Known for his innovation, Coach Smith's Shuffle Offense remains one of the game's offensive gems. Smith begins with basic position, cuts and spacing on the floor to enter the offense and the box set, which allows for easy entry into the shuffle. He shows three distinct options - the back screen with shuffle cut, the back door and the button hook move - to begin the flow of the offense. Smith demonstrates how to create easy baskets with a creative approach to offensive rebounding within the shuffle offense. The shuffle offense is extended into the full court with a secondary offense. The action off the break leads to scoring opportunities and flows right into the shuffle. Smith shows 82 game clips from his great teams at UNC that will help you see the shuffle and secondary offense in action. Smith's offensive system is time tested, will provide offensive balance and counters every move by the opponent.
57 minutes. 2008.
The information in the video was solid. Wish Coach Smith would have giving the presentation when he was a bit younger because he was stuttering a bit. The fast break transition into the offensive set should not be difficult you use at any age level. 1/3 of the video is white board, 1/3 is on the court demonstration, the last 1/3 is older North Carolina (pre-Roy Williams) offensive sets. I liked how is talked about 23, 32, 45, & 54 roles. Only reason not giving a 5 is the game video that was used could have been better.
His book, Multiple Offenses and Defenses, gives a better overview of this offense than this DVD. Maybe that's because that chapter was written by Bob Spear. Just not worth buying.
He sounds like Elmer Fudd in the preview.ubbbuh..ubbuhh...
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