Incorporating help defense within your closeout drills allows you to work on multiple things at once. Coach Muller shows a drill that incorporates help defense, closing out to the gaps within the first passing lane, and on-ball defense. After your players work on their footwork and proper closeout technique, they will progress and incorporate live game play.
This drill allows to instill baseline out of bounds situations. You can also adjust the drill to force the ball to the sideline, middle, or baseline. More Info & Videos! (August 19th, 2019)


Unforgettable Legends: Jerry West
Inolvidables Leyendas: Jerry West


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Born: May 28, 1938 (age 78 years), Chelyan, West Virginia, United States
Height: 1.88 m
Education: West Virginia University
Awards: Bill Russell NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Award
Spouse: Karen West (m. 1978), Martha Jane Kane (m. 1960–1976)
Position: Shooting guard, Point guard
Jerry West in Wikipedia

Jerry Alan West (born May 28, 1938, in Chelyan, West Virginia) is a retired American basketball player who played his entire professional career for the NBA's Los Angeles Lakers. West has also had a successful career as a coach and as an executive. He was enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1980, and his left-handed dribbling silhouette has long been used in the National Basketball Association's official logo.

West was a standout in high school and at college, attending West Virginia University and leading it to the 1959 NCAA championship game (of which he was named Most Valuable Player) before embarking on a 14-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers. He also played for, and co-captained with Oscar Robertson, the 1960 U.S. Olympic gold medal team in Rome.

His nicknames included "Mr. Clutch," for his skill and ability to make a shot in a clutch situation, and "Zeke from Cabin Creek," given to him by teammate Elgin Baylor, and one West was not particularly fond of. The latter name is somewhat of a misnomer, but not completely; Cabin Creek is the name of both a stream and a community near West's hometown of Chelyan. The community of Cabin Creek is on the opposite side of the stream from Chelyan as it enters the Kanawha River.

West's son, Jonnie, is currently a redshirted-freshman for the West Virginia Mountaineers basketball squad (2007 - 2008 season).

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Nombre completo: Jerome Alan West
Apodo(s): "Mr. Clutch", "Zeke from Cabin Creek", "The Logo"
Nacimiento: Chelyan, Virginia Occidental, 28 de mayo de 1938 (78 años)
Nacionalidad(es): Estadounidense
Altura: 1,88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Peso: 82 kg (180 lb)
Jerry West en Wikipedia

Jerome Alan "Jerry" West (nacido el 28 de mayo de 1938 en Chelyan, Virginia Occidental, Estados Unidos), conocido como Jerry West, es un antiguo jugador de baloncesto estadounidense que destacó en las décadas de los 1960 y 1970 en Los Angeles Lakers. Ha logrado grandes éxitos, además, como entrenador y como ejecutivo en la NBA.

West lideró a la Universidad de West Virginia al campeonato de la NCAA en 1959, siendo nombrado MVP de la final, antes de jugar durante 14 temporadas en los Lakers, ganando un campeonato de la NBA en 1972. Junto con Oscar Robertson ganó la medalla de oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de Roma de 1960.

El jugador apareció en el mejor quinteto de la NBA en diez temporadas, aunque nunca fue nombrado jugador más valioso. Fue incluido en el Salón de la Fama en 1980, y su silueta fue la elegida para dar forma al logotipo de la NBA.2

Sus apodos eran "Mr. Clutch", por su habilidad y destreza en los momentos finales de los partidos; "Zeke from Cabin Creek", dado por su compañero Elgin Baylor 3 ; y "The Logo" por ser su figura la que ilustra el logo de la NBA.

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