Last post, we covered Coach Geno Auriemma’s 1-4 high offense. This post, I’ll be sharing some of the drills used by Coach Geno for the UConn’s women basketball team. Continue reading “5 Geno Auriemma UConn Drills” »
If you want to look at one of the most successful women’s NCAA basketball programs out there, you’ve got to look at Coach Geno Auriemma’s UConn. He’s won 11 NCAA championships, something no other coach has done. He’s also USA women’s basketball head coach since 2009.
From my research, in the mid 90’s he ran a three post offense (triangle offense) that was inspired by Coach Tex Winter.
“Our offense comes from the book that Tex Winter wrote in the 1960s and from watching a lot of films of the Bulls,” Auriemma said. “I taped every game they played in the 1994 finals against Phoneix and broke down every offensive possession.
As the game evolved, he’s now using a 1-4 High stack offense based on triangle principles. Continue reading “Geno Auriemma 1-4 High Offense Complete Guide” »
This week, I got inspired to go back to the basics. Just a quick 10 point checklist that will make your practices better.
We posted Coach Messina’s awesome explanation of spacing and timing in our last post and the response has been phenomenal.
Today I’m going to share the DRILLS to teach spacing to you team. Continue reading “5 essential basketball spacing and timing drills” »
If you haven’t heard of Coach Ettore Messina, you should. Currently assistant coach for the Spurs, he won 4 Euroleague championships and regarded as one of the top 50 European coaches of all time. He is a legend.
I’ve been watching alot of FIBA 3×3 basketball lately and one of the things that alot of young players need to learn is spacing and timing. It’s fundamental but not alot of players get taught properly. Continue reading “Ettore Messina – Basketball spacing and timing fundamentals” »
Alot of you really liked our breakdown of Coach Roy William’s secondary break offense and have asked for the breakdown drills for it. So we’ve compiled some of the team drills Coach Williams uses at North Carolina.
These drills are surprising “simple”. Coach Roy Williams works on things as simple as taking the ball out of the hoop because to score easy buckets, you must be fast with the ball. If you watch North Carolina, regardless of a make or miss they very quickly inbound and look ahead. This is a habit that needs to be trained. Continue reading “Roy Williams Transition and Defensive Breakdown Drills” »