TJ Otzelberger is the head coach of the men’s basketball team at UNLV and one of the sharpest offensive minds in basketball with a deep understanding of how to effectively move the ball!
- Use transition offense to its maximum effect with these skills and techniques from offensive basketball guru and UNLV Head Coach TJ Otzelberger
- Start your offense from the moment you get the ball and advance it quickly using these strategies from Coach TJ Otzelberger
- Learn the best ways to use side action, flip series, swing series, and more with Coach Otzelberger’s careful instruction
- Give your team the best transition offense possible with effective ways to drill and improve these important skills
Learn How To Score Before The Defense Has A Chance To Set Themselves, And Without Having To Call A Set Play, In This New Series From UNLV Head Coach TJ Otzelberger - One Of The Brightest Offensive Minds In The Game Today!
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What Will You Learn?
Get a total understanding of how to use transition offense, as UNLV Head Coach TJ Otzelberger shows you his best ways to get the ball moving and down the court before the defense has a chance to slow you down. This system can help your team create more opportunities to score, without wasting time in calling a set play.
Coach Otzelberger shows you step-by-step how to move the ball from the backcourt and get on the attack, with some of his favorite series. Use his flip series, swing series, side action, and more to get more out of your team’s chances with the ball, with help from Coach Otzelberger’s detailed insights.
It’s a huge advantage to consistently score the basketball without having to slow the game down. Get your team to the point where they are reading and reacting to the situation on the floor, without looking at you for help every trip down. This only comes from repetitive drilling of these concepts. With these offensive combinations and counters from Coach Otzelberger, teams of any level can improve their transition offense and effectively create scoring opportunities before the defense can react.