Vance Walberg – Mastering the Dribble Drive Attack Offense

Vance Walberg – Mastering the Dribble Drive Attack Offense

Dribble Drive Offense

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with Vance Walberg,
University of Massachusetts Assistant Coach;
Creator of the Innovative Dribble Drive Attack Offense,
2005 California JC Undefeated State Champions

Vance Walberg’s Dribble Drive offense has taken the basketball world by storm. An idea 10 years ago, this system has evolved into an offensive attack adopted by John Calipari, Larry Brown, Lawrence Frank and hundreds of coaches of all levels all over the world. Based on a unique two point guard (attackers) set, this attack is complemented by two wings and a rim-running post player. The offense features two unconventional ideas: there are no screens and the post player runs to the weak side of the floor. Both features create more space for dribble penetration. Walberg breaks down each player’s movement on the floor according to ball penetration. As players react to penetration they move into drag, drop and rack zones. The goal is to create spacing and gaps and to get to the rack. Walberg also teaches middle and baseline penetration and the kick-back option that can produce open 3-point shots or open drives to the basket. In addition, Walberg goes through his “Daily 45 Drills,” which he runs the first 45 minutes of each practice. These fast moving drills teach the fundamentals needed to run the Dribble Drive Attack Offense – including his famous “Blood Drills.” These drills focus on shooting, passing, footwork, cutting, catching and pivoting. Walberg demonstrates every part of the Dribble Drive Attack in various 3-on-2, 2-on-1 full court breakdown drills. Throughout, he highlights the key drills and teaching points he uses to build the offense.¬†Sports Illustrated¬†calls Vance Walberg “the Master” of the Dribble Drive Offense and one of the top innovators in the game of basketball today. Now you can learn this fun and high scoring way to play from the inventor himself!

2 DVDs – 256 minutes. 2008.

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