- Get an updated version of the Attack & React offense that simplifies players' understanding of how to react
- Learn foundational phases of the offense that can be implemented at the middle school level and improve your feeder system
- Learn 13 extra phases that provide the flexibility to pick and choose an offensive system that fits a program's specific needs
- Learn how to expand offensive strategies with different variations of ball screens
with Andrew Grantz, Creator of the Attack & React Offense;
Our Lady of Providence (IN) High School Head Boys Basketball Coach;
former Indiana University Southeast Assistant Coach
Andrew Grantz returns to Championship Productions to reveal his new and improved "Attack & React" system. Primarily based on the dribble drive concept, Coach Grantz expands and simplifies the system by changing the alignment, spacing aspects and driving line, while also revising various screening angles, cut-types, and other components in order to apply even more pressure to the defense.
No longer is this offense restricted to varsity caliber teams. With simple foundational phases, coaches can focus on skill development within the offense. Players begin by mastering the first five, lower-level phases so by the time they reach varsity-level play, they can readily adjust to the elements of the other 13 phases.
Using whiteboard diagrams and 5-on-5 demonstrations, Grantz lays out the 18 phases that comprise his system. He starts by reintroducing the foundational phases of the Attack & React Offense, but this time going into greater detail.
Coach Grantz uses four cut spots to create better decision-making habits and to maintain NBA spacing for creating even better attacking lanes. He also moved the driving line, allowing for more back-door opportunities.
Expand your understanding of the Attack & React offense with these new, easy-to-implement techniques.
"I think this offense is great because teams can keep the same base offense every year but change the additional phases to fit their players strengths and weaknesses. It allows for great player development because the offense is broken down into simple teaching phases." - Andrew Grantz
188 minutes (2 DVDs). 2013.Basketball Videos