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Basketball Play - Dribble Drive Motion: Finishing at the Rim

Dribble Drive Motion: Finishing at the Rim

null null 07/04/2018

As part of #PlayerDevelopmentWeek I am putting together a series of drill progressions that we use in order to develop skills to fit our Dribble Drive Motion Offense. In this second installment we are looking at "Finishing at the Rim". What we are hoping for our players is that they can finish at the rim from multiple angles, and with a variety of finishes. The "1/0 Technique" Drill below makes our players finish from the three most common angles within our offense; 1) The Slot Drive, 2) The Wing Drive from the Corner, and the 3) Baseline Drive. We want our players to feel comfortable finishing with at least 1-2 different techniques from both their strong hand and their weak hand. So over the course of the season we will emphasize these finishes; 1) Extended Arm, 2) Scoop, 3) Inside Hand, 4) Stride Stop, 5) Jump Stops, & 6) Reverse Pivots. The "1/1 and 2/2 Russian" Drills are good once we have moved beyond the Phase A portion of finishing. Those two drills are not only fun for the players, but represent very common finishing opportunities within our offense, 1) The Slot Drive with an advantage and 2) The Drop Pass. Read more on the FMS Blog: Skill Building for Dribble Drive Motion Offense Keys to Designing a DDM Practice Plan See More

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Basketball Play - Dribble Drive Motion: 1v1 Dribble Attacks

Dribble Drive Motion: 1v1 Dribble Attacks

null null 07/04/2018

As part of #PlayerDevelopmentWeek I am putting together a series of drill progressions that we use in order to develop skills to fit our Dribble Drive Motion Offense. In this first installment we are looking at developing "Dribble Attacks." These are quick and simple dribble attacks that we emphasize in both the half court and transition settings. Mainly we are looking at attacking a defender who is isolated in the elbow or slot area. We would like our players to make a quick aggressive move and attack that defender to the rim. The three "Dribble Attacks" that we teach are 1) In & Out Dribble, 2) Hesitation, and 3) Crossover. The 1v1 Dribble Attacks Drill Below is a simple drill but one that will combine Dribble Attacks and Finishing at the Rim. The two versions represent two common tactics; sagging defenses and overly aggressive on-ball defenses. Read more on the FMS Blog: Skill Building for Dribble Drive Motion Offense Keys to Designing a DDM Practice Plan See More

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Basketball Play - Pinar Karsiyaka - Motion Weak Cross

Pinar Karsiyaka - Motion Weak Cross

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 04/23/2018

Cross Screen option out of Pinar Karsiyaka Head Coach Aleksandar Trifununovic's iteration of Spurs "Motion Weak". Karsiyaka run this to get DJ Kennedy in the post but it can be used with a big. Karsiyaka will mask this entry by having the 5 start on the FT line and set back sreens before flashing for the reversal. Play can also end with an empty corner PNR instead of a post up. See More

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Basketball Play - 4 Out 1 In Motion Offense

4 Out 1 In Motion Offense

Hunter Lochmann 04/18/2018

This 4 out, 1 in motion style offense is not a patterned or continuity style offense, but rather a set of rules designed to give players the ability to read and react to the defense. This offense is easy to learn yet hard to perfect. It's also very hard to scout and prepare for once fully implemented, due to its read and react nature. It is best used by teams that are guard heavy, but can be adjusted to fit any type of lineup. Jr. Wizards Coaches Manual See More

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Basketball Play - Washington Wizards - Motion Strong Flex

Washington Wizards - Motion Strong Flex

Cooper Smither 04/16/2018

The Washington Wizards have incorporated both Motion Weak and Strong sets into their playbook to reduce the monotony of a guard-oriented, pick and roll heavy offensive attack. Scott Brooks will use this action for Motion Weak as well (ball reversal with shallow cut from guard to weak side). The Wizards are not strict as to what option they will go to out of this set, as they will take what the defense gives them throughout the Motion Flex sequence. See More

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Basketball Play - Iowa Hawkeyes - Zipper Motion Pin/Flare

Iowa Hawkeyes - Zipper Motion Pin/Flare

Dymetrius Ware 03/06/2018

Former Iowa coach Dr. Tom Davis would run this motion offense set with great success for the Hawkeyes. It incorporates various types of screens (zipper, pin down, flare) to ultimately free up multiple shooters for an open looks. 3 has option to hit whoever is open, or create for themselves in middle of the floor as defense will be spread out and focusing on screens. See More

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Basketball Play - Marquette Golden Eagles - False Motion into High Ball Screen

Marquette Golden Eagles - False Motion into High Ball Screen

Richard Schiell 01/10/2018

False Motion into a High Ballscreen Set from Marquette Golden Eagles and Head Coach Steve Wojciechowski. Play Initiates with a dribble handoff between the 1 and 3, a weak side down screen is set between the 4 and 2. The 1 cuts through to opposite side corner, after ball reversal to 2 from 3 the 5 sets a back screen for 3 who clears to the corner. The 5 then sets a high ball screen for the 2. See More

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