And the price has been slashed
Apparently the provider for the automatic process of accepting payment for and sending out the Zone Offense System e-Booklet has gone out of business, and the book hasn’t been available for a while. It is now up and running again. This has obviously been an annoyance to some people, so we’ve slashed the price by 20% for a limited time.
In my original book there is a section about the Dribble Drive Zone Offense, and I have now expanded that section greatly with the new information from coach Walberg’s latest DVD’s (Walberg Advanced Dribble-Drive Offense: Zone & Transition Game).
The new eBook is 23 pages, and includes:
- X’s and O’s for the Fresno 4-out Push offense
- X’s and O’s for the Fresno 3-out “2-Game” offense
- How to combine Push and 2-game into simple offensive system
- Six different set plays in two different series which fit seamlessly with the zone offense.
The book can only be purchased here on the site, for $7.99 through a secure Paypal payment:
Please note that I have to process the file and send it to you manually, so if I’m coaching at an away game er sleeping (I’m in Europe) it might be several hours before I’m able to process your order.
As most European leagues are now in-season, and our friends in the US are gearing up for it, we’ve put the price of the Dribble Drive eBook down from $21.99 to $18.99.
Find the offer on the right.
I’m happy to announce that the paperback version of The Dribble Drive Offense – A Complete Instruction Manual is now available to purchase from probably the best resource of coaching books, videos etc. in the world.
The book was accepted into Championship Productions‘ website in August and they have already ordered a second printing.
You can order the book from Championship Productions here: The Dribble Drive Offense
The paperback is also still available at Lulu.com and as a PDF download right here from the site.
Also the book will be available in Japanese before long.
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Tagged AASAA, Basketball, Basketball Drills, Blood Drills, Calipari, DDM, Dribble Drive, Dribble Drive Attack, Dribble Drive Drills, Dribble Drive Motion, Dribble Drive Offence, Dribble Drive Offense, Elite 8, Final 4, Final Four, John Calipari, Kentucky, Kentucky Wildcats, March Madness, Memphis Offense, NCAA, Player Development, Walberg
It appear that there has been a problem with the Dribble Drive eBook sample on the main eBook page. I’ve uploaded a new 39 page sample which can be downloaded right here..
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Tagged AASAA, Blood Drills, Calipari, Dave Smart, Dribble Drive Attack, Dribble Drive Drills, Dribble Drive Fast Break, Dribble Drive Motion, Dribble Drive Offence, Dribble Drive Offense, John Calipari, Kentucky Wildcats, Player Development
At the moment Lulu.com are having a promotion which means you can buy the paperback version of the book at 30% off.
The offer is only valid when you make your purchase in US Dollars, but you can easily change your preferences here, if you’re not from the US: http://www.lulu.com/shop/stores.ep
The promotion code is: SPRING 315
Note: This is a time limited offer, and I have no chance of knowing when it will finish.
Go to LULU.com by clicking here
Learn more about the book by clicking here:
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Tagged Basketball, Basketball Drills, Blood Drills, Calipari, Dribble Drive, Dribble Drive Attack, Dribble Drive Drills, Dribble Drive Motion, Dribble Drive Offense, Final Four, John Calipari, Kentucky Wildcats, March Madness, NCAA, Walberg
Posted in Calipari, Championship, Dribble Drive Attack, Dribble Drive Drills, Dribble Drive Motion, Dribble Drive Offense, DVD's, Review, Walberg, X's and O's, Zone Offense
Tagged AASAA, Basketball, Basketball Drills, Blood Drills, Calipari, Dave Smart, Dribble Drive, Dribble Drive Attack, Dribble Drive Drills, Dribble Drive Fast Break, Dribble Drive Motion, Dribble Drive Offence, Dribble Drive Offense, DVD, Elite 8, Final 4, Final Four, John Calipari, Kentucky, Kentucky Wildcats, March Madness, Memphis Offense, NCAA, Player Development, Walberg
Just catching up on the LINsanity? This site had him featured 19 months ago.
It’s January, it’s cold (at least in many places), we’re right between the start of the season and the playoffs. In short it’s probably the toughest time of the year for us coaches. I know it’s tough for me, at least.
I took over a 1-6 team a third into the season, and now we’ve won six of the last eight, are in fourth place of a very competitive 10 team top flight league in Northern Europe – and we could easily miss the eight team playoffs. We win by playing defence, but out of the remaining 11 games five are against the top three, who are all great offensive teams, and most of the rest are away games. In other words I worry a lot right now. Worry about being relegated to the league below. Worry about injuries. Worry about every game, every practice.
Then someone sent me a quote. Someone who knows me really well, who knows this time of year for a basketball coach. It reminded me that just going out there on the court – fighting for every little thing – is more than worth it. I hope it will get you some energy to get you through January too:
“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better.
The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly; who errs and comes up short again and again; because there is not effort without error and shortcomings; but who does actually strive to do the deed; who knows the great enthusiasm, the great devotion, who spends himself in a worthy cause, who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement and who at the worst, if he fails, at least he fails while daring greatly.
So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat.”
Theodore Roosevelt, “Man in the Arena” Speech given April 23, 1910 26th president of US (1858 – 1919)
Coach Bart Sengers of the Netherlands is a coach at Eurosped Twente in Tubbergen and is also involved with the Team Holland Under 18 womens team as an assistant coach. With his club coach Sengers coaches the women and the Under 16 ladies.
With a very young womens team coach Sengers got some upsets playing quick basketball which helped Sengers get elected as an all star coach and runner up for coach of the year. The Under-16 girls did even better as they won the national title.
Here’s coach Sengers account of the 2010-11 season.
Posted in Championship, Dribble Drive Motion, Dribble Drive Offense, Fast Break, Player Development
Tagged AASAA, Bart Sengers, Basketball, Basketball Drills, Basketball philosophy, Blood Drills, Championship, Dribble Drive, Dribble Drive Attack, Dribble Drive Drills, Dribble Drive Fast Break, Dribble Drive Motion, Dribble Drive Offence, Dribble Drive Offense, Fast Break, Fastbreak, Final Four, John Calipari, Kentucky, Memphis Offense, Twente Tubbergen
The two lines Dribble Drive Warmup Reads Drill combines dynamic stretching drills, ball handling and Break Down Zone moves from the Dribble Drive Offense.
I use the drill all the time with my 16’s and under boys team. In fact, this is the only drill we’ve used to practice the moves and reads of theBreak Down Zone.
The line on the right performs ball handling moves in a zig zag line to half court. Any ball handling and/or dribbling moves can be used. We currently use basic moves like the cross-over, behind the back and so on.
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Tagged AASAA, attacking mindset, Basketball, Basketball Drills, Basketball philosophy, Blood Drills, Break Down Zone, Calipari, DDM, Dribble Drive, Dribble Drive Attack, Dribble Drive Drills, Dribble Drive Motion, Dribble Drive Motion Drills, Dribble Drive Offence, Dribble Drive Offense, John Calipari, Kentucky Wildcats, Player Development, Walberg