Tribe Spotlight: Capital Eages

This week we are spotlighting Read & React coach Orville Godby who coaches the Capital Eagles. What I like best about the Read and React Offense is the equality it

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March 26: Court Vision: The Trained Eyes of a Head Coach (Part 1)

Several years ago Yahoo Sports wrote an article about Jason Kidd’s move to the bench, I thought a point raised would be the perfect topic to write about: How different a

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This week we are featuring a Read & React State Champions Robert E. Lee High School, coached by Jeremy Hartman. In the summer of 2008, after my third year as

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March 15:  How to Break a Full-Court Press | Dead Ball Lob

This press offense play attacks full court defense that is denying the inbounds pass. It is essential that the point guard does a great job sealing his man, like a

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Tribe Spotlight: Bethel Christian Academy

This week’s Tribe Spotlight features Bert Potter, Varsity Boy’s Basketball coach at Bethel Christian Academy (Kinston, NC). I first heard about the Read & React  from our former JV coach after he found

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Tribe Spotlight: Covenant Academy

Covenant Academy (McMinnville, TN) head coach Ryan Smith shares his Read & React story in this weeks Tribe Spotlight. I was first introduced to the Read & React Offense when I

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Basketball Positions vs Spots – Part 2

This 2 Part Full Timeout discusses the difference in basketball players designated by positions and spots. Positionless basketball allows you to absorb mistakes within that offense and keep going. Click

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Terry Helm is the owner and head coach at TC Hoops Basketball Club in Cape Girardeau, Missouri . We currently have 12 teams aging from 4th grade girls and boys to

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How to Create Isolation in the Post – Part 2

Here is a breakdown of how to easily isolate a post player within the Read & React Offense. Part 2 of this 3 part series discusses how to create a post isolation in

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One Punch Knockout

Often when I watch basketball on TV I feel like I need to take anxiety pills. Heck, my family won’t even watch games in the same room as me. One

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