This perimeter play development DVD begins with dribble penetration using the Cheat Step. This step allows players to catch the ball closer to the basket and maintain balance as they drive to the basket. Eleven variations of this drill include the shot, go, fake, counter move, main street, pump fake and power, stride step, baseline sweep, baseline counter, reverse lay-up and power dribble. Another key skill for perimeter development is cutting and comes from the cutter series. This series is beneficial for conditioning and puts pressure on player to make shots. The six cuts demonstrated are Screen/step back, back door cut, down screen, flare screen, pro cut and ball screen. The ability to successfully use ball screens is important for all perimeter players. Shay teaches the following off ball screens: shooting, veer and shoot, shoot behind screen and shots after refusing the screen. Relocating on the perimeter after penetration is known as the Circle back. This important skill demands a series of three drills. To develop ball skills Shay teaches a two ball series that includes 10 unique variations that increases forearm strength, fingertip control and expert ball handling.
40 minutes. 2007.