Installing the Dribble Drive Motion Offense
- Build an attacking offense that will create shots at the rim or wide open 3-point shots
- Learn drills and procedures to install the Dribble Drive System logically and strategically so that players understand the purpose and flow
- Get counters to the basic movements and make your offense almost impossible to scout
- Understand how to adjust the system to deal with defensive adjustments
with Andrew Grantz and Trae Cunnigham,
Indiana University Southeast Assistant Coaches;
100+ Wins over the last five seasons including five consecutive conference titles, ranked 4th in the nation in NAIA Division II scoring offense, 5th in the nation in field goal percentage at 49.5%
Learn America's favorite offense! The Dribble Drive Motion Offense has taken the country by storm with its success at all levels. Learn the key concepts and essential terminology associated with this high paced, attacking offense - including the breakdown drills for each part of the offense that will allow your players to quickly learn the offense and get valuable skill development in, as well.
Indiana University Southeast has enjoyed much success since installing the dribble drive motion offense. The have become one of the top scoring teams in the country at the NAIA level. In the 2011-12 season they averaged 49.5% field goal percentage in the dribble drive motion offense. See how the coaching staff breaks down the system and how they teach their players to play within the offense.
Assistant coaches Andrew Grantz and Trae Cunningham take turns breaking down the offense and teaching the essentials so that any coach can easily install this player friendly attack. They demonstrate how to properly use NBA spacing to take full advantage of their "attack hard to the rim" mentality. The coaches break down the zones where the attacks begin and discuss how the players work into these areas and then quickly pass out of these areas.
Watch as the coaches diagram how to implement their dribble drive offense into your practice session. They demonstrate how to start out teaching your players the basic elements of the kick up/kick back movements of the offense. They use several build up drills to teach their players how the action and drives are supposed to look. By moving their players to different spots on the floor, they are able to demonstrate the kick out.
By the time you are at your fifth or sixth day, you have added all five offensive players into the mix and demonstrated how they are to move depending on where the drive comes from. With each day, they progress their offense a little more. This action is fantastic for high school coaches that are limited in the amount of time to implement an offensive system.
The coaches also run through a number of breakdown drills that emphasize their attack, attack, attack mentality on offense. Break out your guards and post players to maximize the time needed to teach the basic skills a player needs to thrive within the dribble drive motion offense.
Their warm-up drills are great for players to get loose, get a lot of shots up, and understand how the drives are supposed to develop. Their post player drill is great for any post that wants to dominate at his position by keeping the ball high and relocating once a guard drives to the rim. All of these drills simulate game action and truly make a good use of your practice time.
This comprehensive DVD includes quick game clips that demonstrate how each piece works and will truly make a believer out of any skeptic.
Bring this aggressive and fun attacking offense to your gym and see the amazing results both on the court and with your players. This is really a player friendly offense that constantly keeps your opponents on their heels.
100 minutes. 2012.