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Playbook Landstede Basketball ZAC DS1 2013/14 Season
Transcript of Playbook Landstede Basketball ZAC DS1 2013/14 Season
Landstede Basketball ZAC DS1
Table of contents
Intro and philosophy Read and React Offense
Intro and philosophy Defensive System
1. Having the right attitude, both on and
off the court.
2. Emphasis on enthusiasm, passion,
character and hard work.
3. Being totally committed to the team cause,
working hard to improve everyday.
4. Representing the club and team with pride
5. Respecting of club rules.
Not doing anything to disrespect yourself, team
or organization. The rest is left up to you to figure out.
Introduction and philosophy
Read and React Offense
What it is:
*A principled framework out of which players can play.
* A system of 2 man read and reactions that can be drilled to the point of habit. These 2 man habits are not just a random collection of good 2 man games.
* The system ties these 2 man reads into a seamless 5 man offense that can be adjusted to any set, formation, types of players or style of play.
* To customize the framework of the RRO system to fit the personnel and style of play your team needs to be successful
What it´s not:
* A motion offense.
* Not an offense made up of plays.
What it is, what it´s not, what it can be;
Goals of Read and React Offensive system;
Secret of Read and React Offense system;
Flexibility and adaptability;
Teaching the offense by Layers.
What it can be:
* The team´s entire MTM offense and zone offense.
* Your principled offensive foundation.
* System of development with a unified curriculum, organization, foundation.
Goals of Read and React Offensive System:
* Easily taught and transferred from coach
to coach, coach to player;
* Simple enough to be mastered by repetition;
* Built on habits, not high I.Q.;
* Freedom and excitement for players, encouraging attacking skills;
*Building 5 man coordination;
* Simple enough for kids, complex enough
*Two edged sword=
better fundamentals>easier to run
more it is run>better fundamentals
Secrets of Read and React Offense:
* High amounts of repetitions.
* The drills collapse time frames.
*Preseason workouts, building habits.
Difference between Motion Offense/RRO;
Motion offense: RRO:
High IQ prerequisite.
Player without ball has
Too much freedom.
Player without ball has
1 has some freedom, 4
Flexibility and adaptability:
* Teams with no post players and with strong post players;
* Small, quick penetrating teams;
More deliberate style of play;
* 5 Out, 4 Out/1 In, 3 Out/2 In;
* High post, Mid post, Low Post;
* Screens or no screens;
* Offense for youth teams, pros.
1. RECOGNIZE what´s going on
(read the ball).
2. THINK all possible options.
3. CHOOSE an option.
4. MOVE (react).
The two most important habits in
the Read and React Offense.
Teaching the offense by Layers:
Level A: Laying the foundation.
Layer 1: North/South Dribble Penetration:
Layer 2: North/South
Baseline Drive Adjustment
Layer 3: Pass and Cut:
Scoring and Spacing
Layer 4: Post Reactions to
Layer 5: East/West Dribbles:
The Speed Dribble
Completing the foundation
Level C: Post Play
Icing on the
* The ball drives right, circle move right.
Ball drives left, circle move left.
* Five spots on NBA arc.
Drive baseline options:
* Natural pitch window (corner)
* 45° window (baseline to opposite
* 90° window (baseline to top)
* Safety value (original spot of
On baseline drive, the player in opposite corner does not circle. Is the only adjustment necessary.
The Power Dribble
The Circle Reverse
Multiple Staggered Screens
Layer 10: 4 Out/1 In:
Advanced Post Reactions
Layer 11: 4 Out/1 In:
4 Out/1 In:
Layer 13: 3 Out/2 In:
Layer 14: Counter Helping Defense:Pin & Skip
Layer 15: Attacking Zones
Fastbreak to Halfcourt Offense
The Ultimate: Flowing naturally from Set to Set
Introduction and philosophy
* What is expected.
* Pressure defense.
What is expected:
*If the ball penetrates the lane above the post, then the post slides down to short corner.
* If the ball penetrates the lane below the
post, then the post slides up to the lane line.
Pass and Cut
Fill Out to Open Spot
Fill Up Open Spot
Front Cut/Rear Cut
*The defense tends to relax when you pass the
ball (mentally, physically). When that happens, is the perfect time to make a North/South basket cut.
* If you stand, your defender can help on the ball.
* Your cut creates good things for your teammates, removing an immediate help defender, giving teammate with ball more room to attack off dribble. Your cut occupies the other help defenders, your open spot creating offense for your teammates.
Protect offensive spacing rules:
* When you pass (1 spot away) you MUST BASKET CUT!
* Open spots are filled from the baseline up.
Roles on offense
a. Transition game
b. Halfcourt offense
c. Press offense
d. OOB Plays
Helping players to focus
only on their strengths,
while hiding weaknesses,
for the better of the team.
Roles on offense:
Fast break alignment
Ballhandlers on fastbreak: Annamarie, Marcia, Pleuni
Wings: Teske, Loraine, Lisa, Anneloes, Marieke, Pleuni, Marcia
Rim Runners/Trailers: Lincy, Josje, Frinke, Lisa, Marieke
out of Read and React Offense
Hand off and roll. 1st layer of ball screen introductions.
1. Can be used as a form of pressure release.
2. Inside players can initiate the pick & roll to get
3. It can be used to change sets.
*If the defense switches, then the roller is open.
*If the ball is stuffed in lane, then the rest cuts
to safety valve as learned in previous layers.
* If the roller is not open, then he basket cuts, then
fills out to open spot for spacing and balance.
Examples of dribble handoff below:
On a failed penetration= reverse the circle.
The player in a natural pitch position must reverse in order to get into an available passing lane.
After ANY basket cut, you may backscreen your way out!
* Hard to defend.
* Similar to basic layer basket cuts.
* Dovetail into previous layers.
* North-South attack.
*Cutters always fill out.
* To get open/teammates open.
* Giving teammates a chance to score.
* Leave lane quickly.
* Setting up 3-point shots.
* Solves problems.
* Taking someone's place on perimeter.
* Getting teammates' attention by yelling name.
Finish your cut and use or set screens as you go!
While cutting, look for multiple staggered screens.
Difficult to scout.
1. Having the right attitude, with
emphasis on enthusiasm, passion, hard
work, selflessness and poise.
2. Totally committed, working to improve everyday no matter the circumstances.
3. Acting in a first-class manner.
Three essential fundamentals:
1. Applying extreme pressure on the ballhandler, having the proper stance,
front foot mirroring the ball, hands active. NO lunging at the ball, forcing
ballhandler to make mistake.
2. Anticipation off the ball, on the line
and up the line.
3. Trapping the ball.
(for 2nd half of the season)
Annamarie, Pleuni, Marcia
Inbounders: Teske, Pleuni, Loraine, Lisa
Ballhandlers: Annamarie, Pleuni, Loraine,
Inbounders: Teske, Loraine,
Screeners: Marieke, Lisa, Lincy,
Cutters: Annamarie, Pleuni,
the rest of the team
Teske, Marieke, Anneloes, will
defend opponent's best perimeter
scorer. Marieke can also defend
sometimes opponent's best
inside scorer. Josje and Lisa will
defend the opponent's best inside scorer.
When you feed the post, make one of these cuts:
* Laker Cut Low
* Laker Cut High
1. Pass and cut is an established habit we won't violate.
2. Pass and standing forces the post to go 1-on-1.
3. Feed the post and cut occupies non-post defenders.
* If the passer cuts, everyone else moves along the perimeter. Use contact from defender as a signal to change direction.
Some words of wisdom to live by this season:
Now let's get to work and win the title!
* If the ball penetrates the lane below the post, then the post slides up to the lane line (90 degree angle).
* If the ball penetrates the lane above the post, then
the post slides down to the short corner, allowing space for the penetrator to get to the rim. If the post defender helps, then make a bounce pass.
* If the post defender follows outside the lane and other help comes, then the post rear cuts for the bounce pass.
* If the ball penetrates the lane above the post help comes, and the short corner is not open, then the post moves to safety valve (circle move).
This layer is best to use in an alignment with the corners open. There is no weakside help on the post, and opens up good opportunities for North-South dribbles ( 45/90 degree windows).
As soon as a North-South dribble occurs, the post are getting down to the short corner or lane line to get out of the way. The penetrators can take what the defense gives them whenever they want.
*The post player inside screens for cutters and then flashes towards the ball. Can be used if post player is not a strong back to basket player.
* Limit post to one side only, first entry pass away from ball.
* Best to use when corners are empty, eliminating helpside from baseline side, so wings can drive baseline. The wings should use the post defender's position as a clue which direction to drive on North-South dribble. If the post player is topside, then the wing player should drive baseline. The post player can then seal his/her defender off.
* Post is a reliable screener, can also skip the ball opposite vs. sagging defenses.
* Drive, draw and kick at ANYTIME and from ANYWHERE!
Why 3 out/2 in?
-You may have two very strong post players that create a lot of offense by being around the basket.
-Your post players are good at scoring with their backs to the basket.
-Your post players are good passers/great rebounders.
-Your post players are unskilled on the perimeter.
-Your three perimeter players have a LOT of room to penetrate.
-The post players are illusions.
Top drives gut: (5 cases from top)
* If no defender helps=go all the way
* If wing defender helps= kick it out to natural pitch
* If wing defender stays and post defender helps= bounce pass to post
* If other post defender helps= bounce pass to post on that side
* If defenders stay, opposite wing drops and comes to help=reverse pivot, throw back to safety valve.
5 cases from baseline:
* No defender helps=layup
* Help from opposite wing= natural pitch
* Help from ballside post= shot lane line ballside 90 degree
* Help from weakside post defender= shot lane 45 degree
* Help from ballside wing=shot safety valve (reverse pivot)
* Pin screen the deepest defender and skip the pass! Can be taught right away. Defender weakside closest to the ball has furthest distance to recover/close out to the ball. That person should be screened.
* The screener should make a hard cut to defender to set screen. By forcing his defender to go with him/her, he/she occupies two defenders.
* Place back towards teammate and then yell "Pin"! This should get the attention of the teammate with the ball. On catch he/she has the option to shoot, drive or pass. The screener should seal his/her defender after Pin for possible layup.
You can attack a zone the same way as a
man-to-man, using some habits/skills and adjustments.
#1: Pass & Seam Cut: instead of basket cut, cut to an open seam in the zone. ( Hook & Look)
#2: Short corner: ball in short corner=baseline drive, with all windows available.
#3: Penetrate & Pitch- attack with circle move, encouraging the helpside defense to come to ball, using same windows.
#4: Safety Valve advantage using N/S dribble-stretch zone out of comfort zone
#5 Pin & Skip: