Practice Edits

5-on-3 Open

Oct 17, 2017No Comments

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

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4-on-4-on-4

Oct 09, 2017No Comments

Many plays you run usually only involve three or four players in the main action. To help develop the decisions and skills in these main

3-on-2 Pacer

3-on-2 Pacer Top

Sep 28, 20172 Comments

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

All-Access Practice

All-Access Practice: Practice 8-10-17

Sep 15, 2017No Comments

A full practice from the 2017-18 season. The practice took place during the All-Access Coaches Clinic and prior to a game vs. NCAA D1 Jacksonville.

3-on-2 Ball Screen

3-on-2 Ball Screen

Sep 06, 2017No Comments

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

All-Access Practice

All-Access Practice: Practice 8-9-17

Aug 24, 2017No Comments

A full practice from the 2017-18 season. The practice took place during the All-Access Coaches Clinic and prior to a game vs. NCAA D1 Jacksonville.

Offensive Rebound

Self Toss Offensive Rebound to Competitive

Aug 15, 2017No Comments

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

Offensive Rebound

Self-Toss 1-on-1 Offensive Rebounding

Aug 15, 20171 Comment

The Self-Toss Offensive Rebounding drill can be done 1-on-1 or progressed into a more competitive live small-sided game. The drill develops your offensive rebounding system

2nd Cut

Building the Second Cut Concept

Jul 20, 2017No Comments

This video provides an example of how to add the second cut concept to a 3-on-1 Reaction Drill. This builds on the 3-on-1 Reaction Drill

2-on-1 Advantage Shooting

2-on-1 Shooting

Jul 12, 2017No Comments

Most effective offense vs. effective defense comes down to a 2-on-1 advantage in the half-court. To develop our players concept of attacking and defending a