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Featuring three separate video programs [Field Goal Shooting (Set/Jump Shots); Field Goal Shooting (Lay-Ups/3-Point Shots); Free Throw Shooting] and almost an hour and a half of programming, Shooting from A-to-Z presents a detailed overview of the principles, fundamentals, and techniques involved in mechanically sound shooting. Appropriate for coaches and players at all competitive levels, the DVD includes game-tested drills for developing the essential aspects of great shooting.

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Don Meyer is Northern State University's head men's basketball coach. Meyer made his third straight appearance in the NCAA Regional in the 2005-06 season, making it all the way to the Sweet 16 and the regional championship before losing to the eventually national champions of Winona State.

Meyer won 20 games or more for the 25th time in his career and for the fifth consecutive year following the 2005-06 season. Meyer also ranks fifth in all-time wins among men's basketball coaches at the four-year level at any division.

Jerry Krause is the director of basketball operations for Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. He has coached and taught basketball at all levels for over 40 years. The author of 13 books on coaching basketball and over 30 instructional videos, Krause is the chairman of the NABC Research Committee and former chairman of the NCAA Basketball Rules Committee. In 1998, Krause received the prestigious NABC Cliff Wells Appreciation Award for his lifetime contributions to basketball. He was inducted into the NAIA Basketball Hall of Fame in March 2002. He is a member of the National Association for Sports and Physical Education and is in their hall of fame as both a coach and a physical educator.

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