Dear Basketball Coach,
In this video set, you learn Keith Haske's uptempo defensive and offensive system that has helped him win over 650 games, reach the state championship 5 times with both boys and girls, and compile a 239-78 record (.753 win percentage) in his last 13 seasons.
It's a fun and fast-paced uptempo system that players love and wins games!
Benefits of Coach Haske's Uptempo System
Here are a few benefits of the Keith Haske Uptempo System...
1) Develops Depth
Coach Haske believes their system develops depth. After running the system for more than 15 years at 3 different schools, he always has deep teams. He believes that is because of "the system" and the way they practice.
2) Fun for Coaches, Players and Fans
Players and fans love the uptempo pace and intensity. The system draws large crowds and excitement. Lots of kids get to play. And parents rarely complain.
It's an intense and exciting style of play!
3) Unique - Difficult for Opponents to Prepare for
The system is unique. You don't see a lot of other teams run this and it requires other teams to use different preparation against you.
One of the biggest benefits to the pressure defense is that it looks different to the opponent each time down the floor, yet it's simple. The rules allow for this.
4) Wears Opponents Down
The constant tempo and pressure wears teams down. It's difficult for any team (good or bad) to stay disciplined for the entire game.
Keith Haske's teams are usually their best toward the end of game. They almost always make a big run in the 2nd half.
5) Flexible - Works Regardless of Your Personnel
As long as you have players that will work hard... you can succeed with this system.
You don't need size or a great amount of skill. Of course those things help! But it's a flexible system that works with small teams, tall teams, or almost any talent level.
6) Easy to Teach
The rules makes the system easy to learn. Middle school teams can easily learn the system and succeed.
7) High Scoring
The system creates pace, tempo, and gets you easy baskets. Coach Haske's teams usually average 80 points per game. Their highest season average was 90 points per game!
8) It Wins Games
Bottom line is the system gets results. It has worked with boys and girls and at 3 different schools.
It works against bad teams and good teams. Good teams might not turn it over as much, but they take quick shots and go faster than they want to. As a result, their shooting percentage suffers. Opponents get gassed and wear down.
It's fun, exciting, players love it, practices are fun, and it wins games! What more could you want?
Here's What You'll Get in this Video & eBook Package
Chapter 1 - Introduction to Keith Haske's Uptempo System
Coach Haske gives you an overview of his system, the philosophy behind it, and why it has worked so well for him.
Chapter 2 - Uptempo Pressure Defense
The uptempo system starts with a full court pressure defense. It's a hybrid defense combining both zone and man-to-man principles.
The press is based on "rules" that make it easy to learn and allow the defense to look different each time down the court...
This is one of the biggest benefits of the press -- opponents have trouble preparing and handling the pressure because it looks different each time down the court.
Most presses are somewhat predictable and players learn where traps will occur and what will happen. The Haske press is very unpredictable, very difficult to prepare for, and difficult to play against.
A few things you'll learn in this chapter include:
- Overview of the press and whiteboard explanation
- 8 build up drills to teach the press
- Step by step process to teach and implement the press
- Trapping fundamentals
- 5 ways to get more deflections and create tempo
- Keys to the press and mistakes to avoid
- When and where to trap (timing)
Chapter 3 - 5 on 5 and Press Alignment Rules
Now that basic rules and concepts have been taught, coach Haske shows the press in a full court 5 on 5 setting.
You learn the initial press alignments and responsibilities when the ball is entered. You'll learn how to defend all types of press break entries (including 4 across, 3 up, 2 up, and 1 up).
You'll also see the press in live full court action.
Chapter 4 - Blue, White, and Gold Press
There are 3 different presses -- blue, white, and gold. They are very simple to learn because they all follow the same rules -- but the initial set up looks different. This makes your opponent think you have 3 completely different presses and also allows you to dictate the tempo.
By changing from blue, white, and gold press during the game.... you can dictate the tempo, keep the offense guessing, and cause more turnovers.
Chapter 5 - Pressure Defense - Handling Situations
In this chapter, you'll learn how to handle various situations when pressing...
- How to defend "1 up" press breaker
- How to defend and handle great point guards
- How to defend clear outs
- How to handle uptempo teams
- How to handle teams that delay and slow things down
- How to handle the reversal pass
You'll learn how to handle almost any situation and turn it into your advantage.
Chapter 6 - Half Court Uptempo Defense
The press falls back into half court man defense -- however the pressure and tempo remains high!
Coach Haske wants to maintain the pressure and tempo at all times. So they utilize sound man to man principles while pressuring and occasionally trapping in the half court. They try to eliminate ball reversals and force the opponent out of their comfort zone while maintaining an uptempo pace.
In this chapter, Coach Haske goes over his key teaching points and philosophy for half court man to man defense.
Chapter 7 - Pressure Defense - Whiteboard Review
In this chapter, Coach Haske reviews the rotations and key elements to the press on the whiteboard.
Chapter 8 - Pressure Defense Q & A
In this chapter, Coach Haske answers a few common questions about the press.
Chapter 9 - Pressure Offense: Transition
On the offensive end, Coach Haske maintains the uptempo pressure. They are in a constant attack mentality while taking good shots and playing fundamentally sound.
They use a unique fast break and half court system that gives them good looks at the basket early in the possession.
It's a high scoring system. At the varsity level, Keith Haske teams usually average 80 points per game. Their highest season average was 90 points per game!
One of the best things about the system is that it develops depth and players lacking skill can contribute. As long as players are willing to work hard, they can contribute to the team.
In this chapter, you will learn:
- The keys to their transition offense
- How to quickly enter the ball
- How to immediately initiate the offense without delay (constant attack mode)
- 5 simple quick hitters to run out of transition (without delay)
- How to run and attack off missed baskets
- Rebounding out of transition
Chapter 10 - Transition Offense: Quick Hitters
In this chapter, you'll learn 7 quick hitters you can run out of your half court or transition offense.
Chapter 11 - Half Court Motion Offense
Coach Haske runs a simple motion offense that is based on good spacing, ball movement, and getting the ball inside via the post or dribble drive.
You will learn:
- How to improve players' decision making
- How to improve ball movement and get more reversals
- How to get post players open
- Keys to good offense
- The basic rules for their motion offense
Chapter 12 - Offense Drills
This section gives you 7 breakdown drills for teaching motion offense and skills. This includes post drills, guard drills, and screening drills.
Chapter 13 - Zone Offense
Learn how Coach Haske attacks all types of zones including the 2-3, 1-2-2, and 1-3-1. He demonstrates their zone offense and gives you a few quick hitters for attacking the zone.
Chapter 14 - Final Thoughts
32 Page Supplemental eBook
For your convenience, we have documented the rules, responsibilities, philosophy and drills included in the videos. We also documented a step-by-step process
for you to implement the defense.
About Coach Keith Haske
Some of Coach Haske's accomplishments include:
- 30+ seasons of basketball coaching experience, both boys and girls
- Over 650 career wins
- 5 State Championship appearances with both boys and girls
- 7 Final Four appearances at state finals
- Regarded as one of the most successful basketball coaches in Northern Michigan history
- Took his Traverse City St. Francis High School team to the Michigan State Finals in just his second season
- Compiled a 239-78 record (a .753 win percentage) in 13 seasons at Charlevoix
Who Should Consider the System?
Middle school, high school, and college coaches can take something from this system. A high level travel team could also use this system.
Coach Haske has successfully implemented the system at the middle school and high school level for both boys and girls.
In fact, the first time Keith Haske coached a girls team, he implemented the system with the freshman, JV, and varsity. The program went 60-0 for the year!!! They didn't lose a game until reaching the state championship where they lost to a very talented team out of Detroit.
What's the Investment?
The price for the 240 minute video and 32 page eBook is $69.
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I like these so much, that if he did any other videos, I'd buy them immediately with no questions asked.
Everywhere I go people are talking about that fast Thorne Bay Team and what a pleasure it is to watch them. The boys love to run. The love to play this way, everyone - even opposing fans - love to watch us. I've risen to local hero status.
I was selected 1A Boys Coach of the Year this year for the State of Alaska.
Hats off to Coach Haskins for this system - believe it, trust it and go all in. In time it will pay off big.
Feel free to email with any questions on how we implemented it. Mark Gunkel firstname.lastname@example.org
The drills were helpful in terms of breaking down the total concept.
Players appeared to have high levels of personal skill which made me wonder how the coach would approach things if he had a team with numerous skill deficiencies.
Looking forward to implementing it.
Fundamental rules that can be applied so there is no confusion
Has anyone implemented this system fully?
From an up and coming coach
We very much like the full court press and the variations that force the opponents to prepare for different looks, while our players can continue to practice the same defensive rules.
The DVD is very detailed with a nice progression through the drills and a great explanation by Coach Haske. Considering he uses 12-14 players in his games, it gives the players great incentive to work hard through the practices, even if they are end of the bench players as they are almost guaranteed playing time. I was able to by the set on sale for $34, though in hindsight, even the regular price of $59 is a great deal.