Jim Calhoun: The Attacking 3-Out-2-In Motion Offense
“Jim Calhoun: The Attacking 3-Out-2-In Motion Offense”
with Jim Calhoun, 2011 NCAA Championship Coach – only the fifth coach to win three NCAA titles (2011, 2004 & 1999); member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (Class of 2005); 17 Big East Championships (10 regular season 7 tournament titles); over 850 career victories
Coach Calhoun gives an inside look into one of the most potent offenses in college basketball today. In the 2003-04 season, his team was in the top 10 in scoring margin (14.9 pts/game), 3-point shooting percentage (40.2%) and assists per game (17.5/game). Calhoun’s 3-Out-2-In philosophy is created for all five players to become offensive threats. Calhoun begins with his attacking secondary break offense and its options and entries. In The Attacking 3-Out-2-In Motion Offense, he provides eight set plays and entries into this attacking offense. He also demonstrates five unique inbounds plays from both under the basket and sideline positions. An added bonus in this unique videotape is Calhoun’s detailed outline of his practice philosophy and program development. He stresses that getting your players to work hard in games begins with their work ethic in practice. Calhoun’s 3-Out-2-In Motion Offense will help create excellent scoring opportunities for teams at any level.