Creating SHOT or POST UP for your BIGS #AddDiversityby Luka Bassin #BassketSTUDIO
Many times we ignore the impact of our BIGS (Power Forwards & Centers), especially in today's basketball, when everything is about Pick&Roll and 3-point shooting. But they are setting screens, they are rebounding, they are blocking shots and doing "dirty" work in the paint. Therefore we must give them also opportunity to be more involved in our offense also. We have to give them opportunity to score, we have to create good positions for them with some set offenses. Believe me - they will make even better screens, they will block and rebound more, if we will respect them and give them also offensive situation where they can score, if we will put them in position to create...in position where they can score when others helping them.
In this course you will find 45 systems / sets for your bigs. First there are 19 systems where you will create good shooting position for your "Stretch Bigs" by using FLARE screens and PIN DOWNS, while in the second part you will find 26 systems / sets to create good POST UP position to play close to basket. In meantime you can also check the other course of mine, https://coachtube.com/course/basketball/post-up-creation-for-your-shooters-newtrends/12294351, where you will find systems to create perimeter shots out of POST plays.
- 18 systems to create a SHOT for your Stretch Big (can be power forward or center)
- 26 systems to create good and active LOW POST attack for you Big (also for power forward or center)
From my experience you will add quality, versatility and diversity to your offense, and even more important, you will have happier players willing to do "dirty work, knowing you respect them by putting them in positions to score also. The chemistry of the TEAM will raise and your team will play with better energy.
Most of the systems come from International basketball, from top European coaches and teams, such as Željko Obradović and Fenerbahce, Selcuk Ernak and Darussafaka, Pablo Laso and Real Madrid, Svetislav Pešić and Barcelona, Ioannis Sfairopoulos and Maccabi Tel Aviv...
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Coaches, let's go to work! Any feedback very welcomed.
Luka Bassin is basketball coach from Slovenia / Europe (currently Player Development Coach in CEDEVITA Olimpija), who worked in youth teams of Olimpija (2009&2010 Junior EuroLeague Final 8) and the most famous Slovenian High school - Gimnazija Bežigrad. Later he worked as Head coach in Slovenian Division 1 and 2. For 5 years (between 2013 - 2018) was Assistant coach of Olimpija, the most famous Slovenian team (EuroCup, FIBA CL). Also worked as an Assistant coach with Slovenia U20 (2005 - 2007), B National team (2014 - 2016) and National team (2020). 13 years of professional playing experience in Slovenia in Division's 1A, 1B, 2nd, 3rd and international "Korać Cup". 4th best scorer in Division 1B (1997-98). Dunking contest participant in Slovenian All-Star game (3rd in 1994-95, 4th in 1992-93). Won three Slovenian U18 championships as a player (1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90) and one in U16 (1987-88). Yugoslavian U16 Champion in 1987-88. Graduate of University of Ljubljana, 1997, "Organization of modern European basketball clubs". Faculty of Sports, University of Ljubljana (1991-97).