Coaches: Never worry about coming up with new plays and winning strategies for your players again.

FINALLY: You can be coaching like John Calipari, Roy Williams, Coach K, Dean Smith and more wildly successful basketball coaches tomorrow instead of trying to come up with basketball
Dear basketball coach,

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Even a basketball imbecile could come up with ways to improve a team using these notes...

In fact, if you have been asked to coach a team and have no idea what you're doing, you need these more than anyone!

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- Top plays from coaches like John Calipari, Roy Williams and many more...

- Playbooks of NBA teams from the seasons they were champions

- How the best teams in the U.S. get their players conditioned to last the whole season, playing with energy until the last whistle of the year

- How to master the famous Princeton offense, used by inferior players to triumph against superior opponents

No matter your experience level of a coach, you will love what's inside. That is, if you want to improve your team's performance. If you don't think you can learn something new for when you face a losing streak or when you don't dominate each facet of the game as well as you know your players can, then click away now.

- Even classic, timeless strategies that the best teams still run and do so effortlessly

In addition to Tom Izzo's rebounding secrets, in the “Worlds Greatest Collection of Basketball Coaching Clinic Notes Volume 4,” you will discover:

- How to master Billy Donovan's press and pick-and-roll offense

- The ways John Calipari helps individual players step up their games and improve. At times you need to focus on the strengths of weaknesses of a particular player to help them succeed.

- Rick Pitino's pressing system. Mastering a pressure defense can lead to easy points for any team
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In the “Worlds Greatest Collection of Basketball Coaching Notes Volume 5,” you will find:

- Notes from a clinic of one of the best college coaches of all time, Bobby Knight.

- Notes from Jim Calhoun when his team, Connecticut Huskies, won the national title.

- Clutch strategies for late in the game from a top NBA coach.
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In the “Worlds Greatest Collection of Basketball Coaching Notes Volume 6,” you get:

- Notes on offensive plays from Europe. Basketball has become a world game and European teams regularly rival and even beat the U.S.A. National team in tournaments.

- Notes on expensive Nike clinics and many college offenses, including the fast break

- Practice notes from top college teams and also a professional team, the Orlando Magic.
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In the “Worlds Greatest Collection of Basketball Coaching Notes Volume 7,” you will enjoy:

- The playbook of the Miami Heat, and the offensive playbook of the Phoenix Suns, one of the best NBA offenses over the last 10 years.

- Out of bounds plays from a pro team. No shortage of options for when you need a set play to score from out of bounds, fast!

- A breakdown of the vaunted Syracuse 2-3 zone. Jim Boeheim of Syracuse runs this better than anyone and that's why they are continually at the top of their conference, year after year.
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In the “Worlds Greatest Collection of Basketball Coaching Notes Volume 8,” you have access to:

- The playbook of the NBA Champions of 2002, the L.A. Lakers, coached by the legend Phil Jackson

- Ways for your team to handle pressure-packed “special” situations. Have your players prepared for whatever the game throws at them.

- The unique 1-3-1 Euro offense to confound and confuse opposing defenses not used to it.
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In the “Worlds Greatest Collection of Basketball Coaching Notes Volume 9,” you can learn:

- The high intensity practice secrets of Bob Huggins, a coach who is renowned for getting players playing with passion and intensity no matter the game.

- Dean Smith's classic delay tactic, the four corners. Run this like his team's did and you will be better at keeping big leads.

- How to win with less talent as described by an experienced NBA coach.
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In the “Worlds Greatest Collection of Basketball Coaching Notes Volume 10,” discover:

- UCONN's 2-2-1 press to force opponents into easy turnovers and fast breaks for your team.

- How to make your transition game just like Duke's.

- Workout secrets of legends of the game such as Steve Nash, Larry Bird and Michael Jordan. The best players in the world are great not only due to natural ability, but due to their unrivaled commitment to work hard off the court.
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As well as letting Popovich share how your team should scrimmage, in the “Worlds Greatest Collection of Basketball Coaching Notes Volume 11,” you will have:

- Ways to make your post players improve their game,straight from Coach K.

- The secrets of the strategy to use if you have great ball handlers, the dribble drive motion offense. Now you can exploit this strength to greater effect.

- A detailed breakdown of the Princeton offense, so you know exactly how to run this amazing offensive weapon which has frustrated hundreds and thousands of defenses over the years.
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With the “Worlds Greatest Collection of Basketball Coaching Notes Volume 12 including NCAA Division I Playbook,” you receive:

- The plays you need to succeed. You will have so many plays, you cannot possibly run them all. Choose the ones that you know fit your team and work on the areas in which you know you need to improve.

- The UNLV running game that led them to the national title, steamrolling opponents in the process.

- The Triangle Offense from Tex Winter, the offense that helped make Phil Jackson the most successful NBA coach ever to step foot on a basketball court.
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With the “Basketball Coaching Notes from the Worlds Greatest Collection Volume 13,” you will learn:

- How John Calipari excels with the dribble drive motion offense and how he inspires modern-day players.

- The offense of the San Antonio Spurs from when they were NBA Champions.

- How to get your guys properly warmed up and ready for the game so you don't come out flat.

1-2-2 Ball press

1-3-1- Lehnus trap

1-3-1 Palmer trap

1-3-1 West Virginia Trap

Argentina Sets

AST Plays

Basketball Coaches Retreat at University of Memphis

Baylor Individual Development

BB Presses

Bill Self - 3 out 2 in zone basic offense

Billy Donovan Ball Screen Concepts

Billy Donovan Matchup Press

Billy Donovan Spread Pick and Roll Offense

Billy Donovan Press Build Up

Bob McKillop Myrtle Beach notes

Bob Knight Notes

Bob Marlin Transition Defense

Bobby Cremins Myrtle Beach Notes

Bobby Huggins 2-3 Zone

Bobby Hussy Special Situations

Bobby Lutz Myrtle Beach notes

Brad Stevens Coaching Clinic

Bruce Pearl Cutters Offense and Strength / Conditioning

Bruce Pearl Press Notes

Bruce Pearl Man to Man OB Plays

Bruce Weber 20 Competitive drills

Bruiser Flint Hard Nosed Closeout Defense

Chris Lowery: Competitive Half Court Drills

Chris Lowery: Competitive Transition Drills

Circle Defense

Coach K Championship Practices

Coaching Clinic in Texas 2004

Coaching Notes May 2005

Dana Altman: High Post Offense

Dean Cooper: Pick and Roll Offense

Detroit Pistons: Training Camp

Dick Bennett: Defensive Concepts 1

Dick Bennett: Defensive Concepts 2

Dick Bennett: Defensive Notes 2 pages

Dick Bennett: Pack Line Defense 1

Dick Bennett: Pack Line Defense 2

Don Meyer: Coaching Academy / Rick Majerus

Don Meyer: Post man notes

Dr. Tom Davis Press

Eric Musseleman: Motivation

Establishing the interior game

Flip Saunders: Matchup zone

Gary Williams: Full Court Press

Gator Fundamentals

Geno Auriemma: Teaching High Post offense

Gary Williams, Roy Williams, Dave Odom Clinic

Hank Iba Delay Game

Harry Perretta: Motion Offense

Hubie Brown: Coaching Notes

Hubie Brown: Playbook for Success

Hubie Brown: Thoughts on Practice

Jay Wright: Myrtle Beach Plays for Players

Jay Bilas: State of the Game

Jeff Van Gundy: Pick and Roll Offense

Jim Boeheim: 2-3 Zone

Jim Larranga: Scramble Defense

Jim Calhoun: Notes

John Calipari: UMASS notes

John Calipari: Individual Improvement

Ken Sheilds: Defense

Ken Sheilds: Superconference 2000

Kevin Eastman: Nike Hoop Jamb.

Kevin O Neill: Defensive Thoughts

Larry Brown: Myrtle Beach Early Offense

Lawrence Frank: Early Offense

Lon Kruger: UNLV playbook

Memphis Attack System

Michigan State University Notes

Mike Dunlap: Australian Clinic

Mike Dunlap: Practice Planning

Mike Dunlap: Ohlone JC Clinic

Mike Montgomery: Myrtle Beach Notes

Mike Fratello: 3pt shot

Mike Moran: Platooning

Mike Dunlap: Defense

Nike Clinic: 2006

Pat Summitt: Definite Dozen and Strength / conditioning

Pat Summitt: Strength Training 2004

Pat Summitt: With Diagrams

Paul Hewitt: GT Motion Offense

Press Package

Princeton High Set Offense

Princeton Low Set Offense

Rick Majerus Notes

Rick Majerus Post Play

Rick Pitino: Pressing System

Roy Williams: Leadership

Roy Williams: TABC clinic

Scott Drew: Individual Development

Teaching on Ball Screens

Tom Izzo: Special Teams for Championship teams

Tom Crean: Individual Workouts

Tom Izzo: Rebounding and Zone Quick Hittersv

University of Redlands System

Vance Walberg: San Jose Clinic

Vance Walberg: West Valley JC clinic

Vance Walberg Notes

Vance Walberg: UC Davis notes

West Virginia Press

A Defensive System: by Mike Jarvis

Al Skinner: Boston College Flex Offense

Arizona men's study tour

Arizona women's study tour

Bill Self: KU Pressbreak

Billy Donovan: Post Development

Bobby Knight: Offensive clinic

Bobby Knight: Baden clinic

Brad Stevens: Coaching clinic

C: The Grinnell system

Coach Meyer Fall 2006

Coaching Wisdom to Ponder

Dave Leitao: Attacking 2-2-1 Press

Dave Odom: Coaching clinic

Dick Davey, Steve Smith, Todd Lickliter, Tom Crean Clinic notes

Don Meyer: 1999 Coaches academy notes

Don Meyer: The mental approach

Eric Bridgeland: UPS Defensive Philosophy

Eric Bridgeland: UPS Offensive Philosophy (Walberg stuff)

Gary Nottingham: Late Game Special Situations

Gary Waters: 3 out 2 in motion

Gary Williams, Roy Williams, Odom clinic

Georgia Tech Individual Defense

Georgia Tech Individual workouts

Georgia Tech Match-up Press

Georgia Tech Motion Offense

Georgia Tech Secondary Break

Greg Brittenham: Individual conditioning drills

Grinnell System: How it works

Grinnell System: clinic notes

Hubie Brown: Playbook for Success

Jeff Lebo: Double the Post

Jerry Wainwright: 3 point plays

Jim Boone: Pressure Pack Line Defense

Jim Calhoun: 2004 notes

Jim Harrick: Program notes

Joe Ciampi: 1-1-3 matchup zone

John Chaney: The system

Kim Mulkey-Robertson: Game Plan for Success

Kelvin Sampson, Skip Prosser, Lon Kruger, Renee Portland clinic

Kelvin Sampson notes

Kevin Eastman: Individual workout camp

Kevin O'Neill: 3 out 2 in motion

Kevin O'Neill: Defensive thoughts

Kevin O'Neill: Drills

Kevin O'Neill: Match-up zone

Kevin O'Neill: Motion Offense

Kevin O' Neill: Post Skill Development

Kevin O'Neill: Press Offense

Kevin O'Neill: Program Facts

Kevin O'Neill: Secondary Break

Kevin O'Neill: Set Plays

Kevin O'Neill: Shell Drill

Kevin O'Neill: Skill Development

Kevin O'Neill: Zone Offense

Kevin O'Neill: Individual development

Larry Brown: Secondary Break

Larry Eustachy: Motion Entries

Lawrence Frank: Building motion offense

Leon Rice: Gonzaga Entries into Flex offense

Lon Kruger: 43 out of bounds series

Loyala Marymount fastlane series

Mark Few: Flex for Success

Mark Few: Individual Improvement

Mark Gottfried: Alabama Program notes

Mike D'Antoni Phoenix Offense

Mike Dunlap: The truth test 3 on 3

Mike Garland: Michigan State Rebounding handout

Mizzu football : leadership handout

Nike clinic: 2006

Nike Myrtle Beach 2008 Clinic

Nike Championship Basketball Coaching clinic 2006

Nike Championship Coaches clinic

Nolan Richardson: Arkansas Program notes

Pack Line Defense Philosophy

Pat Summitt: Lady Vol clinic

Pat Summitt: Baden Clinic

Pete Carril: Back Door Princeton Clinic

PG Play: Bob Hurley Sr.

Skip Prosser: coaching clinic notes

Stan Van Gundy: NBA applications, Late Game situations

Stan Heath: Arkansas notes

Steve Alford: Series breakdown for motion offense

Steve Alford: How to build a program

Steve Klaas: 1-3-1 zone traps and adjustments

Thad Matta: Clinic notes

Todd Lickliter: Clinic

Tom Izzo: Michigan State Complete offensive system

Tom Crean: Transition Defense and Rebounding

Tusculum Pressure Pack Line Defense philosophy

UNC Practice plan for one day

UNC Transition game

UNC Wilmington Clinic notes

Vance Walberg Blood Drills

Vance Walberg Fresno Specials

Vance Walberg Offensive sets

Vance Walberg: Basic system notes (26 pages)

Wake Forest: team practice for a day

WoodStock system: Walberg offense

Walberg: California notes

Walberg: Fresno Defense rules

Walberg: Run and Jump press

Wolverine team playbooks

2 Annual Central Iowa 2007 clinic notes

A. Menard Wheel 4 out offense

Ben Braun 30 Fundamental Drills

Bill Parcells Find a way to win

Bill Walsh files

Billy Tubbs Plays

Billy Donovan s Perimeter Player workout

Blain Taylor: 14 Options for Transition Game

Bob Huggins: Open Post Offense

Bobby Hurley Coaching notes

Bruce Weber: 20 Drills for championship defense

Bruce Weber: Motion offense

Bruce Weber: 20 Defensive Drills

Calipari / Larry Brown Coaching Retreat

Coach K Zone offense and Lou Henson Legends clinic

Dave Thrope Skill Overload

Dayton Practice notes

Dennis Felton: Motion Offense

Dennis Felton: Georgia 4 game

Dick Bennett: Mover / Blocker offense

Dick Bennett, Bobby Gonalez, John Kresse, and etc.

Don Meyer: 1-1-3 Matchup zone

Don Meyer: NSU shooting perimeter camp

Eastman Chair series

European Offense: shuffle, pick and roll

Gary Pinkel: Building a Program

Georgia Tech Inbounds Plays

Hal Wissel: Basketball Shooting

Herb Welling: Dribble Motion offense

Hubie Brown: Zone Offense

Indiana Fever: WNBA practice

Indiana 4 out 1 in ball screening zone offense

Iowa Zone Offense

Jack Bennett: Gap Offense

Jay Wright Motion offense

Jeff Van Gundy: New York Knicks clinic

Jeff Young: Concentration and conditioning drills

Jim Boone: Motion offense, packline defense

Jim Harrick: Balanced Court offense

Joe Scott: Denver clinic

John Beilein: Coaching articles on his techniques

John Calipari notes

Kelvin Sampson Coaching Clinic

Kelvin Sampson: IU practice

Larry Shyatt: Face Guard Defense notes

LaSalle Big Man workout and Princeton page

LMU break

Lon Kruger: UNLV Set plays

Loren Wallace 1-2-2 press

Mark Few: Big Man clinic

Mark Turgeon: Texas AM Secondary Break

Marty Schottenheimer notes

Mike Brey Zone Offense

Mike Dunlap coaching notes

Mike Dunlap: footwork warmup

Mike Dunlap: Metro State clinic

Mike Dunlap: Offensive transition video notes

Mike McConathy man plus drill

Mike McConathy: Late Game situations

Mike DeVillibis: Clinics

Motion against zone

NBA Eurolive tour

Nike Pittsburgh 2001 clinic:

John Chaney, Coach K, Gary Waters, etc.

Nike Robinsonville clinic:

Romar, Hamilton, Roy Williams, Chris Lowery

Nike Championship coaches clinic

Nike Clinic 05

Nike Clinic 05 plays

Nike Clinic 06

Nike Skills Academy 2005

NYS Coaches Clinic Presentation

Oliver Purnell: Team Chemistry

Orlando Magic Practice and Purdue men s basketball

Pat Summitt notes

Pete Newell Mike Dunlap clinic

Pete Strickland: Late Game situations

Phil Martelli: 10 plays to score

Princeton sets

Randy Rahe: Weber State

Rick Majerus OCA Basketball Clinic

Rick Pitino: Boston Celtics predraft workout

Rick Pitino: Louisville basketball

Rob Evans: Arizona State program

Roy Williams: Defensive Drills

Scott Edgar: SEMO basketball practice

Sherri Coale: Motion offense

Skip Prosser: Competitive Rebounding

Skip Prosser: Matchup press

Steve Alford: Motion Offense

Tex Winter: Triangle Post Offense

The Art of Defense

Tips for coaching shooters

Tod Kowalski practice

Tom Crean: Individual workouts

Tom Lloyd: Gonzaga

Valentine, Bart Warner

Vance Walberg: Half court defense

Vance Walberg: John Carrier Offense

Vance Walberg Nation notes

Vance Walberg: at Rocklin

Vance Walberg: Mid south coaches clinic

Vance Walberg: Memphis clinic notes

Warrior Drills

Wayne McClain: Essential Drills for big men

Wright State Practice notes

Xavier practice notes

1-1-1-2 Conceal defense

1-2-1-1 press

2001-2002 Golden State Warriors OBs

4out 1in Motion overview

A Bunch of Continuity zone offenses

A Bunch of Set Plays

Bill Fennelly Zone Offense

Bill Grier Gonzaga Defense

Billy Donovan Spread Pick and Roll Offense

Bob Huggins Open Post notes with diagrams

Bob Hurley St. Anthony Transition Offense

Bobby Hurley Coaching notes

Bobbby Knight Indiana Practice plan

Brad Brownell Motion Ideas versus switching, pressure defense

Brenda Frese Maryland offensive sets

Calhoun HS Basketball Program

Caroline McCombs Individual Program development

Cheryl Burnett Scramble Defense

Coach K: Basketball Thoughts

Coach K: Defensive booklet

Coaches' notebook

Craig Escherick: Full court half court press

Dave Leitao: Notes from NABC

Defense Philosophy

Dennis Felton's Georgia 4 game

Diamondback football

Dick Bennett Defensive concepts

Don Meyer: Creating turnovers by pressing

Don Meyer: Graceland clinic and whole system

Don Meyer: Things we have to learn

Don Nelson: Dallas Mavericks 2002 Belgrade clinic

Don Meyer Clinic

Double Pump Retreat 2006-07

Double Pump clinic notes

Eric Musselman: Coaching files for coaches

Ernie Kent: Man to Man offense transition

Flex Ball Screen

Fran Franchilla: Practice Organization

France playbook

George Raveling: Nike Practice planning

Gregg Popovich: How to scrimmage

Herb Sendek: ASU fundamentals

Herb Sendek: ASU practice

Hubie Brown: Techiniques and Strategies

International NBA Belgrade clinic

Iowa Press break

Jack Ramsay

Jere Quinn: Philosophy of Coaching

Jerry Petitgoue: Youth League Practice plans

Jerry Petitgoue: Triple Post offense

Jerry Tarkanian: UNLV Running Game

Jerry Wainwright: Perimeter Play and Fastbreak

Jim Boeheim: Syracuse 2-3 zone

John Calipari: Building a Program clinic 06

John Saintignon: Pass-attack

John Saintignon: Pass option system

John Beilein: Michigan Clinic typed and diagrams

John Kresse: 1-2-2 and 1-3-1 zones

John Kresse: 2-2-1 press

Kevin Piggott: Notes on Princeton

Kevin Stallings: Vanderbilt Practice 10-12-07

Kevin Stallings: Vanderbilt Practice 11-28-07

Kevin Sutton: 26 Skill Development drills

LA Lakers 1976-77 playbook

Larry Brown Indiana Pacers Practice Plan

Larry Eustachy: Creating Mental toughness

Larry Gipson: Motion offense notes

Lason Perkins: Offensive notes

Lason Perkins: Open Post notes

LSU Women's Practice Structure and Sean Miller Xavier clinic

Miami Heat Playbook

Mike Brey: Motion Offense

Mike Brey: Notre Dame Offensive footwork

Mike Dunlap: 1-1-3 matchup zone

Mike Heideman: Eliminating Turnovers

Open Post Motion notes

Own the Lane post workout

Pete Carril: Princeton High Post offense

Pete Gillen: Developing a post game

Phoenix Suns Offensive sets

Pierre Vincent: Pick and Roll game

Potorico Scout offense

Post Player moves and drills

Princeton back door offense

Princeton Offense rules

Rick Calisle: Interview hoops

Rick Majerus: Half court man defense

Rick Pitino: Ball Defense

Roy Williams: Kansas Transition game

Roy Williams: UNC Transition sets

SMU Half Court Team shooting

Spain sets play

Spain Scouting

Steve Hawkins: Western Michigan Man defense

Steve Nash Workout 1

Steve Nash Workout 2

Techniques to get the ball inside

Todd Lickliter: Butler Man sets

UCLA Offense

Uconn 2-2-1 Press

Van Chancellor Houston Comets Offense

Vance Walberg: Defensive Philosophy

Wheel Offense Italian Clinic

Will Rey: Combination Defense

Will Rey: Offensive Low Post Play

Wisconsin Green Bay Basketball notes

Zip Out of bounds plays

1-3-1 Offensive sets from Europe

South Dakota Women s basketball drills

Adidas clinic coaches notes

Amoeba defense

Andy Wood Open Post Offense

Basketball Drills

Bill Self Hi-Low offense adidas clinic

Bo Ryan Swing Offense adidas clinic

Bobby Hurley Uptempo Practice

Bruce Pearl Full Court Press

Bruce Pearl Uptempo transition notes adidas clinic

Caballero Advanced Guard workouts

Caballero Defensive plan

Cal Speed Offense


Charlotte Bobcat sets

Coach K Duke 3 out / 2in motion

Coaches clinic notes

Calipari / Larry Brown coaching retreat notes

Dave Leito Building your program

Del Harris NBA Thoughts

Don Meyer and Golden State Playbook

Dr. Tom Davis Flexible 3-2 defense

Drive and Kick Drill

Duke 3 out / 2 in motion offense

Ernie Kent: man to man offense

Fundamentals of Pick and Roll

Gene Evans 2-3 Matchup zone

Geno Auriemma Three Post Offense

Greg Popovich Spurs Early Offense

Hal Wissel: Basketball shooting

Herb Brown Coaching information

Inbounds Tennessee

Iso Double vs 1-2-2

Iso Double vs. 2-3

Jerry Tarkanian Amoeba Defense

Jerry Wainwright: Practice thoughtsJim Calhoun

Jim Seward: Full court game

Joe McKeown: George Washinton matchup zone

John Beilein: Nike clinic and Michigan clinic

John Beilein: West Virginia Skill booklet

John Beilein: Michigan Clinic notes

John Calipari: adidas clinic

Kansas womens basketball drills

Karl Malone training camp

Kevin Eastman boston Celtics workout

Kevin Eastman Boston Celtics workouts Different

Kevin Piggott Princeton offense and Jimmy Tillette

Kevin Stallings: Developing a Program

Kevin Sutton: Fatigue shooting, 2 ball shooting

Kim Anderson: Practice sessions

LA Clippers Personnel : scoring moves and jumptraining

LA Lakers 2002 - Playbook

LA Lakers Scouting report

Larry Gipson: Individual workouts and motion offense

Lason Perkins: Open post offense

Leonard Hamilton notes

Lithuania Playbook

Lute Olsen: Arizona High Post offense

Mark Few: Gonzaga Playbook

Michigan Inbounds play

Mike Dunlap: Preparing for Practice

NABC Final Four coaching clinic notes

Nate McMilan: Sonics Pick and Roll Defense

NCAA special situation

Nike Coaches Academy from Europe

North Carolina Complete Conditioning workouts

Out of Bounds Zip Play

Parents Handbook

Pat Summitt Lady Vols Practice Organization

Perkins County: Kelvin Sampson 1-4 High offense

Pete Gillen: Full Court Press

Peter Lonergan: Multi-skilled playersv

Pistols out of UCLA sets

Puget Sound Flight Handbook

Quin Synder: Missouri Offense booklet

Quin Synder: Missouri Defense booklet

Rick Barnes: Homework hoops

Rick Majerus: Basketball Thoughts

Rick Samuels: Open Post Offense drills

Rocket Series

Sacremento Kings Offense

Shepparton gators under 12 drills

Shepparton gators men 20 playbook

Shepparton gators men 20 playbook 2

Silver Read vs. 2-3 zone

Steve Alford: Series Breakdowns for Motion Offense

Steve Smith Oak Hill: zone offense

Steve Smith Oak Hill: defense

Sturt under 18 boys defense playbook

Sturt under 18 boys offense playbook

Tim Floyd: Playbook

Tod Kowalczyk: Attacking Ball Screening offense

Tony Barone: Scouting for the Pros

Vance Walberg: 2-2-1 defensive clinic

Vance Walberg: BB court Tunica

Vance Walberg: Basketball clinics

Vance Walberg: Pepperdine Practice for 10-25-07

Vance Walberg: Rules for Gaps Pressing

Wharton College Basketball drills

Alan Stein: Nike Clinic 2008 Offseason conditioning and strength


Bill Fennelly: Zone Offense

Bill Foster: Miami Basketball Philosophy

Billy Gillispie: Coaching Notes

Billy Gillispie: In your face defensive drills

Bob Huggins: Intense Practice Drills

Bob Huggins: Smothering Ball Defense

Bobby Lutz: 4 out 1 in set plays

Brad Nabourne: Manchester Special Situations

Brad Soderberg: Coaching notes

Brand Miller: Butler Ball Screens

Caroline McCombs: Individual Skill Development

Chris Lowery: Blending transition defense half court defense

Colorado Coaching Academy: Mike Dunlap

Dana Altman: Creighton offense

Dave Arseneault: Grinnell System

David Moe: Emporia State Set Plays

Dean Smith: 4 corners Delay game

Dean Smith: Run and Jump

Dino Gaudio: Nike Clinic 2008 Rebounding

Don Meyer: Nike Clinic 2008 Our game sheet special situations

Doug Bruno: Eight Interchangeable Offensive Sets

Dr. Tom Davis: Modified Flex Offense

Duke Agility and Conditioning Defense notes

Ernie Kent: Oregon Transition Offense

Greg McDermott: Set Play offense

Gregg Marshall: Pressure Matchup Defense

Harry Perretta: Villanova Motion offense

Herb Sendek: coaching notes

Hubie Brown: How to win with less talent

Iowa State: Women's Basketball Set Plays

Jay Wright: Nike clinic 2008 Plays for Players

Jay Wright: Special Situations

Jerry Wainwright: Game Situations, blobs, and etc.

Jerry Wainwright: Perimeter play and fastbreak

Jim Calhoun: UCONN rebounding

Joanne P. McCallie: Matchup defense

Joey Stiebing: Set Plays, slobs, and blobs

John Groce: Ohio State Ball Screens and Post Play

John Robic: Youngstown Zone Offense

Kelvin Sampson: Indiana Basketball Clinic 2007

Kerry Prather: Franklin College Transition Offense

Kevin Eastman: Skill Development

Kevin McKenna: Spread offense

Kevin O'Neill: Nike Clinic 2008 My defensive concepts

Kevin O'Neill: Arizona Favorite Set Plays

Kevin Stallings: Illinois State Zone Offense

Kevin Sutton: 26 skill development drills

Lason Perkins: Offensive notes

Lason Perkins: Open Post offense notes

Lewis Preston: Notre Dame Post Development

Linc Draner: St. Joseph's Fast break

Lon Kruger: Unlv Set Plays and blobs

Mac Petty: Wabash Coaching Clinic

Mark Turgeon: Texas A&M Set Plays

Matt Brown: UMKC Individual Offensive fundamentals

Matt Doherty: Notre Dame General coaching thoughts

Memphis: Dribble Drive Motion Sets

Middle Tennesse: Total Option offense

Mike Anderson: 40 Minutes of Hell

Mike Brey: Zone Offense

Mike Brey; Notre Dame Coaching clinic

Mike Divillbliss: 2-3 Zone trap buzz

Mike Dunlap: Metro State Practice Planning

Mitch Henderson: Northwestern Princeton Offense

Muffet McGraw: Spread Triangle Offense

Niagria Set Offense

Oregon's Open and Early Offense

Passing game

Randy Nesbitt: Citadel motion offense

Roy Williams: coaching note

Royce Waltman: Indiana State Offensive Preparations

Royce Waltman: Zone Offense

Sam Alford: Iowa Team Offense

Scott Trost: Lewis Championship practices and special teams

Sean Kearney: Notre Dame 3 out 2 in motion offense

Sherri Coale: Oklahoma Little things that matter

Skip Prosser: Rebounding Drills

Skip Prosser: Wake Forest Pressing system

Slyvia Hatchell: Nike clinic 2008 Winning the Carolina Way

Spencer 1-1-3 matchup zone

Stan Van Gundy: We Play Hard clinic Pick and Roll Offense 1

Stan Van Gundy: We Play Hard Clinic Pick and Roll Offense 2

Steve Alford: Motion Offense

Steve Fisher: Michigan post double

Steve Smith: Oak Hill Defensive drills

Steve Smith: Oak Hill Drills

Steve Smith: Oak Hill Special Plays Nike Clinic 2008

Tara Vanderveer: Standford's Triangle Offense

Thad Matta: Nike Clinic 2008 Player Development

Thad Matta: Xavier Defensive Philosophy

Tim Floyd: Offensive Sets

Todd Lickliter: Iowa Offensive Fundamentals

Todd Sturgeon: Post Defense

Tom Crean: Marquette Offense and OB's

Tom Klusman: Rollins 1-3-1 zone

Tommy Gaither: Baptist College man defense

Total Offensive Package

Trent Johnson: Half court game

Tubby Smith: Kentucky Flex Offense

University of Redlands: Gary Smith Running system

Vance Walberg: Memphis DDM Scouting final four

Vance Walberg: Scouting the Memphis DDM

Will Rey: Box and one offenses

2-2-1 zone press benefits

Al Cooper: Little things to win hs

Al Skinner: Boston college flex offense

Ben Braun: Cal Offensive concepts

Ben Jacobson: Northern Iowa special plays vs. 3-2 zone

Bill Carmody: Northwestern Princeton Offense

Bill Fenlon: DePauw Secondary Break

Bill Herrion: East Carolina Press Offense

Billy Gillespie: Kentucky Pressure defense

Billy Gillespie: In your face pressure defense drills

Blaine Taylor: Old Dominion 14 options to the transition game

Bo Ryan: Wisconsin Swing Offense

Bob McKillop: Program philosophy Nike 2008

Bob Punter: Valpo Offensive Sets

Bob Thomsason: Pacific Quick Hitters

Bobby Cremins: College of Charleston : Building an offense

Bobby Gonzalez: Seton Hall 1-2-2 containment press

Bobby Lutz: UNC Charlotte Quick Hitters

Bobby Lutz: UNC Charlotte set plays

Brad Brownell: Wright State Team Practice

Brad Stevens: TABC Clinic 2008

Brad Stevens: Butler Team Practice

Brian Gregory: Dayton Team Practice

Bruce Hensley: Greenwood Halfcourt defensive drills

Bruce Pearl: Tennessee OB s and Flex Offense

Bruce Pearl: UW Milwaukee Flex entries

Bruce Weber: Illinois Quick Hitters

Brusier Flint: Drexel Hard-nosed closeout defense

Butch Estes: Furman Flex Offense

Buzz Peterson: Coastal Carolina special plays

Charlie Coles: Miami OH Quick hitters

Charlie Hall: Kokomo set plays HS

Chris Benedict: Columbia City: Controlling tempo HS

Chris Lowery: SIU Quick Hitters

Clyde Rusk: Full Court Blend Defense

Dan Monson: Long Beach Flex Dive Offense

Dane Fife: IPFW Team Practice

Dave Ferrell: Zionsville new flex wrinkle HS

Dave Leitao: Virginia 32 motion series

Dave Loos: Austin Peay: Entries into Motion Offense

Dave Odom: Zone offense at Nike Springfield 2008

Dave Odom: SC Quick Hitters

Dave Rose: BYU Special Plays

Dennis Felton: Georgia Offensive game

Dick Bennett: UW Green Bay Blocker Mover offense

Dick Davey: Santa Clara: Developing offense

Dickie Nutt: Arkansas State Set Plays

Doc Sadler: Utep quick hitters

Ernie Kent: Using Mike D Antoni s offense

Evan Pickman: Five Star Basketball Post Development

Fran Dunphy: Penn Zone Offense

Fran Fraschilla: UNM offensive and defensive clips

Gene Miller: Lafayette Jeff: Building zone offense

Greg McDermott: Iowa State: Set Play offense

Herb Livsey: Teaching Shooting

Homer Drew: Valpo Team Practice

Hubie Brown: Memphis Grizzlies Special plays

Jason Young: Avon Set Plays HS

Jay Wright: Villanova Motion offense and breakdown drills

Jeff Lebo: Auburn: Doubling the Post

Jim Calhoun: UCONN 2-2-1 press

Jim Woolridge: Kansas State Triangle Offense

John Beilein: West Virginia Practice drills

John Brady: LSU sets and man offense

John Kresse: College of Charleston zone press

John Shulman: UT Chattanooga quick hitters

John Thompson III: Georgetown Zone offense at Nike clinic

Johnny Jones: North Texas special plays

Josh Kendrick: Brownsburg Zone set plays HS

Kelvin Sampson: Indiana

Kelvin Sampson: Oklahoma Sooner Intensity Drills

Kent Adams: Twin Lakes HS: Full court press defense

Kevin Boyle: Zone entries and set plays: Nike Springfield 2008

Kevin Eastman: Boston Celtics Individual Instruction

Kevin O Neill: Northwestern Set Plays

Kevin Stallings: Vanderbilt Quick Hitters

Larry Brown: Indiana Pacers: man defense concepts

Larry Eustachy: Southern Miss. Set Plays

Larry Krystkowiak: Montana quick hitters

Leonard Perry: Idaho set plays

Luke Cummings: East Noble: zone drills

Mark Few: Gonzaga Individual Instruction

Mark Fox: Nevada Secondary Break

Mark Turgeon: Wichita State quick hitters

Matt Driscoll: Baylor Individual Improvement with diagrams

Matt Painter: Purdue Motion Offense and individual workouts

Mike Brown: Paoli HS: Fist Man offense

Mike Deane: Wagner quick hitters

Mike Krzyzewski: Duke Transition game

Mike Lightfoot: Bethel Team Practice

Mike Lightfoot: Bethel Team Practice 2

Mike MacDonald: Canisius Middle triangle offense

Mike Moreau: Five Star Basketball Individual Improvement

Murray Bartow: UAB 3 point shot plays

Murray Bartow: UAB Man Defense

Nike 2008 Clinic: Oliver Purnell, Gary Williams, Billy Gillespie,

Bruce Weber...

Paul Hewitt: Georgia Tech: Keys to motion offense

Phoenix Suns Offensive Sets

Randy DeShone: Jimtown HS: Defensive Drills

Rick Herdes: Southern Indiana Team Practice

Rick Majerus: 4 out / 1 in motion offense notes

Robb Berger: Mishawaka HS: Zone Defenses

San Jose State: Coaching clinic notes 2008

Scott Adubato: Five Star Perimeter Player drills

Sean Miller: Offensive Improvement drills

Sean Miller: Zone attacks

Sean Miller: Xavier Team Practice

Seth Greenburg: Nike Clinic 2008: Quick Hitters and Ramsey off.

Stan Peter: Shooting workout

Steve Alford: Iowa Individual workouts

Steve Fisher: SDSU funadamentals and shooting

Steve McClain: Wyoming transition offense

Steve Merfield: Evansville Team Practice

Steve Shields: UALR Quick Hitters

Teresa Durham: China Springs: Circle Motion Offense HS

Terry Carroll: Denver quick hitters

Tim Buckley: Ball State Team Practice

Todd Lickliter: Butler Offensive system

Tom Brennan: Vermont quick hitters

Tom Davis: Drake modified flex offense

Tom Izzo: Set Plays vs. 1-3-1 and 1-2-2

Tom Izzo: Michigan State Defense, Rebounding, and Quick hitters

Tom Peller: Chesterton HS: 41 motion offense HS

Tony Barone: Memphis Grizzlies Fastbreak

Travis Ford: EKU quick hitters

USA Coaches Clinic: St. Louis 2008

Vance Walberg: Pepperdine Clinic Notes very detailed

Vance Walberg: Scouting the Memphis DDM

Vanderbilt: Basketball Self Improvement Program

Vanderbilt: Basketball Shooting guide

Vanderbilt: Steve Nash, Michael Jordan, Larry Bird workouts

Wake Forest Offense

Will Brown: Albany: special plays

Adidas Coaching Clinic 2007 Notes

Alan Stein: Building a championship program Nike Vegas 2007

Andy Landers: Full Court Press

Andy Landers: 2-2-1 Press

Ben Braun: Nike Vegas : Offensive Concepts

Bill Self: Zone and Man Offenses

Bill Self: Guard Development

Bill Self: Hutch 98

Bill Self: Motion Offense

Bill Self: Vegas 2002

Billy Gillispie: Nike Vegas 2007: Defensive Philosophy

Billy Donovan: Nike Vegas 2001

Bo Ryan: Swing Offense Notes

Bo Ryan: Swing Offense Notes 2

Bob Bender: Motion Offense and others

Bobby Huggins: Matchup Press 2007

Bruce Pearl: Full Court Press

Bruce Weber: 1 man clinic

Bryon Scott: New Jersey Nets Offensive Playbook

Coach K: Post Player Development

Dean Smith: 4 Corners Delay Offense

Dean Smith: Run and Jump Defense

Don Meyer: Building your Motion Offense from scratch

Don Meyer: Man to Man Defense

Don Meyer: Individual defense and team defense

Double Pump Collegiate Busines Conference 2008

Double Pump Collegiate Conference

Eddie Jordan: Princeton Offense 1998

Eddie Jordan: Teaching Princeton Progressions

Gene Keady: Purdue Offense and Defense

Gregg Popovich: How to Scrimmage

Herb Welling: Dribble Motion Breakdown Drills

Herb Welling: Dribble Motion Offense

Jeff Van Gundy: Pick and Roll Defense, Offense, and Ideas

Jim Molinari: Bradley Defense

John Brady: Nike Vegas 2007: Press Offense

John Calipari: Outside the Box coaching notes

John Thompson III: Nike 2007: Zone Offense and other thoughts

Lawrence Frank: Double Pump: Pick and Roll Stuff

Lon Kruger: Offensive and Defensive drills

Lorenzo Romar: Nike Vegas 2007: Transition Offense

Lute Olsen: Position Work

Mark Few: Post Play

Messina Belgrade 2004

Mike Montgomery: Standford Offensive Package

NBA Ball Screening

Nike Vegas 2007 Clinic

Nike Vegas 2004 Clinic

Nike Vegas 2005 Clinic

Nike Clinic: Mohegan Sun 2006

Nolan Richardson and Jim Valvano: Practice Philosophy

Pete Gillen: Changing Defenses and Randy Smithson:

How to build a program

Princeton Offense

Princeton sets, entries, and options

Rick Majerus: 4 out motion keys

Rick Majerus: Defense and Post Passing

Rick Torbett: Read and React Drills

Rick Torbett: Read and React Offense

Sheri Coale: Nike 2007: Little things that matter

Stan Van Gundy: San Fran Clinic 2008

Steve Alford: Coaching Notes

Steve Alford: Post Development

Tim Welsh: Zone Offense Breakdown drills

Todd Lickliter: Foundations of Butler Basketball

Todd Lickliter: Individual and Team Fundamental Drills

Tom Izzo: Defensive Rebounding Notes

Tom Crean: Six plays from a box set

Tom Crean: Competitive Practice drills

Tom Crean: Dynamic Skill Development

Tom Crean: Setting the tone for a season

Tom Crean: Winning late game plays

Tony Barone Nike Vegas 2007: Running the Ball

Tony Bergeron: Secrets of the Dribble Drive Motion Offense

2 on zero and Blood drills

2-1-2 modified flex offense

4 around 1 set plays

Bill Self: Kansas Ball Screen Offense

Bo Ryan: Man to Man defense

Bobby Gonzalez: Black – White Press

Brenda Frese: Maryland Offensive Sets

Davidson Play versus Kansas

Dick Bennett: Blocker – Mover Drills

Dick Bennett: Blocker – Mover offense

Don Meyer: Offensive Guard Play

Don Meyer: Post Development

Don Meyer: Clinic Notes

Doug Woodard: Bellevue West Press

Dribble Drive Motion Offense Options

Dribble Drive Motion Breakdown Drills

Geno Auriemma: Teaching the High Post Offense

Herb Welling: Dribble Drive Motion Offense Setup

Howard Garf: Clinic Notes

Hubie Brown: Thoughts

Jamie Dixon: Pitt 4 out / 1 in motion offense

Jerry Tarkanian: Unlv running game

Jim Morris: Iowa Western Sets

John Beilein: BCAM 2007

John Beilein: Two Guard Princeton Offensive system

John Brady: LSU Man offense

John Burns: Dribble Drive Motion Offense

John Chaney: Rover Zone

John Beilein: Notes about what he expects

Kevin Boyle: Half court dribble series

Kevin Eastman: Skill development

Lee Deforest: Winning with Princeton offense notes

Chris Lowery: Defensive Keys

Mike Kryzewski: Team Man Defense

Mike Rice: Half court pressure defense

NCAA Division I Playbook

Nike basketball coaching clinic: Springfield MA 2009

Nike Myrtle Beach 2009 notes

Paul Westhead: LMU Break notes

Phil Martelli: Notes

Point Zone Slides

Rick Majerus: Feeding the post

Rick Majerus: Utah defense 2000

Rick Pitino: Louisville half court set offense

Rick Pitino: Louisville Press Defense

Rick Majerus: Post Play

Sheri Coale: Motion Offense

Tex Winter: Chicago Bulls Triangle Offense

Tex Winter: Triangle Offense notes

The Gun Drills

Tod Kowalczyk: Attack on ball screen offense

Tom Asbury: K State man defense

Tom Izzo: Zone Sets

Tom Pecora: Hofstra dribbling workout

Tom Pecora: Hofstra Forward offseason workout

Tom Pecora: Guard offseason workout

Tom Pecora: Hofstra Package

Tom Pecora: Weakness Workout routine

Tom Pecora: Zone Defense Myrtle Beach 2009

Tubby Smith: Kentucky 1996 sets

UMKC Triangle offense

Vance Walberg: AAASA

Vance Walberg: Daily 45 drills

Vance Walberg: Implenting the dribble drive motion off.

Vance Walberg: Rocklin clinic notes

Vance Walberg: Transcosco Clinic notes

Vance Walberg: Tunica 2-2-1 Press notes

Vance Walberg: Full court press defense

Vance Walberg: Full court press notes (different)

Vance Walberg: Basketball Clinic notes (Rocklin different set)

2009 Double Pump Collegiate Conference Notes

2-1-2 Press

Alan Stein: Active Warm-up Training Notes

Alan Stein: Measure of a Great Program Vegas 2009

Alan Stein: Vegas 2009

Ball-screening zone offense

Bo Ryan Swing Offense

Bob Huggins Open Post Motion Notes

Brian Gregory: Man to Man Defense Notes

Bruce Weber: Offensive Skill Development

Bruce Weber: Offensive skill development / ball screens

Bucknell matchup zone

Clinic to end all Clinics 2008

Dick Bennett: Blocker Mover Zone Offense

Divenzio: Point Guard College

Don Meyer: Best Things Vegas 2009

Don Meyer: Full Court Trapping Notes

Don Meyer: International Coaches Clinic

Don Meyer: Perimeter Shooting / Scoring Camp Notes

Don Meyer: Special Situations

Don Meyer: Vegas 2009

Don Meyer: Shooting 2009

Don Meyer: LHSAA 2009

Double Pump Collegiate Conference 2009 Notes

Double Pump Collegiate Conference 2009 Notes from cali

Fran Fraschilla; Season Practice Notes

Fran Allocco: Intagibles for a Successful basketball program

Ganon Baker: Separation Skills

Gregg Marshall: Containment Defense

Gregg Popovich: Drills and Motion offense notes

Grinnell: Run and Gun system: Understanding it.

Herb Sendek: ASU Vegas 2009

International Basketball Strategies eBook

John Beilein: 4 out zone offense

John Calipari: Building a Dominant Defense

John Calipari: Coaching and inspiring today s athlete

John Calipari: Definitive Dribble Drive Motion Offense

John Calipari: Dirbble Drive Motion Offense Vegas 2009

John Calipari: Fundamentals of an All-star

John Beilein: Quips

Kevin Eastman and Brendan Suhr: Coaching U Notes

Kevin Eastman and Brendan Suhr: Coaching U Notes Tuk

Kevin Eastman Basketball Coaches Clinic

Larry Shyatt: Defense Wins Championships

Lawrence Frank: Pick and Roll Offense

Mark Grabow: Snow Valley Warrior Drills

Mike Dunlap: Practice Planning from Dvd

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