- Get 20 quick hitters that provide scoring opportunities against man defense, zone defense or end-of-game situations
- Learn how to create scoring opportunities in special situations using proven baseline in-bounds and full-court plays
- Get a late game, full-court play with multiple options for pulling out a win
- Learn how to exploit switching man-to-man defenses
with Jeff Walz, University of Louisville Head Coach;
2x national runner-up (2009, 2013); 2009 Big East regular season and tournament runner-up
Louisville Head Coach Jeff Walz shares 20 quick-hitting plays that have helped make his teams a perennial national title contender. This collection of plays gives you scoring opportunities at crunch times against man-to-man or zone defenses. Also thrown in the mix is a full-court, end-of-game situation with multiple scoring options.
Zone Quick Hitters
In this segment of the presentation, Coach Walz shares nine quick hitters that show various ways to score against the 2-3 zone defense. With each technique, players learn to create misdirection with your best shooter, use the post to screen and score lay-ups around the rim, get a 3-point shot for your best shooter in the corner and attack gaps to create mismatches and scoring opportunities.
Man-to-Man Quick Hitters
Learn how to dissect man-to-man defenses with the Top, Green and 41 groups of quick hitting plays. In addition to basic plays that give various inside and outside scoring options, each of these has counters and variations that will thwart any play your opponent might use to stop you.
When the game is on the line and there are fewer than five seconds on the clock, use misdirection to travel the full distance of the court to score Coach Walz shows you how with two end-of-game strategies—the Stack and Illinois baseline inbounds plays.
With numerous ways to score both inside and outside with different players, any coach will find new quick hitters to add to their playbook to beat any type of defense your opponents throw at you.
Produced at the Spring 2014 WBCA Convention in Nashville (TN).
52 minutes. 2014.Basketball Videos