In a previous post, I explained the difference between Spots and Positions. Spots are locations on the floor. Positions imply certain prerequisites that players must meet in order to play in certain locations on the floor.

I also explained how our Spots allow players to start any action from anywhere with any player. You’ll never hear the phrase “set it up” with a Read & React team, because if you’re located on a spot, then you’re already “set up” and ready to go.

But there’s another practical use of this engineering aspect of the Read & React. It allows the team to absorb mistakes and continue with the next action. Here’s what I mean:

How simple and how easy is that?

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  1. Lars-Christian says:

    Should’nt good offense be complicated? ;)