Category Archives: Basketball Offenses

Dana Altman Motion Offense Post Option by Dana Beszczynski

Dana Altman Motion Offense Post Option This is a nice Motion set run by the Ducks. The Dana Altman Motion Offense Post Option has multiple scoring options coming from the various cuts, chances for open shots or post-up situations available themselves. Dana Altman’s Offense has many creative ball handlers who can also breakdown the defenseContinue Reading

Sean Miller Transition Stagger Set Play by Dana Beszczynski

Sean Miller Transition Stagger Set Play by Dana Beszczynski

Sean Miller Transition Stagger Set Play by Dana Beszczynski The Wildcats have a number of sets which they run very effectively to get open shots for their players in spots on the floor where they can do the most damage. The Sean Miller Transition Stagger Set Play is highly effective. The Sean Miller Transition StaggerContinue Reading

Rick Pitino Louisville Zone Set Plays by Bradley Zellner

Rick Pitino Louisville Zone Set Plays by Bradley Zellner

Rick Pitino Louisville Zone Set Plays by Bradley Zellner The key to beating a zone is having great player and ball movement. Syracuse has been one of the best teams in the country this season and the reason has been the success of Jim Boeheim’s 2-3 zone defense. There is one team that seemed toContinue Reading

Paul Biancardi Zipper Offense

Paul Biancardi Zipper Offense paulbiancardi@espn.com – at clinics, watch things your opponents will run….learning how to attack them Things to think about before your season | Paul Biancardi Zipper Offense 1) Spacing “offense is spacing, spacing is offense” – do you maintain your spacing throughout the possession – finish every cut with a purpose –Continue Reading

Rick Byrd Belmont Drag Screen Transition Offense by Dana Beszczynski

Rick Byrd Belmont Drag Screen Transition Offense by Dana Beszczynski

Rick Byrd Belmont Drag Screen Transition Offense by Dana Beszczynski Rick Byrd is a master tactician as evident by the number and variety of sets he runs with the Belmont Bruins. Byrd has amassed a 588-299 record during his time at Belmont for a .662 winning percentage. Last year, the Bruins won their 6th titleContinue Reading

2-1-2 Offense Playbook by Wes Kosel

2-1-2 Offense Playbook by Wes Kosel

2-1-2 Offense Playbook by Wes Kosel Here are four options out of the 2-1-2 offense. The offense sets up with 2 players on the wings, 2 players in the corners, and a player inside at the free-throw area. The balanced spacing opens up the floor for back-cut opportunities as well as penetrate and pitch options.Continue Reading

Kerry Keating Secondary Break by Dana Beszczynski

Kerry Keating Secondary Break by Dana Beszczynski

Kerry Keating Secondary Break by Dana Beszczynski Santa Clara plays in the WCC and Head Coach Kerry Keating has done a good job of revitalizing Broncos basketball. They achieved 24+ wins for the second time in 3 years in 2012-13. In their WCC match-up with BYU on Thursday night, they ran this Secondary Action whichContinue Reading

Jeff Bzdelik Zone Offense by Dana Beszczynski

Jeff Bzdelik Zone Offense by Dana Beszczynski

Jeff Bzdelik Zone Offense by Dana Beszczynski The Demon Deacons have already knocked off UNC this year and were looking to take down the mighty Orangemen last night at the Joel, but it wasn’t meant to be.  Jeff Bzdelik and his Wake Forest Demon Deacon squad are having a hard time in the ACC.  TheyContinue Reading

Rick Barnes Secondary Break by Dana Beszczynski

Rick Barnes Secondary Break by Dana Beszczynski

Rick Barnes Secondary Break by Dana Beszczynski This Texas Secondary Break Action was run by the Longhorns against Kansas State. There is a lot of ball screening action in this set, plus the use of the stagger early on gives the offense a chance for an early shot. Rick Barnes has done a masterful jobContinue Reading

Sean Miller Arizona Wildcats Transition Offense by Dana Beszczynski

Sean Miller Arizona Wildcats Transition Offense by Dana Beszczynski

Sean Miller Arizona Wildcats Transition Offense by Dana Beszczynski Sean Miller had the Arizona Wildcats undefeated and sitting on top of the polls till the loss to Cal. The biggest blow might have been that they lost Brandon Ashley for the year. Sean Miller said on his radio showing following the 60-58 defeat to CaliforniaContinue Reading