Keep it simple on offense and give your players freedom to play using Dave Leitao's 4-Out-1-In Offense. Leitao's offense is great for teams that have a smaller line up and want to attack the basket using positioning, movement and quick passes and cuts.
Take a court side seat as Leitao, who served as an associate head coach under Jim Calhoun at Connecticut and helped lead the Huskies to the 1999 national championship game, builds this effective offense on a pass and cut foundation. This offense provides basket cuts, pick and rolls, loops, and fades, which are executed according ball movement and to how the opponent defends.
Learn three options for attacking the defense with the dribble: loop, crack back and fade, which all build a foundation of ball and player movement.
This fast moving offense will allow your players to translate mismatches into advantages with the ultimate goal of getting more than one defender to guard the ball. Leitao also demonstrates several 2-man game and post up opportunities that will allow teams to get the ball to their most talented scorers.
This simple, yet effective offense can be successful not only versus man-to-man defense, but zone defense as well. It removes the thought process for your players that allows them to react to the defense.
72 minutes. 2010.
I like this offense...It's organized chaos in a lot of ways. Creates unpredictable movement that your players can run with confidence that they will get open. Looking forward to using this
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