Based on a combination of strong fundamentals and an understanding of how to play, Princeton has found great success with this legendary offense. Coach Scott thoroughly illustrates the pieces that make up this potent offense. Screening, hard cutting, posting up, back door cuts and spacing are all essential. This system of offense also demands great passing by snapping chest passes. The Star Passing Drill builds movement and proper passing technique. An emphasis is also put on the ability for players to make lay-ups in a variety of ways. Good screening is predicated on cutting as hard as possible to screen. All cuts are predicated by the defender's reaction to beating the screen. Recognizing holes in the defense allows hard drives to the basket and is a big part of Scott's teaching. The intricate details of the Princeton offense are packed into this presentation. No matter what offense you run, the teaching and drills on this DVD are aptly suited for developing individual skills as well as an understanding of the game. Teach your players how to be " hard to guard" and how to beat any team on your schedule.
93 minutes. 2006.
Great info about how they practice plus screening drills and the options for cutters off down screens, but not much in the way of drills to implement the options for the typical back screen & chin options of the Princeton offense. Pete Carril's video offered a little more.
6 Ratings were entered with no review.
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