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Transition Offense – Common Endpoints

Transition Offense – Common Endpoints

In transition offense, seek first to score, then flow seamlessly into offense from these common endpoints. The first objective of transition offense is to score with an advantage. Coaches and players should keep this top of mind. Upon the rebound/inbound the offense uses pace, spacing and rapid advancement of the ball in hopes of scoring

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The Four T’s Of International Offense

The Four T’s Of International Offense – Four “automatics” to help your team create an advantage. (Note: This post first appeared at radiusathletics.com and is reposted with permission.) When watching International offenses one often sees reoccurring reads. Not plays. Not calls, but reads. Against a neutral and organized defense, offenses need to use an action

Shooting Drills

Plays of the Week: Shooting Drills

Shooting drills serve a number of purposes for all basketball coaches. Often limited by time and practice space, quality shooting drills help maximize the resources available to most coaches. The best shooting drills provide great repetitions, on-court conditioning, and keep “standing in line” to a minimum. This week’s Plays of the Week features three shooting

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Elbow Series – EuroBasket 2017

As the 2017 NBA Finals concluded and the Golden State Warriors hoisted the Larry O’Brien Trophy for the second time in three years, basketball fans across the world looked to scratch that never ending basketball itch. EuroBasket Women 2017 provided that relief. An incredible tournament with great #XsOs, including a fantastic elbow series by the

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