Building Blocks of Dynamic Offence in Women`s Basketballby Guy Molloy
Building Blocks of Dynamic Offence in Women's Basketball
Guy Molloy, Head Coach of the NZ National women's team, shares his approach and an offence that has been a staple of the program since 2018. With limited resources and preparation as constant constraints, coach Molloy has had to prepare the NZ team with an offence that works equally well as a transition or half-court set, versus both man to man and zone defences. He discusses key concepts such as entry variations, ball reversal, UCLA cutting, pick and roll, throw and go, and blind pig actions. The video is detailed and specific, and will enable you to implement this offence in its entirety with your program.
Guy Molloy is a professional coach in Australia and New Zealand with over 30 years of experience at pro levels in both men's and women's basketball. He is currently the head coach of the Melbourne Boomers in the Australian WNBL, and the head coach of the NZ National team - the Tall Ferns.