SHOOTERS SHOOT: OFF-BALL Screen Systems (International Basketball)by Luka Bassin #BassketSTUDIO
This course is dedicated to SHOOTERS. And #ShootersShoot. One of the most important tactical tasks of coach is to put your SHOOTERS into position to create, to SHOOT. If SHOOTERS just wait for SPOT UP shots, they will be effective and good, but real SHOOTERS look for situations and positions to SHOOT even more. Three-point shot is the key in today's basketball. It happened for the first time in history that, during NBA 2020 Play Off, more points were made with SHOTS from behind 3-point-line than from the paint. So, it is absolutely necessary to have systems where we will "free" our SHOOTERS and put them in positions to SHOOT.
In this course you will find 50 systems from International basketball, from top European teams such as Zalgiris, Real Madrid, Milano, Barcelona, Anadolu Efes, Virtus Bologna etc. and coaches such as Pablo Laso, Svetislav Pešić, Ioannis Sfairopoulos, Sarunas Jasikevicius, Ergin Ataman, Aleksandar Djordjević...
You will find sets:
- ELEVATOR DOOR SCREENS
- HAMMER SCREENS
- FLOPPY STAGGERS, CLASSIC STAGGERS
- SETS FROM "FAKE" PICK&ROLL ENTRIES
- SETS WITH "FALSE" MOTIONS
...and other PIN DOWNS and SCREEN AWAYS.
Luka Bassin is basketball coach from Slovenia / Europe (currently Player Development Coach in CEDEVITA Olimpija), who worked in youth teams of Olimpija (2009&2010 Junior EuroLeague Final 8) and the most famous Slovenian High school - Gimnazija Bežigrad. Later he worked as Head coach in Slovenian Division 1 and 2. For 5 years (between 2013 - 2018) was Assistant coach of Olimpija, the most famous Slovenian team (EuroCup, FIBA CL). Also worked as an Assistant coach with Slovenia U20 (2005 - 2007) and B national team (2014 - 2016). 13 years of professional playing experience in Slovenia in Division's 1A, 1B, 2nd, 3rd and international "Korać Cup". 4th best scorer in Division 1B (1997-98). Dunking contest participant in Slovenian All-Star game (3rd in 1994-95, 4th in 1992-93). Won three Slovenian U18 championships as a player (1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90) and one in U16 (1987-88). Yugoslavian U16 Champion in 1987-88. Graduate of University of Ljubljana, 1997, "Organization of modern European basketball clubs". Faculty of Sports, University of Ljubljana (1991-97).