(Rental)-Aau Boys Basketball Series: Fast Break & Secondary Break
Fast Break System and Secondary Break
In AAU or youth basketball, the fast break is the primary means of generating offensive scoring opportunities, not the half-court offense. In this video, former Division I head coach Fran Fraschilla demonstrates both the primary and secondary fast break set up. You will see how Fraschilla addresses the desire for quick and easy transition opportunities and how they can be the focus of an offense’s attack.
Fraschilla, now an international basketball analyst for ESPN, spent time at Manhattan College, St. John’s, and the University of New Mexico. While at Manhattan, Coach Fraschilla was the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. In addition to the fast break, Fraschilla addresses questions that coaches should be asking themselves as they prepare their programs for success. What is your rebounding philosophy? Do you have an extraordinary player? These are among several questions Fraschilla takes on in this 48-minute video.
Fast Break System
The fast break is the foundation for any offensive system because it presents the easiest – and fastest – way to score points. Coach Fraschilla presents a number of options for layups by your wing players as well as those for your post player making a run at the rim. Coach Fraschilla will use the whiteboard as well as on-court demonstrations to show you his fast break drills, which include a 2-on-1, a 3-on-1, and a 3-on-2 component. Each drill teaches players to continue shooting first until a defense commits to stopping you.
There will be times when the fast break is defended and an offense that allows for flow right into a secondary play will create more scoring opportunities. Coach Fraschilla’s system gives you an offense to run when the fast break breaks down or is simply well defended. Coach takes you through each step of the secondary offense. Running the secondary break can help an offense take advantage of a defense that is not well-organized for the transition from fast break to half-court defense.
Getting more easy shots can help any program win. Coach Fraschilla shows you how to generate those shots with the fast break and a well-organized secondary break. If you are looking to generate more offense, this is a great place to start. Rent this Fast Break System DVD today.
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