Secondary Break and Early Offense

Secondary Break and Early Offense
Secondary Break and Early Offense
Item# BD-04063B
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Product Description

  • Learn to score before defense can get set
  • Make your post players scoring threats even in the full court game
  • Gain conditioning benefits while reinforcing offensive concepts at game speed
with Mike Divilbiss,
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Associate Head Women's Basketball Coach

Run with a purpose and take advantage of scoring opportunities after a made or missed basket.

Widely respected women's basketball coach Mike Divilbliss breaks down the secondary break into a system suited for all levels of basketball instruction. Coaches will learn to implement this system as a means to build a program with consistent winning tendencies over the course of multiple years even through changes in personnel. This DVD features teaching segments that introduce Coach Divilbiss' philosophy on the secondary break. He teaches how to get the ball in-bounds quickly and details each of the five positions and their responsibilities.

Watch how Coach Divilbiss explains the secondary break with five key segments:

Coach Divilbiss introduces the secondary break, the basic alignment and rules of the break:

  • Each of the five positions and their responsibilities are covered
  • Emphasizes the importance of getting the ball inside to the post player
  • Stresses quick ball movement ("side-top-side") for open 3-point shot opportunities
  • Teaches proper spacing and how to look for scoring opportunities before entering into secondary break
Learn four reads that your players need to know:
  • Back screen for trail post
  • Down screen for when back screen is overplayed
  • Basket or back cut by trail post when ball reversal is denied
  • High ball screen for the point guard to create various scoring opportunities
5-4-1 DRILL
This drill is designed for the point guard, trail post man, and lead post man. This drill will:
  • Teach your players how to get ball in-bounds quickly and look for lead post man
  • Works on "high-low" entries
  • Condition your post players for this fast-paced offensive attack
Divilbiss teaches how to utilize all four reads that are used in his secondary break offense:
  • Stresses the importance of scoring quickly with "2.5 cycles in 34 seconds"
  • Emphasizes the importance of using both sides of the floor
  • Talks about the "pitch ahead" pass and how to use it effectively
In this drill, Divilbiss runs the secondary break against defense and he provides excellent commentary on:
  • Primary fast break vs. secondary break
  • Keeping the ball in the middle of the court to improve passing angles and to enhance quick ball movement
  • Being aware of the importance of passing the ball inside while allowing perimeter players the freedom to shoot 3-point shots
  • Making perimeter players interchangeable
This is a DVD that coaches at all levels will find useful in improving their team's play in transition. Coach Divilbiss is thorough, but simple, in explaining how his secondary break can ignite your team's offense! It is a must have for the serious coach who wants to play up tempo basketball!

49 minutes. 2012.

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