Coach Steve Alford has enjoyed much success as at University of the New Mexico and the University of Iowa. In addition, he was and NCAA All-American and played in the NBA and as a member of the U.S. Olympic team. On the court, he was a master of moving without the ball. His cutting and screening techniques opened up shots for other players and created a more effective offense. Now, you can learn his methods as he demonstrates these skills and provides drills to reinforce them. Learn about back and cross screens, setting proper down screens, and how to counter when the defense switches. Coming off of the screen there are four cuts that you can use: back cut, tight cut, pop cut and flare cut. Coach Alford shows you how to read the defense as they react, which allows you to quickly move to the open spot. 1996. 53 minutes.
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