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PETE CARRILS PRINCETON BACK DOOR OFFENSE

UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID


13-14 NOVIEMBRE DE 2006

http://www.hoophall.com/halloffamers/Carril.htm

High School:

Liberty High School (Bethlehem, PA) (1944-48)

High School Playing Highlights:

All-State (1948)

College:

Lafayette College (Easton, PA) (1948-52)

College Playing Highlights:


Four-year letter winner Earned All-State and Little All-America honors (1952)

High School Coaching:

Reading (PA) High School (1959-1966)

Highschool Coaching Highlights:

Reading record: 145-42

College Coaching:

Lehigh University (Bethlehem, PA) (1966-67)

Princeton University (1967-97)

College Coaching Highlights:


Overall college coaching record: 525-273 Lehigh record: 11-12 Princeton record: 514-261 In 29 seasons at Princeton, his teams recorded only one losing season Led Princeton to 13 Ivy League championships and 13 postseason tournament bids (11 NCAA, two NIT) Posted 10 seasons with 20 or more wins Princeton teams led the nation in defensive points allowed 14 times Coached 13 players that were drafted by the NBA or ABA Ended his career as the only Division I coach to record 500 wins without ever providing athletic scholarships Earned his 500th victory following a 64-54 win over Cornell His 525th win came in the first round of the 1996 NCAA Tournament over defending champion UCLA, 43-41 Led Princeton to the National Invitation Tournament championship over Providence College, the Ivy League's only NIT championship (1975)

Pro Coaching:

NBA Sacramento Kings, assistant coach (1997-present)

Pro Coaching Highlights:

The 1998-99 Sacramento team posted its first winning season in 15 years

Bio: Born: July 10, 1930 in Bethlehem, PA. One of the most likable and dedicated coaches in basketball history, Pete Carril spent 43 years of his life committed to coaching excellence. After seven years at the high school level and one season as head coach at Lehigh University, Carril took over the basketball program at Princeton University in 1967. Upon his retirement at the end of last season, Carril was the only Division I coach to record 500 wins (525273) without ever providing athletic scholarships. In his first season at Princeton, Carril posted a 20-6 record, the first of ten 20-win-or-more seasons.

Featuring players that were often overmatched physically by opponents, Carril instilled a regimented, disciplined and fundamentally sound brand of basketball that made the Tigers a difficult opponent to play. Carril's Princeton teams won with textbook basics-an unselfish offense and team defense. A Bethlehem, PA, native, Carril's Tiger teams led the nation in scoring defense 14 of the past 21 seasons, including the last eight in a row. Over Carril's 29 seasons, Princeton won 514 games, recorded only one losing season, won 13 Ivy League Championships and earned 13 postseason tournament bids (11 NCAA, 2 NIT). In 1975, Carril led Princeton to the Ivy League's only NIT championship. Princeton's NCAA tournament appearances have been memorable, including a near-victory over then-number-oneranked Georgetown in 1989 (50-49), and a thrilling last second victory over defending national champion UCLA (43-41) in 1996. Carril currently serves as an assistant coach with the NBA's Sacramento Kings.

PETE CARRILS PRINCETON BACK DOOR OFFENSE


offensive skills dictate what happens, but without skills the defense dictates Players miss shots when they take bad shots, players miss shots when they dont think they can make the shot always trying to help someone out when closely guarded, go back door watch the person in front of you, they show you what to do. good spacing creates scoring opportunities. everybody with the ball is a point guard el que no tira bien siempre esta desmarcado nadie le defiende
Pete Carril BASIC OFFENSE 1. CUTTING 2. SCREENING 3. PASSING 4. SHOOTING (ACCURATE) BASICS DRIBBLING PASSING SHOOTING

BACKDOORS SCREENING TECHNIQUES

LOW POST PLAY.

PLAYS OFF THE SCREEN. 6 OPCIONS

GETTING INTO THE OFFENSE

OPTION A

OPTION B

Low Post play

OPTION A

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GOING CROSS COURT

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SWING THE BALL

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OPTION B
GETTING INTO A ONE GUARD FRONT

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GO BACK DOOR

SCREEN TOWARDS THE BALL

SCREEN AWAY FROM THE BALL

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SCREEN AWAY FROM THE BALL

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If the pass is denied to 4.

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If the pass is denied to 2 and 1 cannot scored

If the pass is denied to the post, swing it back up top; drive and pitch

Hit the center cutting

Hit the corner if open

Look to score first

Throw it back to the passer

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SCREEN TOWARDS THE BALL

Option A

Option B

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OPTION A

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OPTION B

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CHIN SERIES

OPTION A

OPTION B

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OPTION A

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OPTION B

UCLA

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HIGH POST OFFENSE

Using the high post spreads the defense. Hard for some centers to defend up top. Easier to reverse the ball.

TURN OUT CUT

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TURN-OUT CUT IF ENTRY PASS IS DENIED

Option

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DRIBBLE ENTRY

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DRIBBLE ENTRY CENTER POPS OUT

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DRIBBLE ENTRY WITH DEFENSE

back door cut WHENEVER YOU CUT, LOOK FOR THE BALL

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FROM HIGH POST TO LOW POST

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FROM HIGH POST TO LOW POST DRIBBLE ENTRY

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and go on

SAGGING DEFENSE

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