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Versatile Swing Offense

by Trey Watts

The swing offense has been made popular by Wisconsin Coach Bo Ryan, who has used this offense to lead the Badgers to eight consecutive NCAA tournament appearances. He also won two national championships while coaching at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville in Division III.

The offense has been gaining in popularity due to Ryan’s success and the difficulty it gives teams who try to defend the swing offense.

Constant movement and solid discipline make this offense popular with high school coaches as well as those on the college level.

The swing offense is a player driven offense. That means that not all players will fit into swing offense. The basic theory of the swing offense is that every position on the floor is interchangeable. Guards can play on the blocks and forwards and centers should be comfortable shooting from outside the arc.

The swing offense can be a nightmare for some teams as it forces defenders to play outside their comfort zone and cover the whole floor. When a team plays defense for 30 seconds and then gives up a three point basket to the opposing team’s center, it can be a demoralizing experience. Yet that is the whole premise behind the swing offense. The offense moves players around using good cuts and smart passes to cause mismatches and wear down defenses.

The Swing offense is a 4-out patterned offense that has continuity. All five players are interchangeable, and spacing, screening, cutting and good passing are paramount. All five players learn to post up inside. The offense is deliberate, often with multiple passes and places value on each possession with high percentage inside shots, or free-throws.

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Zone Offense and Zone Defense eBooks

Compiled by Coach Scott Peterman

I am pleased to release the “Zone Offense and Zone Defense” eBook. You asked for it so I put it together for you. I have 120 basketball coaching notes on zone offense and zone defense. As a bonus, I have included my Temple Matchup Zone eBook.

I hope that you enjoy this ebook.

Here is a listing of the 120 Basketball coaching clinic notes. It has over 3000 pages of basketball coaching information:

1. 1-3-1 Lehnus zone defense
2. 1-3-1 Palmer zone defense
3. 1-3-1 West Virginia zone defense
4. 1-3-1 zone and 2-3 combo zone defense
5. 1-3-1 zone defense
6. 1-3-1 John Beilein zone
7. 1-3-1 lob pass zone
8. 2008 BCAM Clinic
9. A Bunch of Continuity Zone Offenses
10. Amoeba Zone Defense
11. Ball Screen zone offense
12. Ben Jacobson: UNI offense versus zones
13. Ben Jacobson: UNI set plays vs. 3-2 zone
14. Bill Fennelly Zone Offense
15. Bill Self Zone and Man Offense
16. Bill Self: 3 out, 2 in zone offense
17. Bob Knight: Zone Offense
18. Bob Huggins: 2-3 zone
19. Bozidar Malikovic: Zone Offense
20. Brandon Miller: Butler Ball screens
21. Bucknell Matchup Zone
22. Buzz 2-1-2 Half Court Trap Zone
23. Buzz Peterson: Set Plays versus zone
24. Clinic to end all Clincs: 2008
25. Clinic to end all Clinics: 2009
26. Clinic to end all clinics: 2008 Zak Notes
27. Coach K: Zone Offense
28. Colorado Coaching Clinic
29. Dave Odom: Nike Springfield 2008 – Zone Offense
30. Dick Bennett: Blocker / Mover versus Zones
31. Don Meyer: 1-1-3 Matchup Zone
32. Don Meyer: Matchup zone
33. Don Meyer: Coaching Academy and Rick Majerus
34. Double Pump: Coaching Clinic 2007
35. Double Pump: Coaching Clinic 2008
36. Double Pump: Coaching Clinic 2009
37. Doug Bruno: Total Offense
38. Dr. Tom Davis: Flexible 3-2 zone offense
39. Emporia State Denial Point Defense
40. Flip Saunders: Matchup Zone defense
41. Florida Self Improvement Clinic 2009
42. Fran Dunphy: Penn Zone Zone Offense
43. Gene Evans: 2-3 Matchup Zone
44. Gene Miller: Zone Offense
45. Gregg Marshall: Pressure matchup zone
46. Gregg Popovich: Belgrade Clinic 2004
47. Hubie Brown: Zone Offense
48. Hubie Brown: Memphis Grizzlies Set Plays
49. Illinois State Zone Offense
50. Indiana 4 out , 1 in ball screen zone offense
51. Iowa zone offense
52. Iso Double vs. 1-2-2
53. Iso Double vs. 2-3
54. Jack Bennett: Gap Offense
55. Jay Wright Nike Clinic 2008 Plays for Players
56. Jim Boehiem: 2-3 Notes
57. Jim Larranaga: Half Court Zone offense
58. Joe Ciampi: 1-1-3 zone
59. John Kresse: 1-2-2 zone pressure defense
60. John Robic: Youngstown zone offense

61. John Thompson: Zone Offense
62. John Thompson: Georgetown Zone Offense
63. John Kresse: 1-2-2, 1-3-1, 2-3 zones
64. John Kresse: Zone Offenses
65. Johnny Jones: North Texas Set Plays
66. Josh Kendrick: Set Plays
67. Kevin Boyle: Nike 2008 Zone Entries
68. Kevin Boyle: Zone Offense
69. Kevin O’Neill: Matchup Zone
70. Kevin O’Neill: Zone Offense
71. Kevin Stallings: Illinois State Zone Offense
72. Kevin Stallings: Vanderbilt Quick Hitters
73. Mike Brey: Zone Offense
74. Mike Divillbiss: 2-3 zone trap zone
75. Mike Dunlap: 1-1-3 matchup zone
76. Mike Dunlap: 1-1-3 zone
77. Mike Dunlap: 1-1-3 man zone defense
78. New Heights coaching academy
79. Nike Las Vegas 2009 Clinic Notes
80. Nike Myrtle Beach 2008 Clinic Notes
81. Nike Myrtle Beach 2009 Clinic Notes
82. Nolan Richardson Arkansas 1-3-1 zone
83. Nolan Richardson Arkansas 1-3-1 Drills
84. Pacific Zone Offense Sets
85. Point Zone Defense
86. Point Zone Slide Show
87. Radford Wheel Zone attack zone
88. Rick Majerus: Zone Offense
89. Robb Berger: Zone Defense
90. Roy Williams: Kansas attacking zones
91. Royce Waltman: Zone Offense
92. Sean Miller: Attacking zones Nike Vegas 2009
93. Sean Miller: Attacking Zones
94. Sean Miller: Zone Attacks
95. Sidney Lowe: NC State Zone Offense
96. Spencer 1-1-3 Matchup Zone
97. Steve Klaas: 1-3-1 zone traps
98. Steve Smith: Oak Hill Academy Zone
99. Teaching Point Matchup Zone
100. Tim Welsh: Zone Offense
101. Tom Billeter: Triangle and Two Defense
102. Tom Izzo: Set Plays vs. 1-3-1 and 1-2-2
103. Tom Izzo: Zone Sets
104. Tom Pecora: Hofstra Matchup Zone Defense
105. Tom Pecora: Hofstra Zone
106. Triangle and Two Defense
107. Tubby Smith: Kentucky Double Stack Zone Offense
108. Vance Walberg: Pat Rogers Zone Offense
109. Villanova zone offense
110. Zone Offense: Basics
111. Kelvin Sampson, Skip Prosser, Renee Portland
112. Lason Perkins Open Post Offense
113. Lithuania 2008 Basketball Clinic
114. Lon Kruger Unlv Set Plays
115. Lon Kruger UNLV Playbook
116. Metro State Practice and Clinic
117. Mike Dunlap Fall 2002 Clinic
118. Mike Dunlap Metro State Clinic
119. Nike Maine West 2009 Clinic
120. Nike Las Vegas 2009

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