(Rental)-Attacking On-ball Screening Offense
Basketball's hottest trend is on-ball screening. The Green Bay offensive strategy includes a variety of set plays, fast-paced games and three-point shooting. He demonstrates the proper spacing as Coach Kowalczyk starts to teach this offense. All players should space out beyond the 3-point line. The three perimeter players can be interchangeable. The dribbler's primary goal is to score first, and then pass second. The ball can be reversed to allow for open shots, high-low passes, backdoor cuts, and ball reversal. It can be used as a secondary offense and is often more efficient than set plays. One small change is to use pin down screen rather than backdoor cutting. The key elements are ball movement, allowing your guys to play and taking what the defense has to offer you. Good timing, good cuts, and screens are also important. Many of the advantages of this offense can be seen when played 5-on-5. There are many counters to this attack, including top flare, reverse flare and misdirection. Breakdown drills are used to show the most crucial parts of this offense.
62 minutes. 2008.