Coach Huggins' motion offense is based on cutting, reading the defense and back doors. He begins by using cones on the floor to illustrate the basic alignment of his motion offense. Huggins uses cutting drills and breakdown drills to teach the three major components of the offense: spreading, moving and isolating the offense. Huggins takes players through a five man cutting structure to put the offense together. When screeners call out screens, the cutter makes an intentional movement to get open. Demonstrated are on-ball and off-ball screening situations to give this offense spacing and variety, making it difficult to defend. Huggins provides everything you need to install this slashing offense.
74 minutes. 2008.
Good video quality, no junk footage. Opening anecdotes a bit long (13 min) but thereafter a full hour of instruction.
Shows 5-out spacing and explains defensive reads and types of cuts with fills. Adds curls, flex cuts etc.
We've found this system is simple and effective, especially with younger players as it teaches proper spacing, movement and does not limit players to one position.
Great Dvd and the system is easy to teach. Coach Huggins is a great coach.
Great video. The offense provides good moment and is easy for the kids to learn. I Coach High School Girls and they enjoy this system.
I really enjoyed this video. Breaks down the offense and shows different options you can use to create different players shots. Really like this offense. Would like to take parts of this video and mesh it with concepts of Jerry Petitgoue's Open Post Motion Offense. Both videos do a good job of breaking it down and showing multiple options.
Good introduction and spine for open post offense. Other reviews here are right on as well. If you are going to install the offense, it definitely gives you a background, and the simple L-cut is a great teaching point, starting point. If there was a 4.5, I'd probably give this video that, but definitely have to round it up.
Good Video. Teaches good concepts for cutting and replacing.
If you have his previous Open Post Motion or the Pettigue/Perkins version of the Open Post, you will not see much new. As an open post coach it did reaffirm my belief in the system, but didnt enlighten me. Overall a solid Huggins dvd. Had not heard the treadmill stories before. That was funny, but actually a clever idea for enforcing your points to players.
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