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Johnny Dawkins played for and coached under Coach K at Duke and this influence can be seen by the good ball and player movement the Cardinals use in their Motion Offense
The Cardinals keep the floor spaced for the kick-out pass and spot up 3 and keep the lane clear for good cuts looking to catch the defense
This simple offensive set is typically used in secondary break scenarios but can also be used as a continuity motion offense. However, with some added creativity, coaches can incorporate ball screens, backscreens, or various entries to make it more dynamic.
Lithuania did a great job throughout the European Championship utilizing ball screens in their offense to get spacing, post entry, and 3 pt shots off penetration & kick-out passes
This play ends with a nice pass in the paint to the 5 man who sinks the lay-up
Keep the ball and players moving until the defense breaks down and there is an open shot or driving lane. Cut hard without the ball and maintain good spacing. Keep the ball moving and hit your teammates when they are open. This play is from the 2011-2012 Georgia Southern season.
The Nevada Wolfpack ran this Motion set in their game against the UCLA Bruins
This is a well designed play with a lot of movement, post-up option, and the use of the Shuffle Cut
The Wolfpack are a fairly young team this year, but are exciting to watch
The Florida Gators do a very good job running their half court Ball Screen Motion offense.
With good screening angles, strong basket cuts, and good spacing for kick-out passes, the Gators are able too breakdown defenses with their quickness on the perimeter and the strength of their inside game.
Coach Donovan does a good job adjusting his sets during the course of the game giving his team the best chance to get high percentage shots from their half court offenses.
VCU Head Coach Shaka Smart was one of the hottest coaching names in the off-season, but showed his true loyalty to the program that he has built into a yearly power.
This year Smart returns a line-up with experience and their offense is enjoyable and entertaining to watch.
This Weave action really does a good job using the flare screen, good cutting actions, and a ball screen at the end to set-up a wide open 3 pt shot in the corner.
VCU's quickness at the guard positions gives defenses nightmares with their ability to breakdown 1 v 1 off the dribble.
Frank Martin and the South Carolina Gamecocks use this basic motion format at times as part of their "Spread" attack. The Gamecocks usually play with four guards under Martin, although the motion sets itself okay if the 4 is also a big man. The idea of the offense isn't to penetrate the defense through dribbling, but through getting an overload on one side in order to clear the opposite for a two-man game.