Learn how to breakdown the 2-3 zone, 2-3 match-up zone, 1-3-1 zone, and the 1-2-2 zone with multiple looks
Discover the importance of attacking any zone defense from behind
Maximize your Motion Offense with 10 key concepts to defeat man-to-man defense
with Bob Hurley, St. Anthony's High School (NJ) Basketball Coach; 2010 Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee; 25x State Parochial Championships 3x USA Today National Championships (1989, 1996, 2008); 2x National Coach of the Year by USA Today (1989, 1996)
Legendary coach Bob Hurley presents an on-the-court clinic presentation that details both his highly successful Zone Offense and Motion Offense philosophies with various sets and quick hitters.
Zone Offense Philosophy Force your opponent to guard you from sideline to sideline. Hurley reveals why it is important to dribble more against zone defense than it is to dribble against man-to-man defense. See how to effectively attack zones from behind to give your team easy lay-ups.
Defeating any Zone Defense Hurley demonstrates five different offensive sets for attacking any zone defense you may face. He explains how to attack the weak side of a zone to create a simple 2-1 advantage with a ball reversal.
Motion Offense Philosophy Hurley delivers 10 concepts that make his Motion Offense so successful, including: Fitting motion to your team, "tempo-ing" the game, and moving with a purpose while reading your teammates. He also provides you with an inbounds play he has used for 35 years that is so good he had to run it out of a regular set. Learn audibles and numbered cuts that you can use to keep your offense free-flowing.
Hurley shares two drills he uses to help build your own motion offense. The 11 Pass Drill and the Overplay Drill are based upon the offense making clean passes and using screens to get open as no dribbling is allowed
These are the same offenses that Bob Hurley has used to win three USA Today National Championships. Order now and use Coach Hurley's instruction to add a new wrinkle to your Zone and Motion Offenses.
77 Minutes. 2011.
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