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John Calipari's Skill Development 4-Pack by John Calipari

John Calipari's Skill Development 4-Pack
By John Calipari



University of Kentucky Head Coach John Calipari cranks up the workout dedicated to

 • Point Guards;

 • Wing Players; and

 • Post Players...

with intense, purpose driven warm-up drills.


Each drill uses a ball and develops ball quickness and handles.


These drills will have your guards moving the ball around on the dribble, protecting the ball from deflections and steals and blowing by defenders.

This DVDs are packed with drills that will allow you to take advantage of the opportunities the Dribble Drive Motion Offense will present to your wings.

It will also show your players how to create their own opportunities.

And it will provide you with coaching cues and techniques for training and developing your players. Implement this workout into your program today!

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John Calipari's Skill Development 4-Pack by John Calipari
Point Guard Drills for the Dribble Drive Motion Offense


with John Calipari,
University of Kentucky Head Coach;
2x Naismith National Coach of the Year,
2009 Sports Illustrated National Coach of the Year,
.761 career winning percentage

Get the actions, shots and drills you need to prepare your point guards to run the Dribble Drive Motion Offense in this insightful DVD from John Calipari! Watch as Calipari runs his 45 minute point guard workout in a live practice setting.

All of the essentials are here: Drills for ball quickness, shooting, footwork and decision making skills.

Calipari cranks up the workout with intense, purpose driven warm-up drills. Each drill uses a ball and develops ball quickness and handles.

These drills will have your guards moving the ball around on the dribble, protecting the ball from deflections and steals and blowing by defenders.



Advanced Point Guard Skills & Drills



Moving to the heart of the work-out, Calipari breaks the remainder of the practice into three parts:

Lay-ups - Calipari presents a progression of lay-up drills that feature speed, ball handling and footwork. Each drill works on getting guards past their defenders and finishing with contact.

Shooting - These one-ball shooting drills will force your guards to make quick decisions based on what the defense gives them.

Calipari incorporates lay-ups, hesitation pull up jumpers, 3-pointers from the corner, back doors, top of the key shots, and kick backs.

Get your guards ready to score when the opportunity arises.

Pick-and-Roll - In this segment, Calipari focuses on a hesitation move to read the big and gain the separation needed to drive around or split defenders.

To finish the practice, Calipari has his guards play a continuous full court 1-on-1 drill that progresses into a 2-on-2 that forces players to score on the fastbreak, guard the dribble and play through the physical nature of the opponent.

This skill workout will teach your players to handle the ball with both hands, shoot the ball with both hands and develop their ball quickness.

And it will provide you with coaching cues and techniques for training and developing your players. Implement this workout into your program today!

52 minutes. 2009.




John Calipari: SEC Media Days



John Calipari's Skill Development 4-Pack by John Calipari
Perimeter Player Drills for the Dribble Drive Motion Offense


with John Calipari,
University of Kentucky Head Coach;
2x Naismith National Coach of the Year,
2009 Sports Illustrated National Coach of the Year,
.761 career winning percentage

Teach your wing players to beat their defenders off the dribble and knock down the big shot.
University of Kentucky Head Coach John Calipari shows you an extensive workout you can use with your wing players to develop the skills necessary to successfully run the Dribble Drive Motion Offense.

These are the same drills that have produced back-to-back top 5 NBA draft picks and the second highest scoring average in 2009.

Coach Calipari begins with a series of ball handling drills that develop a feel for the basketball. These drills concentrate on hand/eye coordination and a push-pull technique, which will give your wings a better feel for the ball.

Crossover, between-the-legs and behind the back techniques will build the confidence needed to throw the ball from one hand to another and beat defenders off the ball.




John Calipari: Breakdown Drills for the Dribble Drive Motion Offense



Calipari emphasizes:

Lay-ups - Calipari gives you a progression of lay-up drills that concentrate on speed, moves and finishing with contact. Learn the key to protecting the basketball and see how Calipari stresses it in practice.

He also demonstrates a stick-back drill that will turn your wings into strong, aggressive rebounders who turn offensive rebounds into points.

Shooting - 25 high-energy breakdown drills will give your wings a chance to work on a variety of shots (lay-ups, 3-pointers and pull-up jumpers) that occur during the natural flow of the dribble drive.

Calipari also includes a 4-minute shooting drill that gets your wings ready to make the big shot at the end of the game.

To finish the practice, Calipari shows two drills to get your wings mentally prepared to take the big shot at the end of the game. The 4-minute shooting drill forces the wings to make shots under pressure from five spots on the floor in a competitive fashion.

A series of one-on-one drills works on the wing's decision making - forcing him to work on beating his defender off the dribble or scoring off the catch.

This DVD is packed with drills that will allow you to take advantage of the opportunities the Dribble Drive Motion Offense will present to your wings. It will also show your players how to create their own opportunities.

53 minutes. 2009.




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John Calipari's Skill Development 4-Pack by John Calipari
Post Player Drills
for the Dribble Drive Motion Offense


with John Calipari,
University of Kentucky Head Coach;
2x Naismith National Coach of the Year,
2009 Sports Illustrated National Coach of the Year,
.761 career winning percentage

What skills should I be teaching my post players to play in the dribble drive offense? How do I get my post players involved in the dribble drive? Finally, some answers!

Join University of Kentucky head coach, John Calipari, as he leads you through an extensive workout you can use with your posts to develop the skills necessary to play the Dribble Drive Motion Offense.

Coach Calipari starts off by leading his posts through ball handling drills. These drills will develop the weak hand, give a feel for the ball and give your players the confidence they need to dribble the ball with their head up.




Developing the Dribble Drive Skill Set



Next, Calipari unveils 10 drills that allow you to practice the elements of spacing, soft hands and the "feel" bigs need to score near the basket.

The pick and roll gives the bigs a variety of options to score once they set a screen. Calipari concentrates on teaching proper spacing, which will give your bigs a number of options to the rim or finding a spot to score.

He also shows techniques for getting open once the post defender starts cheating up to help defend the drive.

To finish the practice, Calipari leads the posts through a perimeter shooting drill and a rim-running drill that teaches post players how to establish position inside when running the floor.

Make sure your Dribble Drive Motion Offense is hitting on all cylinders with this great offering from John Calipari.

54 minutes. 2009.




John Calipari: Coaching and Inspiring Today's Athlete



John Calipari's Skill Development 4-Pack by John Calipari
Speed, Agility and Conditioning Drills for Basketball


with John Calipari,
University of Kentucky Head Coach;
2x Naismith National Coach of the Year,
2009 Sports Illustrated National Coach of the Year,
.761 career winning percentage
and Todd Forcier, University of Kentucky Strength and Conditioning Coach for Basketball.

To better execute the Dribble Drive Motion offense, players must "play lower and stronger." In this basketball DVD University of Kentucky Head Coach John Calipari along with UK Strength and Conditioning coach Todd Forcier, teach you the drills that develop the explosion and lateral quickness needed to drive past your defender.

The workout is divided into three phases: Legs, core and foot speed. In the weight room, Coach Forcier takes the team through a variety of exercises that focus on strengthening the legs and core. On the court, the players work on drills to improve foot speed.

Starting with the legs, Forcier takes the athletes through an 11-exercise, medicine ball circuit that develops speed and power while working on conditioning. When working with the medicine ball, Forcier emphasizes staying low, in a good defensive position, which trains the muscles for game-like conditions.




The Definitive Dribble Drive Motion Offense



Being balanced is a critical aspect in the Dribble Drive Motion Offense. A strong core gives an athlete solid balance. Forcier demonstrates 40 exercises - from single-leg drills to a push-up series - that strengthen your players' core.

The final section is all about footwork and incorporates 14 different quick feet drills that will help build your players foot speed and quickness to cover more ground. In addition, stride drills work on lengthening a player's stride to get down the court quicker.

The drills in this DVD will push your players to the "Sweet Pain" that coach Calipari believes builds the conditioning needed to play in the Dribble Drive Motion Offense. Hit the court this season with a quick and powerful team that can run the court all game long!

41 minutes. 2009.



See all the items in this series!

John Calipari: Point Guard Drills for the Dribble Drive Motion Offense

John Calipari: Perimeter Player Drills for the Dribble Drive Motion Offense

John Calipari: Post Player Drills for the Dribble Drive Motion Offense

John Calipari: Speed, Agility and Conditioning Drills for Basketball



About Coach John Calipari

"... John Calipari was a rising star in college basketball. I was a green and naive college kid writing for the school newspaper. It was the Fall of 1991 and the coach was coming off his first (of many) 20-win seasons.

Anticipation for the upcoming hoops season was at a fever pitch - a completely new phenomenon for the University of Massachusetts which had just come off its first back-to-back plus-.500 seasons in 13 years.

The night of Midnight Madness arrived and I was assigned to do a quick feature on the event for The Massachusetts Daily Collegian. It wasn't my first story for the student paper - I had helped out on the football beat - but it was definitely the most high profile. My plan for the night was to scope out the scene outside the Curry Hicks Cage, an old barn of a basketball arena where Dr. J once toiled and where the Mass Madness was being held.

I would get quotes from students waiting in line outside for the night's festivities, some "color" of the happening and hopefully a quick quote from the head coach and a player. (If memory serves, it was one of many nights when the coach would provide pizza for the adoring fans who waited in line.)

With a midnight deadline, I would then rush back to the Campus Center basement where the paper's offices were, cull together a 750-word story and then probably pass out from exhaustion, nerves and excitement.

It was my first, real chance at deadline writing and the rush I was getting while scrambling to piece together a feature that would be played prominently on the sports page was a feeling I would thrive on years later. At that time though, I was just hoping not to vomit on my keyboard.

I leafed through my notepad, used all the "money" quotes I had collected and with about 20 minutes to spare, I forwarded the story to an editor, who quickly passed it along for layout.

"Happy with it?" asked the editor after he had put the paper to bed.

"Pretty much," I said. "I think I nailed it."

The next morning, I rushed to the first stack of papers I could find, turned to the back page and smiled a bit at my byline under the headline "Madness at The Cage" (or something to that effect).



John Calipari's Lockerroom Speech Before / After Game



The smile lasted about two seconds.

I began reading my own words. Two paragraphs in, the first quote I used was from the young, up-and-coming coach:

"This is the start of what we hope will be a great season and our fans are just incredible," said Jim Calipari.

I read it again. And again. And again. Each time it said "Jim" instead of "John." Each time my heart sank lower and lower.

With most of my writing to that point focused on UMass football, I had mixed up the first names of the football coach - Jim Reid - and the basketball coach - John Calipari.

I wanted to dig a hole and hide in it until the basketball season ended. Or longer.

I rushed to the paper's offices, checked a few more editions to confirm the error had been printed in all the papers and sat crestfallen behind a computer terminal. I knew what I had to do.

I picked up the phone, called the men's basketball office and asked for Coach Calipari. I was put right through.

"Coach, this is David Scott at The Collegian," I stammered.

"Hi David."

"Coach, I have to apologize," I said. "I called you 'Jim' instead of 'John' in my story today. I feel awful."

"That's okay, David," he laughed. "I've been called a lot worse!"

We talked for a few minutes, I apologized about a hundred times more and Coach Calipari continued to tell me to not worry about it.

"You got the last name right," he said. "Hope to see you at practice."

That was my first, true introduction to John Vincent Calipari. In the nearly two decades since, I've probably typed his name - correctly - thousands of times for newspaper stories, magazine articles, blog entries and most recently the book I was fortunate enough to work on with him, "Bounce Back."

We've both come a long way from the early-1990s in Amherst, Massachusetts. Coach has been to two Final Fours, the NBA and the University of Memphis among other places. I forwarded my writing career at various stops including College Sports Magazine, Sports Illustrated for Kids and SPORT Magazine.

Over the years, we have always stayed in touch, even when our respective careers took us in different directions. I was at the press conference when he was introduced in New Jersey and by his side after the Kansas loss in the 2008 title game. I've seen Coach in his absolute best and yes, even during some of his worst times (although it's hard to distinguish those moments with such a positive and inspirational man).

I've watched from afar as his children grew from little peanuts who used to crawl on the floor of The Cage into incredible young adults. I've seen firsthand what a wonderful and supportive wife Ellen has always been.

In essence, I have seen the evolution of the Coach who is now at the helm of YOUR University of Kentucky program. He has gone from the new kid on the block to the wily veteran. He went from "itchy shoes" to "Gucci shoes" and from The Cage to Rupp - but through it all he has never strayed too far from the little boy from Moon Township, Pennsylvania who used to spend his afternoons pretending to be Fran Tarkenton or Ilie Nastase or Arnold Palmer.

He was a dreamer back then and he continues to dream, especially of the new heights Kentucky basketball can rise to. When he says he is humbled to be YOUR coach, you can take him at his word. He feels the history and the responsibility of this job every day and will never stop living to those ideals.

Best of all? No one refers to him as "Jim" anymore. ..."
David Scott, Senior Sports Content Manager/Editor for or CoachCal



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Coaching Awards

 • 2009 NABC Co-Coach of the Year
 • 2009 Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year
 • 2009 Sports Illustrated National Coach of the Year
 • 2009 Iba National Coach of the Year Finalist
 • 2009 C-USA Coach of the Year
 • 2008 Naismith National Coach of the Year
 • 2008 C-USA Coach of the Year
 • 2008 Phelan and Iba National Coach of the Year Finalist
 • 2007 Phelan National Coach of the Year Finalist
 • 2007 USBWA District 4 Coach of the Year
 • 2007 Basketball Times South Region Coach of the Year
 • 2006 C-USA Coach of the Year
 • 2004 NABC District 7 Coach of the Year
 • 1996 Naismith National Coach of the Year
 • 1996 The Sporting News National Coach of the Year
 • 1996 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year
 • 1995 Naismith National Coach of the Year Finalist
 • 1994 Naismith National Coach of the Year Finalist
 • 1994 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year
 • 1993 USBWA District I Coach of the Year
 • 1993 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year
 • 1992 Eastern Basketball Coach of the Year


Pros Coached

"... I've had the privilege of coaching some outstanding young men during my career. Many of them have found careers outside of basketball and I couldn't be prouder of every one of them. They used their basketball skills to help create careers, families and legacies for themselves. I derive great joy from staying in touch with my former players and sharing their successes with them.

Some of the players have been fortunate enough to play professionally, either overseas or in the NBA. When I look at the list below of the drafted NBA players I have coached, I think of all the hours of effort and dedication spent not just by the individual player, but also by my staff and their teammates in preparing these young men to fulfill their dreams. ..."
Coach John Calipari

 • Robert Dozier, 2009
 • Tyreke Evans, 2009 (Top 6 pick)
 • Joey Dorsey, 2008
 • Chris Douglas-Roberts, 2008
 • Derrick Rose, 2008 (Top 6 pick & No. 1 overall pick)
 • Rodney Carney, 2006
 • Shawne Williams, 2006
 • Antonio Burks, 2004
 • Earl Barron, 2003
 • Dajuan Wagner, 2002 (Top 6 pick)
 • Marcus Camby, 1997 (Top 6 pick)
 • Lou Roe, 1995



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 • Date Edition: 2009
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