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Basketball's shuffle offense, a versatile pattern for victory.

Author: Joel Eaves
Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1960]
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Eaves, Joel.
Basketball's shuffle offense.
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1960]
(OCoLC)962740813
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joel Eaves
OCLC Number: 1580856
Description: 212 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: 1. General offensive theory : Select an offensive system ; Modify system to personnel ; Keep the offense simple ; Move four or five men ; Organize the rebounding ; Permit free-lance play ; Be able to use the post man ; Follow the lay-up threat with the outside shot ; Include the drive, cut and shot over possibility ; Use the fast break ; Develop an all-purpose offense --
2. Advantages of the shuffle : Continuity of the pattern ; A true team offense ; Each player plays every position ; All players move, handle the ball and get a chance to score ; Players must learn more basketball ; Opportunity for the good shot ; Substitution advantages ; Maneuver the defense ; Offense can form quickly after the fast break ; Big post man not required ; Use different post man ; Passing is simple ; Forces all opponents to work on defense ; Players like the shuffle ; Shooter gets the ball at the basket ; Opportunity for free lance play ; A good offense for average team personnel ; An all-purpose offense --
3. Player alignment and adjustment from other formations : Numbering the spots ; Determining the overload ; Position of the 1 man ; Position of the 2 man ; Position of the 3 man ; Position of the 4 man ; Position of the 5 man ; Starting to teach the shuffle ; Overload left, diagram 1 ; Overload right, diagram 2 ; Variations of overload, diagrams 3 and 4 ; From single post to overload, diagrams 5-7 ; High post to overload, diagrams 8-11 ; Close double post to overload, diagrams 12-13 ; Wide double post to overload, diagram 14 ; Tandem post to overload, diagram 15 --
4. The first option : Bringing the ball into the offensive area, diagrams 16-22 ; 1st option, 5 screen for 1, diagrams 23-27 ; 1st option "circle," diagram 28 ; 1st option variations, diagrams 29-34 --
5. The second option : Three-man roll, diagrams 35-36 ; Second guard around, diagrams 37-40 ; Double screen, diagram 41 ; Screen for 5, diagram 42 ; Free-lance 2 and 3, diagrams 43-44 ; Triple split, diagram 45. 6. The third option : The 1 man's job ; The 2 man ; The 3 man ; The 4 man ; The 5 man ; The 3 man's cuts, diagrams 46-48 ; Shot by 5, diagram 49 ; Shot by 4, diagram 50 ; Double screen, diagram 51 ; 3 cut over 1, diagrams 52-53 ; Rotation, diagrams 54-57 ; Defensive balance, diagram 58 ; Press on the 2 man, diagram 59 --
7. The fourth option : Reasons for the 4th option ; Screen by 5 ; 4th option, diagrams 60-63 ; Rotation on the 4th option, diagram 64 ; 4th option variations, diagrams 65-68 --
8. The fifth option : Advantages ; Split, diagram 69 ; Solo cuts, diagrams 70-71 ; Middle distance shot, diagrams 71-72 ; Triple split, diagram 74 ; Clear-out for 5, diagram 75 --
9. The turn-over : Definition ; Effectiveness of turn-over ; Calling the "play" ; "Semi-delay" game ; Turn-over starting with the 3rd option, diagrams 76-79 ; Turn-over starting with the 4th option, diagrams 80-83 ; Play series, diagrams 84-86 --
10. Free lance play in the shuffle : Free lance plays by 1, diagrams 87-90 ; free lance plays by 2, diagrams 91-94 ; Free lance plays by 3, diagram 95 ; Free lance plays by 4, diagram 96 ; Free lance plays by 5, diagrams 97-98. 11. Using the post man with the shuffle : Signal the post offense ; The circle, diagram 99 ; Post cut, diagram 100 ; Post reverse, diagram 101 ; Post over, diagram 102 ; Team movement pattern, diagram 103 --
12. Practice drills for the shuffle : Lesson assignments ; Tests ; The first work on the court ; 3rd option lay-up drill, diagram 104 ; 3rd option free lance, diagram 105 ; 3rd option with defensive men, diagrams 106-108 ; 3rd option outside shot, diagrams 109-110 ; 4th option outside shot, diagram 111 ; Team drill, diagrams 112-113 --
13. The fast break with the shuffle : Advantages of the fast break ; Disadvantages of the fast break ; When do you have a fast break ; How to get a fast break ; Fast break opportunities ; Rules for the fast break ; 3 Lane drill, diagrams 114-115 ; Team fast break from defense, diagrams 116-119 ; Team fast break from free throw, diagrams 120-123 --
14. Planning the practice sessions : Over-all check list ; First two weeks of practice ; Practice schedule theory ; Check list for practice planning ; Early season practices ; Mid season practices ; Late season practices ; Situation scrimmage theory ; Game scrimmage ; Shooting practice.

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