(Rental)-Bill Self Open Practice: High Post Screening Offense
Bill Self High Post Screen Offense
There are few teams as skilled at running a complex ball screen offense as Kansas. In this video, you will learn from the great Bill Self, head coach of the Jayhawks, who uses a free-flowing, organized system of offense to continually rise to the top of the NCAA rankings year after year. Self has led Kansas to 14 straight Big 12 regular season titles. His Jayhawks won the 2008 national title and were the runners-up in 2012. All 16 of Self’s Kansas teams have made it to the NCAA tournament. Including stops at Tulsa (1997-2000) and Illinois (2000-03), Self has taken 21 straight teams to the NCAA tourney. In this video, Self details his offense using whiteboard diagrams and practice demonstrations.
Coach Self outlines the basics of the High Post Screen offense which begins with the primary fast break and leads into secondary transition. That leads to multiple scenarios all beginning with the same set up. On the practice floor, Self shows you his basic rules that each player must follow in order to keep the offense moving. He then reviews the two-game entry which maximizes the high-and low-post options within the Kansas offense.
High Post Screen Offense - Transition
Self concludes his discussion of the Kansas offense by demonstrating his transition offense as well as all of the scoring possibilities in the half-court offense. In addition to the primary fast break, Coach Self breaks down Kansas’s secondary break using whiteboard diagrams. He also shows you two baseline out-of-bounds plays that can be used against man or zone defenses to get an easy layup.
This 108-minute video is perfect for those looking to install the Kansas High Post Screen offense. The practice demonstrations include eight players new to the Jayhawks program so you see firsthand how players are able to pick up the system quickly. This is an excellent video for those looking to add these strategies into their current offense. Rent this High Post Screen Offense DVD today.