Coach Pearl's teams have led their league in scoring in each of his 15-year head-coaching career. His highest scoring team averaged over 101 points a game. His philosophy is to attack when the opponent is at its weakest, which is when they are retreating on defense. Pearl presents the concepts, teaching points and drills that make the Volunteers a force on offense. Transition offense comes after a miss or a make by the opponent. Getting the ball in bounds quickly is a must for transition basketball. The "circle" is a technique for the point guard to get open for a quick pass from the in bounds passer. A foundational drill for transition is the 3, 4 and 5 man fast break without defense. A key teaching point is advancing the ball by the pass as quickly as possible. Drills include the 4-man break, 5-man break and 7-man break. Defenders are used to mix up coverage and attempt to disrupt the break.
57 minutes. 2007.
Coach Pearl does a great job in explaining the roles of 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's and 5's in the fast break. If you want to get in the cardio for the players without running lines, the drills used were great. The only thing I did not like was watching the entire 3 & 5 minute drills, I got the point after 1-2 minutes.
Very reminiscent of Paul Westhead's LMU fast break system with better drills to support.
This video was excellent in my opinion. My team runs the primary break and this video provided a lot of drills to help you incorporate it into your system or to better your system. Bruce Pearl is a great teacher and i would say that tennesse is one of the better fast breaking teams in college basketball
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