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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Keys to Success with the Dribble Drive Motion Offense

Keys to Success of Dribble Motion Offense

Nothing creates more problems for the defense than movement. However, this movement must be with a purpose. To create a lead, make a sharp basket cut, set a screen, or establish rebounding position. Constant motion will not only create good shot opportunities, but it also prevents the defense from sagging off or double teaming along with drawing the big defenders away form the basket.Players must be a complete player and develop their triple threat skills. In a motion offense, every player plays each position, it requires that all players develop their triple threat (Pass, Drive & Shot) skills to their utmost. In developing these fundamental skills players become complete players which not only contributes to an improve team effort, but also provide long-term benefits for future play.

Patience is key ingredient of any motion offense. Players must develop an aptitude and attitude to cycle the offense uninterrupted until a good, open shot is achieve. This means giving up a good shot at times to achieve a great shot. This also means sacrificing individual statistics for team statistics.Maintain proper spacing is a must. Most passes should be made within a 12' to 15' distance. This spacing spreads the defense and allows for quick, accurate passing. Passes beyond 15' carry a high risk of interception.

Motion relies on teamwork, not individual talent, to create open shots. Therefore, setting and using screens is paramount to any motion offense. It is the responsibility of the receiver to set up and run their defender into the screens. When setting a screen, players should execute a bent knee jump stop to assume a solid, wide base. They should hold their arms close to their body and have vision on the ball. Set strong screens and do not allow defender to push through. However, players must be remain stationary and not step out or lean at last moment.

Friday, January 9, 2009

Princeton Offense Newsletter


The Princeton Offense or a variation of it is being used by many NCAA teams. Pete Newell originated this offense at his stops along the way and perfected this motion game at Princeton University. His Tigers were a group of nonscholarship players at a Division I institution that ranks among the nations most prestigious academic universities.


How could his team compete with superior athletic talent? He developed an offense that was impossible to scout with built in reads based on passes and cuts. He developed a philosophy where the, "Smart could take from the strong" and this offense, predicated on shot selection and extreme patience, has evolved successfully to the shot clock era. Among those teams implementing this offense are Georgetown, Richmond, Colorado, Air Force, Oregon State, Arizona State, and Samford. Although the system varies widely from team to team, any of them still run the same basic actions.


We have a set of guidelines for this offense in our free newsletter. Download the newsletter here


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