Larry Brown: Basketball Open Practice about Offensive and Defensive Skill Development

Larry Brown: Open Practice
Offensive and Defensive Skill Development

with Larry Brown, SMU Head Coach;
Distinguished member of the
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2002);
Only head coach to win both an NCAA Championship
(1988 as Head Coach at Kansas)
and an NBA Championship
(2004 as Head Coach at Detroit)!

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Legendary Hall of Fame Coach Larry Brown has been one of the most successful coaches for the past 50 years. That success has been based on his ability to develop his players.
Take a court-side seat and learn from Coach Brown as he takes his SMU squad through three live summer practices. Brown uses three 40-minute "tutorial" sessions to improve fundamentals, develop skill and explosiveness, and build awareness and execution within the SMU offensive and defensive framework.


Regarded as one of the best talent-developers in the profession – and with an unparalleled amount of success rebuilding teams to championship levels at both the collegiate and NBA levels – Coach Brown delivers a great skill development video that not only provides valuable drills but gives you coaching insights, as well.

120 minutes ~ September 2015 !

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Diagrams & Text by Coach Dr. James A. Gels

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