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Hubie Brown: Playbook for Success


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Hubie Brown: Playbook for Success



Hubie Brown: Playbook for Success

This video includes the Toronto Raptors game-winning play against the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 7 of the 2019 Playoffs.

"Kawhi's Game 7 buzzer-beater was the same exact play we used at the Energy - I'll bet you, 10 times - to either win a game or send a game into overtime," Toronto Raptors' Heach Coach, Nick Nurse said in an interview with the Des Moines Register on Tuesday. "We'd pop Cartier Martin off that thing, and he'd bang that 3-ball (in) or go one-on-one like Kawhi did and make the play on that."

"That's an old play I stole off a (longtime NBA coach and broadcaster) Hubie Brown DVD I got from Championship Books and Video in Ames, Iowa."


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with Hubie Brown,
2017 Chuck Daly Lifetime Achievement Award (NBA);
2005 Inductee into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame;
2006 Inductee into the College Basketball Hall of Fame;

1978 & 2004 NBA Coach of the Year

1975 ABA Champions (Kentucky Colonels); Brown coached future Hall of Famer Artis Gilmore, who had 28 points and 31 rebounds in the title game;
Over his coaching career, Brown was head coach of the Memphis Grizzlies, New York Knicks, Atlanta Hawks, and Kentucky Colonels (ABA) and Assistant Coach for the Milwaukee Bucks who featured future Hall of Famers Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Oscar Robertson but lost in 7 games in the 1974 NBA Championship to the Boston Celtics

Hubie Brown's genius is to challenge coaches by asking questions and making them think. A series of questions serve as the foundation of his presentation. Developing players to fit your style of play is an important issue for coaches. Practice breakdown is based on six shooting drills - two drills, mixed up, in a 10-minute period - done on an everyday basis. Other considerations he touches on when developing a style of play are scoring in the open floor, spacing, getting to the foul line and shooting high percentage shots. Another segment in Hubie's presentation is dedicated toward setting up late game plays. He shares a great play when the ball is out of bounds on the sideline below the free throw line, as well as four keys to late game success. Hubie demonstrates the alignment and features of the 1-3-1 half court trap, calling it "the greatest trap ever." In addition, he shows an effective attack against this half court trap. To complete the presentation, Hubie shares his offensive and defensive thoughts on the Box & 1 and the Triangle and 2 defense. Brown also demonstrates the full court press and describes shooting drills that he has incorporated throughout his coaching career.

112 minutes. 2007.

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