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7 Keys to a Successful Motion Offense in Basketball

There are few things more enjoyable than watching a well-executed motion offense. The basketball zips quickly around the perimeter, players are constantly cutting and screening for each other, and the team always seems to find a wide open shot. It’s beautiful basketball. But an offense like this doesn’t ‘just happen’… Especially if your method is simply finding 7 better-than-average […]

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Simple 1-3-1 Offense to Dominate a 2-3 Zone Defense

If you’re coaching a youth basketball team, playing against a 2-3 zone can be incredibly difficult.

Your players will often be forced to throw up long-distance shot attempts which have very little chance of going in the hoop.

Until now…

The ‘Trilogy’ 1-3-1 offense will allow your team to get the basketball into the gaps of the opposition’s defense to create scoring opportunities close to the hoop.

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Dribble Drive Offense – Complete Coaching Guide

When Vance Walberg created the Dribble Drive Offense more than twenty years ago, his goal was to develop an offense that fit the personnel he was coaching at the time.

He didn’t have many tall post players, but he did have a lot of quick guards who could get to the rim.

Thinking outside the box, he came up with an offense based on dribble penetration and outside shooting which is now popular at the youth, high school, college, and professional levels today.

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