Coach Smith's Oak Hill teams have averaged 96 points per game over a four-year period. This high scoring system is the direct result of the full court offensive game, which is unpacked in this DVD. Good defense and rebounding are the foundation of this potent attack. Starting in the half court, Smith uses players to display his half court attack. Other than the point guard, all other players are interchangeable. The first post down the floor is the rim man and the first option. With a numbers advantage present, the goal is to drive to the rim to score. Options can be called by the coach to create specific scoring opportunities. Some of these options are: Dribble (three options), two, three, fist, free throw special, sideline and regular. By creating a 5-on-5 situation, every option and strategy of this full court offense can be seen. Also included are drills for building the system. Each of these options can be implemented into any offense philosophy and system!
65 minutes. 2008.
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