how would you introduce the fast break as an attacking strategy?

how would you introduce the fast break as an attacking strategy?

I am looking for some ideas to use the fast break as an attacking strategy. Can this work? How could I coach this as a strategy?

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Sportplan TeamAdministrator, United Kingdom

Hi,

 We have a session that focuses on fast breaks which should get you flowing with ideas.

The drills in this fast break session could easily be adapted and used as attacking strategies - some of the drills offer game-like situations and teaches players how to respond to situations where they have forced a turnover (steal/rebound).

I hope this was helpful.

Thanks

Sportplan Team

Jay Coach, United States of America

Kriss Kross or 3 men veave is a good starting point.
It is better if you start with a rebound, this way you can focus on rebounding position and having your PG coming to the side to be the first pass.
Then you can progressively have the PG with a fast dribble to the center and the opposite wing sprint to the basket for a long pass.
That could be some basic drills to start with.

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