All Quick-Hitters work to some degree. The question is: “How OFTEN do your Quick-Hitters work? What is your conversion percentage?”
Perhaps your Quick-Hitters got you good shots in the first half of your season, but became less effective in the second half and maybe delivered very little in the Post-season!
I’ve been there and done that! The competition’s defense improves as the season progresses. You must have countermeasures!
I searched through game footage (Looking only for what works in games) and found 12 combo-actions that produce lay-ups, 3-point shots, post isolation, and more. I’ve included the game clips so that we can dissect them, see the timing, and understand the defense.
I spend an average of 7 minutes on each Combo-Hitter, showing you how I would tweak the actions to increase options and efficiency. I also include different entries and formations in case you need them. This means there are probably 24+ Combo-Hitters you can take away from this course!
Come join me and find what you need for your team and the defensive level of your opponents!
After our first two State Championships I felt that we needed to change our approach to the game to be more unpredictable and dynamic. We adopted the Read and React Offense exclusively after attending a clinic with Rick. Better Basketball training has been one of the most important keys to our team’s successes and the future successes of our program moving forward. If you’re looking for the most effective way to build a championship winning team, this is it.
Our products are guaranteed to help make you a better coach, improve your players, and win more games or your money back. You’ll have a full 30 days to see the difference they will make.
Rick Torbett has taught thousands of coaches to win more games through his innovative approach to the game. His greatest passion is showing coaches how to reach their highest potential on the court. Rick has worked with coaches at every level of the game.
He has created some of the most powerful training for coaches at any level so they can coach their best and win more games.