(Rental)-The Cut & Fill Motion Offense
- Bob Huggins, the '00-01 National Coaches of the Year.
- Three major components of an offense are cut and broken drills
- Coaches can learn the system by watching it on court.
Coach Huggins' motion offense focuses on cutting, reading defense and looking for back doors. To illustrate his basic motion offense, Huggins uses cones on the ground to start. Huggins uses breakdown drills and cutting drills to help teach the three main components of the offense: spreading out, moving and isolating. Huggins guides players through a five-man cutting structure in order to put together the offense. Screeners will call for screens and the cutter will make an intentional move to open the cut. This offense is difficult to defend because it has both on-ball and non-ball screening options. Huggins is the best source for everything you need to set up this slashing offense.
74 minutes. 2008.