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The Los Angeles Lakers ran this quick hitting AFT (After Free Throw) play in a game against the San Antonio Spurs.
When does the fast break begin? Many people will say it begins when the defensive team gets a rebound, recovers a loose ball, or steals the ball. Instead it begins when
Coaches constantly talk about the importance of spacing in half-court offensive play but this also holds true in the transition game. When players run wide down the floor it is much easier to pass the ball up the floor to them. There are two reasons for this
Most coaches and players want to have an effective transition game but it takes a great deal of skill, fitness, and discipline to do this. The ability to run, pass and catch at high speeds is necessary for players if they are going to be able to play in any type of transition system.
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