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The Oak Hill Man to Man Offense


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The Oak Hill Man to Man Offense



The Oak Hill Man to Man Offense

Get the 'hallmark' man offense actions that have fueled Steve Smith's success at Oak Hill!

  • Learn Coach Smith's "Pitch Series" which features ball screens and attacks off the dribble
  • See how to run an effective offense through the elbows in order to get your players open looks at the basket
  • Discover a baseline out of bounds set that has layup, lob, corner shot, and high-low options


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with Steve Smith,
Oak Hill Academy (VA) Head Coach;
Over 1000 career wins;
4x USA Today National Coach of the Year; 9x National High School Champions

One of the most popular offenses in today's game is the high octane dribble drive offense. Players love it and defenses dread it! It allows for player freedom within structured principles and teaches players how to play rather than just how to run plays.

No two dribble drive offenses will look the same from program to program - each coach has his or her own way of teaching it and running it. With nine national high school championships to his name, Steve Smith of Oak Hill Academy showcases variations within his iteration of the dribble drive offense.

Special Play and the Base Dribble Drive Offense

Coach Smith is known for his creative and effective set plays against man and zone defense. He begins the presentation by going over a play with multiple options and opportunities for players to make plays and get open looks.

The dribble drive offense has been his base go-to offense for the past several years. Smith describes the roles and options within the offense with an on-court demonstration. To begin teaching the offense he gives names to different actions to help players get accustomed to running it. Later on in the season there will be no need to call these options as players learn and develop. Coach Smith also emphasizes his philosophy of keeping things simple and allowing players to make reads and plays.

Traditionally, the dribble drive has no screening; however, Coach Smith shows two options within his base offense that utilize screens for post-ups and jumpers. He also details different ball screen options that he runs within the offense as well.

Dribble Drive Play Series

You can run virtually any set play with the dribble drive. Smith acknowledges the need to run sets when things get bogged down or you play a good defensive team. As always, he has great sets to solve this problem.

With his Drag Series and Elbow Series, you will get great looks at the basket and opportunities for your best players to get open looks and scoring opportunities. These two series of plays flow seamlessly into the dribble drive.

As an added bonus, Coach Smith shares an out of bounds play with two last-second options.

Combine the potency of the dribble drive with the set play genius of Steve Smith and you'll have no trouble scoring this season!

68 minutes. 2019.

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