- See eight quick hitting scoring options out of the Carolina secondary break that lead into Coach Brown's Ball Screen Offense
- Efficiently utilize your practice time by building your fast break during warm ups
- Learn different late game options for looks from multiple players
- Get valuable coaching advice from Hall of Fame Coach Larry Brown that will help you build your program and build on your players' strengths
with Larry Brown, former SMU Head Coach;
Distinguished member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2002);
Only head coach to win both an NCAA Championship (1988 as Head Coach at Kansas) and an NBA Championship (2004 as Head Coach at Detroit)
Hall of Fame Coach Larry Brown reveals the specifics of his fast break and half court ball screen offense in the 5-Star Coaches Clinic Series. Coach Brown uses on-court demonstrations to teach drills, techniques, and offensive tactics that he learned from master coaches such as Dean Smith and Frank McGuire.
Coach Brown reveals three warm-up drills that help build secondary break scoring options and habits your players need to be successful. Brown demonstrates eight secondary break scoring options that the University of North Carolina still uses in its offensive attack. With each scoring option, you will learn how to counter your opponent if they stop your primary scoring option.
Coach Brown extends his half court offensive instruction when he demonstrates how to take your secondary break actions right into your primary offense. In this DVD, he shows you how his teams transitioned into his ball screen action. Brown shows you several of the scoring opportunities he used while coaching the Philadelphia 76ers during Allen Iverson's playing days. He also discusses how to build plays around your best player and your team's strengths.
As a bonus, Coach Brown demonstrates five extra plays you can include in your ball screen offense. These plays are sure to surprise and frustrate your opponent as you score at will on their defensive pressure.
This is a must have DVD for any coach that wants to further develop their ball screen and fast break offense.
81 minutes. 2013.Basketball Videos