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Primary Transition: Sideline Overload

The Sideline Overload Primary Transition is a very functional tactic in moving the ball from one end of the floor to the other. The Sideline Overload Primary Transition has a number of benefits that help increase speed of play and possible high percentage scoring opportunities close to the basket out of the transition offense phase.

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Working Hard off the Ball in Offense

Working hard off the ball is one of the truly poorly executed parts of team offense. Many payers move through the motions when not holding the ball or not in the primary scoring position for the offense. Even the best, well drilled teams struggle to maintain the ethos of working hard off the ball throughout a game or even more to the point,

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