Gregg Marshall Wichita State Stagger Plays by Wes Kosel
Included are two stagger plays from Wichita State Head Coach Gregg Marshall. In 17 years, he has compiled a 398-159 record (winning just over 71% of his games). Before taking over in Wichita, Marshall was the head coach at Winthrop from 1998 – 2007. While at Winthrop, he never had a losing season and won 20+ games 6 times. Marshall, a graduate of Randolph-Macon, started his coaching career after graduating from Randolph-Macon in 1985. He started as an assistant at his alma mater and then worked assistant jobs at Belmont Abbey, College of Charleston, and Marshall before becoming a head coach. He has led the Shockers to 4 straight NCAA Tournament appearances, including a Final Four appearance in 2013 and a Sweet 16 run in 2015.
Gregg Marshall Wichita State Stagger Plays – Shocker Stagger
1 dribbles left and passes to 3. After the pass, 1 makes a cut off of a back-screen from 5. 4 moves across the lane to the opposite block. 3 looks to pass inside to 4 or hit 1 for a lob pass. If neither option is open, 1 and 5 set a staggered down-screen for 2. 2 cuts to the top of the key for a shot. If 2 doesn’t have a shot, 5 sets a ball-screen at the top of the key as 3 cuts across the baseline off of a staggered screen from 4 and 1.
1 passes to 3 then makes a UCLA cut off of 5. 3 passes to 5 who dribbles right across the floor. 2 cuts out to the wing and gets the ball. Once 2 has the ball, he looks to pass to 3 cutting off of a screen from 4 or to 1 cutting off of a screen from 5.