joshschertz

Transition Offense & Quick Hitters

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Transition Offense & Quick Hitters

Description

If you want your team to become deadly in transition and beat your opponents with your fast pace of play, this course is a must to add to your arsenal. Legendary College Coach Josh Shertz will completely breaks down All Principles of Transition Offense - Starting from taking the posession of the ball off rebounds or steals - to finishing in primary or secondary break, and eventually flowing into the half-court offense. 

Basics of good transition offense is to play fast and push the ball forward, have great spacing and be agressive on finish, but also be cautious with your shot and make good decision, value the posession and be able to play in structured offense off your secondary break.  Coach Shertz covers all aspects of transition including:

  • Principles of Defensive Rebounding for Being a Step Ahead Of Transition Defense
  • Spacing That Allows All Players to Become A Threat 
  • Rules of the Outlet Pass To Supercharge Your Fast Break
  • How To Effectively Set Up Ball Screens in Primary and Secondary Break Without Slowing The Transition Down
  • Making Your Post Players a Threat in Secondary Break
  • Setting Up Pins To Creat Shots For Your Best Shooters In Transition
  • Offensive Progression From Primary Break to Secondary Break to Half Court Offense

Lessons

The Coach

Josh Schertz

Coach Josh Schertz is a three-time National Coach of the Year and just completed his 12th season as the head men’s basketball coach at Lincoln Memorial University
 
LMU has amassed a remarkable 286-64 (.817) record in 11 seasons under Schertz’s direction, which is currently the fifth-highest winning percentage for a head coach in college basketball history and is third-best among active head coaches with at least 10 years at the helm. The Railsplitters have won seven South Atlantic Conference regular-season titles during that span, along with four tournament championships. Schertz has been named the South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year a record six times (2011, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018) and is the only coach in league history to lead his team to multiple NCAA Division II Final Four appearances, including the 2016 National Championship game.

Coaching Achievements:

  • 1x NCAA D2 National finalist
  • 6x South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year
  • 2x NCAA D2 Final 4
  • 7x South Atlantic regular-season champion
  • 4x South Atlantic tournament champion
  • 8x NCAA tournament berths

Coaching Experience:

Year School Position
2008-Present Lincoln Memorial Head Coach
2003-2008 High Point Associate Head Coach
2001-2003 Queens University Associate Head Coach
1999-2001 Lynn University Recruiting Coordinator
1998-1999 Florida Atlantic Assistant Coach

 

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This Course Includes


24 hours on-demand video
Streaming from mobile and TV
Lifetime access
Certificate of completion
100% money back guarantee

Course Info


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Caterory: Basketball/Fast Break/Secondary
Bookings: 20
Duration:
Videos: 16