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Kelvin Sampson's Hoosiers Defense System and Special Late Clock Plays

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with Kelvin Sampson,
former Indiana University Head Coach,
former University of Oklahoma Head Coach;
'01-'02 National Coach of the Year; 2002 Final Four

The beginning of solid defensive transition starts with great communication. Coach Sampson uses even/odd situations to teach the defense to react and defend in disadvantage situations like 3-on-2, 4-on-3, and 5-on-4. Through the use of drills, Sampson does a detailed job of presenting his brand of stopping the opponent from scoring easy baskets in transition. Moving to special situations, Sampson believes scoring from the sideline is a crucial part of the game. He presents a number of plays to accomplish this important skill. The first play starts from a triple stack is best used when your team is down 2 points. Post read is the next play and puts pressure on the low post defender. This is a great low clock sideline out-of-bounds play. Others include the push play on the baseline, four across from the sideline and a baseline box play. He ends with three potent set plays. One Down, is a play that gets the ball to the post in a special situation, and Post Shake is a post isolation play. Show and Go is a creative set play that utilizes the slip screen to the basket.

74 minutes. 2007.

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