(Rental)-Team Practice Drills For Mental Toughness
- Increase the toughness of your players
- Use team defense drills, such as transition, rebounding, and team defense drills to get the best out of your team
- From the first drill to the last, expect excellence from your team
Bob Huggins, the legendary coach of basketball, will lead you through a series aggressive drills that you can use in your practices to encourage your players to play better.
Huggins starts with tempo-setting drills that get your team moving. Then, Huggins moves on to rebounding drills. He uses the 1-on-1 or 2-on-2 drills to rebound away from the ball. Huggins' favorite drill, the "4-on-4 plus 1," forces defenders out of their comfort zones to assist each other in the post and penetration. Huggins ends with a 6-on-4 screening drill that prepares him for an opponent running a motion offense that requires a lot screening.
Huggins is a great example of how to expect excellence from your team.
70 minutes. 2009.