The Buna Offense: The Ultimate Basketball Offense. 2 likes. This offense is equally effective versus all half court defenses. The Buna Offense has. Does anyone have diagrams for Buna Offense Thanks!. Does anyone have diagrams for Buna Offense. DarrelJanckila Buna Offense January 07, PM, Registered: 11 years ago. Posts: 3.
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Took in some college basketball yesterday in between all the big college football games on TV. I like watching Butler mostly because I admire Brad Bunaa. To become the head coach of a Div1 team at his age is really remarkable. They were playing Evansville yesterday and for the first half it was pretty close all the way through.
I caught a few offensive sets Butler ran that I thought were quite unique and interesting. As far as I know, they don’t run motion, just straight offensive sets, but they executed them very well.
Here were two sets they ran on multiple occasions, Double Stack Pffense This ofense really a very ingenious play. Ofense it takes advantage of a M2M defense that is playing good man principles. On defense, one of the common tactics is to force the dribbler baseline into help defense.
Out of a double stack set, O2 pops out to receive the pass. O1 then goes to set a downscreen for O3, then cuts to the opposite wing.
O3 curls around the pass looking for a pass from O2. O4 does a cross cut up to offenee opposite elbow, bringing his help defender with him, With O4 out of the lane and X4 trailing, that leaves a wide open lane right to the basket.
X2 doesn’t see it and assumes that he can force the dribbler baseline and help defense will be there, The play worked a couple of times, but Evansville finally caught on and switched on defense so that help defense would stay there. It’s a high man with a stack on the right. O4 goes to set a downscreen for O3 to pop to the wing, O2 pops to the other wing, O5 goes to set a cross screen for O4. O5 then pops out to the high post. O4 goes underneath looking for the post-entry pass from O2. O2 can look for either O4 or O5, In bunz case, O5 gets it at the high post.
His defender is a little late and tries to close out fast, O5 then beats him off the dribble and kisses it off the glass, Other options include high-low, or O2-O4 give and go. Butler is well coached, they play disciplined on both ends ofefnse the floor. Hope y’all had a great Thanksgiving weekend and safe travels to all who are on their way back.
Good luck for the season ahead for many of pffense high school coaches who are starting their seasons this coming week. The video was filmed at the Las Vegas clinic held just this past year. Be sure to check out the X’s and O’s of Basketball Forum to discuss this and more of your favorite basketball topics.
I offfense a lot of people are surprised at the Hawks who have continued to play well beyond taking the Celtics to 7 games last season. The Raptors won the game a home gamebut I liked the way the Hawks played. I think they could be a dangerous team in the playoffs this year, especially with the Pistons appearing to be weaker. What is most remarkable about the Hawks is their early offense and fast break. Not only do they run a great offensd break, but they have some nice secondary break as well.
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One of the very simple, but effective plays they run involve a baseline runner, then a quick reverse. Here are a couple of sequences from the first half of the game, 2 very simple secondary breaks. One going right, one going left. One with the point guard, one with the shooting guard.
Bibby passes off to the wing, cuts offnese the ball-side corner. Then he cuts to the far-side corner. Calderon follows Bibby to the corner, but then he stays on the ball side, presumably to help on dribble penetration, O4 and O5 move towards the ball as O2 passes to O3 up top, who touch passes it to Bibby in offenee corner.
In the clip, X4 Bosh tries to rotate and closeout but is late and Bibby knocks down the 3-pointer, Baseline Going Left: This time, O3 is the shooter and is already in the ball-side corner as O2 dribbles to the wing.
O3 runs the baseline to the opposite corner. O5 dives to the opposite low block, O4 goes to the opposite elbow. X3 follows O3 but stays in the lane to protect the offenze, O4 comes to the high post, O2 passes to O4 who fofense touch passes to the opposite corner. X3 Parker tries to closeout but is way late, Summary: Now, if the defense trails, O4 and O5 should set a stagger screen for the baseline runner to create space and disrupt the trailer. I offnse as coaches, we should spend more time offfnse of secondary break plays.
You can run your secondary break, and if the shot isn’t there, fall into motion. Other great secondary breaks can be like an early post up, or just hitting the trailing forward running straight towards the basket. The best shot opportunities do often come as the defense is in their backpedal.
Don’t forget to check out the X’s and O’s of Basketball Forum to talk about this and your favorite basketball topics. Why is it important to play good fundamental M2M defense?
Because it makes you competitive every single year. I’ve watched ooffense Kansas Jayhawks a few times this season now, against Washington and recently in their OT loss to Syracuse this past Tuesday.
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Despite losing their entire starting lineup and more after last year’s remarkable run to the National Championship, the Jayhawks could be back to the Final Four, because of the way they play defense. They just play great 1v1 and help defense. They have active hands, and they really get into those passing lanes.
If you look at the Offennse last year, they were one of the top teams in the league in steals, and they hardly ever pressed offenee court. Though they would ultimately lose this game due to some great clutch shooting by Syracuse, here a few sequences at the end of the game and in OT showing how they get into those passing lanes, Help Defense: Stopping your man 1v1 is great.
But we all know that anyone can get beat. On the dribble drive by Devendorf, watch how the Kansas post defender pops out to force Devendorf to leave his feet and ultimately turn the ball over, Active Hands: This is a carryover from last year. The Jayhawks are so good in their half-court defense because all their guys have active hands. They’re always getting into passing lanes and deflecting the ball. This is something obviously drilled and conditioned into the players, Summary: It’s no real secret, if you play hard M2M half-court defense year in and year out, you will be competitive year in and year out.
But that kind of tough defense requires a lot of teamwork and practice. You can tell that Kansas spends a lot of time working on defense in a Bill Self practice. Spend the time and effort to teach good M2M fundamentals, the payoff will be in your team’s perpetual competitiveness. Discuss this and the rest of your favorite basketball topics at the X’s and O’s Basketball Forum. There was a thread going on a coaching forum about zone defenses.
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It was interesting, one coach made the point that playing zone defenses early in the season was a way to catch teams off guard. I’m usually not a huge fan of zone defenses, but after watching some early college games so far, I think that argument has some merit. These are some clips from Georgetown’s narrow win over Wichita State earlier in the day. I don’t think Georgetown did anything schematically or positionally that was problematic.
It was just a lot of poor execution, the ball not moving with much purpose, making sloppy plays, and settling for 3-pointers by Georgetown. But I also like the idea of extending out the zone from a soft press by Wichita State.
Take a look, Extended Zone: You could run it as a matchup, but WSU uses it more like a true zone but extended out all the way full court.
I watched Offehse do this a lot last year and I saw them do a little of it this year against Washington. It’s soft pressure, so you’re not trapping, but definitely pressuring the ball with the 2 front defenders, After the defense crosses half-court, the top 2 defenders drop back to their zone positions.
The back 3 also drop back to form the backline of the zone, Summary: The zone was definitely a factor in both the low final score, and the 17 total turnovers by Georgetown in the game.
It really disrupted their rhythm and had to rely on a 27 free throw attempts to gain the advantage to win the game. Coach Smith is currently the head coach at Minnesota. To discuss this and many more of your favorite basketball topics, head over to the X’s and O’s of Basketball Forum to talk with other coaches from bunz the world. First off, want to wish all the American readers out there a very happy Thanksgiving.
We all have so much to thank for and so it’s good to have a day to just say thanks for everything. There have been some fantastic college games the past couple of days with the wrap up of a couple of major pre-season tournaments.
Game went bunq overtime and it was a fantastic finish with East Carolina winning at the end. I’ve never run this kind of pressure defense offenwe but it’s a very intriguing concept, the idea of the run and jump. You buha like it’s just regular M2M pressure, but then one of the off-ball defenders leaves his check to offensf double the ball-handler. More than anything it hurries the offense into making bad decisions.
Check out a few sequences from the first half, Trap Sideline: On the inbounds, you’ll even notice that they’ll face guard and double the primary ball handler. Anything to make it more difficult to get the ball in. Once the ball is inbounded, X1 plays M2M. The ideal is to force baseline, then X2 pretends to run down along with O2, but v-cuts hard and doubles O1, If the ball-handler is able to dribble out shouldn’t if it’s a good trapcontinue to double-team and force a turnover.
Well, it’s kind of a half-trap because byna the sideline, you can’t true trap and offenze in.