3 Ways To Become UNGUARDABLE 

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🎉 It's Coach Drew's birthday! We're celebrating by kicking it back to three of his greatest moments at EGT Live, where he revealed some of his most powerful secrets for becoming an "unguardable" perimeter scorer. Wish Coach Drew a huge happy birthday in the comments below!
0:00 - Intro
0:09 - Simple Ways to Score More Points
12:37 - How To Build Your PERFECT Scoring “Package”
22:53 - 1 Drill For A SICK Hesi
26:45 - Crazy NBA Training Stories
33:10 - How to Find a Trainer?
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@bjornfischer9057 3 yıl önce
To all the young guys and girls out there. I played on a semi high level 25 years ago, this video is pure gold. Nobody back than was teaching that stuff. You had to figure it out for yourself. Listen, watch and practice. Don't take information like that for granted. Cheers
@TheSilentXYZ 3 yıl önce
Thanks, appreciate it
@isaiahfisher422 2 yıl önce
Seriously thanks I'm a highschooler and there is a lot of misinformation out there. Great to hear this will actually work.
@yungcabra4447 2 yıl önce
Björn Ironsides son of Ragnar lothbrok is this you
@bjornfischer9057 2 yıl önce
@@yungcabra4447 sorry, no
@Leo-st9ti 2 yıl önce
Barely anyone now teaches like this.
@aljointerino4122 3 yıl önce
Huge amounts of respect to this guy cause instead of going on nba he choose to teach people to be better
@pure2291 3 yıl önce
@mjiiv 3 yıl önce
yea fax..
@kenvisitacion6751 2 yıl önce
Just like coach mavs here in Philippines
@aljointerino4122 2 yıl önce
@@kenvisitacion6751 oo tol coach mavs na coach mavs
@kenvisitacion6751 2 yıl önce
@@aljointerino4122 magaling maglaro at magturo mamomotivate ka talaga
@mrhoopfan1 3 yıl önce
To all my younger players be mindful of holding the ball too long to make a decision. Alot of your offenses won't give you time to make some of these moves.
Thx I'm in the basketball team in HS for all y7-12 grade and me and my friend r the only y7 in the team and it's knockouts so we r Tryna learn all the best drills and teqniques
@xum0007 2 yıl önce
@@aleksandrakoteska5487 I’m in y7 (going to y8) and am considered a middle schooler
@FrogToadBug 2 yıl önce
Gotta build the muscle memory so you do the move without thinking
@jamesmundiz0611 Yıl önce
Playing as a team is much better than trying to do everything by yourself
@hakeemembiid207 Yıl önce
Like my Uncle Bruce Lee said " Don't think.....feeeeeeeeeel" .....nothing against the coach but a lot of what hes teaching comes with getting yo azz whooped in game and having an epiphany IMO
@dash2k8gmail 2 yıl önce
Excellent tip: "Get into him." A lot of fairweather players avoid contact, but the real key is to create contact. Great lesson, coach.
@jlobz_8128 2 yıl önce
facts bro, and if they try to cut you off by bumping you and you go into him its free throws
Defender here so big I have no space to move thOugh
@moxopal5681 8 aylar önce
That should be a fucking foul
@zanmartincic866 3 yıl önce
He really teaching these boys some good stuff. Nice Drew.
@EricMoldy 11 aylar önce
Coach, I know I'm late to the party with my comment, however, I just gotta tell you that your words at the end of the video are exactly what I personally needed to hear. But more importantly, I believe it's exactly what these young men need to learn and carry throughout their lives, especially coming out of the last few years we all endured. Thank you for doing you, coach.
@jdjr3889 2 yıl önce
This guy is a very very good coach! Excellent work really making these kids understand and encouraging them
@houston8379 2 yıl önce
This guy is so encouraging, like it feels like he cares deeply abt everyone's progression. really wish I would've had a coach like this when I tried to start playing organized in hs (my coach looved to play favorites). i loved watching the nba and i loved playing the sport, and i can handle the ball well, but god i was some str8 dogwater in-game cus the second i got the ball i would tense up and get scared. but now i dont worry as much if i mess up a play or 2. mistakes happen, contact is drawn, as long as youre learning from your mistakes, you will always progress.
@jeffsartori 3 yıl önce
Generally speaking the attack has advantage over defense when the ball is with the right guy. Just put to play together the best players for defense and attack...the later will prevail most of the time, either by scoring or getting a fault. Basketball is somewhat unfair with defenders (one on one) however as a team, defense can be as effective as what Lakers did with Miami game 6.
@jamesmundiz0611 Yıl önce
Thank u coach Drew I learned a lot of things ang realized the things that I am doing wrong tomorrow I'll surely practice everything that u have taught 1 move at a time unlit I reach my dreams
@lulsteph4859 3 yıl önce
I wish I was there, I usually watch these at night so I add them to a playlist and just practice these moves outside after school.
@nickc4697 2 yıl önce
Bro iii do the exact same its 9 pm and imma practice this after bball practice for school tmrw lmao
@jerryhart7536 2 yıl önce
fr tho lmao
@FutureNapoleon Yıl önce
Huh!? I'm doing that right now, shocking is- it's the first time I'm doing this and I'm surprised that others did this before me, I can't believe it lol.
@jamesmundiz0611 Yıl önce
I do the exact same thing ❤️
@MisterGoldCo Yıl önce
It's okay :) u did what very few people will do. That is self education and discipline 👌 :) Proud of you 👏
@hmantc712 3 yıl önce
i like this, not just showing the moves but also question your players are asking
@pppmemes 3 yıl önce
I wish every coach taught like that most of these coaches are failing kids
@muadabdi888 3 yıl önce
my coach calls me a disgrace to the world when I get on my heels defending.
@jazlan2540 3 yıl önce
Ikr it would be so much more helpful
@k-wakesb3833 3 yıl önce
I hear you bro
@davidmata1000 3 yıl önce
My coach’s teach like that
@Black6_Official 3 yıl önce
I wish i had a coach
Having information like this available online is insane for the youth of today. I played at a private school and everything we were taught was from a coach shadowing the fundamentals of Phil Jackson and his playbooks. While there is loads of quality to be taught from that. We only had what he taught. We could only figure out things on our own or in practice together or at the local park in pick up. Having videos like this capable of teaching you new fundamental level options and movesets to practice and add to your offense is insane.
@TheMysticPeak 2 aylar önce
Can you specify on what he taught you that were from Phil Jackson?
@samm4258 Yıl önce
that speech at the end was probably life changing for a few of those kids, great content coach
@br4nd0nll Yıl önce
Another tip in triple threat nobody thought about is that you should see how a defender is guarding you first before you establish a pivot foot.
The frustration and the passion for coaching. Great job
@singh20011 8 aylar önce
Great coach giving out his knowledge to new generation. This is called teaching. 🙏🙏🙏
If I could go back in time, I would never let anyone (mostly family and friends) talk me down. I used to say that I will end up in NBA. My father would laugh. My cousin played back in the day in Italy in a second league team, came to visit me and after we played he wanted me to go there and join the team. He said to the coaches there that i am really good and only 16 y.o. Eventually my mom, who first agreed to send me, declined. So I never went. Sucks.
@jaegereren8580 4 aylar önce
If you're still playing competitively listen to every single word. This is unreal that he's putting this out there for free
@t.o.pflight2638 3 yıl önce
Thank you for this video 🙏🏾 I’ve played against the top players in the country I’ve played in the highest level of college basketball and overseas and semi pro I haven’t made it to the NBA yet but it all starts with self belief and the people who really love and believe in you I was taught if you shortcut the game the game will shortcut you.
@kyoza1911 4 aylar önce
Help me a lot, D faul me by pushing me back when i drive, I had the option to drive right into his shoulder instead of outside hip, and this teach me to drive out and back in. Thanks coach.
@renostubbs8504 Yıl önce
Simply but extremely effective moves for all levels of the game
@kstephens816 Yıl önce
I would HIGHLY recommend taking the master class; I took it one day and at my next basketball game, I played better than I have ever played and got the winning shot
This coach is INSANE, he really teches you the simple little things that make you a whole new differnt player compred to others
@fourty2849 11 aylar önce
i love how deep you went into each move
@luannguyen8248 Yıl önce
for the first run through i think they need to land a hit to push the defender off to get some space then finish right after.
@Bennjammin 2 yıl önce
At 9min I always went for the fad away or turnaround like everyone else. Nobody got into the defender like that. Trying to learn new things as a beginner coach.
@sidneylutara9786 3 yıl önce
Great video, motivates me totaly to become a better player and even a trainer.
@karimbreton7283 2 yıl önce
I’m new to the basketball scene but this really helped and inspired me
@amroidris1000 3 yıl önce
I play 5v5 with seniors that are really competitive and good they know how to make plays I’m only a freshman and sometimes I get nervous because I don’t wanna mess up and I always get pressed and I turn it over can u do a video on how to handle tight pressure defense
@jb8785 3 yıl önce
They have a bunch of them
Keep the ball protected and use a quick crossover between the legs behind the back or hesi
U don't let the defenders energy dictate what u do. Even if someone is all over u, u calm down..turn to a post position..keep ur head up and look for the right pass then u keep moving without the ball. Do a fake pass before every pass with an aggressive defense
@jason3632 3 yıl önce
i’m the same i’m a freshman too and in games all the 6 5 seniors press me. you just have to practice going from 0-100 to 0 again. like when you get the inbound you start off slow, and then explode for a lil then slow again, or the opposite. i’m not nearly as athletic or fast, but if ur smart with it you’ll be able to beat them on a press. You really only need to beat the press once, then they’ll back up
@johnigasasira9866 3 yıl önce
Work on change on speed/ direction
@kinderkiwi2613 Yıl önce
Man I wish had a coach like this. All coaches I had it was obvious they didn't even like their job. They didn't teach us anything and then got mad at us when we lost a match against other schools. I ended up not liking basketball and eventually stopped playing for a very long time. Now I feel like I can't get back into playing as I feel that I'm very very bad to the point that I'm not even having fun when I play. My shooting and dribbling is awful and don't think I can do it anymore. You are a great coach and the way you do your job is amazing because your students are learning and improving a lot because of you, you motivate them to keep going and to discover their true potential, continue doing your thing.
I loved the way that coach explains
@joshuadooley181 3 yıl önce
Nice vid. Basic triple threat. It is definitely effective if you have a solid jumper. A defender with quick hands can steal the ball the way it’s being held though. And a long defender with some decent lateral quickness can still disrupt the shot. I really liked the video though. Thanks.
@douglaslee5775 2 yıl önce
Thank you Drew! I wish you were on youtube 25 years ago, I learn so much from you. Wish I knew this when I was younger.
@PROSPERdaily 2 yıl önce
Was youtube even a thing 25 years ago? Lmao
@ThePrimePanther 6 gün önce
@@PROSPERdailytherefore he wasn’t on TRvid 25 years ago
@i_ate_ur_kid8877 2 yıl önce
Thank you man, this makes me so much more powerful
@javierdelgado1554 3 yıl önce
That's a lot to take in in one day imo.. I've never played organized ball in my life and never thought it was that complicated lol.
@Leon-xp2zb 3 yıl önce
well your aim is to win every time so every little detail actually matters a lot. like a LOT. one single thing leads to another and that first step you take is what determines the rest. NBA players has been emphasizing the attention to detail for a long time yet some kids just wanna be curry and chuck every three pointer smh.
@MrMakemusicmike 2 yıl önce
Referees make it harder too.
@RR-bd4jp 2 yıl önce
The kids sometimes look confused. It's good stuff, though I thought it was too much.
@GoodKong.BadKong 4 aylar önce
As a street baller (or former street baller) I always thought organized basketball was a little weird. So much emphasis on natural, common sense, stuff. Then again, there are hardly any fouls in street ball I'd probably foul out real quick in an organized game. Amazing how much referees impact the game.
yeah, I really have learned a lot... my last game was a mess but I hope this video gonna help me and make me excel.
@coolken3459 3 yıl önce
Just wow 💪 very helpful coach ❤️
@RealWiseIce 10 aylar önce
What would you recommend me doing if i practice super well but when it’s game time I am so hesitant to shoot make simple mistakes that I would not make in a practice.
@tonyincretolli849 2 yıl önce
Excellent explanation! Great video. Thanks
@vohesrivers4061 3 yıl önce
watched the whole thing , watching him make me wanna take basketball serious
@flashrandom Yıl önce
If I had a trainer like this one, I would have made 60 points every game of my life
@TJRDoss Yıl önce
Pure gold brother... kids, you pick even 40% of the stuff from this video, you go a long way.
@rv.valenzuela Yıl önce
This helps me a lot even tho i''m not with them in the training, i still get the point.
Ain't no way I'm playin high level tourneys in my age, but still up to up my game. Great content 🍻
@Spectre-xj7lx Yıl önce
this gives the same vibes as when i was in basketball clubs. i really miss it. hoping to see my coach soon tho
“If you’re the best defender here, you gotta play defense”, I’m dead 💀💀💀
@tyronejohnson7354 2 yıl önce
I want to learn more point guard skills from drew
@tonystevens4883 2 yıl önce
Great coaching. Looking back now I'm 40, I realise that I just turned up and practiced without any real coaching..
@omnifox1984 2 yıl önce
Good tips my basketball season starts this week so this is gonna help
@MarvCritt79 3 yıl önce
That first series is perfect I've been trying to get son to stop going to short corner on drives
@anthonyblevins7770 3 yıl önce
Such a great coach great tips thats a sub for me all my questions were answered
@nbalearner37 3 yıl önce
You teach well. I like your style to teach us.
@musabahmed3341 Yıl önce
Wow that speech at the end was amazing. I didn't expect to watch this whole video when I clicked on it but damn he impressed me.
@thomaslowery6744 2 yıl önce
Coach, good stuff but if you jab with your right foot and duck-under with a cross step, isn't that traveling because you are changing your pivot. just asking. Great stuff, love it !!!!!
@aaronseattle1975 2 yıl önce
you provide content that I wish I had as a kid - but more importantly content that extremely helps the active thinker. Thanks Drew and team!
@nooshview430 9 aylar önce
I play point guard and this my 1st season. Thanks for the info
@WeAreSelfTaught 13 gün önce
wish i had a coach like this when i was 10 years old
@Iliveatdalewtrav 3 yıl önce
Good vid and tips I use these all the time people gonna know when I get to the NBA!
@Phizzy186 3 yıl önce
I hope I meet u there to
@wyattharbaugh4070 3 yıl önce
Chickenwithclawz • 9 years ago how tall are u?
@Phizzy186 3 yıl önce
Wyatt Harbaugh I’m 5’8 I’m 14 and my vertical is a 33
@damianlillard1125 3 yıl önce
Lol I’m 15 yrs and 6’5 ft with a 7ft wingspan
@Phizzy186 3 yıl önce
Damian Lillard lol my wingspan is 6 feet
@SaylessSuge Aylar önce
Ima learn these when I go to the park thx for these wish I would’ve know these as a teen
@willya1521 Yıl önce
anyone with at least some level of athleticism with a personal 1 on 1 coaching from this guy will definitely make it to the national team in most country.
@jakilancelot 3 yıl önce
Very useful Coach! Thank you...
@libi3144 2 yıl önce
this dude is very very good at coaching
He's a great coach.
@ArkoKundu 2 yıl önce
Imagine the next day he comes to practice and now everyone can get past him
@toshinya80 Yıl önce
i like when he teaches pretend to hit your friend .i was looking for that whole time it helps me to achieve another level of crossover
@StopllpotS 3 yıl önce
Kevin durant just watched these video to become an unstoppable scoring machine
@RTempestJ 3 yıl önce
@coolgamers7131 3 yıl önce
@babyshaq6455 3 yıl önce
@hindu2000 2 yıl önce
He is still unguardable🔥🔥
@rocconba 2 yıl önce
That do be true tho
@davondd 3 yıl önce
I do envy the kids of today, how talented they can become early on
@trevorburger3136 2 yıl önce
I’ve played 3 years and I’m Kylie lol
@davondd 2 yıl önce
Dick White true like always but the knowledge they have early on now is insane. I was a very hard working d1aa player but if I had that training early on in high school or middle school I wonder if I would’ve been that much better
@ChickenTone378 6 aylar önce
I watch this 12 times and I just realize that he’s actually MIXING these kids in these demonstrations.
@mamba7125 Yıl önce
Imagine having him as a coach🤩
@weblinksurfer 2 yıl önce
I can already tell you're such a great coach from this video. I can already see the players becoming future basketball stars! 🔥
Its great to see
@@deradevarajeshbeas2684 LMAO
@pc5890 Yıl önce
They’re white
@kencunningham6134 8 aylar önce
Good stuff. I’m actually probably the best defensive player that doesn’t get a lot of fouls.
@joejanisse3128 2 yıl önce
instant sub. when he said the words manipulating the defense i knew his goal was control.
@jasonwhat8946 2 yıl önce
Fact of the matter is DEFEnse is always at a disadvantage in basketball, more so now than ever, rules give the offense more leeway... But the point is, if you as a defender can dictate what you want done and what you give to the offensive player, then you have won the battle, reguardless if the player scores...defense is about making the other play take the toughest shot possible nowadays...
@dsvsukth7568 Yıl önce
I have a champion team but I feel like the coaches I had was as good as you goes. I love this game but you coaches I love more. Stay blessed. Hope you come ee our game, My boys and I myself is stund you sure this. God bless you family
i shared this to my team channel to emphasize playing with contact. im only coaching young kids just learning. they fear contact and shooting!
@user-ic2eq8qb8g 3 yıl önce
this is the BEST TRAINER i have ever watched.
@thawks20 Yıl önce
I wish I would of had you as a coach when I was growing up.
@trayce7387 2 yıl önce
im 13 and started taking basketball seriously about a year ago ago and i always have lazy defenders so i feel like it hard for me to practice moves or build my package because they dont care as much
@andremoren7822 3 yıl önce
One of the most helpful coach there is
@annegarcia4893 Yıl önce
Thank u for this.. I'm 42,(God grace) every time I watched/learned this it trimbled my flesh and makes my blood boil.. Yess hoop time.. God bless you all
@user-bj7tn7dq2e 2 aylar önce
Man sometimes i struggle with the decision of : what drible i use, should i pass or shoot, these decisions in the game
If they were doing right-handed layups, they'd be making more of those ....nice job coach
he probs making them do left handed layups to practice them
@deanhaislip4263 3 aylar önce
This video is just perfect I mean pure gold thanks man
@animefan7494 4 aylar önce
Bro thx so much I feel like I could do so much better in a game now😁
He talks about the fade which gives you that option. But if can get the guy to commit and convince him you have as well. You can spin or make a move back the center of the key. They preach taking these shots and everyone making the same reads and shots. It depends on what else is happening in the play. Guys in the league have forgotten how to cut and make those reads off the ball. There’s more options than what he says here not to knock him. I like what tools h a giving them and he’s going into great detail. I just want younger guys to know you have more options than that and the game is a lot more wide open than what’s currently being played. The shooting haze become more wide open and green lights for most players now but the style has made the rest of the game stagnant. Combine the new era skill sets and add body and ball movement.
ive been searching for drive techniques but i didn't expect i will learn it all here
@ti84satact12 2 yıl önce
Wow! Almost all of them were going much stronger to the rim!
@shahid8545 3 yıl önce
When they were working on the 1 on 1s they should have used harder jabs and manipulate there first step. The only thing missing is hard jabs.
@willspinks4738 3 yıl önce
This makes me better at playing the game by just watching this
@daemonrider2199 9 aylar önce
Youngsters listen very carefully about what he's saying... And remember nobody's Kobe or Jordan pass the ball if you need to. Be that as a may, this video is pure gold 🪙 .
@user-ge2lq1vr8u 20 gün önce
Nice tricks! Im on a aau basketball team and it really works!
@marcobeid8070 3 yıl önce
Thank you so much I watched a 1000 videos like these that didn’t help but this one helped a lot, and btw do u have some tricks against a way taller deffender than you cause my friend is 30cm taller than me and is demolishing me on deffense, what tip can u give me?
@blastoice9281 2 yıl önce
Can't sweat how OP the one dribble to a hopstep is
Notes: Part 1: Simple Ways to Score More Points - Timestamps: 0:55 -> Duck under 1:06 -> Triple Threat then Load Step 1:20 -> Load Step then Stepback 2:02 -> Outward dribble then finish 2:19-3:36 -> Different moves out the triple threat 4:18 -> Power Dribble creates separation 4:39 -> Cross step change direction 5:05-5:30 -> Change direction if defense slides and u don’t have an angle or if you get bodied 5:45 -> One way to change directions if you get bodied 5:55 -> Have angle then get bodied 6:01-6:47 -> Completely cutoff counter 6:54 -> foul or change direction 11:30 -> Get there hand out the way, u can initiate a foul or duck under 11:53 -> On second dribble either try to get in front of defender or bump defender if their riding ur hip
@Jayden-ss2ip Yıl önce
this needs to be pinned this is actually so useful
@pucci2k915 5 aylar önce
Waa merci mon gars
@michi5850 Yıl önce
I will watch this a few times to be unstoppable at basketball lmao
@maxi0361 6 aylar önce
good stuff. thanks coach.
@newjerzykid7049 2 yıl önce
I actually do # 2 it works all the time
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