Former Texas Tech and Indiana University head coach, three time National Championship Coach, five final 4 appearances, four time National Coach of the Year, and 1984 US Men's Olympic Gold Coach Bob Knight explains why spacing is so important offensively, defensively, and in conversion. Knight shows how to implement these concepts into your program by using extensive marker board diagrams, live demonstration clips and game cut ups for you to study and show your team. Learn to create enough room on the offensive end of the court through 7 key concepts that help reinforce: Cut, screen, go after a rebound, drive to the basket, or get open for a shot. Learn how to get your best scorer open against a Box & 1 or using Knight's triangle alignment. See how Knight-coached teams used spacing to attack the 2-3 zone, 3-2 zone, and a 1-3-1 zone, the full court 2-2-1 press, the 1-2-1-1 press, as well as the 1-2-1-1 half court trap. Knight demonstrates and explains his defensive concepts and drills on court and provides game cut ups so you can see what these concepts look like in live situations. He delivers his strategies for using good defensive spacing, positioning, and conversion on defense to limit the space an offense needs to be effective. He covers conversions, playing ball side, playing help side, jumping to the basketball, help and recover, and post defense. From youth basketball to the pro level, good spacing is a requirement for reaching the championship level. 176 minutes + 68 minutes of bonus material (2 DVDs). 2010. DVD.