In this 2.0 version, I’ve rebuilt the Read & React teaching so you can run it more effectively and implement it faster. You’ll get the latest ideas and examples from successful coaches who have built successful programs using the Read & React offense.
Every layer and every scoring opportunity has been illustrated with game clip examples so you can see exactly how to win with it.
I share new ideas and new teaching progressions within the familiar grid of 10 Layers. I’ve learned much better ways to teach the offense over the past 6 years and it’s all included in this course.
The Zone Offense Player System was created for both coaches and players! There are new tactics for coaches to add to their repertoire of zone attacks: How to get open Perimeter shots, Mid-range shots, and Lay-ups. But the system was designed to share with your players. This 3-minute introduction prepares your players for what they’re going to experience and how they can best learn to create shots for themselves and their teammates. I touch on the plan, principles, and the 3 types of shots they’ll learn to create. Director: Rick Torbett Click on Lesson 1: “Creating Open Perimeter Shots with Spacing” below to get started. *Details on how to sign up individual players for the Zone Offense Player System are coming soon.
The Read & React Player’s System was designed specifically for players and built using game footage.
The Reads of the Ballhandler and the Reactions of the Screener in light of all 10 players on the floor, through the lens of 3 unique learning grids.
To win a real game, you need to quickly read the defense, react immediately, and use the most effective move possible for that situation. If you don’t attack immediately, you’re giving the defenders the chance they need to set up and stop your penetration. This course will teach you the kind of 1-on-1 offense that will give you the best chance of scoring.
The X-Cut is an East-West screening option available to anyone who feeds the post
Dribble Penetration is a huge part of the game and one of the “big three must haves” for an effective offense: (1) Inside game, (2) Outside game & (3) Dribble Penetration game. The good defensive teams will have a plan to stop your 1on1 dribble drives with help, switch, rotation, recovery, etc by the other […]
What happens when good defensive teams stop your Drives?
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In this short but powerful course, you’ll learn how to reduce your players’ anxiety and provide organization, guidelines, principles to run the floor on offense. Coach Rick will provide answers to your players’ questions about where to go and what to do during the time between playing defense and running your half-court offense.