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I started thinking about this offense this summer and really like the options and flow it has. I have run dribble drive in the past. Our program currently uses the Read & React so I took the spacing, Layer 1 and added some ball screen options and a little confusion for the defense.
The offense gives you the spacing to attack the basket, while incorporating ball screens that force your opponents to find the best way to defend the ball screen. I've attached a breakdown drill we will use and will post more later.
If this offense is something you think might help your team, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Coach will tell you the importance of winning 50/50 balls. Most of us spend some time on rebounding technique but when it comes to loose balls we just expect our players to just "want it more than they do." While effort is a major part, this drill allows you to teach how to get more of those balls.
These are other options that you can use in this Early Offense set. Pt 1 is what Coach John Brady uses at Arkansas State University. These are different options to give you a better chance to score.
Here are two drills from my friend Alan Stein (@AlanStein www.strongerteam.com) that make conditioning fun and productive. Check out the blog "Who Said Conditioning Can't Be Fun." at 3fromthecorner.com
If you're like me Shell drill is a staple of your daily defensive preparation. The thing I hated was when working on defending baseline you had to tell the on ball defender to let his man beat him. Well not anymore. Use this drill to work on baseline penetration without letting him beat one the ball defender.
Part of Daily Defensive DNA. Drill can be 4 on 4 or 5/5.
It is a live drill. Anytime a player isnt (1) in proper stance (2) in proper position or (3) not communicating they are removed from the drill.
This teaches the importance of each possession.
Option 1: Keep teams and score for a period of time. Losing teams have "parting gifts" for not winning.
Option 2: Remove player and perform a " You don't get to play defense" activity the remainder of the possession. (treadmill, bleachers)