with Andrew Grantz, Creator of the Attack & React Offense, Indiana University Southeast Assistant Coach; former Pittsburg State Graduate Assistant Coach
Attack & React creator Andrew Grantz provides a detailed look at how you can use his unique system in transition and against a zone defense. Coach Grantz uses on-court demonstrations to guide viewers through transition offense, press break, zone offense, and offensive rebounding situations.
When flowing from the Attack & React Offense to a transition offense, players don't follow a set pattern, rather they fall into five positions that any player can fill to create a scoring opportunity. Coach Grantz shows how to use the offense as a secondary break so you don't have to put in more plays for your team to remember.
As part of his instruction, Grantz shows how to implement a delay game that applies the same offensive principles as the Attack & React Offense. Also, your players will learn to create offensive rebounding opportunities using two simple rules.
Since most defenses play zone to slow the Attack & React Offense, your offense can be disrupted. Not anymore! Coach Grantz teaches how to use the Attack & React Offense against both a 2-3 zone and a 1-3-1 zone defense. You'll learn how to effectively attack gaps within the zone and look for pitch outs and open shots. Coach Grantz demonstrates how to use the dribble, ball screen, dribble at, and shuffle cut within the Attack & React Offense.
He demonstrates how to take away the defense's ability to constantly overplay by using the back door cut. Your opponents will quickly come to respect your players' ability to attack the rim using the back door cut.
Regardless of the zone defense your opponent uses, Coach Grantz has techniques to counter it, leaving your team with scoring opportunities and your opponent frustrated and perplexed.
Order now and change your Attack & React Offense into a complete arsenal of offensive tools.
61 minutes. 2013.