Best Post Move? Look Baseline First
From the book, POWER POST PLAY

As soon as a player receives a pass at the low post position, he should turn his head and look at the baseline. If the defense is not in position to stop the baseline lay up, then the player should take one dribble directly to the basket and muscle the ball in. This could be a dunk or a power shot off of two feet. A one-footed lay up shot is not advisable in the internal zone due to the impending contact.

Whenever the defense plays the passing lane from the top side, the baseline will usually be open. It is unforgivable for a player to miss taking advantage of this easy scoring opportunity.


Post Player Links

Outline from Chicago

Bank Shot

Feeding the Post

Face Up to the Basket 

Offensive Rebounding

High Post Shot Fake, Drive

Off Season Improvement

AAU Tournament


Fall Conditioning

Pump Fake

Posting Up

Best Post Move 

"Basketball can sometimes be a game of luck and if you don't have a good post player,
you could be in for some bad luck."  Coach Battenberg