Ways to help improve your Offense and Defenseby Larry Shyatt
Ways to improve your overall game
No team ever decided to stop practicing after they knew how to play. It's a craft that you constantly have to practice. With the game being so fast paced it's quite difficult to have a perfect game offensively and well as defensively. When it comes to practice it is vital to the team's success to switch the workout plans, not only because it's good for the mind to not become stuck in routine but the body needs a new change of pace. We all know the saying “ you can't expect different results by doing the same thing”.
One aspect of the game that must always have some focus on is a team's transition game. With teams now being so fast paced, relentless on the court and creating spacing teams can take full advantage of a slow transition defense. It's one of the easiest ways to score an easy bucket.
On the offensive side it's important to be fast, space out and have someone behind you for an extra pass or rebound. On the defensive, it's absolutely crucial that at least 2 defenders sprint back and attempt to force at least 3 passes, giving the rest of the team time to get back and set into their defensive scheme.
Amongst many ways to improve your overall game, those are just a couple. You can now learn new ways to help your team. It's the areas that you don't train often that could be the difference. Introducing Lawrence Shyatt’s program..
**Ways to help improve your offense and defense training**
In this course, former coach of the Dallas Mavericks Lawrence Shyatt discusses how you can always be improving both your offense and defense. Everything from transition defense, special situational practice, free throws to changing up your practice plan.
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. You’ll know how to improve your team on the offensive and defensive!
Lawrence Alan Shyatt is an American Basketball Coach, formerly as an assistant coach of the Dallas Mavericks. Shyatt was previously the head coach at the university of Wyoming, head coach of Clemson university. He was the 98’ National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District 13 Coach of the Year as head coach at Wyoming, 98’ Western Athletic Conference Mountain Division Coach of the Year, and was named four times as the Top Assistant Coach in the Nation by the Basketball Times.