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Coach Weir played college basketball at the D1, D2 and Juco levels before beginning his coaching career. He is currently heading into his 12th year of coaching. Coach Weir has been a high school varsity assistant for the last nine years and helped coach multiple playoff teams, multiple 20 win season teams, all state players, all district players, players that have gone on to play D1, NAIA and Juco players. Currently Coach Weir calls the offense, does the guard skill development and the strength and conditioning of the program for South Grand Prairie HS in TX. Follow on Twitter @WEIRbasketball.
Gardner-Webb uses multiple actions including a pistol formation, DHO weave, and a ball screen slip aciton to move the defense and get its best post player a look inside 1v1.
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Gardner-Webb used a 5 out spread formation in transition to attack the hard hedge of the defense. Instead of setting the ball screen they sprint as though they were going to screen and slipped to the basket for an easy look.
Marquette runs this often. Has a great option for a post ISO as well as a shooter coming off the double stagger. For Marquette this is Howard coming off the stagger and it leaves the post wide open.
Back door set for an athletic point guard that comes off a high post entry. Clear out the side with some decoy pin down action as well.
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Scoring Drill to work on the individual skill set of a player in a very chaotic setting. Includes ball handling, passing, condtioning and progresses to live play competition.
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Extra Pass Shooting is a drill that we use to develop chemistry within our team and really encourage that extra pass and better shot. Consists of shooting, passing, ball handling and rebounding - as well as progressions of decision making and reads.
- 6 minute drill (3 min left, 3 min right)
- 1 min per spot
- Goal is 10- 12 per minute
- Ball doesn't touch the floor anymore than necessary
- Passer calls shooters name and the action
- 2nd passer will call for ball, and shooter will call EXTRA
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