5100 Spanish Dr. Las Vegas, NV
Asking Price: $6,499,000
WELCOME TO THE GOOD LIFE Best views in town! Panoramic Las Vegas City & Strip Vistas from this 14.306 square foot estate with ten plus car garage. This commercially built estate features the highest quality amenities. Formerly owned by Nicolas Cage. YOUR NEW LIFE Some of the features and amenities include: 7 Bedroom Suites, 11 Baths, Commercial Elevator, 10 plus car garage, Office, 3 Laundry Rooms, Gourmands Kitchen has it all, large waterfall in entry, formal Living room with wet bar and fireplace, Family Room with fireplace and Theater with twelve reclining chairs. The basement level features separate staff quarters with a living room with kitchenette and bedroom with full bath. The Game room area features a kitchenette and bath with shower and Sauna. Pool, Spa and Barbecue grace the backyard with all highlighted with the Las Vegas Strip Vistas! ONLY THE BEST Wake up in the morning to the sunrise vistas from the luxurious Master Suite with approximately three thousand square feet. You can enjoy the night time views as the City and Las Vegas strip lights up the night. The master suite features a fireplace, kitchenette, his and her bath areas with a dream of a closet, steam shower and sauna. The Commercial elevator services all levels. Your new garage with epoxy flooring will hold over ten cars plus features a backup generator room. Contractors have stated it would cost you over ten million to duplicate this estate. YOUR NEW HOME The only thing missing is You. This beautiful estate is located in the prestigious and posh guard gated community of Spanish Hills which features a community park and tennis courts. Home to many millionaires and billionaires with close access to the strip, airport, freeways and shopping. Close to new Raiders Stadium! This estate can not be duplicated at this price.
Listed by Susie Perrine
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0 43 hours ago
Many times during a match, as a digger you have to dig hard hit spikes by chasing a ball, taking several steps to get to a ball that was hit several feet from where you are positioned in defense. .
I’ve mentioned this before and I will continue to say it because its the one thing that can make a huge difference in covering more court area in defense….
I teach players that you can get to any ball that's on the court by taking 3 no more than 4 large fast steps to chase down a ball in defense.
How do you dig a volleyball that's about to land two or three feet away from you?
We practice 2-3 ways of doing this ..
For the balls hit or tipped close to you in defense we use the extension and pop up to drop our hips fast to beat the ball to the floor. .
This requires a digger to take one or two steps to get closer to the ball before digging it.
Usually players will use a sprawl or the extension technique seen in the video so if they need to hit the ground afterwards because they are off balance after digging the ball, then they can do so and quickly get back up unhurt and continue playing. .
We do this movement at the beginning of each practice in warmups so before we touch a ball, we’ve hit the floor in several different patterned court movements that review every possible way we could hit the floor in a match. .
Great job Kate, Kiersten, Katelyn and Mia! 🤩🤩🤩🤩
In the article “10 Defense Volleyball Questions On Making Digs and Defending Better” I answer 10 questions explaining how to dig better, where to be in defense, what to watch when the other team is hitting, what your body should do when digging a ball and more. .click the link in my bio!
Leave a comment if you have any defense or digging questions.