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Basketball Play - 4 Out 1 In Motion Offense

4 Out 1 In Motion Offense

Hunter Lochmann 04/18/2018

This 4 out, 1 in motion style offense is not a patterned or continuity style offense, but rather a set of rules designed to give players the ability to read and react to the defense. This offense is easy to learn yet hard to perfect. It's also very hard to scout and prepare for once fully implemented, due to its read and react nature. It is best used by teams that are guard heavy, but can be adjusted to fit any type of lineup. Jr. Wizards Coaches Manual See More

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Basketball Play - Loyola-Chicago - Doubling the Post

Loyola-Chicago - Doubling the Post

Matt Wheeler 03/31/2018

Loyola-Chicago doesn't have great size in the post especially when their starting 6'9" center Cameron Krutwig goes to the bench. So they will double team when teams try to post them up. They will usually bring the extra defender from one of three areas: from the top, from the baseline and from the closest perimeter player. Skilled teams can make you pay for putting an extra player on the ball. Passing it out of the double team will put the defense in outnumbered situations. The Ramblers excel in rotating out of these situations to get matched up before the offense can make them pay. See More

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Basketball Play - March Madness Playbook

March Madness Playbook

FastModel Sports 04/05/2017

To send the Playbook to your FastDraw, click the "Send to FastDraw" button above. After you enter the email address you use in FastDraw, click FastTrade, at the top of FastDraw, and open your FastTrade Manager. Find the new message, put a checkmark next to it, and click "Add to Library." The PDF of the playbook is available by clicking here See More

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Basketball Play - Find Use Create - Advantage States

Find Use Create - Advantage States

Randy Sherman 03/03/2017

DISADVANTAGE The trap on the ball creates a disadvantage for the offense. Two defensive players are guarding one offensive player. AVOID disadvantage situations! NEUTRAL Defenders are matched up and neither the offense nor the defense is at an advantage. The opponent's defense in organized and the offense must find and/or create an advantage ADVANTAGE The offense has created a small advantage situation via the dribble penetration. The pass to 4 transfers the advantage giving 4 a "one second lead" and a big advantage An example of using the small advantage to find a big advantage Big Advantage - Dynamic 1v1 Now 4 has a dynamic 1v1 where they can shoot or attack the momentum of X4, but they must maintain the one second advantage See More

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Basketball Play - OHSBCA Clinic 2016

OHSBCA Clinic 2016

FastModel Sports 09/01/2016

To send the Playbook to your FastDraw, click the "Send to FastDraw" button above. After you enter the email address you use in FastDraw, click FastTrade, at the top of FastDraw, and open your FastTrade Manager. Find the new message, put a checkmark next to it, and click "Add to Library." The PDF of the playbook is available by clicking here. See More

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Basketball Play - Blind 1v1

Blind 1v1

John Leonzo 06/30/2016

One of the best ways to develop individual skill is to play 1v1 against players that are going to challenge you. That being said, rolling the ball out and playing mindless 1v1 is not the best option to achieve one's desired outcome. What I will advocate for in this article is to play multiple variations of 1v1 games in order to grow one's skill and challenge oneself in a unique way. For a PDF of all the games and drills shown in this article (as well as a bonus drill), please click here. See More

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Basketball Play - Split Post Reads

Split Post Reads

Justin Schueller 06/09/2016

Within the system that I have been evolving over time, I realized the importance to have strong post action but also to have variation in what occurs off the post catch. We teach this action in various levels from U12s in Country Victoria through to our Junior National teams. With this idea, we now teach two actions relative to where the ball is caught, which i term "post zone". the catch being In the post zone or out of the post zone. In all of our teaching we have a strong emphasis of if it is 1 v 1 its on you to score, if you see 2 you must pass the ball, this is the same for our post players and a reason for having multiple cutters off the weakside. Australian basketball has followed the late clock philosophy of Europe with late penetration, out of post play we like to finish with either on balls on the seem or middle on ball, depending what post zone the ball was caught in. See More

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Basketball Play - Drift and Lift Series

Drift and Lift Series

John Leonzo 06/02/2016

This is part of John Leonzo's Solo Summer Shooting Workout. I recommend making no fewer than 200 shots a day, 6 days a week. Be sure to remind your players that there is no magic in the drills, in the facility, or in the coach that is with them, the magic is in the work. Improvement has a knack for following consistent work ethic and persistence. See More

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