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(Rental)-How To Win With The Princeton Style

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  • (Rental)-How To Win With The Princeton Style
  • How To Win With The Princeton Style by Lee Deforest Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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    • Lee DeForest will show you how to use the Princeton style offense with your team
    • Basketball instruction in the Princeton style offense.
    • Highlights from basketball games that show the Princeton offense in action

    Are you tired of your offense being predictable and stale? Is it hard to adjust the defense? You can now adapt the Princeton Offense to your players' strengths and maximize your teamÕs scoring. After dismantling the famous Princeton Offense, Coach DeForest rebuilt it to create a high-scoring offense for his high school students. The Princeton is easy to learn and implement thanks to DeForest's unique teaching style. DeForest offers whiteboard diagrams and practice footage for six interchangeable sets.

    • Chin
    • Low
    • 5-Out
    • Point
    • Reverse
    • Circle
    DeForest adds game footage to his teaching that shows the system in action. DeForest offers multiple options for each play based on spacing and cutting, as well as reading the defense. Coach DeForest has simplified the Princeton offense to make it more accessible to high school students. This will allow you to run this complex offense with ease. You can control the game's pace and score layups as well as open 3-pointers with equal efficiency and frequency!

    71 minutes. 2009.

    This offense allows coaches to game plan against their opponent based on their defense style or mismatches. This offense is simplified to a perimeter and post position with six interchangeable sets, while maintaining the principle of the backdoor against overplay defensively.
    Lee DeForest


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