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Steve Prohm: All Access Murray State University Basketball Practice  with Steve Prohm
Steve Prohm:
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University Basketball Practice
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Maximize practice time by breaking down your offensive system into drills for to get more quality shots in practice.
Prepare your team for game day by breaking down your opponent's favorite actions into 3-on-3 and 2-on-2 drills.
Limit turnovers, focus on shot selection, run offense, and focus on transition defense through the use  of Murray State's Cincinnati Drill.
Get the most of your offensive sets and secondary break by using various 5-on-0, 4-on-0, and 5-on-5 breakdown drills that emphasize fundamentals within your offensive sets.


• Maximize practice time by breaking down your offensive system into drills
   for to get more quality shots in practice
• Prepare your team for game day by breaking down your opponent's
   favorite actions into 3-on-3 and 2-on-2 drills
• Limit turnovers, focus on shot selection, run offense, and focus on
   transition defense through the use of Murray State's Cincinnati Drill
• Get the most of your offensive sets and secondary break by using various 5-on-0,
   4-on-0, and 5-on-5 breakdown drills that emphasize fundamentals
   within your offensive sets



with Steve Prohm, Murray State University Head Coach; 2 NCAA appearances, 3 Ohio Valley Conference Championships

One of the singular most important things a coach can do for his team is get them to develop fundamentals and consistently demonstrate them throughout practices and games. Coach Prohm has done this with his Murray State team. In this All Access DVD featuring one of the hottest teams in the country in 2012, Coach Prohm takes you through multiple drills to breakdown their offensive and defensive system.

Disc 1: Skill Development within Offense/Defensive System

• Learn the essential drills that Murray State uses to build both their guards
   and their post players into solid, fundamental players
• Learn the defensive principles that make Murray State such a dominate team
• See how Murray State focuses on the concept of the closeout - essential
   to the success of a dominate defense

In this first practice we see example after example of fundamentals being executed. You will see why Murray state has one of the best defenses in the country when you watch their 4-on-4 shell focusing on their defensive principles of sprinting hard to closeout, hedging hard through all screens, getting into gaps during driving situations, and communicating early.

Individual drills to support their motion offense and drills to build skills for both the bigs and guards are taught and repeated as well. Through various guard and post breakout sessions you will learn how to get your players the most game shots possible in practice. The practice ends with some passionate 5-on-5 play where you get to see both Murray State's offense in action and their defense put to the test.


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Disc 2: Individual Skill Breakdowns

• Learn a secondary offensive break that will give you an advantage
   and create easy opportunities to score.
• Learn to effectively and efficiently use fundamentals in your practices
   to support your teams overall performance.
• Learn to build your offense through 5-on-0 play which will allow the repetition
   necessary for your team to have success.

Coach Prohm takes you through a split squad practice to show how they breakdown their offensive system into several drills to maximize scoring opportunities. Prohm breaks his team into two groups of eight players who practice at different times. These small groups then receive the reps and the instruction necessary for them the grasp the essential concepts that are being taught. Mixed into to his individual breakdowns are his great defensive skill drills. The video ends with detailed preparation for their upcoming opponent.

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Disc 3: Preparations for Game Day

• Learn the specific position drills Murray State uses to prepare each individual player
   for their responsibilities in all areas.
• Execute the same set plays that Murray State successfully uses on the offensive end
   of the floor.

In this third All Access disc, Coach Prohm shows you how they prepare in practice for opponents. He uses his guard and post breakdown drills to continue to get game like shots. Coach Prohm uses 1-on-0 closeout and 1-on-1 deny drills to work on defending your opponent. Coach Prohm shows you their fast break drills emphasizing execution and technique. He uses 2-on-1 Transition and their Cincinnati drill teach how to limit turnovers, look for good shot selection, run the offense, and focus on transition defense. Coach Prohm finishes out this great DVD showing you how to breakdown an opponent's offense and how to use breakdown drills to work on defending you opponent's favorite actions.

338 minutes ~ 3 DVDs NEW on Mar 15, 2012 !


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About Steve Prohm

Steve Prohm: All Access Murray State University Basketball Practice  with Steve Prohm


Steve Prohm (born July 12, 1974) is an American basketball coach who is the current head coach of the Murray State Racers men's basketball team.

A native of Vienna, Virginia, Prohm's family later moved to Dalton, Georgia, where Prohm attended high school at Northwest Whitfield High School in Tunnel Hill, Georgia, and lettered in basketball for three years.

He started college at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta where he played NCAA Division III basketball. Prohm only made it half way through the his first season as a player when he left the team to follow his passion for coaching. He transferred to the University of Alabama where he worked as a student assistant coach and student manager for the Crimson Tide men's basketball team for five years. He graduated from Alabama in 1997 with a degree in education.

Prohm began his coaching career in 1998-99 as a volunteer assistant to Billy Kennedy at Centenary College, where he initially lived in the basement of a dorm and lived off cafeteria meals.[1][3] He followed Kennedy to Southeastern Louisiana University, where he spent five seasons as an assistant before leaving for Tulane.

In 2006, he rejoined Kennedy's coaching staff, this time at Murray State University. Prohm played a key role in Murray State's resurgence under Kennedy, which culminated with a school-record 31 wins in 2009-10 and an upset of Vanderbilt in the 2010 NCAA Tournament--only the second NCAA Tournament win in school history.

Prohm was named Murray State's 15th head coach on May 23, 2011, after Kennedy left for Texas A&M. In his first season, he led the Racers to their third straight Ohio Valley Conference regular-season title, a school record-tying 31 wins (including a school-best 23-0 start), a top-10 national ranking and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament.



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Number of discs: 3
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DVD Release Date: Mar 15, 2012
Run Time: 338 minutes on 3 DVDs


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Bob McKillop: Drills to Build Your Offensive Imagination
DVD with Bob McKillop, Davidson College Head Coach

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DVD with Bob McKillop, Davidson College Head Coach



... Drills to Build Your Offensive Imagination with Bob McKillop ...


NEW DVD on OCTOBER 1st, 2013 ~ 64 minutes
with Bob McKillop, Davidson College Head Coach;
2013 USA Men's Basketball World University Games Head Coach;
2013 Southern Conference Champions;
8x SoCon Coach of the Year;
2008 NABC Coach of the Year; over 400 career wins


• Learn the "attack the attacker" philosophy to force defensive mistakes
  and create offensive opportunities
 • Learn how to improve your team's shooting percentages by 3 to 5 percent
 • Discover ways to utilize a drill for both offensive and defensive principles in any system


Fill your playbook with excellent motion and set offenses that will help your players become better on the offensive end of the court.

2013 USA Basketball World University Games Head Coach Bob McKillop details the offensive system he uses to put breakdown drills in place. You will learn how to teach the offense within your program and discover the concept of attacking the attacker to create flow and rhythm in your offensive. McKillop emphasizes simplicity, which enables players to read the defense and create the appropriate rhythm and flow.

Using on-court demonstrations to present the basic principles of the Davidson offense, McKillop describes how these drills have created teams that are successful on the offensive end.

You will learn how to teach your players to attack space, find the open man, catch and see the floor, dribble with a purpose, and finish the cut in order to make your half-court offense unstoppable. Coach McKillop uses on-court demonstrations to teach five drills that instill these concepts, yet keeps your offensive game simple. These drills will help players become better decision-makers on the court.

This is one of the best DVDs you can buy at any level to help teach players how to play basketball - not just a patterned offense. Coach McKillop's concepts are easy to implement at any level and will help every player develop into an offensive threat.

Produced at the 2013 Tunica (MS) clinic.

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NEW Basketball Coaching DVD:
Phil Martelli, St. Joseph University Head Coach: Skill Development Workouts for All Ages



' Phil Martelli: Skill Development Workouts for All Ages '


NEW DVD on JULY 18th, 2013 ~ 92 Minutes

with Phil Martelli, St. Joseph University Head Coach; 2004 AP National Coach of the Year, 4x A-10 Regular Season Champions(1997, 2001, 2004, 2005), 4x A-10 Coach of the Year (1997, 2001, 2004, 2005)

• Create quality workouts rather than quantity workouts

• Challenge your players with fast-moving ball handling and shooting drills

• Discover simple, effective drills players can use at home on their own or in the gym with a partner

• Get two free throw games for developing focus when shooting fouls shots



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Tim Floyd: All Access UTEP Basketball Practice 5-Pack DVD with Tim Floyd
Tim Floyd:
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Tim Floyd (born February 25, 1954) is an American college basketball coach and the current head coach of the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) Miners men's basketball team. He is also a former head coach of several teams in both the NCAA and the NBA, most recently the University of Southern California men's college basketball team. Floyd is also known as the coach of the Chicago Bulls after Phil Jackson, Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman left the team.
Born in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Floyd is a 1977 graduate of Louisiana Tech University where he earned a bachelor's of science degree in health and physical education. He originally was a walk-on player at the University of Southern Mississippi, but he transferred to Louisiana Tech and was a scholarship player
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• Get a detailed look at how you can gear your practices toward
   defending your opponent's strengths and attacking their weaknesses offensively
• Learn how to stop a dominant post player with an undersized team
• Learn how to teach and incorporate the ball screen and off-ball screen action within your offense
• Features former NBA coach and current UTEP coach Tim Floyd (350+ wins as a head coach)



with Tim Floyd, University of Texas at El Paso Head Coach; 350+ career wins, Coach Floyd has won championships in four different conferences
(Pac-10, Big 8, Sun Belt, American South), former Chicago Bulls
and New Orleans Hornets head coach

University of Texas at El Paso coach Tim Floyd provides access to three days of in-season practice sessions as they prepare for an upcoming game during the 2012-2013 season.

Coach Floyd provides you with a detailed look at how they gear their practices toward defending their opponent's strengths and attacking their weaknesses offensively. You will also go inside a film session where they dissect their opponent's tendencies.

This DVD set is one of the best of the All-Access series. You will watch Floyd and his staff plan a practice, see their offensive and defensive drills in whole and in part, and listen in as Floyd teaches his way through each practice.



PRACTICE BREAKDOWNS

Practice 1

Coach Floyd demonstrates how the Miners work daily to improve their defensive transition. You will get a look at the various drills that build from 5-on-2 to 5-on-5 getting back in transition and placing an emphasis on stopping the ball and influencing the first pass out.

  He utilizes his time by working on their "32" half-court offense at the same time forcing his players to sprint back after a make or a missed shot. During the first practice, you get a detailed look at how the Miners work to perfect their "32" motion offense along with transitioning from a set play to half-court offense quickly to beat the shot clock.

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Practice 2

You will learn how to prepare a perfect practice as you watch Coach Floyd lead his staff through a detailed practice planning session. Floyd's staff works to make each drill meaningful and purpose-driven as they prepare for their upcoming game against UNLV. Once on the floor, you will be able to pick up new quick hitting strikes that include post and guard pick-and-roll actions, including several that you can implement into your offensive system right away.

Floyd demonstrates how the Miners will defend strong post players when they catch inside by showing you their various traps, triangle and 2, and box and one defense. Finally, you get a great look at some valuable under the basket Out of Bounds plays that could help any team score an easy bucket.

Practice 3

Coach Floyd finishes his all access practice with an in-depth practice planning and scouting session. Before taking the floor, you get an hour of in-depth footage on how the Miners plan to take away the strong inside game of their next opponent.

Coach Floyd and his staff put together a challenging practice in order to prepare their players for a battle against a top rated opponent. As they prepare for the upset, you will see how Coach Floyd wants to perfect their "32" Half Court Offense into their "Green" Dribble Penetration Offense late in the shot clock.

Watch as Floyd puts his players through a competitive game to teach his players how to react during any given situation. You get an in-depth look at how to the Miners use their Red and Brown defenses to trap with post players and with situational players. He provides a look at how to break pressure defenses in the full court and half court. You will also pick up a few new quick hitting actions to beat a pressuring half-court zone defense.

476 minutes ~ 5 DVDs ~ NEW on May 15th, 2013 !


Tim Floyd: All Access UTEP Basketball Practice 5-Pack DVD with Tim Floyd




About the Author: Tim Floyd

Tim Floyd: All Access UTEP Basketball Practice 5-Pack DVD with Tim Floyd
Tim Floyd was named UTEP's 18th men's basketball head coach on March 30, 2010 -- returning to the place where he landed his first full-time coaching position nearly 30 years earlier.

Floyd, an assistant coach at UTEP from 1978-86, has posted a 368-207 record in 18 seasons as a college head coach. His teams have made eight NCAA Tournament appearances and four trips to the NIT. Floyd's previous collegiate coaching stops include Idaho (1986-88), New Orleans (1988-94), Iowa State (1994-98) and USC (2005-09).

Floyd led Iowa State and USC to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA Tournament in 1997 and 2007 respectively, and New Orleans advanced three rounds in the NIT in 1990. Floyd's teams have also won three conference tournaments (New Orleans 1990, Iowa State 1996, USC 2009), while posting eleven 20-win seasons.

Floyd was also a head coach in the National Basketball Association for five seasons with the Chicago Bulls (1998-2002) and New Orleans Hornets (2003-04). He led a major rebuilding effort with the Bulls following the departure of coach Phil Jackson, Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. Floyd directed the Hornets to the 2004 NBA playoffs, where they lost to Miami in a seven-game first round series.

Floyd directed the 2011-12 Miners, a team with only one senior (Gabriel McCulley) and seven freshmen, to 15 wins.  UTEP beat the top three teams in Conference USA (Memphis, Southern Miss, Tulsa), as well as NCAA Tournament participant NM State.  The Miners also knocked off Clemson and Auburn at the Diamond Head Classic in Honolulu.

Despite battling a severe lack of experience and enduring injuries to big men Cedrick Lang and Malcolm Moore, the Miners stood 7-6 in C-USA play before dropping their final three league games.  Six of UTEP's nine C-USA losses came by nine points or less, and the Miners fell 11 points shy of going 10-6 in league play.

Three of UTEP's top four scorers were underclassmen, including Julian Washburn, who earned a spot on the Conference USA All-Freshman Team while averaging 11.2 points per game.  Washburn was a four-time C-USA Freshman of the Week over the course of the season.

In his first season as UTEP's head coach, Floyd orchestrated a 25-10 mark, a berth in the Conference USA Tournament title game and the school's first NIT bid in five years. The Miners tied for second place in the C-USA standings with an 11-5 mark and lost in triple overtime at eventual regular season champion UAB. UTEP's backcourt featured a pair of All-Conference players in Randy Culpepper (19.3 ppg) and Julyan Stone, who concluded his career as the league leader with 714 career assists.

While severely depleted in the frontcourt following the departures of Derrick Caracter and Arnett Moultrie, the Miners didn't miss much of a beat in following up their 2009-10 NCAA Tournament season. UTEP posted a 19-3 mark at home, its most victories in the Haskins Center in 25 years, including a 74-47 triumph over C-USA Tournament champion Memphis.

Prior to returning to the Sun City, Floyd was an assistant coach with the New Orleans Hornets after setting school records by leading USC to three straight 20-win seasons and three consecutive NCAA Tournaments from 2007-09. Floyd posted 85 wins at USC, more than any other Trojan coach in a four-year period. He recorded his 300th college coaching victory on Feb. 7, 2008 at Washington. USC's 25 wins during the 2006-07 season were a school record.

Not only does Floyd have a reputation for being one of the top coaches in college basketball, but he has excelled at player development as well.  Seventeen players have made it to the NBA in Floyd's 18 seasons as a college head coach, including three who did not play high school basketball.

Floyd began his coaching career as a student assistant at his alma mater, Louisiana Tech, in 1977 before moving on to UTEP where he was a part of the Miners' run to three NCAA Tournaments (1984-86) and three NITs (1980-81, 1983). While serving as UTEP's primary recruiter, Floyd put together classes of players that won five straight Western Athletic Conference titles (1983-87) and appeared in seven consecutive NCAA tournaments (1984-90).

In his first season as a college head coach at Idaho (1986-87), Floyd orchestrated a 16-14 record with a team coming off three straight last place finishes in the Big Sky Conference. Floyd was 35-25 in two seasons with the Vandals before moving to the University of New Orleans, where he engineered five postseason tournament appearances in six seasons. UNO averaged 21 victories under Floyd, who became one of just four NCAA Division I coaches to win four conference championships in their first five years at a school. He was twice named his conference's Coach of the Year at New Orleans (American South in 1989 and Sun Belt in 1993).

He compiled an 81-47 mark at Iowa State, becoming the only Cyclone coach to post three consecutive 20-win seasons and lead the team to three straight NCAA Tournament first round victories. Three of his teams ended the season ranked in the nation's top 20, including the 1997 squad that rose to as high as fourth in the country. ISU won a then-school record 24 games in his second season (1995-96). He was tabbed the Big Eight Coach of the Year and was runner-up for AP National Coach of the Year after leading the Cyclones to their first-ever Big Eight Tournament championship.  In September of 2011, Floyd was inducted into the Iowa State Hall of Fame.

A native of Hattiesburg, Miss., Floyd spent two seasons as a walk-on at Southern Miss before earning a scholarship at Louisiana Tech. He received his bachelor's degree in health and physical education from Louisiana Tech in 1977. Growing up, Floyd worked summers for the New Orleans Saints, who held their training camp in Hattiesburg at the time.

Floyd and his wife, Beverly, have a daughter, Shannon. His daughter had a brief role and Floyd served as the basketball advisor for the 2006 movie Glory Road, which chronicles UTEP's (then known as Texas Western College) drive to the historic 1966 national title.

Floyd's late father, Lee, was a member of UTEP's (then known as the College of Mines and Mettalurgy) 1941 Border Conference championship team and was also a head basketball coach at the college level. Lee Floyd is the second-winningest coach in Southern Miss history, fashioning a mark of 246-148 from 1949-54 and 1962-71.


Tim Floyd's Basketball Coaching Philosophy



Tim Floyd College Head Coaching Record

Season School Overall Conference Conference Finish/Postseason
1986-87 Idaho 16-14 5-9 t5th Big Sky
1987-88 Idaho 19-11 11-5 2nd Big Sky
1988-89 New Orleans 19-11 7-3 1st American South; NIT first round
1989-90 New Orleans 21-11 8-2 t1st ASC; ASC Tournament Champs; NIT quarterfinals
1990-91 New Orleans 23-8 9-3 t1st ASC; NCAA first round
1991-92 New Orleans 18-14 9-7 7th Sun Belt
1992-93 New Orleans 26-4 18-0 1st SBC; 2nd SBC Tournament; NCAA first round
1993-94 New Orleans 20-10 12-6 3rd SBC; NIT second round
1994-95 Iowa State 23-11 6-8 5th Big Eight; 2nd Big Eight Tournament; NCAA second round
1995-96 Iowa State 24-9 9-5 2nd Big Eight; Big Eight Tournament Champs; NCAA second round
1996-97 Iowa State 22-9 10-6 t3rd Big Eight; NCAA Sweet 16
1997-98 Iowa State 12-18 5-11 11th Big Eight
2005-06 USC 17-13 8-10 6th Pac-10
2006-07 USC 25-12 11-7 t3rd Pac-10; 2nd Pac-10 Tournament; NCAA Sweet 16
2007-08 USC 21-12 11-7 t3rd Pac-10; Pac-10 Tournament semifinals; NCAA first round
2008-09 USC 22-13 9-9 t5th Pac-10; Pac-10 Tournament Champs; NCAA second round
2010-11 UTEP 25-10 11-5 t2nd C-USA; 2nd C-USA Tournament; NIT first round
2011-12 UTEP 15-17 7-9 t8th C-USA
2012-13 UTEP 18-14 10-6 3rd C-USA
Totals 386-221 176-118

Tim Floyd NBA Head Coaching Record

Season & Team Record Postseason
1998-99 Chicago Bulls 13-37
1999-2000 Chicago Bulls 17-65
2000-01 Chicago Bulls 15-67
2001-02 Chicago Bulls 4-21
2003-04 New Orleans Hornets 41-41 NBA Playoffs first round
Totals 93-235

Tim Floyd's NBA Players

Player School Year NBA Team(s)
Raymond Brown Idaho 1988 Utah
Tony Harris New Orleans 1990 Philadelphia, Boston
*Earvin Johnson New Orleans 1993 Seattle, Denver, Milwaukee, Minnesota
*Michael McDonald New Orleans 1994 Charlotte
Fred Hoiberg Iowa State 1995 Indiana, Chicago, Minnesota
Loren Meyer Iowa State 1995 Dallas, Phoenix
*Kelvin Cato Iowa State 1997 Portland, Houston, Orlando
Dedric Willoughby Iowa State 1997 Chicago
Marcus Fizer Iowa State 2000 Chicago, Milwaukee
Paul Shirley Iowa State 2000 Chicago, Phoenix
Gabe Pruitt USC 2007 Boston
Nick Young USC 2007 Washington, L.A. Clippers
O.J. Mayo USC 2008 Memphis, Dallas
Taj Gibson USC 2009 Chicago
DeMar DeRozan USC 2009 Toronto
Nikola Vucevic USC 2009 Philadelphia, Orlando
Julyan Stone UTEP 2011 Denver

* Denotes players that did not play high school basketball




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Number of discs: 5
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Run Time: 476 Minutes. 5-Pack


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