Eight Simple Concepts to Improve Your Motion Offense (Building a Winning Basketball Program Series Book 9) by Kevin Sivils
- Language: English
- Publisher: Random House
- Pages: 454
- Publication date: 2016
One of the most popular forms of offense, basketball's motion offense can be highly effective. Like any other offense, it can have some problems. This short book provides eight (actually more than eight) concepts designed to help the coach of a motion offense team improve the team's ability to execute motion offense. The author, Kevin Sivils, has won 479 career varsity wins in his career. All of those wins as a head coach utilized motion offense as the half court offense his teams utilized. The concepts in this short book address some common issues motion offense teams have including: -- ineffective screening -- lack of movement -- shot selection Motion offense is a great system of play. It allows a great deal of versatility and is fun for players to execute. It does require patience on the part of the coach and the ability to deal with the common problems that crop up with motion offense. The concepts in Eight Simple Concepts to Improve Your Motion Offense can help any motion team be more successful.
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