Coach Clayton Bates is the head coach of Western Michigan’s men’s basketball team and has decades of coaching experience at the collegiate level
- Master the secondary break offense that your team can use if a quick strike or numbers mismatch isn’t there in your primary break
- Use specially designed systems to create offense after your first fast break option isn’t available and how to use this adaptable, hard to scout method
- Players of any age can use this to improve their skills and understand how to play at a more technical and complete level
- Use some of Coach Bates’s most effective plays, including his PG series, wave series, and I series
Learn What To Do In Transition When Your First Option Is Taken Away In This Complete Secondary Break Action Program With Western Michigan Head Coach Clayton Bates!
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What Will You Learn?
Now is your chance to learn Clayton Bates’s secondary fast break system, because, let’s face it: it’s not often you get a 3-on-2 or 2-on-1 advantage on your primary break. Join the head coach of Western Michigan’s men’s basketball team Clayton Bates as he shows you his specialized alignment that is adaptable, creates an organized way to attack, and really works.
Transition basketball is an important part of any coach’s arsenal that players of all levels can use to improve, and now your team can benefit from this total breakdown of what you can do after that first option isn’t there. Instead of running down the court without a plan, use these sets to get the most out of every possession.
Every play runs from the same alignment, creating a system where your team can keep moving the ball and creating openings for intelligent shots. Use options for the point guard, use the wave series to clear and cross, the I series, and many more of Coach Bates’s plays within the system that players can master and use for real results.