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Whether you are an NBA head coach, a little dribbler's coach, or just an interested spectator, you'll find HoopTactics guide a very valuable resource. Learn how to master proven offensive sets along with their counter options, and to understand the strategies behind them that make them so successful. HoopTactics Offensive Presentations go well beyond just the basic play action. They include defensive reads & counters adjustments, automatic options against defensive over-plays, ball reversals, and continuities along with varaitions & adaptations.

HoopTactics Offensive Presentations will definitely increase your offensive basketball knowledge, expertise, and success. Begin by choosing one of the six offensive strategies below.

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Early Offense

The main reason for early offense is to advance the ball into the front court area and attack before the defense is able to become organized into a disruptive force. In advancing the ball into the offensive operating area quickly, it creates quick medium jump shots, or penetration lay-ups, or kick out passes along with severe mismatches. Explore in detail the three phases of an early offense.

 

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Set Offenses

Although most teams would prefer to play the up-tempo, fast-break transition game that personifies today's basketball, the "Set Play" is the staple of the game. Set plays use teamwork and screening actions in an effort to create open shots. Explore the most commonly used basketball offenses graphically illustrated and analyzed in great detail.

 

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Motion Offenses

Through constant player movement, teams of average size and abilities can overcome and defeat teams of superior talent and size. However, this requires players to play together as a single unit. More importantly, it requires players to possess an unselfish attitude to create open shot opportunities for their teammates. This constant player movement must have purpose and patience in attacking the defense.

 

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Spread Offenses

Spread offenses are normally deployed at the end of game to protect a hard earned lead, or when a team is totally mismatched. By spreading the court, it not only takes time off the clock, but also increases the area the defense must defend. However, in spreading the court, teams must make sure to continue to make basket cuts and attack the basket. Holding the ball for the sake of trying to run time off the clock will allow the defense to become more aggressive and disruptive.

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Proven Zone Offenses

The need for a solid zone attack is paramount on every level of the game. Attacking zone defenses requires ball movement and total team effort compared to the player movement and individual skills required in attacking man-to-man defenses.Good outside shooting, early offense (fast breaks) and offensive rebounding are key elements to a successful zone offense.

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Offensive Situations

Discover that winning of "BIG" games and championships are not a matter of chance. They are a result of being prepared down to the smallest detailed. Out of bounds, free throws, press breaks, attacking combination defenses, jump balls, and last shot situations all need to be addressed. End of game situations and clock management really become paramount late in the season when a single shot can determine a team’s playoff fate.

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CAUTION: Before undertaking any offense, you must fully understand and master all of its components.


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