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Zachary Weir

Keller High School, Keller, TX Contributor since 07/03/18

About Zachary Weir

Coach Weir is currently the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Keller High School in Keller, TX. He played college basketball at the D1, D2 and Juco levels before beginning his coaching career. He is currently heading into his 14th year of coaching. Coach Weir has helped coach multiple playoff teams, multiple 20-win season teams, all state players, all district players, players that have gone on to play D1, NAIA and Juco players. He is also the founder of Angle of Approach Basketball, a platform in which he uses his passion for basketball to help grow the game through teaching players and coaches. He spent the previous five years calling the offense, implementing the guard skill development and the strength and conditioning for South Grand Prairie HS in TX. Follow on Twitter @WEIRbasketball and on YouTube

 

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Basketball Play - Rutgers Scarlet Knights - Iverson Fist

Rutgers Scarlet Knights - Iverson Fist

Zachary Weir 11/16/2020

Rutgers puts the defense in a tough position with this side PnR set. This set is a great way to confuse a defense on who is tagging the roller. Great movement with consecutive multiple options. #Top25XsOs: Honorable Mention Teams | Teams 25-21 | Teams 20-16 | Teams 15-11 | Teams 10-6 | Teams 5-1 *New customers use discount code SAVE10 at purchase* See More

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Basketball Play - Michigan Wolverines - Pistol Post

Michigan Wolverines - Pistol Post

Zachary Weir 11/16/2020

Michigan uses this set, designed out of a Pistol Set, to force the defense into guarding quick multiple actions. Michigan forces the defense into giving up a post iso by utilizing the versatile skillset of Teske and a flare screen on the backside. #Top25XsOs: Honorable Mention Teams | Teams 25-21 | Teams 20-16 | Teams 15-11 | Teams 10-6 | Teams 5-1 *New customers use discount code SAVE10 at purchase* See More

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Basketball Play - Ohio State Buckeyes - PNP Swing Post

Ohio State Buckeyes - PNP Swing Post

Zachary Weir 11/14/2020

Ohio State used this simple set to get EJ Lidell a post iso touch. Lidell posted an excellent PPP of 1.096 on Post ups during the 19-20 season. This set is simple yet very effective if you have a player that is effective playing with his back to the basket. The counters and options, such as split cuts, are endless. #Top25XsOs: Honorable Mention Teams | Teams 25-21 | Teams 20-16 | Teams 15-11 | Teams 10-6 | Teams 5-1 *New customers use discount code SAVE10 at purchase* See More

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Basketball Play - UCLA Bruins - Iverson Wiper

UCLA Bruins - Iverson Wiper

Zachary Weir 11/12/2020

UCLA runs a nice quick hitting misdirection set to get one their best offensive players a shot. They use an Iverson cut by the point guard followed by a quick drive and a wiper screen by the big with Kyman coming back to the ball. Jake Kyman produced a 1.07 PPP which was the leader on his team in the 19-20 season, which put him in the 93% percentile overall according to Synergy. #Top25XsOs: Honorable Mention Teams | Teams 25-21 | Teams 20-16 | Teams 15-11 | Teams 10-6 | Teams 5-1 *New customers use discount code SAVE10 at purchase* See More

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Basketball Play - Florida State Seminoles - Drag Back SPNR

Florida State Seminoles - Drag Back SPNR

Zachary Weir 11/12/2020

Florida State runs a nice multiple action set into a SPNR. The multiple actions confuse the defense which results in a wide open look for Wyatt Wilkes, who produced a 1.364 PPP last season on spot up situations. #Top25XsOs: Honorable Mention Teams | Teams 25-21 | Teams 20-16 | Teams 15-11 | Teams 10-6 | Teams 5-1 *New customers use discount code SAVE10 at purchase* See More

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Basketball Play - Wheel Stagger Punch

Wheel Stagger Punch

Zachary Weir 02/27/2020

Wheel Stagger Punch is designed to use multiple actions that will cause multiple mismatch situations. Primary option being a double stagger screen to get a post up for a bigger guard. The guard posting will have the opportunity to score or facilitate out of the post. Great ATO set. See More

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