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 1 
 on: Jan 31, 2019, 09:07:17 AM 
Started by HBC Brian Denver - Last post by ESB Daniel Ferrero
Princeton Basketball Offense
3 Training videos with Lee DeForest


Basketball Training Videos Princeton Basketball Offense by Lee DeForest

with Lee DeForest,
West Jessamine (KY) High School Assistant Coach;
KY Grind AAU Travel Team Head Coach;
former Christian County (KY)
High School Assistant Coach;
2011 State Champions;
former Garrard County (KY) High School Head Coach!

Lee Deforest is a brilliant tactician that has coached the Princeton offense at every level, from high school to Division 1.

Coach Deforest breaks the Princeton concepts into reads and counters. He defines reads as being player-controlled and counters as being coach-controlled. Utilizing this conceptualization, DeForest provides detailed diagrams on a whiteboard and then illustrates these concepts on the court with his team in a 5 on 0 setting. You'll get detailed breakdowns of reads within the offense, counters to defensive strategies, set plays to help you score quickly, and more.

From today's sets including Horns, Spread Offense and Sixers, to old school Princeton sets such as Chin, Circle and Point, you'll learn something new that is easy to teach and easy for your players to pick up. Coach DeForest offers a variety of concepts that any coach can utilize to fit the Princeton offense to their personnel and system.



Princeton Offense 2.0: Reads, Counters, Set Plays - Lee DeForest - Clip 1


Coach DeForest goes beyond simply expanding upon these primary sets to the Princeton offense. He includes six additional plays that will help you enter into the offense, provide scoring looks unique from other options in the Princeton offense, and score through a secondary break in transition. Horns and Sixers are entry plays taken straight from the NBA that can provide some quick hitting options before flowing into the Point series. Lumberjack alters the screening and cutting action of the Chin series before transitioning into an isolated two-man game off the elbow that can allow your players to operate with space.

Coach DeForest's mastery of using diagrams and on-court demonstrators make this training video the perfect set for any coach that is looking to install the Princeton offense. From the basic alignment to today's hottest NBA Entries, this is a must-have for your collection.



Princeton Offense 2.0: Reads, Counters, Set Plays - Lee DeForest - Clip 2



As a coach I have worked at the Division I, NCAA D2, Junior College levels, as well as a head coach at the high school level for 7 years at 4 different high schools. I had an overall winning record as a head coach, and we won a state championship when I was an assistant coach. My passion for basketball started with my father who was a head high school coach for many years after playing DI basketball for the HOFer McBrayer at EKU. My love for the game carried me to play NAIA and JUCO basketball before getting into basketball coaching as the head manager at EKU under Oklahoma State's Travis Ford. Currently, I own and operate BasketballInsight.com as well as serve as an assistant high school coach. Picture from Championship Productions presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis


"... As a coach I have worked at the Division I, NCAA D2, Junior College levels, as well as a head coach at the high school level for 7 years at 4 different high schools. I had an overall winning record as a head coach, and we won a state championship when I was an assistant coach. My passion for basketball started with my father who was a head high school coach for many years after playing DI basketball for the HOFer McBrayer at EKU. My love for the game carried me to play NAIA and JUCO basketball before getting into basketball coaching as the head manager at EKU under Oklahoma State's Travis Ford. Currently, I own and operate BasketballInsight.com as well as serve as an assistant high school coach. ..."




Princeton Offense 2.0: Practice Warm-Up and Breakdown Drills - Lee DeForest - Clip 3


More info & videLee DeFores - Clip 1


Coach DeForest goes beyond simply expanding upon these primary sets to the Princeton offense. He includes six additional plays that will help you enter into the offense, provide scoring looks unique from other options in the Princeton offense, and score through a secondary break in transition. Horns and Sixers are entry plays taken straight from the NBA that can provide some quick hitting options before flowing into the Point series. Lumberjack alters the screening and cutting action of the Chin series before transitioning into an isolated two-man game off the elbow that can allow your players to operate with space.

Coach DeForest's mastery of using diagrams and on-court demonstrators make this training video the perfect set for any coach that is looking to install the Princeton offense. From the basic alignment to today's hottest NBA Entries, this is a must-have for your collection.



Princeton Offense 2.0: Reads, Counters, Set Plays - Lee DeForest - Clip 2



As a coach I have worked at the Division I, NCAA D2, Junior College levels, as well as a head coach at the high school level for 7 years at 4 different high schools. I had an overall winning record as a head coach, and we won a state championship when I was an assistant coach. My passion for basketball started with my father who was a head high school coach for many years after playing DI basketball for the HOFer McBrayer at EKU. My love for the game carried me to play NAIA and JUCO basketball before getting into basketball coaching as the head manager at EKU under Oklahoma State's Travis Ford. Currently, I own and operate BasketballInsight.com as well as serve as an assistant high school coach. Picture from Championship Productions presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis


"... As a coach I have worked at the Division I, NCAA D2, Junior College levels, as well as a head coach at the high school level for 7 years at 4 different high schools. I had an overall winning record as a head coach, and we won a state championship when I was an assistant coach. My passion for basketball started with my father who was a head high school coach for many years after playing DI basketball for the HOFer McBrayer at EKU. My love for the game carried me to play NAIA and JUCO basketball before getting into basketball coaching as the head manager at EKU under Oklahoma State's Travis Ford. Currently, I own and operate BasketballInsight.com as well as serve as an assistant high school coach. ..."




Princeton Offense 2.0: Practice Warm-Up and Breakdown Drills - Lee DeForest - Clip 3


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 on: Jan 28, 2019, 11:40:39 PM 
Started by Coach Uno - Last post by BGA Roberto Azar
Basketball Blocked or Altered Shot Tracking & Statistics
Registro del Lanzamiento Bloqueado o Alterado en Baloncesto


• Lanzamientos Bloqueados &  Alterados: Definición & Estadísticas   
• Blocked  and Altered Shots: Definition & Tracking


( para Traducción al Español: Ver a Continuación )

Por definición (vea nuestro Enciclopedia Global del Baloncesto ) un lanzamiento bloqueado ocurre cuando un defensor  desvía la trayectoria de un lanzamiento de un jugador atacante con éxito y legalmente, tocando y rechazando el balón en su camino hacia el aro, y antes que que este haya alcanzado su máxima altura, a efectos de prevenir una conversión de campo.

Para que sea una acción legal, el  bloqueo debe ocurrir cuando el balón esta en ascenso. Si este estuviera en descenso cuando el defensor lo golpea, se penará un goaltending y se contará como una conversión.

Tenemos un lanzamiento alterado cuando el bloqueador cambia el lanzamiento del lanzador causando la pérdida de una conversión.

Registro eBA de las Estadísticas del Baloncesto=
En nuestro sistema de análisis de las estadísticas del baloncesto registramos un lanzamiento bloqueado o tapón cuando el balón no alcanza a dejar las manos del lanzador: "Pérdida de Balón" para el jugador en posesión y "Recupero" para el bloqueador; y tenemos un Lanzamiento Alterado cuando el balón abandona las manos del lanzador, entonces ......

... registramos un lanzamiento errado para el lanzador y un recupero (bloqueo) para el defensor.

Mensaje Actualizado y Aumentado el 29 de Enero, 2019

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Celtics small forward Paul Pierce has his shot blocked by Charlotte Bobcats power forward Tyrus Thomas during their NBA basketball game in Charlotte, North Carolina March 26, 2012. Photo: REUTERS/Chris Keane


By definition (see our Global Basketball Encyclopedia ) a blocked shot occurs when a defensive player successfully and legally deflects a shot from an offensive player by touching and rejecting the ball on its way to the basket, and before it has reached its highest point, in order to prevent from a field goal.

In order to be a legal action, the  block must occur while the shot is travelling upward. It it is heading downward when the defender hits it, it is ruled a goaltending and counts as a made basket.

We have an altered shot when a blocker changes the shooter shot causing the shooter to miss the basket.

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking=
At our basketball statistics analysis system we record a Block Shot when the ball doesn't leave the shooter's hand: Turnover for the player in possession,  Steal for the blocker; and we have an Altered Shot when the ball leaves the shooter's hand, so .....

... we record a missed shot for the shooter and a steal (block) for the defender.

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 3 
 on: Jan 27, 2019, 02:39:23 AM 
Started by HBC Brian Denver - Last post by Coach Miguel Xoom
Basketball Training Courses & Videos
'2-on-2 Closeout' Drill
NEW TRAINING VIDEO by Brian Dutcher!


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with Brian Dutcher,
San Diego State University Head Coach;
long-time assistant coach to Steve Fisher (Michigan & SDSU);
1989 National Championship at Michigan;
lead recruiter for the "Fab 5" at Michigan;
back-to-back D-I National Runners-Up (1992, 1993);
2x Sweet Sixteen appearances at SDSU (2011, 2014);
10x Mountain West Champions

• About this New (12/29/2018) Training Video
Closeouts and Weak-Side Positioning

Coach Dutcher shows in this training video how to build your defense from closeouts, to weak-side positioning, post defense, double teaming, ball screen defense and more. You'll have everything you need to create a dominant defensive system!

One of the most important aspects of a great defense is the closeout. Coach Dutcher shows three drills to teach technique and weak-side positioning through closeout drills that build from 1-on-1 to 2-on-2. The "Top and Bottom I" drill works on seeing the ball from the weak-side, helping on dribble penetration, and recovering with a good fundamental closeout in a 2-on-2 set up.

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'2-on-2 Closeout' Drill NEW TRAINING VIDEO by Brian Dutcher!


Cursos & Vídeos de Entrenamiento del Baloncesto
Ejercicio de 'Cierre 2-contra-2'
NUEVO VÍDEO d
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 Entrenador Principal de la Universidad Estatal de San Diego;
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Campeonato Nacional de 1989 en Michigan;
reclutador principal para los "Fab 5" en Michigan;
Subcampeones nacionales de D-I back-to-back (1992, 1993);
2 apariciones de Sweet Sixteen en SDSU (2011, 2014);
10x Campeones del Mountain West

• Sobre este Nuevo (29/12/2018) Video de Entrenamiento
Cierres y posicionamiento del lado débil

El Entrenador Dutcher muestra en este vídeo de entrenamiento cómo construir su defensa desde los cierres hasta el posicionamiento en el lado débil, defensa posterior, trampas y defensa de pantalla sobre el balón: todo lo que necesitas para crear un sistema defensivo dominante!

Uno de los aspectos más importantes de una gran defensa es el cierre. El Entrenador Dutcher muestra tres ejercicios para enseñar técnica y posicionamiento del lado débil a través de ejercicios de cierre que se desarrollan de 1 contra 1 y 2 contra 2. El ejercicio "Arriba y Abajo I" funciona al ver el balón desde el lado débil, ayudando en la penetración del drible y recuperándose con un buen cierre fundamental en una configuración 2-en-2.

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 on: Jan 20, 2019, 12:09:34 AM 
Started by HBC Brian Denver - Last post by HBC Brian Denver
Basketball Training Videos
1-on-1 Basketball Defense
TRAINING VIDEO by Geno Auriemma


with Geno Auriemma,
3x U.S. Women's Olympic Basketball Head Coach (3x Gold Medal; '00, '12, '16)
1000+ career wins
Fastest coach to 800, 900 and 1,000 wins, any level, men's or women's
11x NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship Coach
('95, '00, '02 -'04, '09 - '10, '13 - '16)
9x AP Coach of the Year;
8x Naismith Coach of the Year;
7x WBCA National Coach of the Year;
6x USBWA Women's National Coach of the Year
John R. Wooden Legends of Coaching award (2012)
Inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame ('06);
Women's Basketball Hall of Fame ('06);
National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame ('07)
19x Big East regular season and 22x Big East tournament titles

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About this Video:
The first key to individual defense is to get into a good defensive stance. The Stance and Slides drill teaches how to get into a good stance and how to move correctly. This mass drill, one that involves the entire team, incorporates fundamental on-ball defense. It shows that even the best players in the country don't overlook learning the basics of stance.

Next is the Zig-Zag drill with a twist from a traditional version of this drill. Each on-ball defender will go through two rounds by guarding the ball to the half-court line. When the first dribbler reaches the half-court line, the defender starts the second round by executing a closeout to the baseline. Containment of the dribble and forcing changes in direction are critical elements that are taught.

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de los Estados Unidos (3x Medalla de oro; '00, '12, '16)
Más de 1000 victorias en su carrera
El entrenador que más rápido llegó hasta 800, 900 y 1,000 victorias  
en cualquier nivel, entrenador masculino o femenino
11x Entrenador del Campeonato Nacional de Baloncesto Femenino NCAA
('95, '00, '02 -'04, '09 - '10, '13 - '16)
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Salón de la Fama del Baloncesto Femenino ('06);
Salón de la Fama del Deporte Nacional Americano Italiano ('07)
19x temporada regular Big East y 22x títulos del torneo Big East .

Sobre este Vídeo:
La primera clave para la defensa individual es adoptar una buena postura defensiva. El ejercicio de posición y deslizamientos enseña cómo adoptar una buena postura y cómo moverse correctamente. Este ejercicio masivo, que involucra a todo el equipo, incorpora una defensa fundamental sobre el balón. Muestra que incluso los mejores jugadores del país no pasan por alto el aprendizaje de los conceptos básicos de la postura.
El siguiente ejercicio es el Zig-Zag con un giro de una versión tradicional de este ejercicio. Cada defensor sobre el balón pasará dos rondas marcando sobre el balón en la línea de media cancha. Cuando el primer driblador alcanza la línea de media cancha, el defensor comienza la segunda ronda ejecutando un cierre hacia la línea de base. La contención del dribble y los cambios forzados en la dirección son elementos críticos que se enseñan.

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 on: Jan 19, 2019, 05:30:23 AM 
Started by reubens - Last post by BGA Roberto Azar
Basketball Power Percentage Method: for individuals ?
 Método del Porcentaje de Poder en Baloncesto: para individuales ?


• Porcentaje de Poder: para individuales ?  
• Power Percentage: for individuals ?


( for English Translation= See Below )

Con referencia al mensaje que abre este hilo, por definición, Porcentaje de Campo se refiere a "posesiones convertidas dividido por el total de las posesiones". Este método es aplicado por el Sistema eBA de Análisis Creativo de las Estadísticas del Básquetbol tanto para equipos como a jugadores individuales, siendo más complicado en este último caso dada la dificultad de definir posesiones convertidas y total de posesiones para individuales.

Existen varias maneras de calcular el Porcentaje de Campo de Equipo:

1. Sumar las posesiones convertidas individuales y el total de posesiones y dividir ambos factores.

2. Utilizar los métodos ya explicados en este sitio en "El Método" y en "Las Fórmulas" para las posesiones convertidas de equipo y el total de posesiones, y entonces dividirlas. And ......

3. Utilizar el "power percentage" ( definido abajo ).

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Referred to the opening post of this thread, by definition, Floor Percentage is "scoring possessions divided by possessions". This method is used by the eBA  Creative Analysis System and applies to teams, meanwhile to individuals is more complicated because scoring possessions and possessions are more complicated to define for individuals.

We have three ways about how to calculate  Floor Percentage:

1. Sum the individual scoring possessions and total possessions and divide.

2. Apply the methods explained in this site at "The Method" and in "Formulas" in order to calculate the team scoring possessions and total possessions, then divide. And ...

3. Use the Power Percentage ( defined below ).


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 on: Jan 17, 2019, 12:03:58 AM 
Started by BGA Sandra Mirsov - Last post by HBC JLTrezeguet
Basketball: Defending the Pick & Roll
TRAINING COURSE by Kevin Eastman

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About this Course:
Coach Eastman covers a lot of ground in this course, including diagrams and demos in several of the lessons.

About Kevin Eastman: NBA and College Basketball Coach 35+ Years; Speaker to Sports and Corporate Teams.

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Basketball: Defending the Pick & Roll by Kevin Eastman

Over his 40 years in the game of basketball at the collegiate and professional levels, Kevin Eastman has studied what makes the best The Best -- their habits, mindsets, strategies and every day choices.

Known as a thought leader in the basketball and sports worlds, Kevin is now an engaging speaker who inspires a wide range of audiences, from sports teams to diverse corporate groups.

What sets Kevin apart from many other speakers is that he has lived in the world of the best while observing and studying them every day. His curiosity and dedication to learning provide the backdrop for delivering powerful talks on leadership, culture, teamwork and why the best are The Best.


Baloncesto: Defediendo el P&R Bloqueo y Continuación
CURSO de ENTRENAMIENTO por Kevin Eastman

Cursos & Vídeos de Entrenamiento del Baloncesto

Sobre este Curso:
El entrenador Eastman cubre mucho terreno en este curso, incluidos diagramas y demostraciones en varias de las lecciones.

Sobre Kevin Eastman Entrenador de la NBA y del Baloncesto Universitario durante más de 35 años; Orador y Expositor para Equipos Deportivos y Corporativos.
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 on: Jan 15, 2019, 12:07:16 AM 
Started by HBC Brian Denver - Last post by BGA Sandra Mirsov
Basketball Training Courses & Videos
The "Cincinnati 1-on-1" Drill
TRAINING VIDEO from Buffalo's Nate Oats!


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with Nate Oats,
University of Buffalo Head Coach;
2018 MAC Coach of the Year;
2018 NABC District Coach of the Year;
2x MAC Tournament Champions (2016, 2018);
2013 State Class A Championship (Romulus HS, MI)

• About this New (12/29/2018) Training Video
Transition Philosophy

In this training video Coach Oats reveals his transition philosophy and he covers his five non-negotiables for transition offense and defense:

• Ball Pressure
• Sprint Back
• Stay in a Good Stance
• Communicate
• Rebounding

Paying mind to all of these will lead to stops on the defensive end and allow your team to push the ball in transition and play at a faster pace.

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The "Cincinnati 1-on-1" Drill from Buffalo's Nate Oats!


Cursos & Vídeos de Entrenamiento del Baloncesto
El Ejercicio "Cincinnati 1-contra-1" VÍDEO de ENTRENAMIENTO por Nate Oats!

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2018 MAC Entrenador del Año;
2018 NABC District Entrenador del Año;
2x MAC Campeones del torneo (2016, 2018);
Campeonato estatal de clase A 2013 (Romulus HS, MI)

• Sobre este Nuevo (29/12/2018) Video de Entrenamiento
Filosofía de la Transición

En este video de entrenamiento, Coach Oats revela su filosofía de transición y cubre sus cinco aspectos no-negociables para el ataque y la defensa de transición:
  • Presión sobre el Balón
  • Regreso Rápido
  • Mantenerse en una buena postura
  • Comunicarse
  • Rebote

Prestar atención a todo esto conducirá a paradas en el lado defensivo y permitirá a tu equipo empujar el balón en transición y jugar a un ritmo más rápido.

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 8 
 on: Jan 13, 2019, 02:12:55 AM 
Started by silvya80 - Last post by BGA Roberto Azar
Basketball Free Throws Statistical Analysis & Tracking
Análisis y Registro Estadístico de los Tiros Libres en Baloncesto


• A relation between Free Throws and  home performance advantage
• Una relación entre los tiros libres y la performance de la ventaja de jugar de locales


( for English Translation= See Below )

Es posible que toda vez que un jugador joven - equipo universitario - lanza un tiro libre enfrente de una multitud, ocurre un proceso de facilitación social y que los beneficios de jugar de local o de ser un mejor equipo en el campo del lanzamiento estén ligados al efecto de ser locales.

Si este efecto realmente ocurre, es posible que lanzadores mediocres de tiros libres, para quienes esa área no es predominante, puedan beneficiarse por una performance de ventaja al jugar de locales o del 'efecto techo'.

Es posible que lanzamiento de tiros libre es una tarea influyente en la ventaja del equipo local. Aunque los lanzamientos de campo o lanzamientos triples variarán conforme a la ubicación y a la presión defensiva, un tiro libre es el mismo durante los partidos como lo es durante los entrenamientos.

Conforme a nuestros análisis, por el contrario, lanzamientos de campo parecen ser una tarea que puede ser dominante o no dominante mientras que los lanzamientos de tres puntos parecen ser una tarea no dominante.

La variación en la capacidad de lanzamiento fue realmente pequeña. Alternativamente, algunos jugadores que son muy habilidosos en el lanzamiento de triples pueden desplegar una ventaja similar. Esto será analizado en futuros estudios del Sistema eBA de Análisis Creativo de las Estadísticas del Baloncesto.

Y finalmente nos dice  Sergio Jose Ibañez: "... El análisis de rendimiento en deportes de equipo como el baloncesto es una herramienta fundamental para los entrenadores, lo que les permite contar con información válida y confiable sobre su equipo y oponentes.

En general, los entrenadores y los investigadores utilizan esta información para identificar a los jugadores más valiosos y la importancia de ciertos roles específicos, para evaluar el impacto de cambios en las reglas, para investigar la ventaja de local o para evaluar la participación en el juego abriendo el partido y los jugadores de reserva, con el objetivo de determinar la forma en que cada jugador contribuye al rendimiento del equipo. ... "


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Sometimes, a free throw distraction is funny as in this one, where a clever Celtics fan points out that Pau Gasol bears a striking resemblance to a llama.


It is possible that every time a college basketball player shoots a free throw before a crowd, social facilitation occurs and that the benefits of being at home or being a better shooting team are held by a home advantage effect.

If this effect occurs, it is possible that poor free throw shooters, for whom the area is non-dominant, may benefit from a home performance advantage or the 'ceiling effect'.

It is possible that free throw shooting is an influential undertaking in the home performance advantage. Although field goals and three point shots be subject to change in accordance with location and defensive pressure, a free throw is the same during games as it is in practice every time.

According to our statistics analysis, in opposition, field goal shooting looks to be an undertaking that can be influential or non-influential while three point shooting looks largely a non-influential undertaking.

The instance of change in shooting aptitude was small in a relative manner. As an option, some players who shows special good skills at three point shooting may reveal an alike benefit. This can be addressed in future studies from the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative System.

And finally Sergio Jose Ibañez tell us:
"... Performance analysis in ball team sports such as basketball is a fundamental tool for coaches, allowing them to have valid and reliable information concerning their team and opponents.

Generally, coaches and researchers use this information to identify the most valuable players and the importance of certain specific roles, to assess the impact of rule changes, to investigate the home advantage or to evaluate the participation in the game by starting and reserve players, with the goal of determining how each player contributes to team performance. ..."


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Started by BGA Sandra Mirsov - Last post by ESB Mario Sebastia
High School Basketball Defense
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About this Course
Defense wins championships! Good teams are able to understand and apply key defensive principles and skills.

In this informative course, Coach Al Sokaitis presents a detailed overview of key defensive concepts and strategies for high school basketball teams.

The program covers man-to-man defense, pressing and trapping, and the match-up zone defense. This course is a must have resource for high school coaches.

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Al Sokaitis has been coaching basketball for over 35 years at various high schools and colleges. He has established records for the most wins at several different schools, and been named Coach of the Year on numerous occasions. Sokaitis has been a collegiate men’s head coach at North Adams State in Massachusetts; University of Southern Maine; and Western State College in Colorado and Post University in Connecticut.
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 on: Jan 09, 2019, 06:11:35 AM 
Started by HBC Brian Denver - Last post by HBC Louis C. Sierra
Basketball Training Courses & Videos
Sets for Motion Offense
TRAINING VIDEO by Bob Huggins!


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with Bob Huggins,
West Virginia University Head Coach;
2015 Big-12 Coach of the Year;
2015 Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year;
over 800 career wins (One of only ten coaches ever
with 800 or more career victories);
C-USA Coach of the Decade
& 3x Coach of the Year (1998- 2000);
has led his teams to 9 Sweet Sixteen appearances,
4 Elite Eight appearances,
and 2 Final Four appearances

• About this New (12/29/2018) Training Video
Before adding any actions, first you must come to understand the 5-out motion offense and be able to teach your players how to properly space, cut, and fill within it. Huggins demonstrates in this training video how to teach athletes proper spacing along with how to utilize the floor to creating ideal scoring opportunities.

Next, Huggins installs some of his favorite motion offense strategies. We'll see how players can use a traditional pass and cut action into a screen away to put the offense into position to curl to the basket or slip the screen if overplayed. With a flex cut, Coach Huggins uses a ball reversal and screen away to create backside action as the ball is reversed. Before filling out, players look to step off the lane line and set the flex screen, creating an open layup concept.

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Posicionales para el Ataque en Movimiento por Bob Huggins!

con Bob Huggins ,
 Entrenador Principal de la Universidad de West Virginia;
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 más de 800 triunfos en su carrera (Uno de los diez entrenadores de la historia
 con 800 o más victorias en su carrera);
 C-USA Coach de la Década
y 3x Entrenador del Año (1998-2000);
ha llevado a sus equipos a 9 apariciones de Sweet Sixteen,
4 apariciones en la  Elite Eight,
y 2 apariciones de Final Four.

• Sobre este Nuevo (29/12/2018) Video de Entrenamiento
Antes de agregar cualquier acción, primero se debe comprender el ataque en movimiento de 5-afueras y ser capaz de enseñar a sus jugadores cómo espaciar, cortar y rellenar adecuadamente. Huggins demuestra en este video de entrenamiento cómo enseñarles a los jugadores el espaciamiento adecuado y cómo utilizar el campo para crear oportunidades de puntuación ideales.

A continuación, Huggins instala algunas de sus estrategias favoritas de ataque en movimiento. Veremos cómo los jugadores pueden usar un pase tradicional y cortar la acción en una pantalla para colocar al ataque en posición para cortarse a la canasta o deslizar la pantalla si se está sobre marcado. Con un corte flexible, el Entrenador Huggins usa una inversión del balón y la pantalla para crear una acción en la parte trasera cuando el balón se invierte. Antes de completar, los jugadores buscan salir de la línea del carril y configurar la pantalla flexible, creando un concepto de configuración abierta.

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