- Learn a 1-4 box set offense that offers numerous entry options, pressure releases and a variety of scoring opportunities to counter defensive adjustment
- Learn various ways to maintain floor balance, spacing and ball reversal to capitalize on defensive breakdowns or mismatches
- Learn how to improve shooting percentages and put your team in optimal position for offensive rebounds and transition defense
- Learn sets that can be used for both big and small lineups, enabling you to adjust to the talent and size of your players
with Sue Phillips,
Archbishop Mitty (CA) High School Head Girls Coach - over 650 career wins;
2018 Naismith High School Girl's Coach of the Year;
10x NorCal Regional Champion, 5x California Interscholastic Federation state championships;
USA Women's U17 National Team Head Coach; led Team USA to gold medals at the 2014 USA Women's U17 World Championships and the 2013 FIBA Americas U16 Championships; named USA Basketball Co-Developmental Coach of the Year in 2013 and 2014.
Coach Sue Phillips takes to the floor in this live demonstration to share effective plays you can use out of a 1-4 box set. These are the same plays that Coach Phillips used to win a gold medal with the U17 Women's National Team at the 2014 FIBA World Championship in Spain.
She breaks down all of the intricate parts that make the 1-4 offensive box sets so special, giving you the keys to offensive success.
Keys to Offensive Success
Coach Phillips begins by explaining the keys to offensive success such as floor balance, spacing, creating high-low situations and easy reversals. Executing these keys will improve your shooting percentage and put your team in optimal position to grab offensive rebounds and play transition defense. This model easily translates to quick hitters.
Coach Phillips breaks down quick hitters out of the 1-4 box set. You'll see everything from spacing to using the painter's dot for precise positioning. Each play creates a high-low situation and options for the inside and outside game. The basic sets feature the following alignments and formations:
- UCLA/High-Low action
- Flash to Elbow Backdoor with Flare Screens
- Stagger-Curl Screens
- Baseline Entry to corner
- Flex Action
These quick hitters give you greater control of who's taking shots and they can play to your strengths and hide weaknesses. No matter what the defense throws at you, there's a play with multiple counters here. You'll be able to exploit backdoor cuts, lobs, ball screens, and so on to score the long ball or layups. There are many different options - add the ones you like immediately and add the rest over time.
Zone Offense and Out of Bounds Plays
Coach Phillips breaks down her zone offense sets. Both of these zone sets (Circle and Square) create high-low opportunities with built-in screening options for creating looks both inside and out. Phillips addresses how to prepare for and attack a zone or match-up zone defense.
Out-of-bounds plays are demonstrated versus man and zone defense from a 1-4 low set.
The 1-4 Box Set Offense presentation is packed with plays and options to dismantle any defense.
Produced at the Fall 2014. Phoenix (AZ) clinic.
71 minutes. 2015.Basketball Videos