As a player, Steve Alford made his living without the ball. Coach Alford shows you cutting and screening techniques that will allow you and your teammates open for shots and create a more effective offense.
Through technique and drill demonstrations, Coach Alford shows how to set proper down screens, back screens, cross screens and to counter defensive switching and slip screens.
Coach Alford emphasizes four types of cuts coming off the screen; tight cut, back cut, flare cut and the pop cut. Each demonstration includes tips on reading the defense's reaction and moving to the open spot. It doesn't matter how good your shot is if you can't get open! 1996. 53 minutes. ISBN 1-56404-112-3.
Since it dates from Alford's days at SW Missouri, the video is obviously old but the fundamentals of three ways to use a screen are still relevant to today's game. I think this would be most useful to junior high or JV coaches focused on fundamentals.
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