Brian Field's Coaching Basketball 3-Pack

Brian Field's Coaching Basketball 3-Pack
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Product Description

  • Implement a continuous 4-out 1-in ball screen offense that will lead to defensive miscues and easy baskets
  • Build a pack line defense through ball pressure, solid gap positioning, and the ability to jump to the ball quickly
  • Get multiple full court and half court trapping systems that speed up ball handlers and keep your opponent off balance

with Brian Field,
Providence Day School (NC) Head Coach;
2016 USA Today North Carolina Coach of the Year; 2016 North Carolina (NCISAA) 3A State Championship

Providence Day School head coach Brian Field has created a top-tier 4-out ball screen continuity offense that emphasizes reversals and ball screens. In this video, you'll learn how to implement Field's offense and see how it creates high-percentage scoring opportunities for your players by utilizing your guards' playmaking abilities while pulling defending post defenders away from the basket.

With seven quick-hitter plays designed to be used within the 4-out ball screen continuity offense, your players will learn how to pick & pop, pick & roll, slip screens, set flare screens, and run dribble hand-offs - all actions that are difficult to defend.

Gator Shooting

Learn the primary shooting and finishing drill used by Coach Field. He incorporates all potential shots that are taken by players when running the offense, and since the drill has multiple players getting shots up, it will lead to more reps for each player. You'll see how to run the drill on both sides of the floor with each action so you can incorporate your own philosophies into the drill.

"Inside" + Quick Hitters

Coach Field includes seven quick-hitters that can be used when running the 4-out ball screen continuity offense. With a 4-out offense, many guards will dominate the ball. However, Field has created a way to get your best post player a chance at scoring as well.

Opponents may attempt to make adjustments to guard the your ball screen continuity offense, but with several plays covered, Coach Field gives you counters for every adjustment possible.

This video will help any coach looking to implement a simple, continuous offense for their team. Field does an excellent job of explaining how pieces within the offense move together to build continuity. If you're looking for an easy-to-learn offense that provides many scoring opportunities, you will want to install Coach Field's 4-out offense!

60 minutes. 2018.

with Brian Field,
Providence Day School (NC) Head Coach;
2016 USA Today North Carolina Coach of the Year; 2016 North Carolina (NCISAA) 3A State Championship

Brian Field has put together one of the best videos on building and teaching the pack line defense! He shows the defense's primary concepts on the chalkboard before giving you a detailed on-court presentation with drills and demonstrations.

You'll see a variation of the pack line in which players force the offense to the baseline. Coach Field explains how this defense has improved his team's ability to force opponents into much tougher shots. He also details the only time he wants his players to switch, as well as the half court philosophies used with this defense that have created so much success for his teams.


One pass away, defenders are inward and upward towards the ball. This allows your defender who's one pass away to be there against dribble penetration. As Coach Field mentions, you'll see a lot of younger players guarding too close to their defensive assignment, which slows rotations. By maintaining a triangle, your defender can get into the passing lane, be available for help, and, be close enough to close out if their assignment catches the basketball.

Forcing Baseline

Most resources explaining the pack line defense have players force the offense to the middle of the floor, which is where your help is waiting. By forcing baseline, you'll take away the offense's ability to use both sides of the floor. Coach Field shows that keeping the offense on the sideline forces them to float a pass when they skip to the weak side. By forcing a tough pass across the court, your defensive players will be in help position to jump that pass.

Brockport Drill

Coach Field's 'Brock

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