Develop an offense that rewards cutting and ball movement.
Year-in and year-out, Ric Wesley's teams have controlled the game with their defense. Using this early offense and flowing into the high post motion has allowed his teams to keep the pressure on his opponents and control the game at both ends of the floor.
In this on-court clinic presentation, Coach Wesley begins with an overview of the basic set up to the High Post Offense. Learn the basic positioning to his high post set, as well as the rules to the offense and its advantages. This offense lends itself to good spacing, good dribble penetration, good back-cutting angles and it's fun for players to run.
Wesley explains how he developed his early offense and then shows you some of the quick hitters you can get out of the early offense. These quick hitters are designed to allow your team to pressure your opponents, to get your point guard away from pressure, to use high-low post action, and release versus pressure defense.
He concludes the presentation with his Zone Offense Philosophy and shows you some actions he uses with his teams. Learn some of the Early Offense action against zone defenses as well as three plays out of a 1-3-1 set versus an even-front zone. You also get an effective set versus an odd-front zone defense.
Give your team the tools it needs to take on any opponent next season. These offensive sets will put your team in the best position to score, utilize your talent and win basketball games.
42 minutes. 2010.
This video is well done. It covers a lot of ground, including philosophy. Coach Wesley has earned his stripes.
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