with Greg Kampe,
Oakland University Head Coach, over 500 career wins;
6x Summit League Coach of the Year; 4 straight 20win seasons 20082012; Ranked 19th in wins for active DI coaches
As one of the longest tenured coaches at any DI school, Greg Kampe has been successful at producing an uptempo style of play. He has a reputation for developing high quality shooters and scorers coaching up 11 professional players that have led the country in shooting percentage, shots made, assists and free throw percentage. Using 5v5 and 5v0 situations, Coach Kampe demonstrates his Slice Series designed to get their best shootersscorers an open shot anywhere on the court.
Coach Kampe details three 14 sets that utilize ball screens and screens away from the ball to create misdirection and confusion for your opponent. Your best shooters will come off of down screens, cross screens, and use screenthescreener actions to gain open shots from behind the arc and at the rim. If defenses are clever enough to deny your shooters, Coach Kampe provides other scoring options for post slips, baseline drives, and skip passes to score against the best defenses.
Designing Sets for Your Best Player
Coach Kampe knows that getting your best players the ball in spots where they will be successful is a crucial part of todays game. He introduces the basic formation and actions within the Oakland dribble drive motion offense to demonstrate how you can get your best players the ball using dribble attack. Whether its a step for your post, baseline or middle drive for your slasher, or your best shooter getting a shot off of a skip pass, Coach Kampe demonstrates how the dribble drive can get your team a crucial bucket.
Coach Kampe currently ranks fourth on the list of wins among active coaches. He understands how to get your best players the ball in important situations. Whether its a set play or using the dribble drive offense, he demonstrates how to score on the best defense any opposing team has to offer. This is a great video for coaches of any level who are looking to create scoring opportunities for their best players.
Produced at the Fall 2013 Omaha NE clinic.
69 minutes. 2016.