The What and Why of the Princeton Continuity Offense as presented by Coach Jamie Angeli and FullCourtBasketball.com:
Is there a better basketball offense to use at any level of the game than the Princeton Offense? While today’s game of basketball is emphasizing speed and fast breaks and 3 point shots, most of today’s winning programs are using layups and backdoors when fast transitioning from the defensive end of the court to the offensive side doesn’t result in the desired shot.
If you like backdoor layups, wide open 3 point shots, and controlling the pace and tempo of a game, there’s no better way to maximize getting those results than by using the Princeton Offense.
The Princeton Offense has been a staple in the game for 50 years because it forces teams to do the one thing they don’t want to do – play defense in the half court for 15 or 20 seconds!
This presentation is a requirement for learning and teaching one of basketball’s most effective and deadly offenses. With multiple actions and plays that force defensive decision making at every second of the game, the Princeton Continuity Offense has won more games than any other offense utilized in the history of basketball.
The Princeton Continuity Offense is divided into multiple chapters that offer scoring actions categorized as:
- Half Court Entries
- Backdoor Actions
- Special Actions
- Set Plays
- Using Dribble Penetration
What you get in this FullCourtBasketball.com package:
Whether you like dribble penetration, screening actions, perimeter shooting actions, pick and roll actions or post play actions, this Princeton Continuity Offense video has all of the tempo control, dribble handoffs, and backdoor actions that are so difficult to guard and all the effective set plays and actions you need to force sound defensive play in the half court. We’ve incorporated all the philosophies and took the Princeton playbook actions of some of the most important and winning coaches at all levels of basketball Training Videos– including such Hall Of Famers as Pete Carril, Steve Kerr, John Thompson, Tom Izzo, Roy Williams, Coach K, Bill Self, Jay Wright and others. These are plays and actions used by teams at every level of the game – from high schools and youth level teams and programs around the world, championship NCAA Mens and Womens programs – and even in the NBA and the Euro League.
How the information in Princeton Offense by Coach Jamie Angeli is presented:
Extensive on-court player demonstrations that provide both a real time and slow motion look at each play and action from start to finish.
Dynamic whiteboard diagramming that captures the live player action visuals in a similar manner to bench time/game time and practice teaching with verbal cues and descriptions.
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 each of the Princeton Offense actions and plays as effective as possible.
The Princeton Continuity Offense Coach:
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