Rory Hamilton

Rory Hamilton has 17 years of basketball coaching experience at the collegiate and high school level. Coach Hamilton just finished up his first season at Norman North High School where the Timberwolves posted a 17-9 record. Season highlights included a tournament championship at the Altus Bulldog Invitational, runner up at the Sapulpa Chieftain Holiday Classic, and losing in the 6A area playoffs. Prior to Norman North, he served as the head girls coach at Mount St. Mary Catholic High School in Oklahoma City, OK. In seven years at MSM, he posted a 108-75 record and is the winningest girls coach in school history. Coach Hamilton led the Rockets to three consecutive 4A state tournament appearances. In 2011-2012, the Rockets had a 20-7 record and made it to the state tournament for the first time in school history. The next year in 2012-2013, the Rockets posted a 25-6 record and earned the silver ball, losing in the 4A state championship game to Fort Gibson. Last season in 2013-2014, the Rockets posted a 23-7 record and lost to Anadarko in the 4A state tournament semifinals. Coach Hamilton was named Central Oklahoma Conference coach of the year three times and was selected to coach the Little All-City all-star game three consecutive years from 2012-2014. Prior to MSM, coach Hamilton had assistant coaching jobs at Cache High School, Maize High School in Wichita, KS and Newman University. Coach Hamilton is married to the former Allison Barse of Norman, Oklahoma. They have two children, Maddox (10) and Avery (6). He played collegiate basketball for one year at Butler County Community College and then transferred to play baseball at Newman University and graduated with a B.S. in secondary education and a B.A. in mathematics. Coach Hamilton received his M.Ed. in curriculum and instruction from Wichita State University. Coach Hamilton’s interests include Wichita State Shocker basketball and spending time in Norman with his family and friends.

Junk Offense Blog #4: Simple Sets for attacking a Triangle-and-Two Defense by Rory Hamilton

(This is part 4 of a 4 part series on how to attack “junk defense.” Find Part 1 here: 4 Reasons Why You Will See Junk Defense, Part 2 here: Developing Your Offensive Philosophy vs Junk Defense, and Part 3 here: Simple Sets & Concepts for Attacking Box/Diamond &1) Part 4 of my series on …

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Junk Offense Blog #3: Simple Sets/Concepts for attacking Diamond | Box and 1 Defense

Junk Offense Blog #3: Simple Sets/Concepts for attacking Diamond / Box and 1 Defense Part 3 of my series on attacking junk defenses looks at simple and effective ways to attack a diamond / box and 1 defense.  In my previous post, we discussed developing your offensive philosophy regarding how to attack junk defenses.  Will …

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Junk Offense Blog #2: Developing your offensive philosophy versus junk defense!

Junk Offense Blog #2: Developing your offensive philosophy versus junk defense! Coaches often use the summer as a time to reflect upon the previous season as well as think about the future. What worked? What didn’t? What are our strengths? What are our weaknesses? What are the areas we need to improve the most to …

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