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Tennessee loves to use pin downs in secondary transition. With Grant Williams as the screener, the action is a nightmare for defenders to get around.
The key to this pin down is the weak side offensive players must exchange. I call this "occupying the help."
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Early transition offense by TCU. Sprint into a DHO quick reversal and sprint into a Slot PNR situation. The Horned Frogs are ranked #20 in the 2018-19 preseason AP poll.
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This is a progression of drills to build an understaning of all the roles and scoring opportunities in transition offense. By no means will this address decision making, but it is a good way to start to build good tranisition habits.
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This early offense is designed to create a quick hit for a trailing 5, using a down screen spot up or back screen for a layup. It works on either side of the court. This action creates pick/roll, pick/pop, and drive/kick opportunities. We use this to get a quick look and then roll into our offensive set. The 3 is our best decision maker /shooter.
The Celtics possess one of the most skilled and interchangeable rosters of the NBA. This post provides several variations of Boston's Push Action. This early offense is designed to create a 2 man game on either side of the court. Rozier, Smart, Brown or Tatum can occupy any perimeter spot. Horford, Morris, Tatum, Baynes or Monroe can play the 4/5 spots. This action creates pick/roll, pick/pop, and drive/kick opportunities.
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Bucknell is a team with players who can play multiple positions, basically going 4 out 1 in and running a hard cutting Early Offense set here.
Their hard cuts force the defense to react quickly and the kick-out pass is the most dangerous option as their shooters do a good job moving in space.
What makes Chris Collins Offensive schemes at Northwestern are the multiple screening & cutting actions in each series.
The sets are designed to get action off the ball keeping the Defense occupied, forcing decisions in rotations which if to late, result in open shots.
This set has all those options included and is one of the best sets I've seen thus far in the NCAA Tournament.