There are many plays that can be utilized in order to develop a team’s offensive skills. In basketball, coaches always emphasize the importance of running without the ball. This is used to either fake an offensive move, or execute a cut into the defense of the opponents. This is what basketball call as motion offense.
Its relevance is well understood. This is why most coaches use this type of offensive play. However, it is never easy to accomplish its proper execution. A lot of things should be brought into consideration before a team can fully develop this type of offense. Aside from being totally conditioned to play the game of basketball, the following are major keys in building an effective motion offense.
- FIBA – Coach Svetislav Pesic: Pick & Roll Defense
- FIBA – Coach Zeljko Obradovic: Pick & Roll Offense
- FIBA – Coach Kennedy Hamilton: Teaching Fundamental Drills
- FIBA – Coach Clinic Live Recording
- Review: Coach Godwin’s 80/20 Scorer 3 Disc Set
- A quick heads-up: Coach Dodson’s Link List
- How Coaches can influence Referees
- Someone You Ought To Know: Renee Jimenez
- Someone You Ought To Know: Nikki Caldwell
- Managing your players