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Basketball Play - San Antonio Spurs "Motion Strong"

San Antonio Spurs "Motion Strong"

Gibson Pyper 07/10/2015

Instead of point guard passing to the wing, he passes to trailing big who reverses to opposite wing, on this reversal the first big man in the post follows the ball. After, both the point guard and big set a double stagger screen for the guard on opposite wing, coming to look for a shot. If no shot is there, then it flows into Horns and they have multiple options out of this, they can go into a double screen, a pindown into a dribble hand off and multiple flex options off of it. With this typically you will see the point guard coming up the floor holding up his bicep and flexing, hence the "Strong." See More

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Basketball Play - San Antonio Spurs "Motion Weak Thunder"

San Antonio Spurs "Motion Weak Thunder"

Gibson Pyper 07/10/2015

Motion Weak, it starts with the point guard passing to the wing and cutting through the lane to the opposite wing. The ball is reversed through the trailing big, and the weakside guard cuts into the lane to set a cross screen for the first big man down the floor. After the reversal, the post can come off the cross screen or fake and come up the lane off a 2/5 stagger. See More

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Basketball Play - Golden State Warriors "Motion Weak Fist"

Golden State Warriors "Motion Weak Fist"

Gibson Pyper 07/10/2015

Motion Weak, it starts with the point guard passing to the wing and cutting through the lane to the opposite wing. The ball is reversed through the trailing big, and the weakside guard cuts into the lane to set a cross screen for the first big man down the floor. After the reversal, the point guard looks for PnR with 5 as guard clears to the corner. See More

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Basketball Play - San Antonio Spurs "Motion Weak"

San Antonio Spurs "Motion Weak"

Gibson Pyper 07/10/2015

The San Antonio Spurs have two basic options for their Motion Offense, called Motion Weak and Motion Strong. Taking a look at their Motion Weak, it starts with the point guard passing to the wing and cutting through the lane to the opposite wing. The ball is reversed through the trailing big, and the weakside guard cuts into the lane to set a cross screen for the firs big man down the floor. After the reversal, the point guard looks to enter the ball into the post, if the post is covered then the guard who screened across receives a down screen from the big at the top of the key. See More

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Basketball Play - Motion Rub

Motion Rub

Kyle Gilreath 04/24/2015

Today's play comes from the 2005-2006 Florida Gators. This is an oldie but a goodie, I love rub cuts that lead to post-ups. What I like even more about this play is the hi-low at the end of the play that resulted in Joakim Noah having a direct drive to the rim. See More

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Basketball Play - Duke Motion Dive

Duke Motion Dive

Wes Kosel 04/02/2015

Against the San Diego State Aztecs in the Round of 32, Duke used this motion action play to get the ball to Okafor posting up on the left block. With all of the attention on Okafor, Winslow dives down the lane and gets an easy dunk off of a pass from Okafor. Duke did a great job in this game getting SDSU to chase them around the floor. See More

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Basketball Play - Motion Breakdowns - 3/1 Live

Motion Breakdowns - 3/1 Live

Randy Sherman 03/25/2015

3/1 Live (Part of Motion Offense Forum Drill Progressions) Objective: To use motion offense concepts to free the cutter for a basket. In this drill there are two screeners and one cutter (2) in each offensive group. The cutter is defended by X2. Diagrammed below are two of the nearly endless options that could come into play. There is now way to completely diagram all of the screens, cuts, reads and actions possible in this drill. The screeners' objective is to free the cutter (2) for a basket using motion offense concepts and maintianing top-side-side alignment. This is live and competiive drill. Drill Restrictions: Only the cutter can score. Offense must complete two passes BEFORE the cutter gets a touch. (This puts emphasis on second cutters!) The score must come from the screening action, not one-on-one play Competiive Ideas: On a 12-player roster, divide your team into four three-player groups. Set 8:00 (or a time of your choosing) on the clock. If your cutter scores with screening action, that team gets a point and stays on offense. A defender comes from the next team to guard the groups cutter. If that defender can force a stop and get the rebound, his/her team rotates to offense and now has opportunity to score points. Track each team's points. Variations: Start the ball on the wing instead of the top of the circle. Use shallow cuts to start the drill. Allow the offense to pass it to a coach at any time in the drill. can introduce staggers, baseline double, or dual screens to the drill. Side note: Have an assitant coach the defender! The defender will literally encounter dozens of defensive stances, close outs, denials and scenarios in each possession. See More

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