Coach Brooks credits the Triangle Offense for his 80% winning percentage over the past nine years. Coach Brooks introduces the triangle in a 5-0 alignment. The key spot, corner spot, post, top of circle spot and the weak side spot make up all five positions. This offense has many features and is constantly in motion. The first option begins with a post feed as four players revolve around him. Switching up the cuts when the ball is in the post gives this option multiple looks. Another play in the triangle is the pinch post, where Brooks presents three options. Having the ball in the middle of the floor puts pressure on all defenders. To be effective in the triangle, you must move the ball from sideline to sideline. The ball screen and back screen are used in as a unique option in the triangle offense. A great look at putting this offense to work at the HS level! 100 minutes. 2008.
with Geno Auriemma, '95,'00,'02,'03, '04 National Champions
Win consistently with this one-of-a-kind basketball offense!
Every move and pass in the triangle relies on great footwork!