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CHN's Coaching Week

Agnus Berenato Tricia Floyd Dan Hipsher Greg Kraley Tanya Haave Art Prevost Bobbi Morse

February 26th, 2003

Question #6: What's your most trusted teaching drill that you use most often, and why do you feel its important?

Agnus Berenato (Georgia Tech):  5 person weave, 3-on-2/2-on-1 fast break drill.  This drill teaches everything from 5 people cutting , passing, pushing the ball to transition defense.  There are so many opportunities  in a game for 3-on-2 or a 2-on-1 both defensively and offensively.  Love this drill.

Tricia Floyd (SIU): The shell.  It's important because I can break down so many areas of the game, in a close to game like setting. 

Daniel Hipsher (Akron):  4/4 defensive drills that entail communication, in terms of help and rotation. They also incorporate on-the-ball fundamentals.

Greg Kraley (Akron):  4-man shell defensive drill.  It teaches a number of defensive concepts in one drill.

Steve Mergelsberg (Rutgers-Newark):  I am not a believer of drills but I like a 3 on 2, 2 on 1 drill because it is great for conditioning but also the players are passing, shooting, running the floor, rebounding, playing "D" and thinking, all in one drill.

Arthur Prevost (Akron):  It has to be the 4 on 4 shell drill, we use what we call no dribble for the offensive part and on the defensive side we go strong or weak-side cutters. This will allow the players to understand jumping to the ball and help-side.  I think everyone uses this drill . 

 

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Question One:  The biggest force in creating your coaching philosophy has been..

Question Two:  Do you feel offenses should be catered to players?
Question Three:  Who do you feel is the most original  X's and O's coach out there?  What's the wackiest play you've ever seen work?

Question Four: Do you change your approach for road games?

Question Five: Breaking down basketball into three simple maxims..
Question Six: What's your most trusted teaching drill and why?

 

We'd like the following coaches for their help in CHN's Coaching Week.  Agnus Berenato (Georgia Tech), Tricia Floyd (SIU), Tanya Haave (Colorado), Daniel Hipsher (Akron), Greg Kraley (Akron), Bobbi Morse (SLU), Arthur Prevost (Akron). Special thanks goes out to Steve Mergelsberg (Rutgers-Newark)

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