Monday, October 19, 2009


Rick Majerus' Keys Good Offense:

1. Get to the free throw line (premise of offense): Do not allow this to become a
jump-shooting offense. Get the ball inside via post ups, cutting and driving.

2. Maintain spacing: Is your team maintaining spacing on the 3rd side of the floor after 2
reversals? Be sure to watch game tape to examine if you are.

3. Share the ball

4. Shot allocation: Our shooters are shooting (“THE most telling halftime statistics were
the shot totals for my 2 best players”) Our shooters are looking for screens and our
non-shooters are looking for shooters to screen for.