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Early Shot Clock Offense and Side Out Specials


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Early Shot Clock Offense and Side Out Specials



Early Shot Clock Offense and Side Out Specials

Exploit man-to-man defenses with an efficient secondary break and smart set plays!

  • Run a secondary break offense without a rim runner if you want to take advantage of a vacated post for driving opportunities
  • Put defensive ball screen coverage at a disadvantage by using proper screening angles
  • Implement plays that attack man-to-man defenses early in the shot clock, with options for if the initial attack isn't there


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with Mike Boynton Jr.,
Oklahoma State University Head Coach;
led OSU to a school-record four top-10 victories in 2018;
former assistant under Brad Underwood at Stephen F. Austin and Oklahoma State

After a collegiate career at the University of South Carolina and four seasons as an assistant coach at Stephen F. Austin and Oklahoma State, Mike Boynton demonstrates his team's attack against man-to-man defenses in this on-court presentation. Coach Boynton's system is designed to take advantage of personnel that can change from year to year, as well as variations to an offensive attack designed to score in seven seconds or less.

Transition Offense

Coach Boynton begins by introducing the way that he had been taught to play in transition from the time he was in high school throughout his collegiate playing career: the traditional secondary break alignment with a rim runner with two wings running opposite each other and a trailer. However, this approach didn't fit his team's personnel when he arrived at Oklahoma State as an assistant coach and later as a head coach.

Instead, adjustments were made to take advantage of what his best playmakers could do and avoid what what his players couldn't do. Three players other than the point guard and the trailer are interchangeable and can fill any of three perimeter spots, including both corners. With an open floor and no rim runner, the point guard has more freedom to attack and probe in a fast-paced offense. The main action Boynton uses is "Quick One", a drag ball screen play for the point guard if they aren't able to attack the rim.

Quick Variations

Coach Boynton is able to get other players involved in the offense with the same action as "Quick One". On "Quick Two", the wing gets involved and gets to use a ball screen. Here, they receive a dribble hand-off from the point guard and come off the ball screen set by the trailer.

Another variation is "Quick Four". The trailer and the wing that isn't in the corner set a staggered double ball screen for the point guard. The trailer rolls to the rim while the wing pops away from the point guard. This gives the offense a chance to get a post up opportunity or a shot for the wing popping. Boynton also shows "Quick Four Flip", which is designed to create confusion for defenses that like to switch.

Pistol

One action that is gaining popularity on offense is the "Pistol" action, which is perfect for late-game situations because it leads to drives to the basket and 3-point looks. Boynton also shows Pistol counters that your team can use if the initial hand-off is not available.

Finally, "Pistol Empty" takes advantage of teams that try to anticipate pitch ahead and hand-off actions. The wing receives a flare screen from the trailer without even setting up for a pass from the point guard or a step-up ball screen.

The quick strike is an important aspect of basketball and you'll see how to score quickly against man-to-man defenses in this jam-packed presentation from Coach Boynton!

64 minutes. 2019.

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