3/4 Sideline, Quick Advance to Half Court, Sideline Out of Bounds, Baseline Out of Bounds, 2 point Sets, 3 Point Sets, Zone Sets, and Free Throw Break. You are certain to find sets that you can use to help your team win the special situation scenarios.
This is a must for any coach either building his program or if you are looking for something new.