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Principals of play Movement away from ball Penetration Principals
Man to man Offence Set plays Motion Quick Hitters Pick and Roll Offence Horns Sets Isolation Plays Continuity Offences Princeton Offence
Transition Offrence Early Offence Fast Break Systems
Press Offence Principals Press Breaks
Zone Offence Strategies Set Plays Continuities
Baseline out of bounds Set plays vs. Man Set plays vs. Zone Short shot clock vs. man Short shot clock vs. Zone
Sideline out of bounds 1/4 Court vs. Man Short shot clock Special Situations
Practice Ideas Physical Philosophy Warm-Up Agility Balance Coordination Speed Aerobic/Anaerboic Strength
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Program DevelopmentAs discussed in the article Youth Development-Transition-'Run the Wings Wide' (http://bit.ly/12PS58I) it is important for coaches to teach the
I always find it unusual that at high school games we see very little physical contact between teammates.
Coaches should teach players the only acceptable shot in a 2 on 1 in transition is a lay-up. If executed properly it is next to impossible for the single defender to stop the 2 on 1;
All coaches who try to improve their player's understanding and development in basketball eventually must introduce screening off the ball. But which screen should be taught first?
Youth coaches should be spending about 10 minutes of each 1 hour practice on helping their athletes develop their movement skills, the children need to be trained as athletes first and basketball players second. By enhancing the children's athleticism we have a significantly better chance to help them develop their basketball skills.
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