This DVD presents many outstanding ideas for mixing up set offense to maximize your scoring potential. Generally, your plays can be run the same while looking different. Coach Whitesell does a great job of disguising his set plays with wrinkles and formations that you can use with your team. Other components of efficient offensive play he touches on include are making plays on the offensive end when the set play breaks down, limiting turnovers, monitoring screening and post touches. Formations that will disguise your sets include the 1-2-2 and the 1-4 alignments. These formations will get your set play started and dictate movement to the defense. Plays can flow into your motion offense or the 3 out-2 in or 4 out-1 in set. Next, Whitesell features and explains "Rambler" and "Grizzlie" as two excellent set play formations. From a 1-4 set, Whitesell shares a game winning play called "Phillie." This play clears the right wing for your best player to score at the end of the game. Several options and continuations can be utilized from this one play. By nullifying the game preparation factor, your team can win many more games this season.
60 minutes. 2006.
This video is well-produced. It demonstrates quick hitters 5-0 and how to change formations and the usefulness of naming cuts. It also has some individual player development shooting drills. If you are a veteran coach wanting a fresh idea or two for offense, this video is for you. It is an excellent buy at the discounted price. Those who have been in coaching less than 10 years will find it difficult to appreciate and should leave this video alone.
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