Today's aggressive man-to-man defensive systems are able to anticipate and take away many offensive options due to scouting and preparation. When your offense does break down, Coach Hinson's offensive relocation can help you recover and maintain effectiveness. One key of relocation is the ability to get the ball inside. Hinson introduces terms such as the box and the line of deployment as he coaches the post. Post relocation on a baseline drive is drift to the elbow. The opposite movement occurs on elbow penetration. Hinson divides the floor into four quadrants and gives each player a responsibility within his quadrant. On penetration, players are also given rules for their movements. The entire offense is illustrated by using five players on the floor in this clinic presentation. When the ball enters the post, this offense gives the post two outlets and a 45-degree angle option. This system allows for the entire team to be on the same page on offense at all times. The flexibility of this offense is that it can be run as a 4-out, 1-in or 3 out, 2 in alignment and for all baseline out of bounds plays!
55 minutes. 2007.
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