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As usual, March Madness has given us a LOT of backstory and drama.
Some are perennial fixtures, others are underdogs…and one is certainly a brash upstart.
It doesn’t get much better than this. Of course, everyone has an opinion about how it’s going to go.
And on that note…
Here’s my call: My mind says Villanova, but my heart really wants Michigan.
“But Scott, how can you not root for the ultimate upstart – Loyola Chicago?”
Well… Call me crazy, but I just can’t warm up to them.
Maybe they prove me wrong, but I just don’t see it happening.
Anyhoo… This year’s Final Four got me thinking…
Any other year, if you saw the following names in the Final Four, you would certainly not be surprised.
(While all but Michigan is still in it, all of them are USUALLY part of the equation when it matters!)
I’m taking about: Michigan, Kansas, Kentucky, Gonzaga, and Duke (And it just so happens that I have their playbooks.)
And it just so happens I put together a “Best of the Final Four” collection for you as we head into Saturday night. ?
Without getting too wordy, here is what you get:
Bill Self is the Kansas University Head Basketball Coach. He was recently listed as the number 1 coach most qualified to run a NBA franchise successfully. Here are 50 pages of plays showing you how he does it.
John Calipari is best known for his famous “Pro-style” Offense that helps players create space off the dribble, and use their own strength and speed to attack their opponent. Now you can have access to all of John Calipari’s offense plays from the 2014. (42 different sets!)
I am now releasing the Gonzaga Playbook: "Learn Mark Few's Style of play, covering Secondary Break, Flex Offense, Out of Bounds Plays, and Full Court Press Break". It has 73 pages of basketball coaching information. It has 21 different variations on their secondary break offense, which is tremendous.
“Learn the Mike Krzyzewski Style of Duke Basketball“. There are 68 plays in this playbook. There are 23 Set Plays, 18 Quick Hitters, 20 Blob’s, 2 Slobs, 1 Early Offense, and 4 Zone Offense Set Plays. Mike Krzyzewski has taken a new philosophy from Mike D’Antoni of the Houston Rockets, and used more ball screens in his offense. It isn’t the typical 3 out, 2 in stuff that he use to run. It is more ball screens, with several different actions built into it.
Even though the playbook comes in at 127 pages, it is broken down into only 5 sections: Half Court Man Offense, Half Court Zone Offense, BLOB’s, SLOB’s, Drills (It is beautiful in its simplicity.)
This may seem like a lot, but it really is a “Best of March Madness” Collection.
Also, as usual, I can’t keep a discounted price out there forever.
I’ll be pulling this down BEFORE the Michigan game on Saturday at 6:09pm.
Oh and how much?
You get this collection of HUNDREDS of plays over HUNDREDS of pages.
All for: $49.00!!
Remember it ends at 6:09pm on Saturday!
See you courtside,
Scott “the predictor” Peterman
Here is that link for you to grab all 5 playbooks for less than $10.00 each or 60% off!
Give me my $49 deal!