Coming up with new ideas for [tag]basketball offenses[/tag] can sometimes be a challenge. Here’s a tip from Dave that has worked well.
Our Varsity High School team has been working on offensive sets and I found that one of the best ways to give the guys a “new” look is to take the basic offensive set and either invert it or shift it to “the opposite side”.
It’s a great way for them to take the principles of our “double stack down low” and create a “high double stack”. The [tag]basketball[/tag] team is able to pickup on the concept very quickly since they have already learned where to be, who to screen and where they should go. They really got excited about the fact that they could take a basic [tag]offense[/tag] and “jazz it up”
The best music to my ears was when the guys started high fiving each other and saying “Hey it’s really working!”