Coach Tom Izzo believes in scoring quickly by pushing the ball up the floor. The numbered break puts each player in a position to score. Izzo stresses that this fastbreak limits turnover and confusion by players. Two- and three-man drills are the first step in building a productive fast break. These drills can serve as a warm-up and are good for conditioning. Other drills include the 3-on-2 drill, which introduces the drop off pass and teaches players to make good decisions at the end of the break, and his all time favorite drill - a progressive 2-on-1 drill. This drill covers decision making, defensive transition and communication. Coach Izzo emphasizes that all drills help players make decisions with and without the ball. All pieces are put together in 5-on-5 full court fashion.
77 minutes. 2008.
I would have to give this 5 star, because I didn''t know of a strategic way to run a break other than this. Today''s players want to run down the court to fill the 5 points of the 3 point line, and this really gives your team a more cohesive way to play in the open court. The drills are great and love the way Izzo teaches. Definitely recommend for your program and well worth the money.
If you don't like Tom Izzo's tapes, something is wrong with you! Same thing here. Great info, very organized, great progression, great drills, and well taught. I love this tape, and is probably my favorite tape on fastbreak offense.
Izzo has a clear eye for details that make the difference. The way he teaches decision making with a simple drill like the 3on2 halfcourt drill confirms this. When you like to work on creating a succesfull fastbreak you can learn from this DVD.
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