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The Encyclopedia on Spread Offense17,95 $
Are you looking for an offense that is built on versatility? Do you have a roster of players that are interchangeable? Do you lack a real low post threat? Then the Spread Offense Playbook is for you.
The Spread Offense is a position-less offense that is perfect for teams that have interchangeable pieces that excel at all spots and big men that are skilled, who can drive, pass, and shoot. It can be a matchup nightmare for opponents. It is designed to spread the defense out, pulls opponents, big men, away from the rim, makes them guard on the perimeter, and take advantage of mismatches.
In this Spread Offense playbook, you will receive 90 pages of Spread Offense from two of the hottest coaches in the NCAA- Oklahoma State’s Brad Underwood and Oregon’s Dana Altman.
Brad Underwood has used the Spread Offense to rise in his head-coaching career. Underwood came to OSU following a three-year stay at Stephen F. Austin that ranks as one of the best starts to a head-coaching career in college basketball history. With his most recent NCAA Tournament run at SFA, Underwood improved his career record to 89-14, tied with Coach Brad Stevens for the most wins by a head coach in his first three seasons at a NCAA school. While winning three consecutive Southland Conference Coach of the Year titles, Coach Brad Underwood led SFA Lumberjacks to the two longest winning streaks in Southland Conference history. Coach Underwood piled up a 53-1 record in conference play during his three years in Nacogdoches, Texas. Coach Underwood was on every athletic director’s list that was hiring coaches when his team beat the VCU Rams in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Coach Underwood was known for defensive at SFA, but they had a great assist-oriented offense there. The Oklahoma State Cowboys are currently ranked second in the country in Adjusted Offense at 125.3 points per 100 possessions.
Dana Altman’s Oregon Ducks have ranked in the top ten and one win away from winning the Pac 12 Conference in back to back seasons. Coach Altman has 19 consecutive winning season and is in elite status from doing just that. The only coaches that have completed that task are Tom Izzo, Roy Williams, Bill Self, Jim Boeheim, and Mike Krzyzewski. Coach Altman won more games in his six seasons at Oregon than any other coach. He is 154-64 at Oregon and 564-307 for his career at Marshall, Kansas State, Creighton, and Oregon. He has guided the Ducks to six 20 win seasons, and that includes four consecutive NCAA Tournaments. Coach Altman’s teams have been in the Elite Eight and two sweet sixteen appearances.
Get the offensive ideas of two of the best offensive coaches in the country and improve your team’s offensive versatility today.17,95 $
Arizona State University Sun Devils Playbook14,95 $
Who is Bobby Hurley?
Bobby Hurley is the NCAA’s all-time assist leader and former point guard for Duke that won a national championship in 1991 and 1992. He played for Coach Mike Krzyzewski at Duke University.
It looks like Coach Hurley is once again running one of the best shows in college basketball. Arizona State University is ranked fourth in the Associated Press Top 25. They didn’t get one vote in the preseason ranking which is understandable after the Sun Devils have been 30-35 in the last two years.
This season the Sun Devils are 12-1, and their only loss was to Arizona which is a conference rival and callous game. The Arizona State University Sun Devils beat Kansas at Allen Fieldhouse which never happens.
About the Arizona State University Sun Devils Offense?
Coach Hurley has his players playing fast, shooting a lot of threes and averaging 91.8 points per game. They have four wins over teams ranked in the top 50 (Kansas, St. John’s, Xavier, and Kansas State).
The Sun Devils are playing a new freewheeling style, turning around their program, and leaning on their coaching influences. They have a new trademark: Guard U.
The Arizona State University Sun Devils are spreading out the floor so their guards can drive or shoot it. The offense is making it a tough match-up with traditional teams with bigs. They are playing guys that would be a 3 or 4 anywhere else in the post slot.
The Sun Devils are spacing teams out in a unique way where they can get to the rim, make plays or shoot open three’s.
What is in the Arizona State University Sun Devils Playbook?
This playbook includes over 55 sets that Coach Hurley ran the last three years at Arizona State University.
It includes their:
* Ballscreen Offense series
* Horns series
* Backdoor series
* Zipper series
* Zone Offense
* And a creative set of 13 baseline out of bounds series
* Numerous other assorted man plays, press breakers and EOG plays.
These set plays will allow your team the ability to spread out your opponent and score in a variety of options for your best players.14,95 $
Marc Hart’s DDM for High School Teams19,95 $
135 pages that reveal the hidden secrets and revolutionary ways to implement the Dribble Drive Motion Offense for your high school basketball team!
As you scan every word and diagram of this playbook you will begin to discover the new ways to make it easy to implement on your team.
Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could compete with anyone in your league? DDM is the Goliath killer!
Little by little you begin to learn how Dribble Drive Motion Offense works and how to implement it.
Absolute fact: many studies have proven that shooting layups and threes are higher percentage shots than mid-range shots.
When you place your order for our playbooks, you’ll feel the power that comes from learning from the best of the best in the basketball community.
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Envision yourself being able to hold a championship trophy like Coach Hart. Imagine being able to try out a product without any risk. Now it’s a reality!19,95 $
How to Attack the Pack-Line Defense Playbook17,95 $
Packline Defense Rules are an effective strategy to beat it!
What are the Pack-Line Defense Rules?
The Pack-Line Defense Rules are an offensive basketball strategy that can be employed to beat the effectiveness of this defense. The pack-line defense rules are layed out in this 180 page “Attack the Pack” Playbook.
What is the Pack-Line Defense?
Dick Bennett made the Pack-line defense famous when he coached for the Washington State University Cougars, and his son Tony Bennett uses it at the University of Virginia. Several other NCAA D1 coaches that use the pack-line defense are Chris Mack (Xavier) and Sean Miller (Arizona)
What is the Pack-Line Defense trying to accomplish?
The pack line defense pressures the basketball while the other four defensive men stay inside a line around the 17-foot mark away from the basket. The off-ball defensive members try to give help on dribble-drive and stop the kick and shoot. Too many coaches think that they can shoot enough three-point shots to beat the pack-line defense. The Pack defenders try to play cutters and screens with passion and try to force a slower tempo with fewer offensive possessions.
You will want to buy this “Attack the Pack” Playbook! Most high schools run some version of the pack-line defense. Don’t you want to know what to do when the pack-line defense is physical and well-positioned with your team?
It’s no fun to play the pack-line defense, but now you will know how to attack it. Check it out today!17,95 $
NBA Skill Development Playbook17,95 $
All coaches can benefit from the unique drills and philosophies shown on this NBA Skill Development Playbook. Footwork is a big key for player development as Coach Peterman shares post secrets from the NBA. Also, Coach Peterman analyzes the idea of competitiveness, commitment and cutting discipline. A distinction is made between an individual workout and skill development. The NBA Skill Development Playbook shows the NBA’s knowledge on skill development. Weak hand development, playing through contact and contesting shots are discussed. The NBA Skill Development Playbook also has quality shooting workout feature from several NBA teams to develop shooters. This outstanding NBA Skill Development Playbook prepares coaches to hit the floor and maximize their time and their player’s potential. Every coach, regardless of level, must see this thought-provoking presentation on skill development.
It has 102 pages of NBA skill development that concerns pick and roll, guard drills, post play drills, shooting development, NBA man defense tips, as well as full court and half court defensive techniques.17,95 $
Ultimate NCAA Zone Offense Playbook17,95 $
I am proud to release the “Ultimate NCAA Zone Offense Playbook”. It is a playbook that has 123 plays versus zones. It has 71 NCAA zone set plays. It has zone offensive plays from all the major conferences. It includes the SEC, Big Ten, ACC, Big 12, Pac 10, and mid-major conferences. As a bonus, I have included 9 NCAA zone blobs, 8 NBA zone offenses, 3 Euro-league zone offenses, and 32 dribble drive motion offense zone set plays. It is packed with information!
It includes the X’s and O’s of zone offensive set plays from Mark Few – Gonzaga, Tom Izzo – Michigan State, Darrin Horn – South Carolina Gamecocks, Thad Matta – Ohio State, Travis Ford – Oklahoma State, Mike Krzyzewski – Duke Blue Devils, Sean Miller – Arizona, and many more other coaches.
The Ultimate Zone Offense has 123 pages of zone offense that is totally packed with information. You get an insider's view into the NCAA, NBA, and Euro-league. You will be able to take advantage of any type of zone defense. Every basketball team has a certain “go-to” player who can make certain shots when needed. Each set play will show you how to get your best player the ball in their favorite postions. You will be walked through the basic set for each play and how it needs to be run, the different options, reads and counters to put your team in position to score. The Ultimate Zone Offense Playbook reveals nine out-of-bounds plays that will help you score versus a zone defense under the basket. The 71 NCAA set plays can be utilized and take advantage of a 2-3 and 1-2-2 zone defenses. This is the best zone quick-hitter playbook to hit the market in years! This is a must for any coach’s library!17,95 $
Top NCAA Basketball Coaches Playbook17,95 $
CBS had a poll this past summer of the NCAA Top Basketball Coaches in the college basketball, and it was voted on by their peers. The NCAA Top Basketball Coaches Playbook has over 300 set plays from the top coaches in the NCAA. This playbook comes from that survey, and you will see some unique styles of play where anyone can get something out of this playbook.
The Michigan Wolverines Head Coach John Beilein runs a Princeton-hybrid offense that uses ball screens and great execution of set plays to flow into their motion offense. Coach Beilein’s original ideas along with NBA & NCAA methods allow his teams to flourish in the NCAA Tournament.
Bo Ryan just retired this past year from the Wisconsin Badgers head job, but his team still runs the legendary swing offense that causes the opposition tons of problem. They run their offense and use counters & set plays to mix it up.
Coach Mike Krzyzewski of the Duke Blue Devils is at the top of the list of successful coaches in NCAA Division 1 history. Coach Mike Krzyzewski has also coached the Olympic nation team to a Gold Medal on more than one occasion. Coach K’s ability to adapt to the changing times is what makes him unique. They use a lot of Horns and Elbow actions that you see in the NBA at Duke right now.
Former Vanderbilt Head Coach Kevin Stallings runs a similar style of play like John Beilein. Coach Stallings has taken his different offense to the University of Pittsburgh, and I expect him to do great things there. Coach Stallings does an excellent job of blending and adding counters to his motion offense.
Most coaches run set plays, but some of the best offenses are ones that are random and have no pattern. Davidson’s Bob McKillop and BYU’s Dave Rose run different styles of motion but have similar actions with spacing, dribble hand-offs, and ball screens. Notre Dame’s Mike Brey has his own unique style too. All of the coaches bring something different to the table regarding their offense. You can win basketball games a variety of ways.
Here is the breakdown of set plays in this playbook:
• Michigan Wolverines (John Beilein)-80 Set plays
• Davidson Wildcats (Bob McKillop)-35 Set plays
• Wisconsin Badgers (Bo Ryan)-45 Set plays
• Gonzaga Bulldogs (Mark Few)-31 Set plays
• Duke Blue Devils (Mike Krzyzewski)-56 Set plays
• BYU Cougars (Dave Rose)-21 Set plays
• Notre Dame Fighting Irish (Mike Brey)-32 Set plays
• Vanderbilt Commodores (Kevin Stallings)-26 Set plays17,95 $
Brad Stevens Butler Ball Screen Offense Playbook17,95 $
We would like to introduce you to the Brad Steven’s Ball Screen Playbook. It’s an 81 page playbook that is unlike anything that you have seen before. This playbook will describe the butler ball screen basics, how to utilize the ball screen, teaching points in the offense, and how to utilize your personnel. It has 40 plus ball screen set plays in it.17,95 $
Temple Match-Up Zone Defense17,95 $
I have another new eBook to release to you. It is the Temple Match-up Zone Defense eBook. I have watched more than 100 hours of footage on the Temple Match-up Zone Defense. I have talked with former assistant coaches and players from Temple and compiled my notes into an eBook that is the only one on the market. You can’t find this information anywhere else. It took me over 40 hours to just put this eBook together and assemble it.
If you don’t know much about match-up zones then here you go. It is the “knuckleball of defenses.” You don’t see many people run a match-up zone all game so it is totally hard to prepare for it. Temple University’s basketball team use to spend at least sixty percent or more of practice on the zone and the rest on offense. Temple’s team in the NCAA Tournament was the one that opponents feared to face since it was so unique.
Here are some reasons to run it:
1. There are no holes in a match-up zone defense.
2. There is a greater awareness on help and ballside defense.
3. Constant ball pressure will reap benefits.
4. Zone doesn’t equal “rest.”
5. Time is on your side.
6. Teams never see it on a regular basis so it is hard to simulate in practice.
7. It wreaks havoc on post players.17,95 $
Encyclopedia of Pack Line Defense17,95 $OK, now that the Super Bowl is over and the endless analysis fading, attention will slowly turn back to the court. March Madness is looming on the horizon… One of the teams expected to be there, the University of Virginia, happens to have one of the top defenses in the country. Period. And there’s a reason for that… The man at the helm is Head Coach Tony Bennett. (You may know that his father, Dick Bennett was the man who created the Pack Line Defense.) Well… It just so happens, we now have access to the University of Virginia’s “Encyclopedia of Pack Line Defense”. And the name could not be more accurate. This just released playbook contains EVERYTHING you need to know about this incredibly effective approach – as it is employed by Coach Bennett at UV. From key areas to positions and techniques to drills covering multiple scenarios…it’s all here. Over 70 pages of Pack Line Defense expertise! Remember: Even if you don’t use the Pack Line Defense…you will undoubtedly have to face it. Be ready! Committed to your success! Coach Scott Peterman P.S. Having this defensive playbook – as used by the guys at the top – is a fantastic opportunity.17,95 $
Encyclopedia of Pick and Roll Defense17,95 $
This Encyclopedia of Pick and Roll Defense ebook contains detailed drills, techniques, and coverages for defending the pick and roll. The comprehensive, step-by-step coverages detailed out by Coach Peterman are crucial to any coaching arsenal. Hope you enjoy!17,95 $
"Meet the Press" Playbook17,95 $
MEET THE PRESS
Are you looking for another competitive edge over your opponents?
Are you looking to add more points to your scoring average?
Are you looking for a way to add excitement to your games?
If so, then:
MEET THE PRESS
Throughout the years many coaches have utilized defensive pressure to great success. John Wooden and his famed 2-2-1 press. Rick Pitino and his matchup press. Shaka Smart and his HAVOC defense at VCU. All of these coaches have realized that defensive pressure can provide that edge that can resurrect a program, give programs an identity and create an atmosphere that will help lead to victories and championships. As written in Philippians 3:13, “I press on toward the goal for the prize.”
This book will give a coach the teaching points and keys to success to become a 94 foot pressing team. Many coaches have a saying, “you can’t press all game and be consistently successful.” That saying is partly true. It just needs to be amended to, “You can’t press the same way all game and be consistently successful. Those three words make all the difference. This book will give each coach a series of CHANGE AND CHOKE CALLS that will increase your defensive arsenal, confuse opponents and take your defense from good to GREAT. A Coach will also be able to change the coverage and pick up points throughout the game. This system takes three of the most lethal full court attacks: 1-2-1-1, 2-2-1 and Run and Jump, wraps them into one complete system that is easy to learn and easy to teach. There are over 15 drills included that will give every coach a great library of drills to draw from while working on the press defense. These drills will cover any and all aspects of the keys to success within this system.17,95 $
Encyclopedia of Blocker Mover Offense17,95 $
As you know by now…the Virginia Cavaliers are #1 for the first time since 1982, with Coach Tony Bennett leading the charge.
Let’s see… Only coach to win 16 conference games in consecutive seasons in ACC history. One of three to achieve back-to-back 30-win seasons. 2-time National Coach of the Year.
You get the idea… It’s not a huge surprise to most, since Coach Tony Bennett has been regarded as the best defensive coach in college basketball for years, but… Just as important – his motion offense is incredibly efficient.
Well, this week, we’ve broken down his “blocker mover” offense for you, and explained it all in the info-packed 82-page “encyclopedia.”
• Scoring Areas
• Screening Breakdowns
• Half Court Zone Offense
• Post Play
And more… It’s all here…
See you courtside,
Scott “the playbook guy” Peterman
P.S. As you can tell, we are making a focused effort to bring you THE most current playbooks in the sport. In addition, over the next few weeks, you will also notice another change…
We will be augmenting your playbook arsenal with theme-based “bundles” intended to save you hours of research and help you lead your teams to the top!
You’ll find everything in one place. Right here.17,95 $
Brad Stevens Boston Celtics Playbook15,00 $
This Brad Stevens Boston Celtics Playbook contains over 60 plays straight from the Boston Celtics offense. There are separate sections for out-of-bounds plays and those end-of-game sets that Coach Stevens is known for. Every team that Brad Stevens coaches executes brilliantly and all of his most complicated sets are broken down so you can run them with your own team. Hope you enjoy!15,00 $
Best of Special Teams Playbook17,95 $
Tom Izzo, head basketball coach at Michigan State and football fanatic, has always stressed the importance of being detailed in every facet of the game. You will see it all in this special teams playbook.
Drawing wisdom from Hall of Fame coaches, from Vince Lombardi to Mike Ditka, who have all stressed the importance and impact that “Special Teams” have on the outcome of games, Izzo firmly believes that “Special Teams” have been a key ingredient in the program’s success for decades.
Knowing that so many games are decided by one to two possessions or less and that the majority of NCAA Tournament games are decided by even less, there is increased focus on five areas that make up “Special Teams.”
1. Jump ball situations
2. Baseline out-of-bounds
3. Sideline out-of-bounds
4. Free throw situations
5. After time-out plays
In this Special Teams playbook, we examine three of these areas and what some of the most efficient teams of the past several years are running in these situations.
The special teams playbook contains 210 basketball plays from 40 different NCAA teams:
• After timeout (ATO) half court man offense
• After timeout (ATO) half court zone offense
• Baseline out of bounds (BLOBs) vs. man
• Baseline out of bounds (BLOBs) vs. zone
• Sideline out of bounds (SLOB)
Teams included in the playbook...
After timeout (ATO) vs. MAN (96 Plays):
2017 UCLA 1.124 PPP (Points per Possession)
2017 La Salle 1.103 PPP
2017 Arizona State 1.071 PPP
2017 UConn 1.062 PPP
2014 Belmont* 1.045 PPP
2014 Creighton* 1.043 PPP
2015 Wisconsin* 1.033 PPP
2016 Notre Dame* 1.032 PPP
2016 Virginia* 1.032 PPP
2015 BYU* 1.024 PPP
2015 Northern Iowa * 1.023 PPP
2014 Michigan* 1.021 PPP
2016 Villanova** 1.019 PPP
2016 Saint Mary’s 1.016 PPP
After timeout (ATO) vs. ZONE (17 Plays):
2017 UNC Wilmington 1.448 PPP
2015 Delaware 1.417 PPP
2014 Utah State 1.414 PPP
2017 Harvard 1.357 PPP
2016 Virginia* 1.281 PPP
2014 Creighton* 1.277 PPP
2014 San Francisco 1.246 PPP
2016 Kentucky* 1.222 PPP
BLOBs vs MAN (59 Plays):
2017 Virginia 1.198 PPP
2017 Gonzaga 1.196 PPP
2017 Villanova 1.151 PPP
2016 North Florida* 1.147 PPP
2015 Notre Dame* 1.143 PPP
2016 Northern Iowa* 1.130 PPP
2015 Vanderbilt 1.102 PPP
2015 Weber State 1.091 PPP
2015 Davidson* 1.081 PPP
2014 Duke* 1.072 PPP
2016 Illinois 1.061 PPP
2016 Iowa State* 1.041 PPP
2016 Georgetown 1.022 PPP
2013 Creighton* 1.010 PPP
BLOBs vs ZONE (15 Plays):
2016 IPFW 1.929 PPP
2017 Texas A&M 1.667 PPP
2017 Florida 1.625 PPP
2017 Kansas State 1.611 PPP
2016 Northern Iowa * 1.522 PPP
2014 Iona 1.485 PPP
2017 Gonzaga 1.462 PPP
2015 Duke** 1.359 PPP
2016 BYU 1.259 PPP
2014 Michigan* 1.259 PPP
SLOBs (22 Plays):
2017 La Salle 1.280 PPP
2014 Lafayette 1.222 PPP
2016 Villanova** 1.176 PPP
2016 Michigan State* 1.157 PPP
2015 Indiana * 1.139 PPP
2016 Kansas * 1.125 PPP
2015 Notre Dame* 1.118 PPP
*NCAA Tournament Team
Get this playbook now and use the plays used by some of NCAA’s best coaches like Mike Krzyzewski, Tom Izzo, Bo Ryan, Jay Wright, Tony Bennett, John Calipari, and many others.17,95 $
2017 EuroBasket Playbook14,95 $
“An in-depth look at the X’s and O’s behind the 2017 EuroBasket Tournament…” Check out the Slovenia Coach Igor Kokoskov (NBA Utah Jazz Assistant) that won it all!
Slovenia and Head Coach Igor Kokoskov was supposed to be an afterthought and not win the 2017 EuroBasket Tournament. They had Luka Donic that is talented and will be on an NBA roster next season, but Goran Dragic was the only NBA player on their roster. Most experts had Ukraine beating them in the first round.
The Slovenia team lead all teams in offensive efficiency in the 2017 EuroBasket Tournament. They beat Latvia – Kristaps Porzingis and Davis Bertans, and a Spain team comprised of Pau and Marc Gasol, Willy and Juancho Hernangomez, Ricky Rubio, and Alex Abrines. They beat the Spain team by 20 points.
Who’s Igor Kokoskov?
Igor Kokoskov has a reputation as one of the most well-rounded coaches in the NBA, as well as one of the most experienced. Quin Snyder calls him one of the most respected offensive minds in the NBA. He is also an excellent skill development coach that is recognized by the veterans in the league.
About Slovenia’s Offense
Kokoskov’s offense has a heavy emphasis on point guard play because he wants his point guard to be making the decisions. Mike D’Antoni and Alvin Gentry call him “one of the brightest minds in the NBA.” Former player Earl Boykins loved Kokoskov’s point guard-focused offense.
He trusts and relies on his point guards offensively. Kokoskov was instrumental with Steve Nash and Goran Dragic. His offense is very efficient in points per game and sharing the basketball.
That is just one part of the 2017 EuroBasket Tournament Playbook! You will learn all the adaptations that you need to implement all these tactics to give your team a chance to score clean lay-ups!
Over 125 plays from the 2017 EuroBasket Tournament! Suprise your opponents with new action after Christmas break!14,95 $
Elite Pro Basketball Training Workouts15,00 $
Elite Pro Basketball Training Workouts Playbook will develop your players in the best way! It’s great workouts for all postions. Check it out!
In any profession….it is known that if we do what the pros do, then we will be successful. This can be said to be true for basketball as well. The blessing in our game is that we have easy access to view what NBA players are doing daily. Whether it be on TV, tablet, or phone….the NBA is everywhere. It allows our players and us to study “the best” and implement their ways into ours. However, just watching doesn’t always guarantee an easy plug in and play opportunity.
Sometimes it takes a trained eye to understand the timing and reasoning behind any play, or even any action (down a screen, pick and roll, etc.) for that matter. Many times they are layered into reversals or other actions as well, which is the reason for the Elite Pro Basketball Training Workouts Playook. It is a compilation of game actions turned into drills for all levels to use. Regardless of a player’s ability, experience, or position. It takes out the guesswork of figuring how to use it with a player of a lower level, as well as designing the drill for the coach to use immediately.
This Elite Pro Basketball Training Workouts book is tons of hours of game film study on each NBA player used, all done from the trained eye of NBA trainer Tim Springer who has worked with players such as George Hill and CJ Miles. Tim has helped numerous WNBA and European pro players as well. His experience is an invaluable part of this book.
There is such a broad range of players in the book; coaches will be able to apply specific drills to what works with for their players. No matter your system or personnel there is something for everyone, as well as give their player someone to study at home and inspire them to emulate.
Whether it is the shooting of Steph Curry or the inside presence of Anthony Davis…it’s all in there, ready for you to implement in practice today! Check out the Elite Pro Basketball Training Workouts Playbook today!15,00 $
NBA Brooklyn Nets Playbook17,95 $
What do you know about the Brooklyn Nets Offense and its second-year coach, Kenny Atkinson?
Coach Atkinson has developed the Brooklyn Nets Offense into a player-friendly read and attack system. I think that the Nets Offense is a glimpse into the future, so you better check it out. If you aren’t running this offense, then you will be defending against it soon.
Last year, the Brooklyn Nets led the NBA in pace and ranked high in other offense-volume statistics. Coach Atkinson has developed a system that can be used even with roster turnover in future basketball seasons.
The Brooklyn Nets Offense uses ball movement, spacing, and teamwork. There are no set plays, but the only initial movement. The Nets have to read the defense to find the best shot for their team. Each different set has numerous options in it.
160 NBA Actions for you to digest! Buy it here!
Where does the Brooklyn Nets Offense come from?
The primary system comes from Mike Budenholzer. Several of the Nets' key actions come from the Atlanta Hawks Playbook, but with their own Brooklyn style. Coach Atkinson runs a motion offense that is free-flowing and very fast paced. The coaches encourage each player to shoot his shot if he is open.
Most of the Brooklyn Nets Offense has two primary actions: strong and weak.
In the strong set, they reverse the ball side to side, with a post player on the block and the wing in the opposite corner.
The weak set is where the post-up player and corner player are on the same side of the court. This type of set will allow a quick point guard to open up the offense.
The Nets Offense will also use the Horns set, pick and pop, and pick and roll type sets.
The main thing that I noticed from the Nets offense is that encourages players to create and attack the defense. Any player can bring the ball up and start up the offense. Some big men even bring the ball up. There are no bad shots, just bad decisions.
Coach Kenny Atkinson’s offense doesn’t limit players, but it expands their game, and the players welcome it.
Why should your team look at this Brooklyn Nets Offense?
The Nets are treating this NBA franchise like a “program.” They are following the San Antonio Spurs approach where you can plug anyone in their system, and they can run it. The offense is involved, but it will pay off in the end for your team.
Kenny Atkinson comes from the Gregg Popovich coaching tree and is a child of the Mike D’Antoni tree too. The offense will be the fastest pace in the NBA. This attack will allow a team that is devoid of stars and sheet talent to succeed.
The Brooklyn Nets are finally modern. It’s your time now!17,95 $
NBA Houston Rockets Playbook17,95 $
The Rockets now have faith in their system now after they just had a 55-win season and number three seed happen this year. Everything is based off shot selection and the way that they play. The players believe that their shots are going in and that the system will take them to the NBA championship.
The NBA Houston Rockets are a basketball laboratory that is conducting experiments using the boundaries of current offensive efficiency. The Houston franchise set three-point records and don't take mid-range shots this past year. The NBA has been trending in this direction for years, and the Rockets have taken the movement by storm. The NBA Houston Rockets shot 500 more threes than the Cleveland Cavaliers who shot the second-most threes this season. They only took 579 mid-range shots inside the arc this year which was the lowest among all 30 teams. Four players around the NBA have taken more mid-range shots than the Houston Rockets.
The Rockets push the tempo and don't have a traditional big man who helps them to have a quicker pace than the other team is use to playing. The Rockets had the fifth best offensive rating of all time. Mike D'Antoni says that they can play a lot better. When they hired Mike D'Antoni and his Seven Seconds or less offense from the mid-2000s Phoenix Suns, they have had success this year. The three point shot is a HUGE weapon now.
Coach D'Antoni has James Harden playing point guard which he had never done. D'Antoni used all his tricks and convinced him that he would be great at it. James Harden was the first player to score and assist for 2,000 points in a season. Harden's playmaking help players like Ryan Anderson and Eric Gordon, who could hit the three point shot. If the defense shifts to help, then they could spot up behind the three-point line and knock it down. If the defense stayed home, Capela could dunk on the roll. Harden had two choices: open threes or easy dunks.
This offensive playbook will allow you to ramp up your offense even higher with scoring more points and launching open three point shots. This system is built on analytics. You don't need superstars to hit open shots.
This system will allow you to have runs against all kinds of talented teams. There is a science to the madness. This mathematical strategy is proven that Threes are better than Twos. This NBA Houston Rockets approach to the three-point will allow your team to position your team better for next year. The data-driven approach is proven by tangible evidence and grounded in mathematics.
Check out this NBA Houston Rockets Playbook today!17,95 $
The Variable Triangle Offense Playbook15,00 $
The Triangle Offense came to fame in the 1990’s and early 2000’s as the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers used it to win 11 NBA Championships in a 20 year period. Add in another handful of NCAA Women’s Basketball Championships that Connecticut and Stanford won using the offense, and it’s easy to see that success and the Triangle Offense go hand in hand.
The basis of the Variable Triangle Offense is establishing a triangle on the ball side of the floor and making reads based on how the defense is playing. The genius of this offense is that no matter what the defense is trying to do, there is an option within the offense to exploit it. Each read in the offense triggers its own unique sequence of actions, which are effective but simple to learn.
This playbook includes 50 pages of detailed diagrams to walk you through the Variable Triangle Offense and all of its options. Included are specific breakdown drills to work on each individual action involved in the offense. In addition, there are three different variations of the Triangle Offense included in the playbook to best fit your personnel: 4 out 1 in, 3 out 2 in, and Cutters. The Triangle Offense is very adaptable to your team’s individual strengths. The Bulls used the Triangle to highlight the skills of Michael Jordan, while the Lakers were able to run the same offense through Shaq on the block. So no matter what kind of team you have, the Triangle can be used to accentuate your strengths.
Don’t delay in buying this playbook today. Using this as a guide, you will be able to install the Variable Triangle Offense in a very short amount of time and use the breakdown drills to fine tune it to your liking.15,00 $
Utah Jazz Playbook15,00 $
I’m going to keep this short today…
While the basketball world is pretty much focused on the college scene right now, many of us noticed the Utah Jazz ripping off 10 wins in a row recently.
Quin Snyder and the Jazz are pretty well known for their defense but today, we have a bit of a change of pace for you.
We just gain access to the complete nearly 100-page long Utah Jazz playbook! Let’s face it…even if you pull one awesome nugget of information or insight from this playbook, it is 100% worth it!
Having worked under Coach K at Duke and Ettore Messina with CSKA Moscow, you know this stuff is going to be ‘dialed in’!
Need another glance to convince you? Here you go…
If you want to get your hands on this, just click on the THE LINK!
See you courtside, Scott “Inside Look” Peterman
P.S. Do NOT miss my emails over the next week or so leading up the March Madness!
I’m just sayin’…it would be a mistake? Hint…Hint…15,00 $
Boston Celtics Offense: Pace, Space, and Pick-N-Pop17,95 $
Brad Stevens and the Boston Celtics aren’t using one particular system like the Princeton Offense or Read & React Offense. They are using parts of all the best systems and piecing it together to make it all original.
Pete Carril associates to the Princeton Offense, just like Tex Winter with the Triangle Offense. Phil Jackson is known for using the Triangle offense when he coached with the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers.
This Brad Stevens Half Court Offense uses a ton of-of attack options with the best thing being ball movement. The Half Court Offense starts when they begin each possession.
The Triangle Offense and Princeton Offense have a post player and guard on the weak side. The other players are on the strong side and can pass the ball to the weak side position player who would trigger a two man game. The other players would make a series of movement that isolates the wing, which is usually the best player.
The Triangle Offense won because they would usually have skilled basketball players like Michael Jordan or Kobe Bryant playing in that system. They were best in isolation.
Brad Stevens doesn’t have great players on his team. He got creative and had come up with an incredibly uptempo game plan that is very effective against today’s NBA defense. Most NBA teams run the (ICE) defense on the pick & roll. The Boston Celtics Offense was created to use his player’s strengths and not their weaknesses. Pace and Space are what most NBA analysts call Brad Steven’s Offense.
Pace and Space
Pace means the tempo of the basketball game. Pace also means the number of offensive possession in an NBA game being 48 minutes. The Boston Celtics played at the fifth highest speed last season. They averaged 98.4 possessions every 48 minutes.
Space means the team’s ability to stretch out the defense on offense. You have to maximize your spacing to get three point options on the floor. If you can draw post defenders outside the lane, then you will open up the paint for cutters and higher percentage shots near the basket.
Brad Stevens used his “Pace and Space” Offense to make one of the league’s most exciting offenses out there. They are extremely efficient in scoring while they have a limited team in overall talent. The Boston Celtics were able to land an NBA playoff berth last year.
The NBA Three-Point Options
Stretch Four Post Players are getting more common in the NBA. They can bring their defender out on the floor and make the defense spaced out. If you have a stretch four that can shoot the ball, then you will win HUGE.
This Pace and Space Offense will have something that you can use on your team to create space and play winning basketball. Check it out today! You will want this basketball coaching playbook in your coaching library. Make sure to check out Brad Stevens and the Boston Celtics this season.17,95 $
Marshall Chaos’ Offense - Dan D’Antoni Playbook15,00 $
Got less talent on the floor? Try this playbook ASAP
Unless you’ve been blinded by the Loyola run, you likely caught the Marshall Thundering Herd breaking a 30 year NCAA drought…using – shall we say – slightly less talent than many other teams.
NOTE: The playbook described below has serious “real world” applications for you.
We’ve all been in this position.
You’re playing a team that is CLEARLY faster and more talented.
You’ve got your work cut out for you…
No one wants to see a blowout…
This is a time where you need to go off-script…because the usual script will get you crushed!
Dan D’Antoni found himself in EXACTLY this position when he took over at Marshall.
By removing the post, clearing out the lane and focusing on high percentage shots only, he has successfully neutralized the talent difference on the court.
Now you can do the same…
Of course, Marshall’s improbable run didn’t happen overnight…it took YEARS to bring about.
Dan took his NBA experience (with brother Mike), and in a just a few short years, marched the Herd back to the NCAA tournament riding what some coaches call a “Chaos Offense”.
And guess what…
This week’s feature playbook lets you start doing the same thing.
Here you have 78 pages designed to prevent you from getting embarrassed on the court by more dominant teams.
Sound like something you need in your toolbox? I thought so…
See you courtside,
P.S. Let’s face it coach…this is NOT just some cool playbook to grab just because some team is riding high.
This one may very well save your butt.
7 Seconds or Less Offense17,95 $
Here is my newest eBook in the Basketball Secrets Unleashed Series: “7 seconds or less” offensive playbook. This offensive playbook consists of the secondary break, quick hitters, and half-court sets that have been developed by the Phoenix Suns and New York Knicks. It has a tremendous wealth of knowledge on how they would play the Run and Gun style that has been bought to Phoenix and New York.
You have to get your players to buy into this up-tempo style. Everyone loves to play up-tempo, but it takes getting your players into tremendous shape. This style of offense will be something that your players can buy into really quickly. It will be great for you, your players, and fans. Administrators want an up-tempo game, because they can sell it better to the fans.
This offensive system comes to New York after helping take the Phoenix Suns to four straight 50-plus win seasons and three Pacific Division Championships. This playbook is the high-octane offensive game that made the Suns one of the most dynamic and crowd-pleasing teams in recent NBA history.
After the Olympics, the Coach of Duke incorporated some of the NBA coach’s innovative offensive techniques to allow Duke to spread the floor and maximize the talent of its wing players, most notably Gerald Henderson and Kyle Singler. You will be able to see this Duke Offense during the next several weeks of March Madness.
SI.com’s Jack McCallum writes that Mike D’Antoni is “the man credited with reinvigorating fast-break basketball in a league gone stale.”
This playbook has 104 plays in it and is 168 pages long. I hope that you enjoy this eBook and understand that this is an extremely up-tempo game and a style of play that could take your team to the next level. I hope that you enjoy.17,95 $
NBA Denver Nuggets Playbook17,95 $
Discover how to relentlessly ATTACK even the most unforgiving defenses (and have them at your mercy) using George Karl’s proven version of the “Dribble Drive Motion Offense” system.
Gain access to the EXACT plays used by NBA powerhouse Denver Nuggets to become one of the fastest teams on the planet!
There’s something to be said about watching fast-paced teams play…
…you look at teams like the Phoenix Suns (when they had Nash/Stoudemire), Oklahoma City Thunder, Miami Heat, Los Angeles Clippers…..
They all move the ball up and down the court within a matter of seconds and the offensive action and ball movement never stops.
I don’t care what kind of defense you’re up against; if you have them scrambling from side-to-side, trying to guard against penetration and then rushing towards the 3-point line to contest outside jumpers…
…your team’s offense is winning the battle.
Of course, you have to make the shots to actually put points up on the board, but the more shots you get at the rim after breaking through their defensive perimeter…
...the more opportunities you give yourself to score….time and time again.
So how do you accomplish this?
Well, George Karl and the Denver Nuggets know a thing or two about it. They are attacking the rest of the NBA with a dynamic dribble-drive offense that was made popular by Vance Walberg. George Karl hired Vance Walberg as a Full Time NBA Assistant Coach this past offseason.
A former high school and college coach, Walberg is the innovator of what’s called the dribble-drive motion offense. Walberg would put four players on the perimeter and, as one player attacked the basket, the offensive post player would open space by moving to the weak side of the lane. Meanwhile, the other three perimeter players would rotate accordingly. If that particular dribble-drive play failed, the next ball handler would just dribble and drive again.
Once seen as wacky, the dribble-drive offense has helped turn John Calipari-coached teams into collegiate powerhouses. The Nuggets use dribble-drive concepts in about 50 percent of their offense, Coach George Karl said. Constant motion is the key to the success of the dribble-drive offense.
The facts don’t lie…here’s what the Nuggets are enjoying right now:
1) The Nuggets are getting to the rim more than any team in the league.
The best shot in basketball is at the rim, and the Nuggets take 33.2 shots per game at the rim.
2) The Nuggets shoot few mid-range jumpers.
The most inefficient shot in half-court basketball is a contested long 2-pointer.
3) The Nuggets are the fastest paced team in the league.
The Nuggets are using 97.4 possessions per game. Playing faster means easy buckets in transition and open shots and lanes to the rim while defenses scramble to get set. Karl has drilled his players to catch and go–no killing grass with the dribble. In practice, players have to shoot, pass, or attack within 3 seconds of catching the ball or it’s a turnover. Learning to play fast like this keeps defenses on their heels.
4) The Nuggets fill the perimeter with 3-point shooters.
While the Suns and Nuggets shoot a similar amount of threes, the Nuggets tend to have more 3-point shooting wings on the court at a time. When the Nuggets run a pick-and-roll, they are much more likely than the Suns to have decent 3-point shooters dotting the perimeter at the 2, 3, and 4 positions. The effect isn’t actually that they shoot more threes, but that they are able to get to the rim easier. Spacing with shooters opens up lanes into the paint.
Doesn’t it sound like your team’s offense could benefit from this system?
I’ve packaged together some killer plays from the Denver Nuggets playbook – the same exact ones they’re using on the floor each and every game.
Here’s what you’re going to instantly get access to:
• Learn the Denver Nuggets' top 9 plays to score
• Find out what they do on transition offense (22 different breaks)
• Look at the 44 different half-court set plays that they run
• Walk through the 9 sideline out of bounds plays that they use
• See how they score with the six baseline out of bounds plays
Instantly get your hands on over 80 winning plays in total!
Listen, the fact is…..
...no matter what level you coach at or what your experience is, you will love what’s inside. That is, if you want to experience what it’s like to see opposing coaches scratching their heads trying to figure out how their defensive game plan failed them so miserably.
If only they knew our little secret.
In a nutshell, you’re getting everything you need to start seeing results right away – and if you ever need to refresh your memory on the inner guts of a specific play, all you need to do is just double-click your electronic playbook and voila – it’s instantly ready to be dissected.17,95 $
Dribble Drive Motion Offense Package39,95 $
This package of four essential eBooks about Dribble Drive Motion Offense will tell you everything that you need to know about running DDM on your team.
“Entry Sets” Playbook
I bet that you are saying… “What do you mean 'Entry Sets'?” About three years ago, when DDM broke on the national scene thanks to the Memphis Tigers, I noticed something. I noticed that the really good teams were running sets into DDM. I started to ask around and got all the video and went to basketball clinics like you. Pepperdine, Memphis, Western Michigan, VMI, and UMASS this year were mainly running sets into DDM. I did notice a little bit of this trend at Fresno City College, but not as much as now.
I have all the Dribble Drive Motion Offense DVDs that are on the market. I have heard people tell me that you have to teach the penetration positions (drop, drag, and rack zone) before you can teach defensive reads, that it is like running regular motion, you need to know the screens before you can teach the cuts off the screens. They said that you need to know what to do on the drag zone drive, before you can worry about where the defender is. Of course, you have to buy these two DVDs to teach the spots, while you buy these two DVDs to teach the reads. Most coaches tell me that it is just too complex to learn.
Last year, I put out a Dribble Drive Motion Offense eBook and most coaches could piece everything together. Things that I always heard were: “I love the offense but just wish that it wasn’t so much free lance from the beginning. I wish that I could have some 'structure' to it.” Some of the more successful high school teams across the country started to run some sets with it. I really think that it helps pull the offense together.
I have compiled a little bit of my research from dozens of high school, AAU, Small College, NCAA Division 1, and NBA teams into these entry sets. I think that it will make things so less complicated and will help to advance your team’s learning curve of Dribble Drive Motion Offense.
“How to Attack Sagging Man and Zone Defenses with DDM” Playbook
I spent the last month and a half breaking down 75 basketball games from Memphis Tigers led by Coach John Calipari, UMASS led by Derek Kellogg / Vance Walberg, and Marist College led by Chucky Martin (Former John Calipari Assistant Coach at Memphis).
I get a lot of requests on how do you use DDM to attack sagging man defense and versus zone defenses that I decided to do a lot of research. I noticed that all the teams used what I call “entry sets” to get their team into Dribble Drive Motion Offense and to create triple gaps. UMASS ran alot of open post dribble drive motion offense, because of their personnel and it was the first year in the system. These are just some ideas on how to attack sagging man defense and zone defenses using a DDM set.
I think that if you run Dribble Drive Motion Offense or have someone in your league that runs it, you will be able to gain more insight into ways to incorporate DDM concepts into your offense. Your Dribble Drive Motion Offense will run smooth against sagging man defense and zone defenses with these set plays to get you into DDM.
“The Book on DDM and the Little Things to It” Playbook
I get asked questions all the time about Dribble Drive Motion Offense especially since it has only been around for the general coaching community about three years. DDM has increased in its popularity since John Calipari started using it at Memphis and now Kentucky. I have just tried to answer some of the questions about DDM that I get. It is basically an eBook that covers all the little things that will make DDM run a lot better. I have tried to cover most of the problems that people have. It is basically “DDM for Dummies,” but with tons of details. It should clear up alot of confusion about the “little things” that make dribble drive motion offense tick.
Kentucky Dribble Drive Motion Offense 2010 Playbook
Take a inside look on how Kentucky ran their Dribble Drive Motion Offense in the 2009-2010 season. You get to see the X’s and O’s of how the Kentucky Basketball Coach turned this team into a DDM team. How did he effecitively use Patrick Patterson (post player turned perimeter guard) and what options did they use when he needed a score in the post?
What do you do when your Dribble Drive Motion Offense team gets a little stagnant? Here are some wrinkles that will allow you different looks into DDM and still use all of the DDM concepts. The first part of this eBook has 50 plays / 57 plays of basketball X’s and O’s information. I give you half-court set plays to get into DDM, zone offense that keep DDM concepts alive and some zone blob plays. The second part of this eBook has 32 plays / 40 plays of DDM Clinic information never available anywhere in the United States. The diagramed notes detail: Dribble Drive Motion Offense, drills for DDM, more zone offense sets, pick and roll offense for DDM, and three point plays that employ DDM concepts.39,95 $
Michigan Two Guard Front Offense - John Beilein Playbook17,95 $
John Beilein has been called the “guru” of the X’s and O’s.
(I tend to share that opinion.)
After 16 years at the helm, he’s arguably one of the best in the business.
One of the cool things about the Playbook business – plus a little technology – is that we can now get his exact playbook into your hands PRIOR to the game Thursday.
And if you’re anything like me...
You like having a little extra insight into how Beilein brings it!
Also, once you grab this book you’ll notice one thing right away…
He keeps it about as simple as it gets.
Even though the playbook come in at 127 pages, it is broken down into only 5 sections:
• Half Court Man Offense
• Half Court Zone Offense
It is beautiful in its simplicity.
I know you’ll enjoy it.
As long as Michigan stays in the tourney, you can own this playbook here.
See you courtside,
P.S. NOTE: Get access to the Michigan Playbook before the game on Thursday!
127 pages of the Wolverine’s Offense…17,95 $
1-4 Offense Playbook12,95 $
Highland Park High School – Topeka, Kansas
Head Coach – Jason Jones
Thanks for taking the time to check out our 1-4 offense playbook. I truly believe that you will find things you can implement to improve your team’s offensive efficiency and attack any defense you encounter. I have been a head high school coach for 18 years across four different states. I have been at large schools with a lot of athletes and small schools where you have to be innovative and coach who you have to maximize talent each year. Over the course of that time, we have developed our 1-4 playbook that has been used for all skill levels and school sizes. It will also allow you to attack any defense you see from the same core set.
Our staff believes firmly in “Keep It Simple Stupid” principles with our teams. We all know there are hundreds of sets and offenses we can use to attack any defense we will see, but if your players don’t understand what you put in and you can’t execute it, none of it matters. It is not about showing your players (or other coaches) how much you know. It is about implementing a system that:
1. Fits your personnel
2. Your players believe in
3. You can teach
4. Allows you to be successful in beating the best teams on your schedule each year
We will tweak and be creative with our stuff each year to fit our personnel and are not married to any one thing. There is a variety of stuff that make us successful out of our 1-4, and we are constantly looking at ways to improve efficiency.
1. We are careful to pressure because we keep the defense lifted and always had backdoors available.
2. No matter how many sets we put in out of it, the principles of what we are looking for don’t change. Our sets are designed to get certain looks, but players can always go to our bread and butter options no matter what we have called. We also have developed a series of shooting drills that daily put our players in the spots they will be in during games so that we get a lot of repetition. (All shooting drills are in the playbook as well.)
3. We can run all of our zone and man stuff from it, but we can also get to the base out of a variety of formations and actions.
4. It puts our multi-skilled players in position to score in a variety of ways and allows them to be inside-out players. Which in turn allows us to take advantage of matchups and create mismatches with our movement of players within the 1-4 offense.
I hope you can implement something from our 1-4 offense playbook that leads to success for your team. As with all things coaching we steal, tweak, and share willingly. Many of the concepts we have used have come from Tom Izzo at Michigan State, and we are always observing teams that incorporate 1-4 stuff in their playbook. If you have questions, comments, or want just to talk basketball, we are an open book and allow other coaches into our practices, film sessions, or anything else you would find beneficial. Feel free to contact me at one of the following: Cell – 785-380-1544/ E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org,95 $