- Generate more offensive opportunities for your best players
- Disguise the spread pick and roll offense and confuse your opponents with various entry sets
- Learn the "Lithuania Continuity" Side Pick and Roll Offense
with Fran Fraschilla, International Basketball Analyst for ESPN,
former Division I college basketball coach (Manhattan College, St. John's University and University of New Mexico), former NABC District II Coach of the Year and MAAC Coach of the Year
Learn how to implement the most successful pick and roll systems use at the highest competitive levels all over the world.
Fran Fraschilla, international basketball expert, compares the American style of pick and roll with the international style and describes why the concept of having four perimeter players has led to more skill development within the international community. He provides you with a detailed look at the side pick and roll and spread pick and roll half court offenses that have made the international game competitive, even with the NBA.
Coach Fraschilla uses on-court demonstrators to show you how to space your players to successfully run the pick and roll. He demonstrates three, side pick and roll plays outlining actions your team can use to score off of dribble penetration in the paint or a kick-out option to the perimeter. These sets include the:
- Butler Pick and Roll Action that has made their offense so effective.
- Lithuanian Continuity Offense using side pick and rolls and dribble hand-offs throughout the offense.
- Spread Pick and Roll Offense that has been a big part of many international teams' rise to the World Championships. He offers several looks that will get you into your spread pick and roll offensive system.
These sets will allow you to confuse your opponent creating various scoring options. Fraschilla provides you with an "A" set look and Mike D'Antoni set-up allowing all of your players to have involvement in your offense.
This is a great pick and roll DVD that is useful for any college or high school coach looking to gain an advantage using the pick and roll offensive system.
79 minutes. 2013.Basketball Videos