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Bobby Cremins: The 10 Trends of Successful Basketball (DVD)

Bobby Cremins: The 10 Trends of Successful Basketball (DVD)
With Bobby Cremins, College of Charleston Head Coach.
 
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When Coach Cremins traded his coaching career for television as an analyst, he kept a keen eye on the game. Traveling across the country watching college basketball alerted Cremins to changes in the game. In this on-court clinic demonstration, he shares his thoughts, observations and ideas on new trends in the game. Cremins has seen the Princeton offense gain popularity in college programs like NC State and West Virginia, as well as a few NBA teams. Cremins attributes this to the benefits that the offense boasts, including great spacing and 3-point opportunities. On the floor he shows how versatile post players can score in the post, elbow and outside the 3-point line. The 3-point play is so impacting that almost every team has several players that can hit the trifecta, and he is impressed with the variety of 3-point plays around the country. He demonstrates a 3-point play that Duke ran with success for JJ Reddick. Cremins cites Georgia Tech's on ball screen and its ball penetration and pick and roll opportunities. He stresses that the on ball screen poses several difficult obstacles for the defense and has become a huge trends over the past few years. The North Carolina box set shuffle action is a favorite of Cremins's. Bench strength is a key to winning basketball according to Cremins. A lack of depth will eventually spell doom in today's competitive, level playing field. He recognizes pressure defense as a key stabilizer in college basketball. Cremins wraps up his presentation by displaying a baseline out of bounds play with several excellent options. This DVD gives you a glimpse of what trends in the game are on display every night during the basketball season. A key trend or two could just be the edge that your team needs for the upcoming season. Stay on top of the game with this excellent DVD!

58 minutes. 2006.
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