5 Great Practice Drills To Have In Your Pocketby Brian Wardle
5 Great Practice Drills
Practice is arguably the most important aspect of basketball. Without training and practice there is no progression, development, communication, or success. After all, basketball is a team sport. Kobe, Mj and Lebron did not do it alone. Everything starts on the practice floor.
It's important for a coach to develop a strategic practicing plan. Although repetition is key, repeating the same drills can only help so much. Switching workouts help players become more well rounded and ultimately become a greater asset to a team. Teaching technique and skills is vital during practice as well as getting feedback from your players. They can tell the coach what is working and what isn't.
There are drills that every coach should have in their practice plan. The 28 in 2 drill, a great exercise for passing, catching, moving and communication. A team energizer drill. The 5 man shooting drill, where you work offensive rebounding and transition defense and work on shooting on the other end. These are just two of five great drills to incorporate.
It's crucial for a coach to keep plays & drills simple yet effective. The most important aspect of practice is developing communication and playing as a unit. Running plays correctly, progresses the team's shooting, offensive abilities as well as defensive.
Bradley University’s Men's Basketball Coach Brian Wardle has created and developed a training program to help teams run effective and useful drills. Introducing..
**5 great practice drills training**
In this course, Brian Wardle discusses the 5 drills he incorporates into his practices to help improve his team's offensive power. As well as the practice philosophy he carries and a question & answer.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and practicing these drills everyday!
Brian Wardle is the Men's Basketball Coach at Bradley University. Having reestablished Bradley men’s basketball as a championship-level program, Brian Wardle is in his seventh year as head coach of the Braves. In his first six seasons on the BU sideline, Wardle has built Bradley into a perennial Missouri Valley Conference contender, capped by winning back-to-back championships in 2019 and 2020. Bradley opened the 2018-19 season by defeating Penn State in the Cancun Challenge Championship as the Braves claimed their first regular-season tournament trophy since 1983. The early-season crown wouldn’t be the last trophy the Braves lifted that campaign as Wardle helped BU win its first Missouri Valley Conference Tournament title in 31 years. Not content with a one-year run, Wardle and the Braves repeated as Missouri Valley Conference Champions in 2020. Bradley won back-to-back conference titles for the first time in school history, while becoming the ninth team in conference history to accomplish the feat. It also marked the first time since 1954 and 1955 that the Braves qualified for the NCAA Tournament in consecutive campaigns.