Quick Hitters vs. Zone & Man


Quick Hitters vs. Zone & Man

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Attention Coaches!

Are you constantly on the lookout for quick offensive sets that can put your best scorers in prime situations? Look no further! Coach Jeff Walz of Louisville is here to share some of his favorite plays and actions from his playbook in the "Quick Hitters vs. Zone & Man" virtual clinic presentation.

Why You Need This Clinic

Regardless of whether you're facing a man-to-man or zone defense, having a versatile set of plays at your disposal can be the difference between victory and defeat. This clinic offers options to score with your guards or posts, ensuring you're well-equipped to handle any defensive strategy thrown your way.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Comprehensive Coverage: Includes plays for both man-to-man and zone defense.
  • Flexibility: Options to score with either guards or posts.
  • Expert Instruction: Learn from Coach Jeff Walz, who has led his team to two national championship appearances.
  • Exclusive Content: Access to video lessons such as 1 Finger Twirl, LA Free, Sweep Free, and more.
  • Interactive Learning: Includes a Q&A session with Coach Walz to discuss strategy and implementation.

See the Difference Today

Don't miss this opportunity to transform your team's offensive game. With Coach Walz's proven strategies, you're just a click away from elevating your playbook. Check out a free lesson and start learning with Coach Walz today!


Who is this clinic for?
Coaches at all levels who are looking to improve their team's offensive strategies against both zone and man defenses.

How can I access the clinic?
Simply visit our website and sign up for the virtual clinic. Upon registration, you'll gain immediate access to all content.

Is there support available if I have questions during the clinic?
Yes! The clinic includes a Q&A session with Coach Walz, where you can ask questions and get direct feedback.

What makes Coach Jeff Walz a credible instructor?
Coach Walz has led his team to national championship appearances in 2009 and 2013, proving his strategies successful at the highest levels of women's college basketball.

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