with Pat Summitt, University of Tennessee Head Women's Basketball Coach; 2008 NCAA Champions; 8-time NCAA Championship Coach; 1098 career wins; Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame; Naismith Basketball Coach of the Century; Presidential Medal of Freedom
- Learn how to master special situations with the NCAA's all-time winnigest coach, Pat Summitt
- Insights on how to handle special situations including pressure, press break, zone offense, attacking junk defenses and late game situations
- Demonstration of how to beat junk defenses like the triangle and two and box and one
Pat Summitt's winning program at Tennessee is model for all sports teams. In this basketball DVD, Coach Summitt will explore insights on handling special situations. Also included are pressure, press break, zone offense, attacking junk defenses and late game situations. Handling pressure applies to situations on and off the floor.
Offensive execution is important when facing a myriad of situations from your opponent. The initial choices are to quickly in bound the ball or set up to attack the press. "Special" is a play that releases the screener down the floor and throw the ball long.
When ahead, Coach Summitt shows a play to get the ball in bounds successfully. The box press attack contains many features and alignments to beat full court pressure. Summitt shows specifically how to beat the 1-2-1-1 press with the box press attack.
Two difficult defenses to attack are the triangle and two and box and 1. In a 1-4 set, Summitt demonstrates how to defeat these junk defenses. In addition, Summitt shows several strategies to win games with a baseline out of bounds play and a set with 15 seconds left.
70 minutes. 2008.