(Rental)-Spread Dribble--drive Motion Offense
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- With 2008 AP Coach Keno Davis, learn the secrets to basketball's spread dribble drive motion offense.
- Strategies and tactics to develop the spread dribble drive offense
- Demonstrations of late-clock plays and reversals for improving your team's offense
Spread offense is best when there is a defensive rebound and an aggressive quick break. Keno Davis' offense places maximum pressure on defense and can lead to opponent defenses being changed. Coach Davis starts with the outlet pass and a specific lane responsibility in offensive transition. If possible, it is encouraged to take advantage of any early offensive opportunities. Each player can immediately run his lane from their designated zone spot. The 5-0 break is a warm up drill that then leads to live 5-on-5 play. Early action depends on the defense once the ball is in the half court. Davis offers a few options. Once the ball is reversed twice, he shares a special play called "dribble spread". The court spread allows the offense to choose its driving opportunities, such as getting to the basket or a dish to a three-point shooter. Spread offense also offers the special "2" play.
47 minutes. 2008.