Matt Painter Purdue Offense by Dana Beszczynski

Matt Painter Purdue Offense by Dana Beszczynski

Attached are two set plays shared by Coach Dana B. Purdue is 19-5 so far this season including a 13-1 home record. Coach Matt Painter has been the head coach at Purdue since 2005. In that time, he has won over 250 games.

Matt Painter Purdue Offense – Purdue Shuffle Stagger Action

Swanigan screens for Davis who cuts to the wing and gets the ball. Swanigan then sets a screen for Thompson. If the ball is reversed, Thompson sets a screen for Davis. Hammons and Swanigan then set a staggered screen for Thompson who just screened for Davis. The ball can also be reversed with a triple staggered screen for Edwards and a back-screen for Thompson.

Matt Painter Purdue Offense – Purdue Transition Double Stagger

Thompson passes to Edwards then screens down for Davis. If the ball is passed back to Thompson, Edwards and Davis screen for Swanigan in the corner.purdueball.JPG

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Coach BDana-B-profileeszczynski has over twenty years of experience coaching. To date, he has worked at all levels of basketball, from High School and from the Collegiate Ranks to the Professional level in Europe. As a leader, Coach Beszczynski emphasizes that his program is built on the principles of hard work, dedication, and no one person is more important than the team. Coach Beszczynski has a very diverse coaching background. He is known for his individual development of post players, scouting & film breakdown, motivation, and game preparation.

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