By Chris Endres
Training the Princeton Offense is a book/DVD package deal that covers every little thing a trainer would have to be aware of in an effort to enforce this offense together with his staff. The Princeton offense teaches basketball avid gamers easy methods to play opposed to any man-to-man protection. This offense is hard to scout and is very constructive to school groups who may well lack a step of quickness or an inch of peak opposed to their rivals. This book/DVD package deal takes a glance at this subtle offensive scheme and breaks it down in a masterful means by using easy terminology and well-thought-out courtroom diagrams.
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Coaching the Princeton Offense Chris Endres �2012 Coaches Choice. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States. No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior permission of Coaches Choice. Throughout this book, the masculine shall be deemed to include the feminine and vice versa. O. com Dedication This book is dedicated to all who have been a major part in my personal life.
This movement keeps the clock running, as it works to the advantage of the offense. The quick hitters that are shown can be run to get an open three point shot, a backdoor lay-up, or a post-up isolation for your key players in key moments in the game. Along with the regular phases of the offense, the basic Princeton offense can effectively take precious time off the game clock, compelling superior opponents to gamble, keeping them from winning the game. Overview In an overview, the basics of the Princeton offensive system are keyed by the positioning of the post player on the court and the four other perimeter players (Diagram 1-1).
If this is not available, the side post can square up to the basket and use his 1-on-1 moves. If the rub screen was executed well, the side post defender trails the side post and is having to chase the side post. This close out technique by the defender usually grants a fake shot and drive. Diagram 5-9 When the side post receives the pass, the offense can go into the side post options if the drop-step or 1-on-1 moves are not immediately available. These options are explained in Chapter 3. If the ball cannot get to the post player flashing to the ballside post, then enter the offense with a pass to the ballside wing player (Diagram 5-10).