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Coach McKinnis
Basketball Plays for Certified Coaches Only
December 05, 2010 10:59PM
I've been asked in many different platforms about defending late game situations where the opposing team is ahead and attempts to control the clock using a delay game offense i.e. 4 corners, high stacks, or triangle.

Quite honestly, I had never thought about putting my thoughts and techniques on paper in regards to defending delay offenses, however if you live in a state (Oregonians) where there still is no shot clock, the delay offense can be a real threat. So, I've released a new playbook download for $5 (as always) titled, Defending Delay Game Offenses Plus Full Court Game Winners perfect for a Coach's Christmas.

It's my hope this information will help you create a sense of unease and confusion for your opponent who is attempting to change the complexity of the game with a stall offense.
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