Functionally Fast Offenseby Mike Neighbors
Legenary Coach Mike Neighbors teaches how to make your team play fast but efficient. In 2020, Coach Neighbor's Arkansas had 2,472 posessions, while 1,424 (57%) posessions ended with a shot or a turnover in the first 9 seconds of the shot clock, and kept their turnover rate at only 12.8%. Coach Neigbors describes how to evaluate your team and analyze your current offensive pace and efficiency, considering posessins and turnover rates. Coach Neighbors breaks down teaching points on how to make your teams to play fast, with keeping the turnover rate low, while creating open shots. Coach Neighbors breaks down different types of transition/early offense situations and how to teach your players how to read and react in these situations.
- Posession Breakdowns in Fast Pace Offense
- Early Offense/Transition
- Important Analytics to look at when evaluating your and opponent's team
- Rules of the shot selection
- Value of posession to avoid turnovers
Arkansas Women’s Basketball Head Coach Mike Neighbors doesn’t want to hide from history. The Arkansas native is well-versed in the history of the program he inherited, including the struggles of the recent past. However, his attention doesn’t stay there long; he’d much rather talk about where the Razorbacks are headed, and how they plan to get there.
Prior to his homecoming at Arkansas, Neighbors guided Washington to four seasons of unprecedented success, highlighted by the 2016 NCAA Final Four and two NCAA Sweet 16 appearances.