Basketball Skills and Drills Vol. 1

Features Includes:
  • Self-paced with Life Time Access
  • Certificate on Completion
  • Access on Android and iOS App

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  • 2 Students Enrolled


Learn and practice with Coach Cliff Ellis, one of the top basketball coaches in the history of the game. Packed with numerous skills and drills and coaching tips, this program is one of the most comprehensive basketball instructional videos available. Among the topics covered in Vol. 1 are: Stretching, Ball Handing Drills, Layup Drills, Spins and Turns Drill, Passing Drills, Perimeter Shooting and Big Man Drills. This program is an invaluable resource to help you become a better player or coach. Make sure to also check out Vol. 2.

Few coaches in basketball history have been able to reach the level of success that Cliff Ellis has achieved over his 44+ year coaching career. He is currently the head basketball coach at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina. Going into the 2016-2017 season, On January 14, 2017, Ellis became one of the few 800-game winners in collegiate basketball with the Chanticleers 85-73 win over Appalachian State. Cliff Ellis is the only coach in NCAA Division I history to tally 150-plus wins at four institutions (South Alabama, Clemson, Auburn and Coastal Carolina). He was national coach of the year in 1999 when Auburn won the Southeastern Conference (SEC) title.

Who this course is for:

  • The course would be beneficial to high school and college level basketball coaches or players

Basic knowledge
  • The student should already be familiar with some fundamental skills and concepts in basketball

What will you learn
  • The students will learn a wide variety of basketball offensive and defensive concepts, drills and coaching tips. They will see how one of the top coaches in the country conducts his practice
Course Curriculum
Number of Lectures: 8 Total Duration: 01:14:47
Carys Cleaton – January 12, 2021

Great course, plenty of information and drills. Great explanations of each element, very clear. Beneficial as a coach for new ideas and the importance of the drills. Potential improvement: To make the listening and understanding slightly easier, notes during the video might be useful, rather than having to listen and catch every word.