Offensive Concepts From Around The Worldby zakboisvert
Army assistant coach Zak Boisvert is known for his quest for basketball ideas and concepts from around the world. In this clinic presentation for the TABC in 2020, Coach Boisvert shares some of his favorite actions such as Zipper, Cutting Series, along with a basic discussion around the 2 Side Break.
Zak Boisvert enters his fifth year with the program after arriving at Army West Point in October 2016.
While at Maine, Boisvert saw the Black Bears win total jump from three in his first season to eight wins in his second. The Black Bears' resurgence was aided by an impressive batch of young talent with freshmen and sophomores accounting for 69% of the Black Bears' scoring (including the team's top four scorers) during the 2015-16 season. Maine had back-to-back America East All-Rookie team members (Kevin Little in 2014-15 and Issac Vann in 2015-16). Prior to the 2015-16 season, Boisvert was tabbed by Maine head coach Bob Walsh as the program's "Offensive Coordinator." The Black Bears quickly upped the pace, raising their scoring average from 60.4 points per game to 76.6. The 16.2 increase in points per game marked the largest season-to-season scoring jump in Division I between the two seasons.
Prior to Maine, Boisvert gathered three years of collegiate coaching experience at Iona and Fairleigh Dickinson.