Every year the 2012 national tournament displays the best athletes, teams and coaches of the season on a nationally televised stage. No doubt you have succumbed to the “Madness” yourself at times and spent hours watching the teams and found new plays that intrigued you. Perhaps you have even applied some of these plays to your own teams, with varied success. Maybe you wish you had a bit more in-depth analysis and explanation of some of these plays so you could add them to your playbook in a more complete form. You can find exactly this in the “2012 NCAA Tournament Playbook”. Inside you will find the top plays from the top teams of the 2012 national tournament.
Have you ever found you thought you knew everything there was to know about basketball and then you came across a team that used a system that completely confounded and befuddled you? If you do not have all the answers, you can bet your players will probably be in an even worse state. If you don’t have answers to unexpected game situations, you will find it easy to struggle against teams that use unique sets and run plays you haven’t before encountered. No doubt the coaches in the 2012 national tournament have found themselves in similar situations as this, throughout the years.
You see, great coaches know that even if they do a lot of scouting, they will sometimes find themselves such as the 2012 national tournament, for instance, against a team that they have not had a lot of time to scout. They will need to have some plays in the playbook that they normally didn’t use in order to counter rare strategies. If you take a look at this ebook, you will have as many plays as these coaches have in order to grow your own playbook so that you can have plays ready to go for as many situations as humanly possible.
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The teams who got to the 2012 national tournament deserved it. They got there through hard play and highly developed strategies. Think you could learn something from them? They pushed themselves to the limit, just as you want your players to do. And the more plays you can give them to help as they push themselves, the better off you will be.