Set Plays and Quickhitters in Transition

by Pete Gillen
Set Plays and Quickhitters in Transition


Set plays are one of the best ways to take advantage of a slacking defense. Whether it's on the baseline, in a motion offense or in transition it can be effective if run properly. Quick Hitters are easy points your team can score in transition with the use of set plays or finding the open player quickly. 


What is a set play? 

Setting plays are quick hitters, which score points at a crucial point during a game by a series of strategically planned movements. Typically, the sequence is run only once. During a fast break, it's important to move in a unit as fast as possible in order to catch the defense on their heels. 


In this course, Peter Gillen talks about taking advantage of the opposition by running set plays and making the most of the transition game by developing quick hitting counter plays. He gives an insight on how to incorporate drills to improve the team's transition. Everything you need to score easy buckets in transition is here! 


Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Learn how to run set plays and develop quick hitters in transition today! 


The Coach

Peter Joseph Gillen is an American former college basketball head coach of the Division I Xavier Musketeers, Providence Friars and Virginia Cavaliers and is a member of the New York City Basketball Hall of Fame. Gillen is currently a college basketball analyst with the CBS Sports Network. He was the MCC Coach of the Year 86' 87' 88' 89' 91'. 

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Caterory: Basketball/Fast Break/Secondary
Videos: 8