FREE Stuff that You’ll Actually Want

​Here are a few PDF's we put together for you...

We want to help people make a difference on their teams and we think these are a few tools to help you do that. The only thing we want back from you is your email address so we can send you leadership content to help you grow in your influence.

We'll never send you anything wacky. No Spam. No BS. Just stuff to help you and your team.

5 Tools Every Coach Should Give their Players

As a professional I use these tools almost every day to improve my performance, avoid injury, and allow my body to perform at its maximum capacity. They are simple to use, but make a huge difference. 


5 Killer OBU's

My teams have scored 100's of free points using these plays over the years. They are simple and easy to execute, but incredibly hard to stop.

Spurs Transition Sets 

Learn a few of the plays Pop uses to score easy buckets before the defense gets set. The Spurs do a great job of creating mismatches and playing to their strengths. Scroll to the end of the post to download.


David Blatt's Euro Set

In my 3 years as a pro, this is one of the hardest sets I've had to guard. It gives the offensive team flexibility and scoring options depending on their players strengths. A great weapon to have. 


34 thoughts on “FREE Stuff that You’ll Actually Want”

  1. Benjamin Wood says:

    Good stuff for hoops junkies

    1. Thanks Benjamin appreciate it. Let me know if there’s anything else you’d like to see on the site

    1. Hi Brad,

      Glad you liked them! Thanks for stopping by.

  2. max whately says:

    Thanks, do you have any tips/drills to help with getting to the hoop?

    1. Hi Max,

      What exactly are you looking for? Getting to the hoop off the dribble? On the catch? In transition? Dribble moves? Just let me know and I should be able to help you out. Thanks!

      Quinn

      1. max whately says:

        Off the Dribble or on the catch mainly.

    1. No problem. Thanks for stopping by Terry!

  3. Francisco Alejandro Santaella Cuenca says:

    Thanks for all this stuff. Great content!! Rxciting to read it!!

    1. Your welcome! Hope you enjoy it.

    1. Thanks for stopping by Tim!

    1. No problem Michael, thanks for coming by

  4. Thank good info i need it

    1. Glad you liked it Sergio!

    1. Thanks for Stopping by Mike!

  5. Jane Morrissey says:

    Looking for some competitive rebounding drills for offense (put backs vs kick-outs) as well defensive to spark transition.

    1. Hi Jane,

      Thanks for your comment and for stopping by. I’m sorry that I don’t have anything written up that specifically addresses your questions about drills to improve rebounding/defensive transition. However, one of my favorite rebounding drills is called, “The Line Drill”. I’ll try to briefly describe it below.

      The Line Drill

      Have 5 offensive players scattered around the perimeter, then put 5 defensive players in a line going from the free throw line to the baseline. Give each defensive player a number 1-5. Have the coach start with the ball and pass it to one of the offensive players on the perimeter while simultaneously calling out a number 1-5 that corresponds to a defensive player. The defensive player whose number is called needs to closeout on the shooter, while the other 4 defenders need to find the other offensive players that are crashing the glass. After the ball is secured by the defense they can run transition (either 5 on 0 or 5 on 5 depending on what you want).

      Hope this helps! Also check out our rebounding section for some tips on rebounding and boxing out.

    1. Thank for stopping by Alex!

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