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multiple-continuous offense for high school basketball.
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3. It gives continuity to the offense. Unlike set play offenses, there is no ending. The offense can be run over and over. When set play offenses complete the play with no shot, players tend to go 1-on-1 similar to “pickup” basketball. 4. It enables a team to control the tempo . The 5-out motion offense is a fantastic primary offense for basketball teams at any level, but especially youth basketball teams. It’s a positionless offense that relies on spacing the floor and a set of rules that assists players to determine their movements and actions.
As a high school coach, I would be extremely happy if you brought me a group of kids that simply knew how to keep proper spacing, basket cut (give and go), cut backdoor when overplayed, and v-cut to get open. Then you spend the rest of practice developing 1v1 offensive skills and some man to man defense. High school football didn't really catch up until the late s. While stories about high school games that included box scores appeared as early as the turn of the century, the box scores usually focused on touchdowns scored, punting average (punting was huge tactical strategy at the time) and substitutions. Passing yardage was non existent.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cathcart, James. Multiple-continuous offense for high school basketball. West Nyack, N.Y., Parker Pub. Over the past 20 years of coaching high school boys basketball we have had a winning percentage of over 84% using the Motion Offense as our primary offense.
Basketball's Motion Offense is a style of offensive play that differs from any kind of pattern play in that there is no predetermined order of movement of either players or the basketball/5(5). Coach's Clipboard basketball playbook for coaching youth basketball & high school basketball.
This page is an index to all of the articles on the web-site. Motion offense concepts/principles that apply to all man and motion offenses. Bob Hurley:Motion Offense Motion offense used by legendary high school coach Bob Hurley. Blocker Mover Offense Dick Bennett's motion offense featuring multiple screens from "blockers" and scoring opportunities for "movers".
Several sets can be used. Simplified Swing Offense for High School Basketball -pg. 11 All Contents Proprietary Scoring Opportunities Flex Action Man Offense 1 3 5 4 2-After the UCLA action and flare action have take place and the ball is reversed to the weak side slot, 2 is going to run a flex cut off of 1's screen-It is important that the flex cutter take his man into.
Motion offense is a flexible offense that features player movement, floor spacing, passing and cutting, and screening. The origin of "motion offense" is usually credited to coach Henry Iba at Oklahoma State, and his assistant Bloomer Sullivan (who became a great coach in his own right at Southeastern Oklahoma State University).
The offense is a simple offensive set, easy to learn, with good spacing, a high post and low post presence, and is a good choice for youth and middle school teams.
For attacking man-to-man defense, several simple motion patterns and a few simple plays are presented below. 1) The 4 around 1 Power Set Motion Offense can be a useful offensive set if you have player you would like to isolate. This is an inside attack that enables a team to take advantage of favorable matchups, to get high percentage shots, and to get into the bonus situation quickly.
The most common reason the 4-out 1-in motion offense isn’t always effective at a youth basketball and high school level is because the coach doesn’t know how to use the post player effectively.
Many coaches simply allow their post player to move anywhere they feel like inside and around the paint. The most valuable commodity on a basketball court is space. When constructing your offense, you should try to be in areas where there is a lot of space to operate.
Players bunching together are offense killers. Those little 2-foot passes are turnovers waiting to happen. Cathcart, Jim - A Multiple-Continuous Offense for High-School Basketball, Parker Publishing Co., West Nyack, New Jersey, Earle, Jimmy - Complete Book of Basketball, Parker Publishing Co., West Nyack, New Jersey, Get the latest official high school basketball rules, updates, and interpretations.
Each year, the National Federation of State High School Associations publishes an updated rule book for boys and girls varsity basketball to ensure consistent standards for competition across the U.S.
The late, legendary coach Dean Smith is often credited as the originator of the 4-corners delay offense at North Carolina years ago. Actually, it was former North Carolina College coach John McClendon who first authored it in the 's - early 50's.
This less well-known coach also pioneered basketball's full court game, the full court press, the full court zone (zone press), the open post.
The Single-Post Continuity Offense is a motion offense designed to create mismatches and get the ball inside to the post. The post player moves from block to block and is screened each time by a different teammate.
The offense also provides great rebounding balance screen-the-screener action and outside shot opportunities on the ball reversal. The [ ]. The drills below can work for any offense because they are based on universal offensive concepts like spacing, cutting, screening, ball movement, and decision making.
To learn more about specific plays, motion offenses, continuity offenses, concepts and more check out the basketball team offense page and our situational set plays. TIP: I believe that the best way to construct basketball drills for your team is to take pieces of your offense and turn those one or two passes and one or two cuts and make them drills.
If you are running the “Flex,” the back screen is one drill, the lane duck-in is. Effective Zone Offenses for the High School Coach (Winning Ways Basketball) (Volume 2) Paperback – Ap and a new style of offense and defense, Coach Biddison took that team three rounds in the playoffs in his very first year in the program.
Along the way in his coaching journey, Coach Biddison has achieved: • A Reviews: 7. John Wooden adapted his "UCLA High – Low Post Offense" from a set with Lew Alcindor (now Kareem Abdul Jabbar) to a set when he graduated and they played with Curtis Rowe and Sidney Wicks.
In the NBA, Phil Jackson is well known for his Triangle Offense which he has run since he was the Head Coach of the Albany Patroons in the CBA. Below is an A-B-C formula for planning a successful basketball practice to get you started. It’s customizable for practices running to 2 hours.
Feel free to substitute in your own basketball drills, or adjust the time frames to suit your own program. I’ve also provided a basketball.
Requires High Basketball IQ Players – While this offense will develop basketball IQ better than most other offenses, it does require a decent amount of basketball IQ from the start to be successful as the offense relies on quickly reading the defense and making the correct basketball play.The Princeton Offense was created by Hall of Fame coach, Pete Carril, during his incredible year, win tenure as coach of the Princeton Tigers.
The legacy this offense has left on basketball can be seen today at every level. Many coaches have adopted the Princeton offense because it teaches players how to read the game and make decisions (important) and doesn't rely on constant play.
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