Yeah, it was good to get those 2 on 3 drills in.
It saved on paint from not doing the full break out and it made the 3 aware of what it is going to take to close out a game on a consistant basis being a man up...Plus, it gave the 2 an oppertunity to play in a man down situation in a variety of bunkers that were not always balanced.
Over all, a good drill that we can work into practice more often that has a lot of real game experience payout. Which equals productivity and moving forward.
And yes... I would like to see those videos as well...