Man-to-Man Offense (70)
Tim Schuring (Rental)-Tim Schuring's Complete Offensive Basketball System $49.99
Tim Schuring’s Complete Offensive Basketball System Tim Schuring, owner-director of TNT5 Basketball Development and Iowa Prep, offers his complete offensive system in this video set. It’s an offense that has helped Schuring accumulate wins by the bunches over a 25-year career as a head and assistant coach at both the high school and college levels. It’s a system that is easy to learn, easy to teach, and can lead to success anywhere. Why Choose Coach Schuring’s Basketball Offensive System? Schuring’s offensive basketball system is perfect for a beginning coach, an aged veteran, or one at any level of play from third graders to the NBA. It is simply that good. Here’s why. It works at any level with proven success from third grade through college. It promotes player development. It is a complete offensive system including fast break, secondary break, BLOBs (baseline out of bounds plays), press breakers, and much more. It covers all the important details to make the offense successful. It is simple, yet the system can grow with your team. It is flexible. It is easy to install using a step-by-step process to implement the entire system. The Offensive Basketball System The video series begins with the transition offense, both the primary and secondary breaks. Coach Schuring shares his “3 Keys” to making the transition offense work. He also goes into detail on fast break counters and secondary break counters. You will also see how you can adjust the transition offense for different levels simplifying the system for third and fourth graders, for example. Coach Schuring then builds the half-court Motion offense. He will share his core principles for running the motion offense against both man and zone defenses. He reviews motion counters and again shows you how to adapt the offense to the different grade levels. The video series concludes with a number of special plays, quick hitters, and out of bounds plays. You will see six quick hitters as well as BLOBs, SLOBs (sideline out of bounds) plays, and press breakers. The press breakers are reviewed against every imaginable defense. In the end, Coach Schuring reviews how you can use his system. Some may choose to install the entire package where others may want to pick and choose what to use within their own system. Either way, Coach Schuring offers coaches a complete offensive system that can be used at any level of basketball. Nothing is left to chance in this wonderful video series from Coach Schuring. Rent this offensive basketball system today.
Tom Jicha 20 Quick Hitters for 2 Guard Front Offense $39.99
Tom Jicha shows 20 quick hitters that can be utilized with the spread offense. Each set has quick hitters designed specifically to take advantage of the defense with that set. There are six quick hitters for the shuffle series, six for motion and five for chin. Each play will flow back into the offense if the quick hit isn’t available and each has multiple scoring options. The DVD concludes with five drills to help implement the 2-guard front offense. Running Time: 49 Minutes. 2009.
Bob Richey (Rental)-A Conceptual Approach to Man to Man & Zone Offense $18.99
Basketball Offense - Conceptual Approach to Man-to-Man & Zone Furman is not known as a basketball power, but head coach Bob Richey has led the school to back-to-back 20-plus win seasons including a school record 25 wins in the 2018-19 season. That season included wins over 2018 Final Four participants Villanova and Loyola-Chicago. How Coach Richey has done it at Furman is by teaching his players to read defenses and take what is given. In this video, he shows you how to teach your athletes how to break down defenders and develop an unstoppable offense. Basketball Offense Philosophy Coach Richey’s philosophy entails allowing players to go from Option 1 to Option 3 in a matter of seconds. He emphasizes close 2s, assisted 3-pointers, and getting players to the free throw line. Doing so can help any player excel at any position on the floor. Man Basketball Offense In the man defense segment, Coach Richey breaks down his terminology and shows the actions that he teaches starting with the transition offense. Players learn to use the open floor for easy cuts, drives, and dishes to open shooters. Once the offense transitions into the half-court, Coach Richey demonstrates a series of actions including a Houston series that uses a dribble handoff and a ball screen to create pick and rolls or pick and pops for your post players. Zone Basketball Offense Against zone defenses, Coach Richey likes to put a playmaker in the middle of the zone. Using a 4-around-1 set, players can still use man-to-man cutting actions to score. As players get more comfortable with the cutting actions, you can add in ball screens to create pick and roll situations that often leave wide open back cuts and wide open shooters. Coach Richey’s offensive system is an easy one to learn and one that players will love. By teaching athletes to read the defense and play without running a continuous offense, they become unstoppable in creating scoring opportunities. Rent this basketball offense DVD today.
Cheryl Reeve (Rental)-Loop & Elbow Offenses And Counter Sets $17.99
Cheryl Reeve: Loop and Elbow Offenses and Counter Sets With fewer teams playing with traditional big men, teams have to be able to get the ball inside. Minnesota Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve takes you through two sets – Loop and Elbow – that she has developed through the years. It’s a motion-oriented half-court offense that uses multiple cutting and screening actions that confuse defenses. In the video, Coach Reeve starts with 5-on-0 demonstrations and builds up to 5-on-5 detailing the spacing and timing needed for success. Loop Series The Loop series starts with the traditional zipper action and then uses such moves as the flash cut that comes on the pass back to the post player who set the down screen of the zipper. Using the flash cut inverts the offense and creates an easy scoring opportunity for a wing who is being defended by someone not used to playing in the post. Other moves used include the flare screen, side ball screen, stagger screen, and double UCLA cut. Coach Reeve shares options out of the Loop that give you ways to take advantage of your personnel. Elbow Series Coach Reeve introduces the Elbow series from a Horns set. The series is a set of plays designed to create favorable matchups and it can be used in late-game situations where execution is critical. One play has the point guard use a UCLA cut after an entry pass to the post player. When this fails, a pin-down screen by the opposite post can generate an easy post-up opportunity. Reeve shows you double-down screens, handoffs, flex actions and more out of the Elbow series. She also touches on how to disguise Elbow plays using the same initial actions used in the Loop series. Using Counters At some point, defenses will catch on to what you are doing and come up with something that takes away some of the best actions of the Elbow and Loop. Coach Reeve goes through a number of counters in both series to take advantage of the defense. In the Loop series for example, Reeve has the player move to the corner looking for the ball if a defense anticipates a down screen. That simple adjustment gives the wing player a look for an open shot. Reeve also shows you how to run Loop to get into Elbow series plays. These multiple options keep opposing defenses guessing while getting your best players the scoring opportunities you want. Reeve is one of the WNBA’s most successful coaches and her exceptional detail in this video will not only help you gain a better understanding of flow and spacing on offense, but also help you to maximize player execution.
Cheryl Reeve (Rental)-Corner Offense, Set Plays, & Practice Drills $17.99
Cheryl Reeve: Corner Offense, Set Plays and Practice Drills Cheryl Reeve helped build the Minnesota Lynx franchise into one that has dominated the WNBA. Reeve has guided the Lynx to four WNBA championships and has twice won the league’s Coach of the Year award. A big part of her success comes from the drills you will see in this video. Not only do the drills help in player development, they also help to establish a certain culture, one that has helped the Lynx win. Practice Drills You will see Coach Reeve’s version of the classic layup drill and other full-court drills that help prepare players for her up-tempo style of play. These drills emphasize conditioning, competition, and efficiency. Players work on changing direction and attacking the basket off the dribble. Other drills include: Three-Man Weave: Works on spreading the floor and firing the ball ahead in transition while eliminating bad passes and missed layups. Secondary Drill: Learn to use ball screens in the secondary break and how to teach them to your players. Speed Drill: Work on quick outlet passes and advance passes to players running the floor in a continuous fast break drill. Corner Offense An alternative to the Triangle offense, the Corner offense is great for teams with good shooters, big guards that can post up, or teams that don’t have a dominant post player. Proper spacing spreads the floor for cuts to the basket and post up opportunities by guards. Coach Reeve breaks down the multiple options in her Corner offense, showing you how ball movement helps to open up scoring opportunities. Split screens, flare screens, and dribble handoffs are all used to create 3-point attempts or easy layups. You will also see how Coach Reeve counters certain defenses by using back door cuts, corner passes, and ball reversals to get two-man actions on the weak side. No matter what a defense throws at you, the Corner offense has an answer. Set Plays Coach Reeve demonstrates some set plays that she has used with great success. There are three plays out of the Corner alignment, two variations using spread ball screens, and an end-of-game play for a 3-point shot. The plays include: Cheek: This is a great play that uses a back screen to post up on a smaller guard or get an open 3-pointer. Thumbs Up: Using misdirection with a screen the screener action on the perimeter, this play can result in either a layup or 3-point shot. Punch: This is a great play to involve the weak side of the Corner offense and get an open look for your best shooter coming off a screen. This is a wonderful look at an offensive philosophy that has been used with great success at the game’s highest levels. It is simple enough that coaches at levels can benefit from the drills and plays taught in this presentation.
John Giannini (Rental)-The Attacking 3 Out & 4 Out Motion Offense $19.99
The Attacking 3-Out & 4 Out Motion Offense Former LaSalle University head coach John Giannini is well-known for his ability to build programs. He won an NCAA Division III national title at Rowan University and took LaSalle to the Sweet 16 in 2013. His three-guard and four-guard offenses were the key to his teams becoming high-powered scoring machines. 3 Guard Offense In this video, Coach Giannini teaches his system. He starts on the whiteboard where he diagrams the three-guard offense. You get a detailed look at a system that Giannini developed while studying other teams. He goes through every scoring possibility in the offense, which is based upon great spacing in the half-court. Live Situations The presentation then moves to the court where he provides demonstrations so you can see how the offense works in a live situation. Coach Giannini shares three simple plays: Magic, Clear, and Fist. Included are a number of options that you can implement into the half-court offense. You will see flat screens, side ball screens, flip screens and re-screen action all with the goal of teaching you the ins and outs of this guard-oriented offense. Giannini's Favorite Set Plays for 3-Out & 4 out Motion Offense Coach Giannini also shares a favorite set play – Double Low. The play is used against a defense that has shut down your three-guard action. He combines a version of the dribble drive offense with his three-guard offense to create scoring chances off the dribble. At the end of the presentation, Coach Giannini breaks out game film to show you how the system works in a live game situation. This is an outstanding video for coaches looking for ways to add a modified version of the dribble drive offense to their own offensive system. Rent this 3 & 4 out motion offense
Lason Perkins Encyclopedia of the Box Offense $29.99
When we say "Encyclopedia" we mean it! This DVD has over 60 scoring plays and options that can be run from the popular Box offensive set. Easy to teach and easy to learn but difficult to scout and defend, Box plays are among the most popular actions used in basketball! Everything about the Box offense is covered here — from Duke's cornerstone "America's Play" to actions and plays that Dean Smith, Roy Williams, Chuck Daley, Tom Izzo, Thad Matta, John Calipari, Pat Riley, Jeff Van Gundy and many other top flight coaches have used to win championships and establish top flight, successful programs. From its standard starting alignment, the Box offense alignment offers a variety of pick and roll plays, isolation actions, post plays, and plays for shooters makes Box a powerful offense that has been successful at every level of basketball- from the pros to elementary school — and with the multiple scoring options that most Box plays offer, every team needs at least a handful of these actions in their arsenal.
Lason Perkins A Set Offense $29.99
The A-Set is the most popular offensive scheme used in International basketball. From Croatia to Greece, from Argentina to Spain, and all points in between, this potent offensive attack takes full advantage of on-ball screens, drive and kick principles, and great floor spacing. Olympic gold medals and World Championship titles have been the results of this innovative attack. With this DVD, you’ll learn a variety of plays that can take advantage of your offensive strengths and personnel, while forcing constant defensive decision-making. The A-Set is used primarly against man to man defenses, but is also effective as an entry into such offenses as Flex and Motion.
Kelvin Sampson (Rental)-Running a High Powered Basketball Offense: Spacing, Sets, & Inbound Plays $18.99
Running a High-Powered Offense: Spacing, Sets & Inbound Plays Kelvin Sampson has turned the Houston Cougars into a national power largely because of the proficiency of his offenses. In this video, captured at a Houston practice, Sampson shows you how prioritizing spacing helps to increase ball movement and helps break down defenses. He also shares multiple baseline and sideline inbounds plays. Offensive Approach Coach Sampson introduces his base offense first before hitting the court. You’ll see how he spaces the floor with four perimeter players and then how he uses concepts like ghost screens and scrapes to create movement and open up defenses. Next is a series of plays right out of the Cougars playbook. Sampson draws up the Loop series and then demonstrates it on the court. It begins with a 1-4 high set and creates easy backdoors for layups. You also see an additional set from a 1-4 high alignment as well as two options out of Floppy action. Chicago creates an open jumper for a post player while Detroit creates a difficult ball screen situation to defend off of Floppy. Inbounds Plays Sampson gives you a number of great inbounds plays. The first set of plays are baseline inbound sets. They include: 21 – A box set screen-the-screener action to get an open jumper and a post-up. 51 – 3 seconds or less for a quick shot on the weak side with a player rolling to the hoop. Quick – Play that yields a cross screen post-up, a shot at the top of the key, and a pick and roll option to follow. 52 – Get a quick high-low to a post player off of a tight back screen. Thumb Down – Use an elevator screen for a 3-pointer. Thumb Down Counter – A rip screen counter. Slice Weak – A misdirection play for a quick pin down jumper run from a box set. The next set of plays is for sideline inbounds. They include: Slice Weak – It’s the same concept as the baseline Slice Weak run from a zipper screen. Quick – Same as the baseline play except now from the sideline. Loop 2 – A pick and roll play with an empty corner. Barber Pole – Great play to get action toward the rim with a back screen and a cleared out side. Coach Sampson is one of the best offensive minds in the college game. His video is packed full of ideas for how to expose defenses in the half-court and in special situations. Rent this basketball offense DVD today.
Tyler Whitcomb (Rental)-Encylopedia of the Elevation Offense $18.99
Elevation Offense Basketball Encyclopedia Continuity offenses are often anything but simple. Tyler Whitcomb, founder of the Elevation Offense, disagrees and shows you a continuity offense that is easy for players to learn and has the ability to generate numerous high-quality scoring chances. Whitcomb is a former pro basketball general manager and scout who is currently the head coach at the West Michigan Aviation Academy. His Elevation Offense opens up the floor and, in this video; he shows you how to flow right into it from transition and inbounds plays. Structure and Essentials of the Elevation Offense Coach Whitcomb begins on the whiteboard and diagrams the Elevation Offense. It all begins from the Horns alignment, which creates a consistent structure. Whitcomb explains the multiple options for entry and then uses on-court demonstration to reinforce the concepts. Players are taught several “automatics” that help them pick up the idea of the continuity. Coach Whitcomb goes deep into the many opportunities available for scoring. Spacing the floor helps to open up baseline drives. You will learn other calls and reads that allow for scoring off the primary screening actions in the Elevation Offense. There are also opportunities to create isolation situations and exploit weaknesses in opposing defenses. Sets and Breakdown Drills of the Elevation Offense Basketball Whitcomb demonstrates seven different inbound plays, five from the baseline and two from the sideline. The baseline plays use a box alignment and Coach Whitcomb shows you how each play flows directly into the Elevation Offense. The sideline plays do the same. Four breakdown drills are shown to help teach and build the offense. Guards learn to shoot off the screen and attack on drives. Posts work to get better at finishing at the rim while slipping the screen. The 5-on-0 Drill allows players to go through all the scoring options available in the Elevation Offense. Coach Whitcomb’s system is a great way to run a continuity offense using passing, replacing, and special screens. The offense takes away help defenders in almost every situation and is a must-see for coaches looking for new ideas or a completely new offensive system. Rent the Elevation Offense Basketball DVD today.
Chantal Vallee (Rental)-Offensive System: High Low 3 Out 2 In 4 Out 1 In Offenses $18.99
Offensive System: High-Low Motion Offense, 3-Out/2-In Offense, 4-Out/1-In Offense Learn two offensive styles that will fit the talents of any roster in this video from Chantal Vallee, head women’s basketball coach at the University of Windsor and the head coach of the Hamilton Honey Badgers of the Canadian Elite Basketball League. Coach Vallee provides you with a unique opportunity to learn the two motion offenses that make up her half-court offense. These offenses helped Vallee win five straight Canadian Interuniversity Sports (CIS) women’s basketball national titles between 2011 and 2015. Get your notebooks ready as Coach Vallee pulls no punches in explaining her offensive system. Using whiteboard diagrams, on-court teaching, and player demonstration; Coach Vallee presents her offenses through breakdown drills and 5-on-5 scrimmages. If you utilize the motion offense, there is something in Vallee’s presentation for you. High-Low You will see how Coach Vallee is able to get the ball inside in the High-Low motion offense. Using position-specific drills, Coach Vallee breaks down the offense. Learn how the L-cut can get players open on the wing for scoring opportunities. Posts learn how to play off each other and get open at the high or low post. Using a 2-on-2 drill, Coach Vallee teaches low posts how to create angles, use footwork to seal defenders, and score at the rim. You will also see how to post up your point guard using a back screen entry into the offense. 4-Out Motion Vallee’s 4-Out Motion offense uses four perimeter players to create space. The rules of the offense are simple and provide a number of scoring options. Players can score through drives, back door cuts, off-ball screens, and pick and rolls. There are four methods for attacking with momentum from blast cuts. These are demonstrated as is the 4-on-0 Perimeter Movement drill which puts emphasis on integrating post flashes into the offense. A number of screening opportunities are created which opens up the rim. Coach Vallee’s system is proven and can work for any team no matter the talent level or style of play. Teams that play with size or with speed can add to their versatility by implementing some of what Coach Vallee has done. Become a more efficient offense today by introducing some of what Coach Vallee presents in this video.
Muffet McGraw (Rental)-Notre Dame's Offensive System $18.99
Muffet McGraw Offense : Notre Dame’s Offensive System Coaches yearn to look inside the playbook of national championship coaches. That is exactly what you can do in this video as Muffet McGraw, head coach of the 2018 NCAA women’s national champion Notre Dame basketball team, provides an in-depth look at the Fighting Irish up-tempo offense. McGraw was the 2018 AP Coach of the Year, winning the award for the fourth time in her illustrious career. In this presentation, Coach McGraw shows you a series of drills designed to help your team play at a faster tempo. She takes you through multiple options in the Princeton offense using whiteboard diagrams and breakdown drills. The Fast Break Coach McGraw begins with the fast break and shares four different practice drills designed to help you refine your transition offense. Players work against the clock and have timed goals. The drills demand perfection at a high rate of speed. You will see your team improve their ability to make quicker outlet passes, throw more accurate advance passes, and finish more consistently with layups in transition. Notre Dame’s transition offense is also broken down in a 4-on-4 drill to show you its quick-hitting actions. Coach McGraw shares a number of options in pistol action, drag ball screens, and high-low post feeds. To get player a bunch of pull-up jump shot reps, Coach McGraw shares the “Short Long” drill. It is a full-court drill that works the pull-up jumper in transition. McGraw’s Version of the Princeton Offense A big believer in the Princeton offense, McGraw shows you her version of the offense providing three options to deliver multiple scoring opportunities. The actions McGraw presents create backdoor looks and open jumpers off of different screens. McGraw shows you how each option flows into ball screens and high-low action for your post players. In the practice session in this 60-minute video, you will see how you are able to focus on the details of each play in game-like 3-on-3 situations. Coach McGraw has built one of college basketball’s most efficient offenses. This is the opportunity for you to learn from one of the best in the business. Rent this Muffet McGraw Offense DVD today.
Vic Schaefer (Rental)-Attack & React Offense By Vic Schaefer $19.99
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Bob Knight (Rental)-Bob Knight: Advanced Tactics & Techniques For Man--to--man Offense (knight) $34.99
if You Want To Learn The Motion Offense In The Best Possible Way Then The Coach Bob Knight Is The Ideal Man For This Job. He Has A Living Legend Who Has Worked With So Many Players Over The Years And Has Helped Them Improve Their Offensive Game. You Will Learn His Screening And Cutting Motions That Can Benefit Your Offense. the Man To Man Offense Technique Of Coach Knight Is Very Impressive And He Teaches Every Element Of It Very Gracefully. His Teaching Also Include The On Court Demonstrations Which Include Screens, Cutter Options, Post Screens, Screening Goals, Balance And Spacing. you Will Learn The Coaching Philosophy, Teaching Methods And Crucial Teaching Points Of Bob Knight. philosophy according To Bob Knight, Screening And Cutting Are Two Of The Most Important Points For Shooting. As These Two Points Will Provide You Great Opportunity To Score Down The Court. You Will Get Uncontested Shots Time After Time When A Specific Offensive Pattern Is Adopted By Coach Bob Knight. So, How Does This Offensive Pattern Work? Well, All The Five Players Are Forced To Guard Simultaneously. you Will Get The Chance To Set Screens And Cut To The Basket With The Help Of Knight’s Spacing Principles. cutting & Screening it Doesn’t Matter What Sort Of Man To Man Offense You Apply. Coach Knight Explains How Can You Use Proper Screening Techniques, Well Balanced Spacing And Set Up Screens To Make Your Offense Highly Efficient. There Is A Very Effective Use Of Down Screen, The Back Screen, The Cross Creen, The Flare Screen, The Slip Screen, The Double Screen And The T Screen And The Coach Bob Knight Teaches The Most Effective Way To Do All These With The Help Of Different On Court Demonstrations. offensive Drills so, There Is A Complete Package Of Offensive Drills By The Coach Bob Knight. The Drills Begin With A 2 On 2 Set Up And Goes On To 5 On 5. All Of The Screening And Cutting Actions Are Covered With The Help Of These Drills. As The Drills Progress, The Constant Motion Along With The Proper Spacing Is Emphasized. In Order To Make The Flow Of The Offense Better, The Coach Bob Knight Implies Some Restrictions On The Drills Which Require Players To See And Observe The Defense. motion Entries there Are Six Motions Entries Introduced By The Coach Bob Knight. You Will Learn All Of Those In This Video By Coach Bob Knight. The Coach Has Used Those Six Motions Entries To Initiate His Passing, Screening Offense And Cutting.Read our BEEF Shooting Guide here.
Tom Izzo (Rental)-Tom Izzo: Multi--threat Scoring Offense $15.99
You can run plays that your players remember. That will earn you points Get your players open against intense defensive pressure Create countermeasures for your opponent's defense Tom Izzo: 3x National Coach Of The Year Simple screening techniques and concepts can help you get your players to make shots. Tom Izzo, one of the most respected and successful coaches in the game, offers detailed guidance and insight into play-oriented offense. Izzo explains three series of plays: the Chest Series, Horns Series, and Thumb Down Series. Each series includes a variety sets, pick and roll action, and many scoring options that will increase your offense's firepower. The Chest Series, which is a 2-3 set, is extremely effective at countering intense defensive pressure. Izzo offers five sets of the Chest Series, each with different screens and back cuts. This allows Izzo to compete against more skilled teams and negate their athletic advantage. The Horns Series, which is a 1-4 high set unit, allows for great spacing and backdoor cuts. It also offers many scoring options. Another series that can be used to defeat tough pressure defense. The Thumb Down Series allows you to swap positions based upon your teams' abilities, match-ups, and other factors. In addition, Izzo highlights: There are simple tricks that anyone can use to get open from a screen. Two drills that teach the basics of pin down and on ball screens are effective. This is a play to get the big man to come down on the ground to defend. Izzo also contains a baseline play inbounds, which offers multiple scoring opportunities, as well as two end-of clock plays that are great for running if your team is struggling and you need to get a shot late in the game. All the information is here. You will find drills to improve your screening and offensive sets as well as specialty plays. All presented by Tom Izzo, a coach who has a winning percentage of.700+ and is a perennial force in college basketball. Tom Izzo's plays can be installed in your system right away! Produced at the Fall 2009 St. Louis MO clinic 76 minutes. 2009