Mike Rice's success is built on a solid half court man defense, scoring in the paint and getting to the free throw line. In the on-court clinic presentation, Coach Rice reveals how he developed his offensive philosophy and re-screening motion to fulfill these two keys on offense.
One of the easiest ways to score in the paint is off the fast break, and the biggest key to transition offense is spacing. Proper spacing helps your players get a quick, clear read of the "advantages" on the floor. This allows for easy baskets from short range.
To develop an effective transition game, Rice demonstrates his 5-on-0 transition drill. This is a continuous drill geared toward making layups, jump shots, getting to penetration spots, and working on the next pass - all of which are vital to this re-screening motion offense. This drill serves as a good warm-up as well as getting your players comfortable playing at a game pace.
Re-Screen MotionCoach Rice's Re-screen Motion Offense will allow for easy open looks at the basket. The principles of the offense are simple so your players won't have to do a lot of thinking on the floor; it's more reaction and instincts. The main principles are: that a big and a guard work together on one side of the floor using seven types of screening and reacting actions.
After a set entry is used and the play does not result in a score or turnover, they use the re-screen to get back into an offensive set. The back side players are constantly screening, which opens the middle for penetration spots and keeps the defense from double teaming on the ball side.
Rice begins the Re-Screen Motion breakdown with a 2-on-2 drill. He shows the flare-to-pinch re-screen, the back-to-down, the slice-to-flat, the slice-to-down, the back-to-slice, and down action. The players are reading and reacting to the defense and their teammates action. Rice brings it all together in a 5-on-0 Dummy Offense, with the pair screening action on both sides, the use of the dribble to reverse the ball, feeding the post and communicating.
This offense is good for smaller teams who don't have a true post player or have a team with players who are skilled with the basketball.
Produced at the Spring 2010 Pittsburgh, PA clinic.
75 minutes. 2010.
I agree with another reviewer - very interesting offensive schemes but could have used more demonstration and a lot less talking.
I liked the dvd, but he said he was going to do things/show things but then he didn't so that was a little upsetting. I bought the dvd to teach my team some more screening motion principles, but it wasn't thorough and again didn't do the break down drills he mentions. Coach Rice is also intense, and if your not into that then its like WoW in some of his dvds. A good coach, but he could show more and talk less.
A fantastic video. Coach Rice is a phenomenal speaker and the offense is very good. Some very good drills are added as well.
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