Coach Odom's triple screen offense is a spontaneous, full- and half-court offense. With a limited shot clock, this system attacks the defense and allows your team more time to score. It can be run out of any set and combines the fast break and half court offense into one concept. The triple screen offense relies on the screen-the-screener concept. After demonstrating the offense 5-on-0, Odom introduces a three-man "Quick Shooting" drill. The moves in this drill are the same moves that are present at game time. After showing the end of the flow, Odom backs up to the beginning of the break. He discusses the specific roles of all five players on the initial fast break, including a post trailer. Live 5-on-5 play is used to demonstrate the offense, which allows Odom to stop and teach parts of the offense. In teaching players on the floor, multiple options from this offensive set are shown, adding to its versatility and effectiveness. This all-in-one offense is quick and easy to run and creates good shots from many spots on the floor!
85 minutes. 2007.
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