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North Carolina Tar Heels Secondary Counters

North Carolina Tar Heels Secondary Counters

In Part Three of a three part series on the North Carolina Tar Heels’ transition attack, we take a look at some commonly used counter options of the secondary break. Roy Williams has said that in an ideal game his Tar Heels would run nothing but primary and secondary break options all game long. For

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Motion Offense – Four-Player Drills

In Vol. 7 of the FastModel Motion Offense Forum we progress to four-player drills to teach passing, screening, cutting, floor balance and reading the defense. In building and refining a motion offense, especially one of the four-out variety, you will rely more heavily upon four-player drills than any other drill grouping. The carryover from practice

Wisconsin Badgers: Three Keys To Victory

Wisconsin Badgers: Three Keys To Victory

Bo Ryan and the Wisconsin Badgers find themselves in the National Championship game. By defeating Kentucky 71-64 and halting the Wildcats’ undefeated season, the Badgers have the opportunity to claim their first title since 1941. Standing in the way are the Duke Blue Devils. Wisconsin and Duke played one another on December 3, 2014 as

NCAA Men's Basketball 2015: Big Ten Championship Wisconsin vs Michigan State MAR 15

FINAL FOUR – Wisconsin Badgers

Things must feel very familiar for Wisconsin Badger basketball fans. Bo Ryan’s club qualified for their second consecutive Final Four by narrowly defeating Arizona in the West Region final, just like in 2014. The Badgers knocked off Oregon in the Round of 32, just like in 2014. And just like in 2014 the Badgers will

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Motion Offense – Three-Player Drills

In Vol. 6 of the FastModel Motion Offense Forum we progress to three-player drills to teach passing, screening, cutting, floor balance and reading the defense.  If you have been following this series on building a motion offense you have probably noticed a few patterns in the progressions. First, introduce the concept without a defense. Second, add

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