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Ball Screen Twist Action by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | December 30, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Ball screen Twist Action  The great Coach Chuck Daly used to say, “Defense can’t guard two things in a row.”  One of the international staples to ball screen offense is the twist ball screen action. The “twist” action is where a ball screen is set and then immediately re-set as no advantage was gained on […]

Ice Defense – NBA Pick and Roll Type of Defense by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | December 27, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Beating the ICE Defense. The pick and roll defense that is spreading around basketball like wildfire is “Icing.” It started in the NBA and Europe and has now made its way to college and high school basketball. ICE Defense is a side pick and roll defense in which the defense attempts to keep the ball […]

San Antonio Spurs Post Double by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | November 17, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Spurs Post-Double: The Spurs Way  In a FIBA clinic, Warriors assistant coach Mike Brown discussed his time with the San Antonio Spurs and the various ways they went about doubling the post up. The way they defended varied from game to game as their scheme came down to the opposing team’s personnel. The Spurs defenders […]

Popular Packline Defense tactics: Monster Post Double by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | November 10, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Monster Post Double  One of the most popular ways of doubling the post is to double big-to-big, or “Monster” the post. This method is a popular tactic in the Pack Line Defense.  Reason for teams utilizing the “Monster” post-double:  1. Defending against or slowing down a talented big. When facing a really good big, it […]

Spain Wins 2019 FIBA World Cup by Chris Filos

By Coach Peterman | September 20, 2019 | 0 Comments

Spain defeated Argentina 75-55 in the gold medal game of the 2019 FIBA World Cup to win its 2nd world cup title.  The 2019 FIBA World Cup was a highly competitive one that had a large group of teams with a legitimate shot of winning the title. With the United States fielding a less-talented roster than the […]

Will Voight Peel Switching by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | August 25, 2019 | 1 Comment

A newer defensive concept in basketball called Peel Switching comes from Coach Will Voigt and the Angolan National Team.  Coach Voigt discusses this defensive concept on The Basketball Podcast with Chris Oliver.  Peel switching is not a common form of rotation on defense in basketball. This unique defensive concept is a way to combat the […]

Basketball Camp: Point Guard Basketball College by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | July 23, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Basketball Camp: Point Guard Basketball College It is camp season! When I was 17 years old, I attended Point Guard Basketball College at UC Riverside. It was the best basketball camp I would ever go to. At the time, it was run by founder Dick DeVenzio. Dick was a former college basketball player at Duke […]

Basketball Camp Drills by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | July 10, 2019 | 1 Comment
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Basketball camp season is here! It is time for both kids and coaches to develop and sharpen their skills. There are tons of good, quality camps out there. Growing up on the west coast, two of my favorite camps that I attended as a kid were: Snow Valley Basketball Camp and Point Guard Basketball College.  […]

Steve Kerr Winner against Raptors in NBA Finals by chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | June 22, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Steve Kerr Winner Play Here is 9.6 seconds left on the clock with the ball. Down 1. No Kevin Durant. No Klay Thompson.  Season on the line. What is Steve Kerr going to draw up in the timeout to get Steph Curry the ball? There is no question in anyone’s mind that the ball was […]

NBA Finals Game 2 have the warriors back by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | June 12, 2019 | 0 Comments

Most teams would have hung their heads. Most teams would have folded. Most teams would have lost. Most teams are not the Golden State Warriors. After a loss in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, the defending champions were looking a 2-0 series deficit to the Toronto Raptors in the face.  Kevin Durant hasn’t played […]

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