DRIVEn, DRAWings, and DISHcussions

Developing the greatest game in the world

Table of Contents

  1. APPENDICES
  2. Introduction
    1. Part I: An Overview
    2. Part II: Why Change?
    3. Part III: Importance of Fundamentals
    4. Part IV: The Basics
    5. Part V: The Breakdown
    6. Part VI: Defense
    7. Part VII: 6 Reasons Why Dribbling Actions Are Taught First
    8. Part VIII: Building Blocks vs. Drills
    9. Part IX: Combining Layers
  3. The Foundation (Perimeter Actions)
    1. Attack Dribble
      1. Description
        1. Offensive Points of Emphasis
        2. Offensive Fundamentals
        3. Defensive Points of Emphasis
        4. Defensive Fundamentals
      2. Circle Movement Description
        1. Whole
        2. Part
        3. Whole II
      3. Baseline Drive Adjustment Description
        1. Whole
        2. Part
        3. Whole
        4. Where Do I Go?
      4. Post Slides Description
        1. Implementation Plan (Whole I)
        2. Implementation Plan (Part)
        3. Whole II
    2. Non Attacking Dribble
      1. Dribble-At: Description
        1. Offensive Points of Emphasis
        2. Defensive Points of Emphasis
        3. Whole
        4. Part
        5. Whole (Combining Layers)
        6. Defensive Fundamentals
      2. The Power Dribble
        1. Offensive Points of Emphasis
        2. Offensive Fundamentals
        3. Defensive Points of Emphasis
        4. Defensive Fundamentals
        5. Whole
        6. Part
        7. Whole (Combining Layers)
    3. Pass, Cut, & Fill
      1. Passing 1 Player Away Description
        1. Offensive Points of Emphasis
        2. Offensive Fundamentals
        3. Defensive Points of Emphasis
        4. Defensive Fundamentals
        5. Whole
        6. Single action Part breakdown
        7. Multiple Actions
      2. Read Line
      3. Skip Pass
      4. More on the Skip Pass
  4. Combining Foundational Actions
    1. Part I: Attack Dribble, Dribble-At, Pass & Cut
    2. Part II: The Draft Drive 2 Player Building Blocks
    3. Part IIa:  Limitations of 2 Player Building Blocks
    4. Part III: The Power of 3 Player Building Blocks
    5. 3 Perimeter Players (3 actions)
    6. 4 Perimeter Players (3 actions)
  5. Post Play
    1. The 8 C’s of Post Play
    2. Post Play in the R&R: Overview
    3. Permanent vs. Temporary Post Players
    4. Permanent Post Players: Where Do They Go?
    5. Permanent Post Players: Where Do They Go? Part II
  6. Post Pass – Laker Cut
    1. Description
    2. Points of Emphasis
    3. Offensive Fundamentals
    4. Whole
    5. Part
    6. Whole (Combining Layers)
  7. Next Best Actions
    1. Phase II: Transitioning from the Foundation to “What’s Next”
    2. Why Would I Fill Out
    3. Posting Up: Overview
      1. The Rules
      2. Whole
      3. Offensive Fundamentals
      4. Defensive Fundamentals
      5. Breakdown
    4. Back Screen: Description
      1. Points of Emphasis
      2. Offensive Fundamentals
      3. Defensive Fundamentals
      4. Whole
      5. Part
      6. Whole
    5. Pin Screen: Description
      1. Points of Emphasis
      2. Offensive Fundamentals
      3. Defensive Fundamentals
      4. Whole
      5. Part
      6. Whole

 
 
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