Table of Contents: Appendices

  1. Appendix A (2 Player Diagrams)
    1. 2 out
      1. Draft Drive
        1. Dribble-At, Attack Dribble
        2. Skip Pass, Attack Dribble
        3. Pass & Cut, Attack Dribble
        4. Read Line, Attack Dribble
      2. Other 2 player Combinations
        1. Skip Pass, Pass & Cut
        2. Attack Dribble, Attack Dribble
    2. 1 out 1 in
      1. Laker Cut, Attack Dribble
    3. 2 in
  2. Appendix B (3 player Diagrams)
    1. 3 out
      1. Attack Dribble, Pass & Cut, Dribble-At
      2. Pass & Cut, Attack Dribble, Attack Dribble
      3. Attack Dribble, Dribble-At, Pass & Cut
      4. Dribble-At, Pass & Cut, Attack Dribble
      5. Dribble-At, Attack Dribble, Pass & Cut
      6. Pass & Cut, Dribble-At, Attack Dribble
      7. Skip Pass, Attack Dribble, Dribble-At
      8. Dribble-At, Skip Pass, Attack Dribble
      9. Attack Dribble, Dribble-At, Attack Dribble
      10. Attack Dribble, Pass & Cut, Attack Dribble
      11. Skip Pass, Pass & Cut, Attack Dribble
    2. 3 out (Post up for 1 action)
      1. Posting Up breakdown
      2. Posting Up combinations
      3. Posting Up combinations w/ Read Line
    3. 2 out 1 in
    4. 1 out 2 in
  3. Appendix C (4 player Diagrams)
    1. 4 out
      1. Attack Dribble, Pass & Cut, Dribble-At
      2. Attack Dribble, Pass & Cut, Attack Dribble
      3. Attack Dribble, Dribble-At, Pass & Cut
      4. Attack Dribble, Dribble-At, Attack Dribble
      5. Dribble-At, Pass & Cut, Attack Dribble
    2. 3 out 1 in
    3. 2 out 2 in
  4. Appendix D (5 player diagrams)
    1. 5 out
    2. 4 out 1 in
    3. 3 out 2 in
  5. Appendix E Practice Plans
    1. Practice #1
    2. Practice #2
    3. Practice #3
    4. Practice #4
    5. Practice #5
    6. Practice #6
    7. Practice #7
    8. Practice #8
    9. Practice #9
  6. FAQ’s
    1. Common Misconception #1
    2. Common Misconception #2
    3. Defenses that give us the most trouble
    4. Offensive Rebounding Scheme
    5. Setting Priorities for Post Players
    6. Transition Offense or Transition Defense?
    7. Teaching “The Play”
    8. Teaching “The Play” Part 2
    9. When Should We Stop the Action?
  7. Randomness
    1. Highlight of the Day
    2. The Use of Fair as a Verb
    3. A Few Thoughts on Practice Planning
    4. Countless Stars, 5000 Visits, and 25 Things I Know
    5. A Quick Digression
    6. Holding Shoot-around in Pre-Game Warm-up
    7. Gotta Put the Ball in the Basket
    8. Building Confidence in Your Defense
    9. You’re the President…Like It or Not
    10. We Do. They Do. We Are. They Are.
    11. Practice Planning Thoughts
    12. Drill Variables
    13. Motivation vs. Inspiration
    14. Am I Willing To Take The Bullet?
    15. The Buck Stops Here
    16. The (Over) Use of the Ball Screen
    17. Teaching Players to Play the Game
    18. Passing is Communication
    19. 5 Coaching Adjustments to Officiating Changes
    20. Why We Succeed or Fail?
    21. Keeping Things Simple
    22. 10 Habits of Great Defenders
    23. First is Not Necessarily Most Important
    24. Making Second Most Important
    25. Technology in Our Game
    26. Skill Development
    27. The Phrase “I Need”
    28. Relationships
  8. Knowing vs. Doing
    1. Part 1
    2. Part 2
    3. Part 3
    4. Part 4
    5. Part 5
    6. Part 6

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