Complete with a 61-minute bonus section from NBA All-Star Jermaine O'Neal of the Indiana Pacers and WNBA All-Star Tamika Catchings of the Indiana Fever, Better Post Play is the most detailed and comprehensive collection of post techniques ever assembled. In his section alone, Jermaine gives an absolute clinic on playing in the post, going as far as describing his off-season training secrets, how he dominates on the defensive end and the boards, and much more.
Complete with bonus sections from Finals MVP Chauncey Billups of the Detroit Pistons, Hall-of-Famer Rick Barry, and WNBA superstar Sue Bird, Better 1-on-1 Offense contains nearly four hours of techniques designed to maximize your perimeter scoring potential. Chauncey describes how he's improved every year he has been in the league, how he reads and reacts to defenders, his off-season training regimen, and so much more. You will not find a more detailed player development video on the market.
Better Shooting will build a player’s entire shot, from footwork to the finishing stroke. This is the only instructional video released by JJ Redick, the best shooter in college basketball history. Learn JJ’s shooting secrets in his 47-minute bonus section. Plus, he demonstrates throughout the DVD, along with many others. The lead instructor is Rick Torbett. Toward the end of his 25 years in coaching, Torbett’s teams shot over 40% from the 3 in 3 consecutive seasons (a feat never accomplished by an American pro team), proving his techniques will work for all players in real games! Better Basketball’s original shooting video remains the ONLY basketball enhancement product ever endorsed by SLAM, the world’s largest basketball magazine. This version is even better!
Better Ball Handling is the most comprehensive dribbling video around, detailing every aspect of dribbling, whether it's basic game dribbling, moves made on a straight line, moves made with a direction change, or those advanced moves that are almost unstoppable. This video even includes entire chapters devoted to game hints and training, as well as 115 dribbling drills demonstrated by 12-year-old dribbling phenom Andy Garcia.