- Add structure and control to your offense without the predictability of set plays
- Incorporate various entries to counter aggressive denial defense
- Cultivate counters or "automatics" that take advantage of cheating and switching
- From one of the top offensive minds in D-III basketball: Aaron Aanonsen
with Aaron Aanonsen,
Lakeland College Head Coach;
finished 2011-12 ranked 7th in the nation in scoring offense (88.5 ppg) in D-III
Discover a great compliment to motion offense!
In a clinic setting, up-and-coming coach Aaron Aanonsen uses on-court demonstrations to teach his structured, 3-out 2-in Continuity Motion Offense that uses guard-to-post and post-to-guard screens to create mismatches inside and outside. This is the same offense Lakeland used in 2011 when it lead the Northern Athletic Conference in field goal percentage and assist to turnover ratio.
Coach Aanonsen provides you with three entries--a wing entry, post entry, and a 4-high entry--that will allow your players to start the offense by reading the defense. Curls, back screens, and hand-offs within the entries help to weaken wing pressure and allow your offense to dictate the flow. Each entry continues easily into the original motion pattern.
You'll learn the Point Check, Post Check, Strong, Stay, and Cutting Game counters, or "automatics," that easily alter the predictability of a basic continuity and allow the offense to take advantage of cheating or switching defenses. Coach Aanonsen adds five quick hitters to get various players open looks, and each play returns easily to the base offense.
To complete the offensive package, Coach Aanonsen introduces a comprehensive 4-low basket in-bounds series that includes eight plays. This allows you to adjust with quick variations that don't force you to vary your start point.
When players know where their shots are coming from, they can practice shooting from predetermined positions on the floor and build offensive confidence.
This offense is good for a coach who wants some structure and control, but not the predictability or the breakdown problems of running 100% set plays. This is a college level offense that can easily be used on the high school or middle school for any coach wanting to incorporate an offensive package that will introduce structure, reduce turnovers, and produce high percentage shots.
32 minutes. 2012.Basketball Videos