Tag Archives: Basketball Spacing

Tiny Tweaks Lead to Big Changes

It is well-known and commonly used as motivation that it only takes a one degree change to turn water into ice and similarly water into steam. This same concept should be considered in coaching, especially this time of year. Whether your team is having a record season or under-performing, a coach must continue to look for meaningful adjustments to elevate the play of ... Read More »

Misunderstood Spacing of the Read & React

Whenever I find myself in a conversation about my favorite subject: the Read & React, I will invariably talk about the 3 possible formations: 5 Out, 4 Out 1 In, and 3 Out 2 In. My listeners will make some telling comments like: “5 Out does not have an inside threat…” “I’m worried about spacing when using 5 Out, etc,…” “How do you rebound ... Read More »