A comprehensive guide to basketball offensive attacks that presents a wealth of tactics and plays that can be used to either score or maintain possession of the ball against any defence, in any situation. The book presents numerous offensive options, tactics and plays that will appeal to coaches who already know basic basketball strategies and who are looking to expand their repertoire of offensive approaches, or looking to combat a specific defence or situation.
Ken Atkins coached basketball for 24 seasons at the high school and college level, with 13 seasons as head coach of men's basketball at King's College (PA), where he led the team to three NCAA Division III tournaments. Before coaching at King's College, Atkins spent one season as an assistant at the University of Arizona. This is Atkins' second basketball book. In 1985, he published Winning Basketball Drills with Parker Publishing.
Part I Man-to-Man Offenses; Chapter 1. Passing Game Offenses; Chapter 2. 1-4 High Sets; Chapter 3. Common Man-to-Man Offenses; Chapter 4. Unique Offensive Strategies; Part II Zone Offenses; Chapter 5. Tulsa Passing Game; Chapter 6. Common Zone Offenses; Chapter 7. Offenses Versus a Box-and-One; Chapter 8. Offenses Versus a Triangle-and-Two; Part III Quick Scoring and Delay Offenses; Chapter 9. Fast Breaks; Chapter 10. Quick Hitters; Chapter 11. Delay Games; Part IV Situational Plays; Chapter 12. Three Pointers; Chapter 13. Buzzer Beaters; Part V In-Bound Plays; Chapter 14. Under the Basket; Chapter 15. From the Sideline; Chapter 16. When Opponent Presses; Chapter 17. After Opponent Makes a Free Throw