with Roy Williams,
University of North Carolina Head Coach;
2009 and 2005 National Champions,
4X Time National Coach of the Year,
Winningest Active Coach in College Basketball
No college team runs the fast break as well as Roy Williams' North Carolina Tar Heels.
In this on-court clinic presentation, Coach Williams begins by discussing the advantages and philosophy of his offensive system. He teaches his teams to get the basketball out quickly on a made basket or a missed shot to look for their primary break first and then into secondary break. If they cannot get a quick look ahead for an easy basket they go into one of their multiple half court options and plays. Coach Williams shows you:
•how to set up the break after a made or missed basket
•each player's position on the court
•explains the "why" and the "how" to use the different options in the half court
You will see eight set plays and options off the secondary break in the half court that can be used to take advantage of your opponent in transition. These plays will give you options for every player on the court. Use these plays to negate the defense's ability to get set, which leads to many easy baskets.
Williams covers his three offensive rules against a set defense--you must make three passes unless a layup is open; the ball must change sides of the floor; and you must give the defense a chance to make a mistake. Williams uses 5-on-5 play to point out important teaching.
This instructional DVD gives you the set plays that can be applied to any team's playbook and can help your team run and score "all night."
Produced at the Spring 2010 Las Vegas, NV Clinic.
52 minutes. 2010. DVD.
Teaching the kids how to run the break is a key component of any offense!
Add an alternative offensive approach to your game plan!