with Andy Enfield, USC Head Coach;
former Gulf Coast University Head Coach, first 15 seed to ever make the Sweet Sixteen 2013, former shooting consultant to Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics; Owner of AllNetShooting.com
Former Gulf Coast University Head Coach Andy Enfield shares his secrets to the uptempo style of basketball that enabled his team to become the firstever 15seed to reach the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA Tournament and earned his team the nickname Dunk City University.
Coach Enfield introduces three key components of the uptempo game: practice tempo, spacing and skill development. Using oncourt demonstrations, he presents drills to develop each component and looks at ways your current practice sessions can be tweaked to master these components.
In addition to learning how to become an uptempo team, you will learn halfcourt actions you can use to score quickly. Coach Enfield takes you through the ball screen motion offense breakdowns that he uses to teach players how to practice fast and practice spacing in the half court. With his ball screen motion offense, you will learn how to create mismatches in the post and dribble penetration in the lane.
Looking for set plays that complement the ball screen motion offense and uptempo play Coach Enfield demonstrates two plays that will create scoring opportunities for your post players using ball screens.
Finally Coach Enfield runs the entire team through a series of skill development drills that focus on attacking from the triple threat, moving without the ball and using the dribble drive to score. Each set of drills prepares players for gameday action. Enfields experience as an NBA player development coach is on display as he provides tips for better shooting and demonstrates proper shooting mechanics.
Whether youre a coach looking to speed up your offense or a coach looking to add to your offensive philosophy, Coach Enfields uptempo basketball is the perfect fit for you. Bring Dunk City to your school this season.
Produced at the Spring 2013 Las Vegas NV clinic.
74 minutes. 2013.