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Basketball Swing Offense: Breakdown Drills
Idaho State University head coach Ryan Looney has had his share of success using the Swing Offense. He is a big believer in the success of an offense being related to the skill level of his players running it. In this skills video, Coach Looney shares the breakdown drills he uses to develop players and how he develops these skills within the Swing Offense.
Coach Looney shows you six breakdown drills that teach players the shots they will take within the basketball swing offense. There are drills to develop both post and perimeter play. The workouts include working on the up screen, flex screen, and side pick and roll screen. You will see Coach Looney use a variety of equipment to help his players learn to play through contact and create trips to the free throw line.
One skill that Looney’s players must have is the ability to set and use screens. Players work on four options off the Up Screen and four more with the Flex Screen. You will see how to set the screens in the right spots, make cuts of least resistance to create betting scoring chances, and learn to see the post.
Swing, Bump, and Separation are all shooting drills where players work on coming off of a screen and taking a shot. Players focus on having their hands up and proper footwork as they receive the ball.
Learning post play is essential in the Swing Offense. Coach Looney works first on stance and positioning. Players learn to get low and how to take up space. A variety of post move are covered. Coach Looney also gets into perimeter develop and the different ways a defender can guard a ball handler on a screening action.
Skill development is essential to any team’s success. Coach Looney does a great job of showing you how you can develop players as you install the swing offense. Rent this Basketball Swing Offense DVD today.