The dribble-drive motion offense is the hottest thing in basketball.
The dribble-drive motion offense is founded on dribble penetration. Memphis uses it. It embodies two wholly unconventional notions. One, screens are not emphasized, to better create spacing for drives. Two, the post man runs to the weak side of the lane (instead of the ball side), leaving the ball handler an open driving path to the basket. According to Calipari, "The players are unleashed when they play this way because every player has the green light to take his man on every play."
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I have a Calapari Motion offense book for my coaching needs. I find it all very interesting and fun. Only downside . . . In HS atleast, is having enough players who can "take their man". All 5 players must have good ball handling fundamentals as well.
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