with Dean Smith,
legendary University of North Carolina head coach;
879 career wins; 2X NCAA Championship Coach;
4X National Coach of the Year; Basketball Hall of Fame ('83)
Dean Smith unveils two potent offenses that he used to guide his teams to over 800 victories and two NCAA Championships - the T-Game Zone Offense and the Four Corners Delay Game. The popular T is effective against man-to-man and zone defenses. The T-Game places players strategically on the floor to exploit the defense. Three guards work as a unit on the perimeter as the posts collaborate inside the paint and in short corners. Ball and player movement, posts dives and skip passes are all weapons against the zone. Game clips, white board diagrams and on the floor demonstration help Coach Smith dissect the details of the T-game. To preserve leads late in the game, Smith invented the Four Corners delay game. Used 107 times in his career, the Heels won 105 of these games due to its effectiveness. Five benefits of the four corners make it difficult for defenses to gain an advantage.
79 minutes. 2008.