Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2012’

The importance of creating shots off of cuts

A closer look at the game between USA and Lithuania in the 2012 London Olympics reveals helpful data for coaches looking to improve their half court offense against a zone defense.

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The Elements of Offense: How to actualize a good half court offense

What do good offenses such as the Princeton Offense and the Read and Read Offense have in common? And what does a half court offense do — and not do — for your team?

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Your shot chart is lying to you (and what to do about it)

Observing shot creation and location can transform your understanding and analysis of any basketball game, making you a more effective coach, more valuable player, and a more informed fan of the game.

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