Roy Williams: Breakdown Basketball Drills for Individual and Team Defense

Roy Williams: Breakdown Drills
for Individual and Team Defense

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with Roy Williams,
University of North Carolina Head Coach;
Distinguished member of the
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2007);
2x National Championship Coach (2009, 2005),
2011 ACC Coach of the Year,
11x NCAA Tournament appearances,
7 Final Four appearances; 2x AP Coach of the Year

Guarding the ball is one of the most difficult tasks in the game of basketball. From traditional defensive drills to new concept drills, two-time NCAA national champion Roy Williams guides you through defensive details that he has picked up through his years of coaching experience.

He shares the Tar Heels' most effective individual and team drills that will help you build a championship caliber program. Together, the drills build the UNC "22" half court defense. The objectives of the defense are to steal the ball, force a bad shot, or take the opponent out of their offense.


Playing intense defense has won Coach Williams two national championships. Whether you are a long time coach looking for a new drill or concept, or a beginning coach that's just starting out, this DVD will help improve your team's defensive pressure.

Produced at the Spring 2015 Myrtle Beach (SC) clinic.

75 minutes ~ July 2015.

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