According to Coach Adubato, the pick, pop and roll is a menace to defenses because it forces them to make decisions and causes mismatches on the floor. Many times this style can get the opponents players into foul trouble and forces rotations and scrambling on the part of the defense. The pick and roll can be executed all over the floor; on top, side, corner, elbow, and in transition. Adubato takes each area of the floor and explains the offensive strategies involved. Starting with the side pick and roll, the Z effect and the controlled back down dribble are presented as options to get to screen level. At each on ball screen, there are many options for the dribbler. The drills demonstrated will make your pick and roll game more effective if you integrate them into to your team practices. The transition pick and roll game puts extreme pressure on the defense and is an early offense in itself. A great teaching tool from a great teacher of the game!
68 minutes. 2007.
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