Mark Few: Quick Hitting 3-Point Plays

Mark Few: Quick Hitting 3-Point Plays
Mark Few: Quick Hitting 3-Point Plays
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Product Description

  • Quick hitting set plays to allow you to direct the ball in the post or get the ball to the player with the "hot hand"
  • Learn 10 of Coach Few's favorite quick hitters
  • Quick hitting set plays that can be adjusted to your teams strengths

with Mark Few,
Gonzaga University Head Coach; 2017 NCAA National Championship - Runner-Up;
2017 AP Coach of the Year;
2017 Naismith Coach of the Year;
2017 Henry Iba Award;
2017 NABC Coach of the Year;
19 consecutive seasons in NCAA Tournament (2000-2018) with 7 Sweet Sixteens, 2 Elite Eights and 1 National Championship Appearance;
Six straight WCC Regular Season/Tournament Championships (2013-18);
has led Gonzaga to 17 Regular Season and 15 Tournament titles total;
13x WCC Coach of the Year;
over 500 career wins

Get new ideas to formulate a game plan for your team to focus on strength's and develop quick hitters that play to those strength's.

Mark Few demonstrates 10 quick hitting plays he uses with his team to get the ball into the post, utilizie the ball screen or getting the ball to the player with the "hot hand." These quick hitters include staggers, a multiple look from the 1-4 set, double stack, a 3-point shot for your four man and more. These quick hitters are generated from a 1-4 set and are run to exploit aggressive shows (or no shows) on defense. In addition to 3-point shots, these sets open up lanes for driving to the hoop or getting the ball inside to the post.

Coach Few reveals offensive strategies, goals, and player positioning for these set plays and explains how the play will allow your team to control the game. These are excellent sets to take advantage of an opponent out of a timeout.

This is a valuable video if you are looking for a variety of set plays to add to your teams playbook.

Produced at the Spring 2010 Las Vegas, NV clinic.

74 minutes. 2010.

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