-The Read & React is a framework – the rules and reactions don’t change. But, when you change your emphasis of action, your formation, how you use your post players, or a variety of other things, you get a Variation on the R&R theme. It’s like jazz; the same rules are used throughout, but the songs always come out a bit differently (and keep the defense guessing).
-In 3 hours, 27 minutes, you’ll see 28 Variations that will add some additional dimensions to your Read & React.
|1||CHOP: 1 High Post and 1 Low Post|
|4||Screen the Screener|
|5||Advanced Post Slides|
|7||The Advantages of Staying on One Side|
|8||High Post Screens Wing or Corner|
|9||High Post: Guard in the Hole|
|10||High Post: The Utah Screen|
|12||Screen the Short Corner|
|16||Hunting Intelligent Drives|
|17||Multiple Staggered Screens|
|18||Power Dribble: Change of Speed|
|19||Pass, Cut, and Post Change of Tempo|
|20||Using Key Words to Control Actions: “5 Pound”|
|21||Using Role I.D. to Alter the Action|
|23||Variation and Ideas: For Operating the RR|
|24||Quick Hitter “Jayhawk”|
|25||Quick Hitter “Double”|
|26||Quick Hitter “Iso”|
|27||Quick Hitter “Power Twist”|
|28||Quick Hitter “Dive”|
Rick Torbett is the founder of BetterBasketball.com offering Basketball Instructional and Training Videos offering detailed teaching for coaches and players. Torbett is also the creator of the Read and React Offense, one of the most popular and successful basketball coaching series on the market.
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