Fred Hoiberg Open Practice Series

Fred Hoiberg Open Practice Series

Fred Hoiberg Open Practice

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With Fred Hoiberg, Iowa State University Head Coach;
2014 Big 12 Tournament Champions; 2012 Big 12 Co-Head Coach of the Year;
10-year NBA veteran and former executive with the Minnesota Timberwolves

Open Practice: Skill Development and Practice Drills

Fred Hoiberg provides access to live practices showing 16 drills you can use to improve your team’s fundamental skills. The practice footage includes:

  • Team warm-up
  • Five post breakdown drills
  • Six guard breakdown drills
  • One rebounding drill
  • Two shooting drills
  • One passing drill
  • One transition build up drill

Coach Hoiberg works to build his players offensive skills, defensive skills and court awareness through these drills. He uses post player and guard break out sessions for players to build their individual offensive moves. He has his guards and posts go through a variety of shooting drills to get shots up within Iowa State’s offense. Spacing and court awareness is stressed in each offensive drill. Pick and roll defense and contesting shots and rebounding is worked on two player drill situations.

Team drills include the Three Man Weave, Speed Shooting, 4:15 Shooting, 3-on-3 Rebounding vs Pads and a Transition Build Up drill. Coach Hoiberg constantly stresses spacing and being shot ready throughout all of these drills, which has helped Iowa State become one of the highest scoring and best three point shooting teams in the nation.

Iowa State’s team warm-up is also included, showing a unique look at how players are given a variety of slow and fast tempo drills to get them ready for high energy practices.

This is a great DVD for any coach looking to build their players individual and team skills.

62 minutes. 2014.

Open Practice: Offensive System

with Fred Hoiberg, Iowa State University Head Coach;
2014 Big 12 Tournament Champions; 2012 Big 12 Co-Head Coach of the Year;
10-year NBA veteran and former executive with the Minnesota Timberwolves

Fred Hoiberg provides an extensive look into the Iowa State transition offense system. Coach Hoiberg uses mid season practice sessions to guide you through a simple primary break and secondary actions by taking you through step by step details on the whiteboard. Key points include an emphasis on spacing, opening lanes for play makers and being in position to force the defense to make decisions. You can see the primary break and secondary actions drilled on court in 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 situations.

Coach Hoiberg starts out by drawing up his primary break showing the spots on the floor wings and posts need to fill to create good spacing. He explains how big men create space by running the floor and how players should react to middle and baseline drives.

Next, Hoiberg shows three secondary actions involving drag screens, a double stagger screen and pin down screen. He includes two quick hitters that take advantage of aggressive defenses to get good looks at the rim.

Hoiberg goes over a late game situation inbounds play to get your best shooter and three point shot or an easy lay-up from your post player. On court he has his players work through a situation in which they are leading and runs plays to get good looks at the basket.

Finally, Hoiberg goes over two out of bounds plays and talks about his philosophy on how his season practice plan by segmenting the season into three segments and how each segment is used. Offensive personnel is also discussed and how he tailors his offense to the players he has.

With Fred Hoiberg’s transition offense, your teams will be able to run a well spaced, disciplined fast break that leaves defenses out of position and always one step behind the offense.

2014.

Open Practice: Defensive Strategies & Drills

with Fred Hoiberg, Iowa State University Head Coach;
2014 Big 12 Tournament Champions; 2012 Big 12 Co-Head Coach of the Year;
10-year NBA veteran and former executive with the Minnesota Timberwolves

Fred Hoiberg runs his team through five live practices as they prepare for their next game and focus on defensive concepts. Watch as Coach Hoiberg explains how he prepares his team defensively and walks them through Iowa State’s next opponent’s offense on court.

Next he explains his philosophy on transition defense which includes who is sent to rebound offensively, who gets back on defense and how he builds a wall to take away key scoring areas on the floor. Coach Hoiberg draws up several drills on the whiteboard and demonstrates the Line Transition drill on court.

Coach Hoiberg explains how he uses 3-on-3 drills to work on defensive skills to guard ball screens and dribble hand offs. Each drill focuses on important details like hand position, staying active and communication. Drills are diagramed and shown on court.

Coach Hoiberg’s method for defending the post with undersized players is explained. He talks about key points to force post players into turnovers by using high, active hands and taking away baseline moves to force post moves to the middle of the floor.

Coach Hoiberg’s unique NBA style of defending ball screens to keep them on one side of the floor using weak side help and rotation. Different calls are used to communicate how the defense is play the screens. Two drills are shown on court to drill defending ball screens.

Finally, everything is put together in Hoiberg’s Down-Back-Stop drill. The drill is a full court game simulation between two teams in which players start with the ball on one end of the floor and play the offensive possession, transition down to the other end on defense, come back on offense and stop. Between each Down-Back-Stop players huddle with a coach to discuss what the previous repetition and what will be emphasized in the next rep.

This video will help the undersized team prepare for opponents, learn to defend the ball, defend screens, create turnovers in the post and stop teams in transition.

77 minutes. 2014.

Open Practice: Off Season Shooting and Conditioning Workout

with Fred Hoiberg, Iowa State University Head Coach;
2014 Big 12 Tournament Champions; 2012 Big 12 Co-Head Coach of the Year;
10-year NBA veteran and former executive with the Minnesota Timberwolves

Take the opportunity to watch Fred Hoiberg put his players through an off season shooting workout, preparing the team for the 2013-14 Big 12 season. Coach Hoiberg learned these drills from some the NBA’s all time best shooters – Larry Bird, Chris Mullin, Reggie Miller and others. Hoiberg used these drills to develop into the leading 3-point percentage shooter in the NBA in 2005 and now uses them as a coach.

First, Coach Hoiberg gets his shooter warmed up with a drill emphasizing footwork, balance and finishing every shot. The workout continues through 10 more shooting drills that have conditioning elements, game like shooting for many game situations like coming off screens, transition shooting, finishing at the rim and shooting off the catch.

After each drill, Coach Hoiberg has his shooter complete a round of threes. During the round of threes, players must make two threes from five spots (corner, wing, top, wing, corner) and come back around making one three at each spot. After the round of threes, players must make five free throws to continue to the next drill.

Coach Hoiberg’s is a firm believer that players are made better in the off season. With enough time and effort, these drills will create the muscle memory and mental toughness to become the best shooter one can be.

52 minutes. 2014.

Fred Hoiberg Open Practice Series

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