Program-Defining Drillsby Joe Pasternack
Division 1 Head Coach Joe Pasternack gives out a complete blueprint on how to build your team's style of play from the ground up. He reveals his strategy that he uses to develop his teams into great defensive teams that can rebound the ball and he shares the secrets he learned from Bobby Knight on how to make his team to create and take high percentage shots on every offensive possession, as well as how to effectively guard ball screens.
- Shooting Drills That Simulate Game Shots Situations
- How To Prepare Players To Shoot Under Pressure
- How To Build Your Post Defense
- Drills That Teach Your Players How To Shoot Of Off Ball Screens
- Drills That Build Deadly Transition Offense
- How To Guard Ball Screen Actions - Multiple Ball Screen Coverages
- Ball Screen Defensive Drills
Joe Pasternack | Head Coach | UCSB
Coach Joe Pasternack is a current Division 1 Head Coach at the University of California Santa Barbara with a current record of 66-29 (.695) in his first 3 seasons with the program. Before he took over the UCSB program, he was an Associate Head Coach at the University of Arizona under the legendary Coach Sean Miller, where the team had 174-47 in his six years of being on the staff. He got his basketball pedigree originally from Coach Bobby Knight at Indiana University, where he was a student manager on the men's basketball team.
Coach Pasternack was also the Head Coach of the University of New Orleans Privateers and Assistant at the University of California Berkley.
|2000-2007||University of California - Berkley||Assistant Coach|
|2007-2011||University of New Orleans||Head Coach|
|2011-2017||University of Arizona||Assistant Coach|
|2017-Present||University of California Santa Barbara||Head Coach|