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Charles Huggins Open Post Offense Notes

Charles Huggins Open Post Offense Notes

Charles Huggins is the father of Bob Huggins.

The Charles Huggins Open Post Offense Notes are 23 pages of basketball coaching information showing how Coach Charles Huggins breaks down his offense. Coach Huggins will show key principles to running the open post motion offense, how to cut to the basket, screening away from the ball, and moving to the ball, as well as drills that will demostrate each principle. The individual drills will show you the important spots on the floor where good shots can occur. There are several two and three player drills that show and reinforce the motion principles.

The Charles Huggins Open Post Offense Notes will also show you his emphasis on cutting, screening, and moving to the ball. Coach Huggins does an outstanding job in teaching every player’s responsibilities and options to put them in position to become an offensive threat. He also talks about rebounding roles and strategies to running a successful open post motion offense. Coach Bob Huggins show a couple wrinkles where you can include other part’s of offenses in the open post motion offense like flex, shuffle cut, UCLA High Cut, and many more.

One of the main emphasis of the Charles Huggins Open Post Offense is based on cutting, reading the defense and back doors. Coach Huggins uses cutting drills and breakdown drills to teach the three major areas of the open post offense: spreading, moving, and isolating the offense. Coach Huggins makes his screeners call out screens, the cutter must make an intentional move to get open. The spacing and variety of the offense is what makes it difficult to defend.

I think that you will enjoy these 23 pages of basketball information on this slashing, cutting motion offense.

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Charles Huggins Open Post Offense Notes

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