with Fred Hoiberg, Chicago Bulls NBA Head Coach;
former Iowa State University Head Coach; BacktoBack Big 12 Tournament Champions 201415;
2012 Big 12 CoHead Coach of the Year;
10year NBA veteran and former executive with the Minnesota Timberwolves;
In 2012, Coach Hoiberg engineered the biggest turnaround in Big 12 history 23 wins, including an opening round win over the defending national champion in the 2012 NCAA Tournament; In 2013 Iowa State lead the nation is 3Pointers Per Game
After a top 25 ranking and a better than expected third place finish in the Big 12 Conference, Iowa State caught the nation by surprise as an up and coming program in the 201112 season. In just his second year as head coach, Fred Hoiberg has resurrected his former alma matter by instilling a pressure defense mentality along with a quickstriking, transitionbased spread offensive attack. With an exciting, uptempo style, Hoibergs teams have ranked among the nations top50 in scoring in his first two seasons.
Coach Hoiberg invites you to the opening three days of practice prior to the 201112 season as the team prepares for an upcoming trip to Italy for a series of exhibition games. His focus in these practice sessions stays consistent with his core beliefs in developing a successful basketball team.
Coach Hoiberg has set a solid foundation at Iowa State. Through this All Access set you will get an inside look into why he has been successful, and you will receive a lot of tips on how to build that foundation for your team.
Coach Hoiberg opens the DVD set by installing a series of quickstrike plays aimed at distorting the defense early in an offensive possession. The Post Set Series and 50 Series are implemented in a walkthrough fashion. Drills stressing defensive closeouts, jumping to the ball, and defending the wing picknroll both towards the corner and middle are run in succession as the coaches reinforce technique and positioning. Team defensive drills emphasizing the rotational patterns on the middle drive and baseline drive are also executed, as Hoiberg spends much of the practice heavily reinforcing good defensive habits.
In disc 2 the Iowa State team spends more time developing essential offensive concepts. Their shooting program breaks the post players and guards up which allows the coaches to focus on the appropriate shot for their positions. The guards work some highly skilled moves including the slide shot during their workout. The Cyclones run a dummy offense in a 5v0 setting in order to review several of the quick strike offensive plays that he brought over from his time in the NBA. The practice ends with a live 5v5 scrimmage where Hoiberg keeps a watchful eye on play execution and all of the defensive axioms worked on throughout the day.
The disc continues with the opening o