Offensive Development

Loop Quick

Mar 15, 2015
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Chris Oliver

Loop Quick is an offensive series that creates a flow into a high spread ball screen action. There are a number of reads and counters that create additional scoring opportunities. https://s3.amazonaws.com/basketballimmersion/Windsor+Compilations/Loop+Quick.mp4

BOB Guard Pop

Mar 15, 2015
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Chris Oliver

Guard Pop is a baseline out of bounds play that enters the ball to a guard popping out to the ball side corner. This action leads to a ball screen and a series of reads by the offense including a high-low opportunity. https://s3.amazonaws.com/basketballimmersion/Windsor+Compilations/BOB+Guard+Pop+and+High-Low+Teaching+Points.mp4

Loop Quick Wing Backdoor Counter

Mar 15, 2015
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Chris Oliver

The Backdoor Counter is a play that can be a set call or a counter read off of the Loop Quick series. The post player with the ball runs a two-player game back towards the player who passed the ball to them from the ball side wing. https://s3.amazonaws.com/basketballimmersion/Windsor+Compilations/Backdoor+off+Wing+Quick+Set+Play.mp4

Angle Stagger

Mar 15, 2015
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Chris Oliver

The Angle Stagger Series is an offensive set with a number of scoring actions and counters. Angle Stagger base set that uses a staggered screen to create a wing entry opportunity. This leads to a crossscreen downscreen action and series of reads and counters. https://s3.amazonaws.com/basketballimmersion/Offense/Angle+Stagger.mp4

Angle Direct

Mar 15, 2015
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Chris Oliver

The Angle Stagger Series is an offensive set with a number of scoring actions and counters. Angle Direct is a counter to the Angle Stagger base set that can be a set play or a counter read to the defense taking away the stagger entry. In Angle Direct the point guard brings the ball directly to the ballside post after the

Angle Counter

Mar 15, 2015
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Chris Oliver

The Angle Stagger Series is an offensive set with a number of scoring actions and counters. Angle Counter is a counter to the Angle Stagger base set that can be a set play or a counter read to the defense taking away the stagger entry. https://s3.amazonaws.com/basketballimmersion/Windsor+Compilations/Angle+Counter.mp4

5-on-3 Open

5-on-3 Open is an example of how we run repetitions of our offensive sets vs. live or guided defenders to create decision-making possibilities. Instead of running offensive sets 5-on-0, we add at least one, but usually two to three defenders. This gives the advantage to the offense so we can focus on running the play correctly, while guaranteeing at least

3-on-2 Pacer

3-on-2 Pacer Top

This video demonstrates how we use a 3-on-2 advantage-disadvantage drill to break down our offensive sets.  Pacer Top (See full play diagram below) is a set play that uses a down screen on the weak side to distort the defensive coverage, and to create a possible secondary action if the high ball screen does not create a shot. Instead of

3-on-2 Ball Screen

3-on-2 Ball Screen

This 3-on-2 Ball Screen develops the ability of the player using the ball screen to apply skills and make decisions. Constraints can be added to shape the learning you want to happen. The basic concept is that the player with the ball must make a decision based on their defender, and one extra defender covering the screen or the weak

Offensive Rebound

Self Toss Offensive Rebound to Competitive

The Self-Toss 1-on-1 Offensive Rebounding can be quickly progressed into a small-sided game. The goal is to work on your offensive rebounding system. Our offensive rebounding system is explained here: Windsor Offensive Rebounding System The basic concept is to score at the rim or kick out for an open three-point shot. This offensive rebounding system blends effectively with the Second Cut Concept.