(Rental)-Post Entry Methods & Accompanying Offensive Tactics
Post Entry Methods and Accompanying Offensive Tactics
One of the most overlooked options in modern basketball offense is the ability to work inside out, which begins with getting the ball into the post. Gonzaga head coach Mark Few, the 2017 AP Coach of the Year, addresses this in this new video. Coach Few has transformed the Gonzaga program into a national power taking the Bulldogs to 19 straight NCAA tournaments that includes seven Sweet Sixteen trips, two Elite Eights, and a national championship game appearance in 2017.
In this video, Coach Few shows you how you can utilize the post player in transition. The Gonzaga head coach will show you how to start from the ground up in using post players in the fast break offense. Your players will develop the ability to recognize post opportunities in transition and how to put both post players and guards in the best possible scoring positions.
A post play video is simply not complete without a number of different sets and entry strategies. Coach Few presents a variety of sets and varied entries to get the ball into the post for a high percentage scoring opportunity. He will show you how these various sets and entries can repeatedly frustrate opposing defenses.
Coach Few’s goal is to help the development of both perimeter and post players. He does so by teaching the following in this segment:
- How to utilize the offense off the post to get a high percentage shot for any player on the floor.
- How post play can alter an opponent’s game strategy beyond just post defense.
- The most effective ways to punish a defense that pressures or double teams the post.
Movement after a Post Entry
One of the cornerstones of Coach Few’s offensive philosophy is working from inside out. As the presentation continues, Few will show you the kinds of offense that can be created after a pass into the post. You will see a number of options available depending upon the reaction of the defense. One of the most common reactions is for defenses to double team the post. Coach Few offers you plays to counter this double team.
As an added bonus, there is a question-and-answer session with Coach Few. Here, he shares ideas on how to teach post skills to any player on your team. He also shows you how to maximize post play against a zone and he shares some ideas about the intangibles that he and his staff look for when recruiting players.
This 64-minute video is a fantastic presentation that covers a lot of ground and it comes to you from one of the most successful coaches in college basketball today.
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