The High Low Triangle Offense with Coach Lason Perkins
The What and Why of the High-Low Triangle Offense as presented by Coach Lason Perkins and FullCourtBasketball.com:
The High-Low Triangle Offense is one of the most unique and effective offenses in basketball. Designed to attack both man to man defense and zone defenses, the High-Low Triangle Offense is a potent offense that incorporates variations of the renowned triple post attack and a continuity offense into one hard to guard system.
Let’s say that one more time: the High Low Triangle Offense is designed to attack BOTH man to man defenses AND zone defenses!
This comprehensive and unbelievably informative presentation includes over 40 great scoring actions that are designed to create great and easy scoring opportunities against teams that utilize either man to man or a zone defense. By teaching one basic set of concepts and movements plus subtle tweaks and refinements depending upon the defense, the High low Triangle offense has proven to be both easy to teach and easy to implement, but nearly impossible to guard.
The High-Low Triangle Offense is divided into multiple chapters that offer scoring actions categorized as:
- Basic Alignment and Movements
- Continuity Motion Against Man To Man Defense
- Entries Against Man To Man Defense
- Options Against Man To Man Defense
- Feeding The Post Actions
- Continuity Motion Against Zone Defenses
- Options Against Zone Defenses
- Entries Against Zone Defenses
- Deadball Entries
And of course, any High-Low Triangle Offense action can be modified to fit your team personnel and opponent’s strengths and weaknesses.
What do you get in this FullCourtBasketball.com package?
You get a lethal and hard to scout offensive system of plays and actions utilized by coaches like Phil Jackson and Tex Winter as part of their legendary Triangle Offense – plus some of the most important and winning coaches at all levels of basketball. We’ve gone into the playbooks of Roy Williams, Archie Miller, Tom Izzo, Brad Stevens, Ed Cooley, Bill Self and others to introduce additional wrinkles and plays. This offense is perfect for the youth and high school level as the same basic movements and principles are utilized against any and all defenses – but it also includes plays and actions used by championship teams in the NBA and the Euro League, and NCAA Men’s and Women’s programs at every level.
How the information in the High-Low Triangle Offense by Coach Lason Perkins is presented:
Coach Lason Perkins presents the High-Low Triangle Offense concepts and information in a wide collection of different ways that make learning and ultimately sharing and teaching the actions easy and effective.
The High-Low Triangle Offense features:
- On-court player demonstrations that provide both a real time and slow motion look at the play from start to finish
- Dynamic whiteboard diagramming that encapsulates the live action visual in a manner similar to game time and practice time teaching
- Instructional graphics populate the video footage of both the player demonstrations and the whiteboard diagramming so that certain key elements are highlighted
- Verbal explanations and multiple camera angles and visual cues are included throughout each play demonstration and diagramming and breakdown
And because repetition is the mother of information retention and skill development, each play is broken down into multiple steps and actions that reinforce critical information and the keys to making the High-Low Triangle Offense as effective as possible.
The High-Low Triangle Offense Coach:
Coach Lason Perkins is a legend in the basketball information business. He is the author of hundreds of articles and basketball topic breakdowns and a trusted go-to source for insight, information, and expert analysis. He has starred in numerous video presentations and coaching clinics – and this High-Low Triangle Offense is a classic Coach Lason Perkins presentation of useful and winning information that will help any team and program add hard to guard plays and actions to their playbook.
|Introduction and history||0:01:40|
|Basic Alignment & Movement||0:03:14|
|Man to Man continuity||0:08:35|
|Options vs Man to Man Defense||0:09:25|
|Entries Against Man to Man Defenses||0:19:45|
|Post Feed Actions||0:33:00|
|Basic Pattern vs Zone Defenses||0:37:15|
|Options Against Zone Defenses||0:42:18|
|Entries Against Zone Defects||0:48:21|