Jay Wright Final Four Clinic Notes by Chris Filios

Jay Wright Final Four Clinic Notes

Written by Coach Peterman

I have coached at the NCAA Division 2 (Southwestern Oklahoma State University), NAIA (USAO), and JUCO Levels (Blinn College and Carl Albert State College) as well as high school. I just felt that fellow coaches especially young coaches need to constantly work on their “game”. Just like the basketball players that we coach. We as coaches need to improve ourselves. That is my story and why I do this blog.

January 21, 2018

Check out the Jay Wright Final Four Clinic Notes! You will love them.

Can you name the college basketball team that is…

#1 in adjusted offensive efficiency (126.9)#2 in raw offensive efficiency (123.8)#1 in effective field goal % (61.2)#4 in overall field goal % (51.7)#4 in 2 pt field goal % (59.6)#5 in 3 pt field goal % (42.1)#7 in points per game (88.3)#12 in turnover % (15.1)

Here is a hint…they are currently 17-1 and the #1 team in college basketball…The VILLANOVA WILDCATS!The best and most efficient offense in college basketball belongs to the Villanova Wildcats. There is no doubt that they have outstanding players and are coached by one of the best in all of basketball, Jay Wright. Through the combination of talented players, high level of player development, and an offensive system designed to maximize player’s strengths- Wright has built a powerhouse at Villanova.  You will have to check out these Jay Wright Final Four Clinic Notes!

While many schools have complex offenses or tons of set plays, Villanova keeps it pretty simple. They have a few plays and a simple, but sophisticated four around one motion. Yes, I said simple, but complex…and yes, those two things are contradictory. Let me explain. The necessary spacing, rules, and movements of the offense are simple. However, within this basic structure, there are more advanced and sophisticated things that can be introduced to help maximize the strengths of the roster. The offensive rules can be tailored to fit a lineup with either four perimeter players and one post player or 3 perimeters and two post players, while still holding the same basic principles and concepts.

Attached are the Jay Wright Final Four Clinic Notes from the Final Four. They outline the basic structure and movements of the offense.

So if you would like to improve your offensive efficiency, use the concepts and rules of the most efficient offensive team in college basketball. Check out the Jay Wright Final Four Clinic Notes.

Download the Final Four Clinic Notes here!

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