(Rental)-The Attacking 4--out 1--in Drive Motion Offense
- Jamie Dixon, 2009 Naismith Men's College Basketball Coaches of the Year, offers offensive insight
- Philosophy and instruction regarding the 4-out 1-in Drive Motion Offense
- Discussion of the various options available within the offense
Jamie Dixon's 4-Out Drive Motion Offensive is energetic and focuses on drawing the defense to ball to create opportunities for others. It is important to target specific areas on the floor including the elbow and middle, in order to weaken any man-to person defense. Dixon explains his strategy for spacing the floor so that there are many opportunities to penetrate and pass. This offense is all about penetration. It leads to great shots, passing to open players, and constant defensive rotation problems. The offense includes driving angles, fill cut and high cut, split action, drive and drag, drive and drag, and fill cut. Dixon uses a variety screen that puts pressure on the defenders and keeps them from being balanced. Dixon's post rules ensure good spacing, screening, and isolation. Dixon includes more than 15 motion breakdown drills to map out the 4-out attack. This offense is flexible enough to accommodate all players and can be tailored to suit your needs.
122 minutes. 2008.
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