Coach Vetter covers the fundamental components to his fast break system, including the concept of 'dribble economy.' Vetter believes the dribble is over used and coaches need to address this issue with their teams. To make his point, he instructs players to dribble from baseline to baseline in 3 or 4 dribbles. From half court, he proves that one or two dribbles are more than enough for high school players. Vetter shares his in-bounds philosophy, which is the catalyst to the fast break. After the in-bounds pass, players assume their roles down the floor and execute their secondary break, which is full of great scoring options. Options include pop, corner, loop, follow and hold. Reading the break is a gained skill that can help your team to efficiently take advantage of any defensive mistake. Vetter makes a convincing argument for using the secondary break at any level. Vetter includes a number of drills to help build fast break drills. These drills use the full court and demand precision passing, catching and finishing - all in a game-like situation.
74 minutes. 2007.
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