With Jason Shay, University of Tennessee Assistant Men's Basketball Coach.
Coach Jason Shay believes that establishing position is the first priority to successful play in the post. To get open, Shay teaches two skills - the swim and spin moves. Once open, players are tutored on four moves: Drop step, jump hook middle, turn around middle and up and under. Shay breaks down six scoring moves into shots with and without the dribble. Shay covers three moves in the open stance segment, all of which work best when deep post position is not available. The quick series is good against man or zone, good for penetration and behind the zone on the baseline. These two moves are quick plays that create immediate scoring opportunities and are essential for any post player against the zone. In the high low series, players are drilled on footwork and positioning in the low post when the ball is high. Shay's cutting series makes post players more versatile from all areas of the floor. He demonstrates five cuts: the screen/step back, back door, duck in, down screen and trail.
40 minutes. 2007.