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What the Read & React Offense Looks Like

What the Read & React Offense Looks Like

We’re in the process of updating our Read & React basketball page and in doing so, we’ve created some videos displaying just what the Read & React looks like in real games with different teams at different levels.

So, I figured, who better to get a sneak peek than the Tribe. Ultimately, there are four of these videos each focusing on a different perspective on the offense. And, if you’re looking for more game footage, check out our Read & React Video Archive.

The above video is a starting point – it’s purpose is to show what the offense looks like in motion. Hopefully, these clips prove that it looks different in the hands of different coaches (as well as different from any other system you’ve seen before).

We’ve always said that the Read & React is a framework that takes on the personality of the team running it: if you love 5OUT fast paced basketball, you can make it that; if you love the 3OUT, post first strategy, you can get that too (and, everything in between).

Tribers, tell us how that statement is true in your own experience. Have you tweaked the offense to fit your personnel or coaching philosophy?

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