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Special Situations eBook and Basketball Coaching Clinic Notes Volume 5

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Coaches,

Here is a 125 basketball coaching clinic notes ebook / playbook on Special Situations and various basketball coaching clinic notes. It also includes the Brazil National Team Playbook (53 pages) for free. It includes over 2500 pages of basketball coaching information. During the stretch run before the playoffs, you can pick up some “special situations” plays to help put your team in the win column.The Brazil National Team Playbook is something that I did personally for one of the top five national ranked high school teams in the United States. I also put in the Tom Izzo Quick strikes and Vance Walberg Dribble Drive Attack Playbook.

You also get a free “Mid-Major” Madness Volume 1 Playbook.

Pick up crucial points with these made-to-score out of bounds plays and special situations. Insights on how to handle special situations including pressure, press break, zone offense, attacking junk defenses and late game situations. Demonstration of how to beat junk defenses like the triangle and two and box and one. Also included are pressure, press break, zone offense, attacking junk defenses and late game situations. Handling pressure applies to situations on and off the floor. Offensive execution is important when facing a myriad of situations from your opponent. to help your team add 4-5 points a game-and win more close games!

Coaching philosophy on special situations – or what people call “special teams situations.” Any dead ball situation is considered a special teams opportunity and his goal is to be aggressive and pick up 4-5 points a game in special teams play.

Use these plays and strategies to go after an opposing player who is in foul trouble, generate fouls against your opponent’s best player and to get the shots you need late in the game.

Special teams involves:

  • Jump balls – See plays to help you score on the first possession of the game.
  • Missed offensive free throws – Get the ball back after a missed free throw.
  • Baseline out-of-bounds – Plays to attack from the baseline.
  • Sideline out-of-bounds – Plays with multiple options.
  • Plays after time outs – Set plays to neutralize heavy defensive pressure.
  • The three main goals when it comes to special teams play: Score points, have a specific purpose and have two options (inside and outside).

Use effective plays and strategies to change your team from an early exit team to an Deep Playoff team in your tournament on annual basis.

List of basketball coaching clinic notes:

Double Pump Clinic Notes 2009
2010 IBCA Clinic Notes
5 Star Clinic Chicago Notes 2010
5 Star Hall Of Fame Clinic Notes
9 Blob vs. Zone
12 Blob sets
70 Blobs and Slobs
AASAA Dribble Drive Motion Offense
Adolph Rupp-Out of Bounds Plays
Ball Line Defense Diagrams
Baylor Individual and Team Defensive Drills
Ben Jacobson-Special Drills to improve your team
Ben Jacobson-UNI offense vs Man/zone
Ben Jacobson-UNI Set Plays
Ben Jacobson-UNI Pack Defense
Bill Russell-Motivational Notes
Bill Self-Kansas 2 Game
Bob Knight Fort Walton 2009 Notes
Bob Knight Spain Clinic 2010
Bobby Cremins Special Situations
Bobby Hussy Special Situations
Bobby Lutz-Quick Hitters
Box and 1 Offense
Brad Brownell-Motion ideas vs. sagging man
Brad Nadbourne-Special Situations
Brad Stevens-Playing Undersized Nike Clinic
Brazil National Team Playbook (53 pages)
Bruce Pearl-Man Out of bounds series
Bruce Weber Defense Diagrams
Bruce Weber Transition Defense
Bruce Weber-Attacking gimmick defenses
Buzz Peterson-Special Situations
Chris Mack Continuity Ball Screen Offense
Clinic Notes 2010
Clinic to end all clinic notes 2010
Coach K- Gold Standard Book Notes
Coach K-attacking zone defenses
Dave Rose-BYU Special Plays
Dave Stricklin-Triangle Entries
Defending the Flex Offense
Dennis Felton / John Beilein 1-3-1 Zone Defense
Double Pump Clinic Notes 2010
Don Meyer-Special Situations Notes 2010
Duke Elbow Blob Series
Ettore Messina Nike Hamburg Europe Notes
Flex Offense-How to teach it
Flex Offense Set Plays
Florida Coaches Clinic 2010 Notes
Florida Coaches Clinic 2009 Notes
Final Four Slobs 2010
Forrest Larson man Press
Fran Fraschilla Ball Screen Offense
Frank Martin Kansas State Defensive Drills
Gail Goestenkors Favorite Drills
Gary Nottingham-Late Game Special Situations
Georgia Tech Inbounds Plays
Herb Welling Dribble Drive Motion Offense
Hubie Brown Special Situations
Hubie Brown-Memphis Grizzlies Motion Offense
Jackie Ansely Hamburg Nike Notes
Jackie Ansely International Nike Clinic Notes
Jay Wright-Building a Player the Wright Way
Jay Wright-How to teach motion offense
Jay Wright-Myrtle Beach Plays for Players 2010
Jay Wright-Special Situations
Jay Wright- St. Joe’s Practice
Jeff Van Gundy Ball Screens
Jeff Young Toughness Drills
Jerry Petitgoue-Dribble Drive Motion Offense
Jerry Tarkanian-Amoeba Defense
Jerry Wainwright-Late Game Situations
Jim Calhoun Clinic to end all Clinic Notes
Jim Larranaga George Mason Zone Offenses
Jim Boeheim Syracuse 2-3 zone
John Chaney System
Johnny Jones-North Texas Special Situations
John Wooden-Notes from the Best Coach Ever
Kevin Boyle-Zone Entries and sets
Kevin O’Neill-Arizona Set Plays
Lawrence Frank Clinic to end all Clinic notes 2010
Lon Kruger-43 out of bounds series
Lon Kruger and Herb Sendek Gahr Clinic Notes
Loren LeBeau-Walberg Press
Mark Turgeon-Texas A&M Set Plays
Matt Painter-Purdue Blobs vs man / zone
Mike Garland-Michigan State Rebounding Notes
Mike McContahy-Late Game Situations
Minnesota Fall Clinic 2010 Notes
Morgan Wooten-Coaching to win late game situations
Niagara Out of Bounds Series
Pete Carril Back door princeton offense
Pete Strickland-Late Game Situations
Roy Williams-Kansas attacking zones
Ruben magnano-Argentina Flex Offense
Sean Miller-Attacking Zone Defenses
Stan Joplin-Toledo Special Plays
Stan Van Gundy- NBA applications, late game situations
Steve Smith-Oak Hill 40 series man quick hitters
Steve Smith-Oak Hill Special Plays
Tod Lickliter-Butler Offensive System
Sports Management Worldwide Sports Career Conference – Basketball Notes
Pete Gillen-Things that I would do differently
Phil Martelli- Notes about standing still
Premier Coaches Clinic 2010 Notes
Rick Struggs-First Game Checklist
Rising Coaches Conference Notes
Rising Coaches Conference 2010 Notes (different version)
Sanford Power Clinic 2010 Notes
Sean Miller and Jim Boylen Gahr Clinic Notes 2010
Sergio Scariolo-Hamburg Nike Clinic
Sergio Scariolo-International Nike Clinic 2010
Seth Greenburg-Closeouts 2010
Seth Greenburg-Quick hitters and Ramsey Offense
Seth Greenburg-Ramsey Offense
SOS Pressure Defense Notes
Sports Management Conference Notes
Steve Klaas 1-3-1 Zone Defense
Steve Mergelsberg-Rutgers Amoeba Defense
St. Patricks Nike Clinic 2010 notes
Sylvia Hatchell-UNC Offensive Thoughts
Terry Carroll’s Second Cutter Pressbreak
Tom Crean-transition defense and rebounding
Tom Izzo-Rebounding and Quick hitters
Tom Izzo-Anatomy of a Time out 2010 Notes
Tom Izzo 4 Blobs vs man/zone
Tom Izzo notes 2010
Tom Izzo Quick Strike Playbook
Tony Barone Daily Defensive Drills
University of Tulsa 2010 Playbook
Urban Meyer Book Notes
Vance Walberg Press Notes 2010
Vance Walberg Dribble Drive Attack Playbook
Villa 7 Conference 2009 Notes
Villanova Defense
Vivian Stringer 55 Defense Clinic 2010
Warriors Shooting Drills
Will Rey-Box and One offenses

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