FEATURED

CONTENT

Check out the most recent Episode of the Dynamic Coaching Tools Podcast, our Chalk Talk series, or other content that is designed to help coaches improve. We are excited to have you on our website, exploring ways to improve as a coach, as we all work to GROW THE GAME! If you are looking for something specific, please contact us via e-mail at: INFO@dynamiccoachingtools.com

Ball Screen Reads: Derrick White

Who is the most efficient ball screen player in the NBA (minimum 100 possessions)?

Most people would guess Damian Lillard, Luka Doncic, or Chris Paul? While all three of those players are really good, the correct answer is Derrick White of the San Antonio Spurs. Including his passing, the Spurs have a PPP (Points Per Possession) of 1.13 when he is the ball handler in pick and rolls. That is the best in the NBA.

Below is a video that shows three basic reads from Derrick White.

  1. Defender goes OVER the screen
  2. Defender goes UNDER the screen
  3. Derrick White REJECTS the screen

 

FEATURED

VIDEO

The Featured Video is popular original content from Dynamic Coaching Tools, which serves as a resource for coaches.

FEATURED

BLOG

This is the place to see the newest and most popular blog post on the website.

Louisville WBB | Transition Offense

The Louisville women’s basketball team was one of the best transition teams in the Country. They scored 1.108 PPP, which put them among the Nation’s best. Below are a few of the reasons that they were so successful in transition.

  1. Wings sprint and get wide
  2. Rim Runner gets in front of the ball
  3. The point guard advances the ball (on a sprint dribble or pass)
  4. There is skill behind the ball | Trailer can shoot

The combination of the four factors above stretches the defense horizontally, but also vertically. As the wings and rim runner put pressure on the baseline/rim. The trailer puts pressure on the defense to also extend to the three point line. The other key is that Louisville’s guards do a great job of advancing the ball with tempo. They will attack off the dribble, but also show a willingness to throw the ball ahead. Below is a video of some of the different ways that Louisville scores in transition.

 

LATEST

BLOG POSTS

In this section, you will see more work from our team of content contributors.

Scroll to top