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How to Attack Pick & Roll Defense Playbook

Today is a good day!

Whenever I get my hands on a brand new playbook – especially one this thorough – it makes my day.

Seriously…

And the “playbook gods” outdid themselves on this one.


Below is the link to nothing less than the MOST COMPLETE dissection of the Pick and Roll Defense in our industry.

Bar none.

I’ve already gone through this thing cover to cover.  

This thing is NOT just a list of plays…

It goes a lot further than that.

This playbook goes on to break down the roles of each key player on the court…exactly what the ball handler and screener MUST do to make the PNR work.

Along with the drills section, this playbook is appropriate for new coaches and veterans alike.

Nothing’s left out…here are some samples:


(Sorry I can’t list everything, this email would be too long!)

Post Relationship Concept… pg. 19
Transition Actions… pg. 30
Mix Ballscreens… pg. 46
“Kansas” Screen Action… pg. 59
“Spain” Action… pg. 88
Beating the “Ice”… pg. 129
Step-up Screen Action… pg. 139
Multiple Ballscreens… pg. 157
Drills, drills and more drills… pgs. 169-181!
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How’s this for an endorsement:

“The most thorough analysis of the PNR I’ve ever seen”

A quote from you…in about 5 minutes.
Ok, all kidding aside…

I know I’m gushing a bit…You’d think Jennifer Aniston just walked in the room or something!

(Hey, don’t judge me.)

Anyway…

This really is 181 pages of “nothing else like this out there” kind of stuff. 

I know you’re going to enjoy this one!

See you courtside,

Scott “leave Jennifer out of this” Peterman

P.S. And no, I am NOT jacking up the price on this…(one of my colleagues suggested I bump it up.)

I want you to enjoy this one as much as I did when I first saw it.  

 

HoopScoop Scott Peterman Men's Basketball Hoop Scoop

Men's Basketball Coach Scott Peterman has coached at the NCAA Division 2 (Southwestern Oklahoma State University), NAIA (USAO), and JUCO Levels (Blinn College and Carl Albert State College) as well as high school. Coach Peterman just felt that fellow coaches, especially young coaches, need to constantly work on their “game,” just like the basketball players that we coach. We as coaches need to improve ourselves.

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