3 out 2 in motion offense notes

Basketball Coaching Clinic Notes | Mike Brey Notre Dame 3 out 2 in motion offense

Today’s basketball coaching clinic notes are on Mike Brey and his 3 out 2 in motion offense

These basketball notes go in depth on the 3 out 2 in motion offense that Mike Brey runs at the University of Notre Dame.  They also give you the options and notes that you need to implement this great youth teams offense.  Mike Brey talks about his basketball philosophy and how to make it work.

Mike Brey about his version of the 3 out 2 in motion offense

This offense is fundamental for all youth teams. Coach Brey presents here the way the Notre Dame implements it. With the ball on top the players are working in screening pairs. The two post players are working together with the perimeter players to get open. These screens can be a variety of different angles. Coach Brey encourages his players to get to different spots on the floor to receive screens. Once they get the ball to the entry (the full line extended) the perimeter players work together as the bigs do.

In these notes, coach Brey also discussess why he prefers the 3 out 2 in motion offense. He also presents his initial alignment, and the audibles the team utilizes during the play. But that’s not all. You will also find information on the drills they use both to teach the offense and for skill development.

Almost every aspect is covered in this set of notes. With the team succeeding three NCAA Tournament appearances including one Sweet Sixteen trip, a West Division title in the Big East and an average of 10 conference wins each year in the bruising Big East, we don’t need to say why this offense is a certain winner for youth teams.


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Basketball Coaching Clinic Notes | Mike Brey Notre Dame 3-out 2-in motion offense

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