Andy Enfield USC Transition Game Notes – 2014 Nike Clinic Notes
Andy Enfield is turning the corner at USC. I think that you will love the Andy Enfield USC Transition Game Notes – 2014 Nike Clinic Notes.
You will learn how to put pressure on the defense to make them vulnerable. There are twenty entirely different scoring options in this transition game. Putting your player in completely different situations will only help your scoring.
Coach Enfield was responsible for “Dunk City” at Florida Gulf Coast University when they made that run in the NCAA Tournament. They play a hard quicking quick style that gets up and down the court.
Coach Enfield likes the concept of a fast transition style where you get right into it and get the ball up the floor to your point guard. I think that you will see the ideas behind his set plays and transition game. You can easily put these plays in your playbook quickly.
Here are some of the plays: ball screen, skip action, double drag, single high ball screen, rip weak side wing, and much more.
Andy Enfield and his USC Trojans Today (12-24-16)
Coach Enfield has his USC Trojans undefeated right now with their last non-conference game last night against the University of Wyoming. The game was tied up with thirty seconds and USC had the ball. Jordan McLaughlin dribbled down the clock, and they ran a great clear out play to drive the ball through traffic in the lane. It gave number twenty-three in the country a 94-92 win in the title game of the Las Vegas Classic.
You will be able to see why USC ranks in the top twenty-five with these youtube highlights. Take a look at these great clinic notes to learn his system.
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