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Tubby Smith's Offensive System

Item Number: BD-02949

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3.00/5 Stars (1 Review)

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Features & Benefits
with Tubby Smith, Texas Tech Head Coach;
former University of Minnesota Head Coach Head Coach,
former University of Kentucky Head Coach
1998 NCAA Champions!

'98 National Coach of the Year

Offense begins with great defense in Tubby Smith's offensive system. The offensive progression begins with secondary offense. All players must be able to play all positions in this offense. The main focus in the half court is throwing the ball in the post. The Chase call is a ball reversal to move the defense as the post player follows the ball. A high low opportunity and a back screen are also options. This action leads to a 3-, 4- or 5-man motion offense. Swing, Drag, Through, Stagger and Fist are other teaching points in the secondary offense. This action is difficult to scout and defend because quick hitting options materialize in different situations. In the half court, the 40 series begins in a 1-4 high set and includes six options to score. Circle Transition is a drill that combines the secondary offense with half court motion offense.

55 minutes. 2008.

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Tubby Smith's Offensive System
on April 30, 2013
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
3/5 Stars

by APBrantley

To the abovementioned reviewer: If this video was useless, then why did you rate it a five?

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Tubby Smith's Offensive System
on April 22, 2008
by DanielTebbe712

Are they really charging money for this product? I bought a Tubby Smith tape a few years ago, and was blown away by how useless it was. Championship Productions generously offered to let me exchange it for no extra cost, but I decided to keep it because it was such an effective example of how NOT to teach. Our coaching staff watched it and compiled a long list of things we never ever wanted to do when teaching basketball. And just look at this clip: the entire clip involves Coach Smith mumbling and pointing and giving vague, incoherent directions. All that talking to get the kids to WALK THROUGH just ONE SINGLE CUT TO THE BASKET. I, for one, intend to spend my money on something else.

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