- Learn the keys of cutting and screening in the motion offense with Olympic Gold Medalist Steve Alford
- Instruction on cutting and screening, the staples of the motion offense
- Includes five essential breakdown drills that provide a path for you to build your own cutting and screening motion game
with Steve Alford,
Nevada Head Men's Basketball Coach;
former UCLA Head Coach;
former University of New Mexico Head Coach;
3x Mountain West Coach of the Year;
4x MVC regular season champion;
2x Big Ten Tournament Champion;
4x Sweet Sixteen coach;
as a player, was 2x 1st team NCAA All-American, 1987 NCAA Champion (at Indiana for Bob Knight), an NBA guard, and was a part of the1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games Gold Medal USA Basketball team
The keys to Steve Alford's success have come directly from his knowledge and insight as an All-American at Indiana and successful head coach. Benefits of motion offense are shot quality, low turnovers, learning how to play the game, distorting the defense and getting to the free throw line. You will learn how to build your motion offense from the ground level using 2-0, 2-1, 2-2, 3-3, 5-0 and 5-5 progressions. Alford focuses his instruction on cutting and screening, the two staples of motion effectiveness. The unique concepts of wheeling and re-screening add to the value of Alford's instruction. Alford shares five essential breakdown drills that provide a path for you to build your own cutting and screening motion game. Not only will your shot selection improve, but you will force opponents into fouls on a consistent basis. Easy baskets, open shots and free throw attempts will result by applying these motion drills.
71 minutes. 2009.
Produced at the Fall 2008 Fresno ClinicBasketball Videos