-Experimenting with a new ball screen defense in addition to your primary strategy could have huge benefits for your team.
- Team’s primary method for defending a ball screen
-Know the positional defenses and your switches
- Is it a high ball screen? A sideline ball screen? A wing ball screen?
-Is the ball handler moving towards the middle of the floor? Towards the baseline?
- Is it a screen on the side of a corner shooter or an open corner?
- Is the ball handler a shooter, a non-shooter, a driver, or a passer?
- Is the screener a pick and roll player or a pick and pop shooter?
- Is the ball screen guard-to-guard, forward-to-guard, or forward-to-forward
This course will help your players understand what they need to read before the screen as they get ready to attack off the ball-screen.
Coach Mandole begins by discussing which shots he wants from his pick and roll offense and the spacing they use to get those shots. Coach teaches us the 4 types of pick and rolls he uses with his teams: top, shake, step-up, and side.
In this course, Coach Nick Pasqua teaches everything you need to know and more about the Ball Screen Offense to run it effectively. He reveals 10 offensive keys allowing you to turn it into your primary offense. He even expresses how you can morph your offense with the Ball Screen offense to make your team difficult to scout. If you are a coach who wants to learn more about the Ball Screen Offense, then this is the course for you.
In this lesson, Coach Reed talks about how to defend the ball screen pick and roll. Throughout the year's many coaches have been able to come up with a strategy to stop the most unstoppable play in basketball (when it's run right). Through Coach Reed's defensive philosophy, their defense covers the pick and roll almost to perfection which is more than most coaches can say. Coaches can use these lessons and tools to implement a fantastic defensive scheme.
"Creating an Offensive Advantage with the Middle Pick and Roll" provides the methodolgy and pedagogy to teach the concept of the middle pick and roll. This course discusses:
1. "Spacing Before Advantage, Advantage Before Shot"
2. The "Corner-Middle-Corner" Concept
3. The Teaching Principles for the Creator
4. The Teaching Principles for the Screener
Also included are three articles written by Coach Tipton diving deeper into the topic of "Creating an Offensive Advantage with the Middle Pick and Roll."
Part 1: The "Corner-Middle-Corner" Concept- https://medium.com/@coachbtipton/creating-an-advantage-with-the-mpnr-part-1-a55e76b64815
Part 2: The Creator as a Magician- https://medium.com/@coachbtipton/creating-an-advantage-with-the-mpnr-part-2-the-creator-as-a-magician-d84896007745
Part 3: The Screener as a Silent Assassin- https://medium.com/@coachbtipton/creating-an-advantage-with-the-mpnr-part-3-the-screener-as-the-silent-assassin-a024340c85bb
In this course, Coach Kennedy Kereama presents "The Sequences for PnR Play for Screeners and Handlers".
Coach Kereama uses game film to discuss what he wants in pick & roll and the sequencing for his teams through these areas:
How To Teach The Art of Pick and Roll. This course is a deep dive into the Scoring, Playmaking and general reads that are made in all pick and roll situations.
Coach Ryan Pannoe gives you the strategies and techniques to combat the most popular PNR coverages in How to Attack Switching, Ice, and Drop PNR Coverages. Coach Pannone uses game footage from both international and NBA teams to show strategies such as the Gortat Screen, Rejecting the screen, Utilizing 45 cuts as well as specific plays to run.
If there's one thing that every level of basketball has learned over the past few years, it's that ball screen actions are incredibly difficult to defend. In his latest video, Lason Perkins shares his collection of the greatest pick and roll plays from around the world. Taken from FIBA, Euroleague, NBA, college and high school games, these are set plays that create mismatches, 3 point shots, interior scoring actions and more! Plus Coach Perkins explains the proper way to attack the defense depending on how they defend the screen and roll action with a special bonus section drawn from his "European Ball Screen Offense" title. Plus included on the video is a diagrammed pdf playbook of every play for easy printing so you can take the play actions with you anywhere!