- Learn perimeter player workouts with the National Association of Basketball Coaches Coach of the Decade, Mike Krzyzewski!
- Individual drills to develop great basketball perimeter players
- Series of drills to enhance your perimeter players' basketball abilities to the max
with Mike Krzyzewski "Coach K",
Duke University Head Men's Basketball Coach;
NABC "Coach of the Decade," 12X NABC "Coach of the Year," Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2001), 3X NCAA National Championships ('91, '92,'01)
and Johnny Dawkins,
Duke University Men's Basketball Associate Head Coach;
2X First Team All-American, All-Time Leading Scorer (Duke), "National Player of the Year" ('86), Named one of the "50 Greatest Players in ACC History"
Coach Mike Krzyzewski and Associate Head Coach Johnny Dawkins give you an "inside look" at Duke's intense workout for perimeter players. The Duke basketball program has a reputation for unparalleled individual improvement using these competitive and innovative drills. Dawkins highlights four areas in this effective workout: warm-up, defense drills, transition shooting drills and offense drills. The workout emphasizes the ability to create and convert open shots, get open on the wing, use screens, and catch and shoot in transition. Along with ball handling drills, Dawkins includes a multitude of shooting drills that will cover the proper shooting stance and the most effective way to catch the ball to make your shooting more accurate and efficient. There is no one better on the court than Coach Dawkins to teach these outstanding drills. As a player, Dawkins finished his college career at Duke as the school's all-time leading scorer (2,556 points). In addition, Coach Dawkins shares insightful detail about playing effective defense on the wing. Duke Basketball's effective practice regimen has been a large part of the success of the Duke teams over the years, which includes seven "National Player of the Year" award recipients for Duke. The drills in this workout can be incorporated into individual workouts or a competitive practice environment and are appropriate for all ages.
48 minutes. 2005.