Coach Boeheim demonstrates his entire offensive philosophy for the fastbreak and early offense against man-to-man and zone defense. Throughout the video, Boeheim instills his offensive philosophy of running several sets to allow a variety of shots from a variety of players. Coach Boeheim begins this video with 20 minutes of individual warm-up and how it will help your players in running this potent transition offense and half-court offense. Boeheim challenges you to create your own philosophy on how to establish an efficient running game and how it will fit into your offensive play book. He helps you understand how to implement an effective game plan to utilize this offensive method. This series includes three dynamic drills to build the running game including Offense vs. Man, Offense vs. Zone, and Defensive Strategy. These drills start with 3-on-3 play and build up to 5-on-5 to reinforce the coaching techniques that have helped Boeheim and his teams earn 24 NCAA Tournaments invitations. Boeheim's secondary break paved the way to the 2003 National Championship Game. This video is going to put you and your team in the best position to score, utilize your talent, and win basketball games!
58 minutes. 2006.
This video is not good. Get Boeheims 2-3 zone defense video it is a way bigger difference maker.
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