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Dave Rose's Basketball Practice Plan Revealed
BYU breaks down game film and delivers it to their players in the best way possible and each practice session shows that how it is done. The way Coach Rose works on his basketball practice plan is incredible and he makes sure that the players perform the techniques in every game situation. He will bring an orthodox structure to a chaotic practice session that will help the players learn a great deal and to improve their skills so that they can improvise in any game situation. He will also make you understand everything about his staff game plan and how they develop the plan that will improve their skills and will also help generate new skills.
Basketball Practice Plan 1
The practice starts in the film room where the players learn how they can improve and use the practice sessions to improve their overall skills. The BYU staff use the positive plays to improve players confidence and when you will perform those drills and practice you will be learnt that too. Furthermore, the Coach Rose and his staff will give you a detailed analysis of how they will create opportunities for the players to improve their decision-making skills in difficult game situations both for the offense and for the defense.
The Cougars go on the practice floor and their Coach Rose and his team will explain how they incorporate skill development into their practice sessions. Well, there two squads for the skill development. For the drop-step moves, jump hooks, and short, turnaround jump shots, there are post players to work on these. On the other end of the gym, there will be the guards who will work on finishing out of transition with transition threes, floaters and 3-point shots from the corner.
The Coach Rose spends a lot of time working on the transition offense and defense which will ultimately help in developing the pace for the game. The exciting Nugget Drill which builds up from a 2-on-1 into 1 5-on-5 full court drill will be demonstrated in depth for better results. Players will be getting up and down the floor out of a rebound or free throw situation and this drill will also be explained by Coach Rose in the best way possible.
In order to make his players get amazing results, the coach Rose makes his players go through different situations like the end of game, late game, early game, and beginning of the game. The players will have to response to whatever the coaches or defense will throw at the offense.
Basketball Practice Plan 2
In basketball practice plan 2, the Coach Rose will make you understand what is going and for that purpose he will invite you into a staff meeting covering what happened in practice the previous day. So, you will be having an idea of what is happening with you and how you can improve in those weak areas of yours. You will also get detailed analysis of where you went wrong and how you can improve and generate new skills.
While on the court, the BYU staff will make use of several 5-on-5 and 4-on-4 full court drills as it will increase the pace of play. The main objective of these drills is to increase the pace of play. The BYU staff will work on the 5-on-0 half court sets where the players will learn the offensive system. The 5-on-5 and 4-on-4 shell drill will be explained in depth by the coach Rose and how they used these drills to teach different screening situations. Now, in the conversion drill, the coach Rose explains the trick behind getting the point guard deep into the lane during their transition offense. He will also explain how they play against a 2-3 zone and carried on to run their offense with success.
Furthermore, the coach Rose also explains how they play out of bounds and practice while using the bump-and-hold technique in which they are defending each action. When you are in the half court setting, the coach Rose will demonstrate how they managed to defend the screens. Also, you will learn how BYU executes a monster trap or post trap in every 5-on-5 situation. Rent this basketball practice plan DVD today.
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