The following video was taken from our DVD set, Read & React Clinics: Planning the R&R Practice. It is a 5 DVD set compiled from three of our 2011 clinics

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You can do anything you want with your post players as long as they react correctly to dribble penetration. We’ve said that before and it remains true. But, that leaves

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One of the defenses that Read & React coaches sometimes struggle against is a sagging man to man. And, it makes sense. If you don’t have shooters, a defense can

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Watching the men’s Final Four and more specifically, the championship game, reminded me of one of the reasons I created the Read & React. It has nothing to do with

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We get a lot of questions about zones. For coaches that have been used to running separate man and zone offenses, it is sometimes difficult to make the mental transition

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As you get deeper into the playoffs, you’ll certainly find yourself coming up against better defensive teams. They’ve studied your footage, drawn up a defensive game plan to stop that

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I was recently at a Shorter University women’s game watching them dismantle their opponent. This is their first year with the offense, but I noticed one action (or sequence of

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If you’ve run the Read & React for long or if you’ve been following the Read & React at all, you know that we suggest the R&R as an alternative

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Over the last few weeks, we’ve been fleshing out a 5 part series on Read & React Quick Hitters. This is our fourth installment – you can find the three

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This our third of five Read & React Quick Hitter posts in tribute to our new DVD: Quick Hitters! You can check it out here. Here’s a Quick Hitter from

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