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Nash being one of the greats of all time has done a great job with all the basic fundementals, he also teaches drills to improve individual and team play. In the second video which I found really helpful he goes over Defense to Offense transition, Defense, Offense to Defense transition and Offense. Going over some basic zone and man to man defenses and offenses with the aide of another really good high school coach. Nash is really good as the Host, doesn't bore you, he's energetic and the kids he uses to instruct the viewer are kids we are likely to see at different levels we would coach. Best video by far that Ive seen or purchased. With the low price point of this video it makes it a must buy, have fun.
Coaches, and players, this is a must. Save your money and check these out before you spring potentially more dough for less informative and entertaining series.
However, this is not my case. I'm a pickup player looking for ways to improve my game in a pickup environment. I am not in a position to run team drills, give advice, or assume that my fellow players are actively working on the same things as I am. So while many of the individual drills can be helpful, I'd rather dispense with the non-Nash demonstration half and get more of his tidbits.
To some extent, Nash touches on a lot of useful stuff. For example, when talking about defense, he explains the reason you slide step on defense is that if you cross over, the offensive player will cut back on you and you can't react. Really? I'd like to exploit someone like that. I'd prefer the time be spent on showing me what that looks like rather than watching some kids do figure 8 dribbling drills.
Nash does cover a lot of ground. I don't know of another single or double disc set covering so many parts of the game this well. But if I had a session with Steve Nash, I'd like a lot more tips on how what to look for when I'm looking for an open man, or how to position myself to have the most options and the best vision.
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I've played both high school and college basketball, and the drills here are not only on point, but in ways exceed the level of on-court training you often times encounter at those... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Super Dad
A little sauteed, but the message is great. Helpful workout drills from a real class act!Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
bought this for my nine year old basketball phenom.
after he finished this, I noticed significant changes in his handles
he even performed a euro-step killer... Read more
Great instruction video, bought used, but it was perfect. Resurfaced and excellent qualityPublished 17 months ago by Donald Gephart