Author Archives: Randy Sherman

Transition Offense Tips: Trae Young

Transition Offense Tips: Trae Young

Trae Young, the sensational Freshman guard for the Oklahoma Sooners, demonstrates a multitude of Transition Offense Tips. Players can teach coaches a lot about the game and Trae Young, the electric point guard for the Oklahoma Sooners (12-2, 2-1 Big 12), is a virtual Transition Offense clinic. Young has drawn comparisons to Steph Curry due

Video Playbook: Milwaukee Bucks Corner Offense

Video and diagram breakdown of the Milwaukee Bucks Corner Offense and its entries and options. Many believe the Milwaukee Bucks (15-11, 4th in Eastern Conference) are the NBA’s team of the future. With an abundance of youthful length and powered by an other-worldly star in Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Bucks are having success now with an

Creating With Blur Screens

Utilizing “Blur Screens” can be a unique and effective way to create an advantage for your offense.  Defenses invest hours of practice time learning how to defend common offensive actions such as ball screens, off-ball screens and dribble handoffs. The typical practice plan features a block of time devoted to the techniques and communication required

FIBA EuroBasket Horns Sets

Three “Horns” sets featuring Spain, Finland and Germany from an exciting FIBA EuroBasket 2017 competition The FIBA EuroBasket 2017 competition ended on September 17 with Slovenia taking the gold medal after besting Serbia 93-85 in the championship game. The Slovenians, lead by Miami Heat guard and Eurobasket MVP Goran Dragic, marched through the three-week competition undefeated.

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Adjusting The Full Court Press

Volume IV – Adjusting the full court press for maximum effectiveness means adapting to various press offenses The first step in creating full court pressure is deciding what press suits your personnel and/or desired outcomes. Decide whether the FACE or SHADOW press suits your gameplan. The next step is to adjust that press to combat how

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