Category Archives: Basketball Offenses

Roy Williams North Carolina Tarheels Offense by Wes Kosel

Roy Williams North Carolina Tarheels Offense by Wes Kosel

Roy Williams North Carolina Tarheels Offense by Wes Kosel Attached are two option plays from the Roy Williams North Carolina Tarheels Offense . Being a Jayhawk, I grew up idolizing Coach Williams and his Kansas teams. I still remember the 2003 NCAA Championship game vs. Syracuse like it was yesterday! Hakeem Warrick blocked Michael Lee’s…

Richard Pitino Minnesota NIT Champion Motion Offense by Dana Beszczynski

Richard Pitino Minnesota NIT Champion Motion Offense by Dana Beszczynski

Richard Pitino Minnesota NIT Champion Motion Offense by Dana Beszczynski Richard Pitino took the University of Minnesota to the NIT Final where he was matched up against one of the true coaching legends of the game, SMU’s Larry Brown. Brown was looking to be the first coach to win an NBA, NCAA, and NIT Championship.…

Tight Stack Continuity Offense by Wes Kosel

Tight Stack Continuity Offense by Wes Kosel

Tight Stack Continuity Offense by Wes Kosel Attached is a Tight Stack Continuity Offense using a tight stack formation. In Frame 1, the Tight Stack Continuity Offense is started out of a 4 out secondary break. 2 and 3 move from the wing to the low posts, and 4 moves to the elbow after trailing…

Kevin McHale Houston Rockets Offense by Wes Kosel

Kevin McHale Houston Rockets Offense by Wes Kosel

Kevin McHale Houston Rockets Offense by Wes Kosel Here are 3 plays from Coach Kevin McHale. McHale has revived the Rockets, who currently sit in 4th in the Western Conference. McHale won 3 NBA Championships as a player (1981, 1984, 1986), and is trying to bring that winning tradition to Houston. It will be interesting…

Billy Donovan Florida Ball Screen Offense by Wes Kosel

Billy Donovan Florida Ball Screen Offense by Wes Kosel

Billy Donovan Florida Ball-Screen Offense by Wes Kosel In this playbook you will find 6 plays from Coach Billy Donovan utilizing the ball-screen. Donovan and his Gators do a great job using ball-screens and maximizing on pick-and-roll opportunities. If you viewed my previous post on Shaka Smart’s Post Action Plays, you will notice similar movement…