· November 8, 2020

Admin(Member)

Achievement

Share

Welcome to the Two Side Fast Break course, brought to you by Chris Oliver and Basketball Immersion. In this comprehensive program, we will delve into the fundamental aspects of the Two Side Fast Break, covering the what, how, and why behind this dynamic offensive strategy.

What is the Two Side Fast Break?

The Two Side Fast Break serves as a primary offensive system designed to maximize floor spacing during transition plays. Key spacing spots include the corners, the 45-degree angles, and either the trail spot in the middle of the floor or the dunker spot. This system can be executed regardless of whether the team gains possession from makes, misses, or turnovers.

How does it Work?

During transition, players strategically fill the spacing spots in either random or set formations, depending on the team’s philosophy and individual player skill sets. The Two Side Fast Break operates on a predominantly positionless concept, allowing for versatile and adaptive gameplay.

Why Utilize the Two Side Fast Break?

The Two Side Fast Break offers a structured spacing template for players during transition, promoting an early offensive attack through optimal ball movement and player positioning. By emphasizing the creation of double gap spacing, this strategy exploits defensive vulnerabilities before the opposing team can fully organize. Additionally, the system seamlessly transitions into secondary offensive actions, providing alternative scoring opportunities if the initial shot creation is unsuccessful.

Join us as we explore the intricacies of the Two Side Fast Break, empowering coaches and players alike to elevate their offensive capabilities and dominate the court with strategic precision.

The original blog post discussing the modern fast break is discussed here:

How to Run the Modern Basketball Two Side Fast Break

About Instructor

Admin

17 Courses

+2293 enrolled
Not Enrolled
$247/$147

Course Includes

  • 5 Lessons
  • 24 Topics
  • 1 Quiz
  • Course Certificate