Blog Post Contributors

Thank you for your thoughts, ideas, and, most importantly, your time.

Please make sure to submit a picture, brief bio, and social media/website information for your author bio page.

Where to begin?

  1. First, do you want to write a single blog post about different topics or do you want to write a series of blog posts about one topic? For example, a series on the Flex Offense would be 1. how to run the offense, 2. drills to practice the offense, 3. quick hitters for the offense, 4. in-game adjustments with the offense.
  2. Next, we want to try and have at least one blog post “in the tank” so that you stay one week ahead. Let’s face it. Life happens. This way we can stay on schedule and our readers will have something to look forward to reading.
  3. Save your blog posts in “Draft” mode.
  4. Do not publish to the blog without having it reviewed first so that we get the SEO, pictures, labels, and technical data configured appropriately. We have a newsletter that reaches thousands of coaches and want to make sure your hard work is shared using our newsletter service.
  5. Each blog post should be between 300-500 words and include pictures related to the topic.
  6. Blog posts are easier to follow if they are broken up into paragraphs of 3-4 sentences.
  7. Choose one keyword or topic for your blog post and use that phrase more than once in your writing.
  8. Our goal is always quality over quantity.
  9. Promote your blog post on social media – Facebook, Twitter, e-mail after it is published.
  10. Make sure you have submitted a photograph, shared your website link, social media data, and a brief bio. We want to promote you with your credentials attached to your blog post.

 

Blog Post Ideas

Basketball Defensive System
Basketball Drills
Basketball Man Defense
Basketball Motion Offense
Basketball Offense
Basketball Practice Planning
Offensive Basketball Plays

Offenses

  • Fundamental Precepts of Offensive Basketball
  • Motion Offense Principles
  • Bob Hurley:Motion Offense
  • 3-2 Motion Offense
  • 4-Out, 1-In Motion Offense
  • Notes on the Dribble-Drive Motion Offense
  • Dribble-Drive Motion Offense – More!
  • Read and React Offense
  • 3-Out Read and React Offense
  • Triangle Offense
  • High Low Triangle Offense
  • Pete Carril’s Princeton Offense
  • Princeton Offense
  • Princeton Offense Plays
  • Pick and Roll Offense
  • Fred Hoiberg’s Early Offense
  • John Wooden’s UCLA Offense
  • Wisconsin Swing Offense
  • West Coast 1-4 Stack Offense
  • Michigan-Style 2-Guard Offense
  • Hawk Offense
  • Horns Offense – A-Set Offense
  • 2-3 High Patterned Offense
  • 2-3 Offense
  • Blocker Mover Offense
  • T-Game Triple-Post Offense
  • Grinnell Offense
  • 2-1-2 High-Post Offense
  • 1-3-1 Offense
  • Open Post Double-Up Offense
  • Open Post (5-Out) Motion Offense
  • Shuffle Offense
  • Youth Swing Offense
  • Thunder Offense
  • Flex Offense
  • 4-Corners Delay Offense
  • Delay/Spread Offense

Zone Offense

  • Basics of Zone Offense
  • Screening the Zone
  • Anchors Zone Offense
  • Dribble-Drive Zone Offense
  • Attacking the 2-3 (or 2-1-2) Zone
  • Simple, Easy 2-3 Zone Attack
  • 2-3 Zone Offense Plays
  • Stanford Motion-Zone Offense
  • T-Game Triple-Post Offense
  • Attacking the 3-2 Zone
  • Attacking the 1-2-2 Zone
  • Attacking the 1-3-1 Zone Defense
  • 4-Out Zone Offense and Zone Plays
  • 5-Out Zone Offense
  • Attacking the Box-and-1 Defense

Defenses

  • Man-to-Man Pressure Defense
  • Basic Man Defense Principles
  • Pack Line Defense
  • Bob Kloppenburg’s SOS Pressure Defense
  • Defending the Pick and Roll
  • Defending Without Fouling
  • Rick Torbett’s Dynamic Defense
  • Principles of Zone Defense
  • 2-3 Zone Defense
  • Al Marshall’s 2-3 Zone
  • Buzz – Twilight Zone
  • Circle Defense
  • 1-3-1 Zone Defense
  • 1-2-2 and 3-2 Zone Defenses
  • Amoeba Defense
  • SWARM Defense
  • Point-Zone Defense
  • Zone Rebounding
  • Match-Up Zone Defense
  • 1-3-1 Match-Up Zone
  • Viking 1-2-2 Half Court Press
  • 2-2-1 Half Court Press
  • Junk Defenses
  • Triangle Defense
  • Last Second Defense

Key Components of Transition, Uptempo and Press Offenses

  • Transition offense
  • Concepts for Playing Fast – Score Early and Often
  • Attacking the press
  • Press offenses – press breakers
  • Secondary breaks

Basketball Drill Categories

  • Partner Drills
  • Ball-handling and dribbling drills
  • Passing drills
  • Shooting drills
  • Offensive drills
  • Full-court transition offense-defense drills
  • Defensive drills
  • Rebounding drills.
  • Player Development Drills
  • YouTube drill videos