Book-of-the-Month: “Coaching Basketball’s Speed Game With Primary and Secondary Fastbreaks”

Coaching Basketball’s “Speed Game”
With Primary and Secondary Fast Breaks
provides invaluable and innovative methods to attack any opponent’s transition defenses with a multiple yet simplified offensive scheme that coaches at any level can use. The book breaks down offensive strategies into a step-by-step instructional method that coaches can easily implement into their own programs, and provides detailed diagrams and easy-to-follow explanations for the analysis and installation of these offensive attacks. In addition, the book includes creative, game-realistic drills and a method of analyzing and evaluating productivity. John Kimble’s book provides all the necessary information to be able to easily and effectively change various options to fit any squad’s talent and skill levels. The book also includes a companion DVD that reinforces concepts discussed in the book and explains them thoroughly with actual demonstrations on the court with players. This book can be an effective encyclopedia of secondary fast breaks for any coach at any level.

This article has 2 Comments

  1. Hi Coach – I’ve been looking for something just like this! And it’s a small world, I coach varsity boys basketball at Calvary Christian in Normal, Illinois. In my 3rd year. Noticed in your bio you’ve coached at DeLand Weldon (a fellow conference school) and at Lexington who we also play a couple times each year. Hope you don’t mind but I’d like to use some of your knowledge against those schools this coming season. 🙂 What’s the best way to purchase the book/dvd?

    All the best!

    1. Indeed a small world. Loved coaching at both places. As an Assistant at Lexington, we won the Super Sectional at ISU Horton and went on to State. Became a Head Coach at DW for 5 years Played some games at Horton in Sectional. Then went to Dunlap and we got 2nd when there were only two classes in ’81. Great years. Coaches Choice in Monterey California publishes all five of my books and all 28 DVDs. Let me know which one(s) you got and we can talk thru any of them. Good Luck

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Solve : *
9 + 10 =