Coach Huggins breaks down his offense using on-court players to demonstrate each part of the motion. In addition, Huggins reveals key principles to running the open post motion offense, including cutting to the basket, screening away from the ball, and moving to the ball, as well as drills outlining each principle. During individual drills, Huggins identifies important spots on the floor where good shots can occur. Several two and three player drills are demonstrated to reinforce motion principles. Coach Huggins also gives a detailed demonstration on cutting, screening, and moving to the ball. Huggins does a fantastic job of demonstrating and teaching every player's responsibilities and options to put them in position to become an offensive threat. As an added bonus, Huggins discusses rebounding responsibilities and strategies to run a successful open post motion offense. Huggins discusses the ability to implement other offenses into the open post motion offense, including the flex, shuffle cut, and UCLA high post offenses. This is a great offense for any level of play and a great equalizer of talent!
66 minutes. 2004.
Good foundation for the offense, but I was really hoping the video would go into much more detail. If you have the book from Huggins and need a visual the video will help. Otherwise just stick with the Huggins book on 5 out...much more information there.
Very simple to teach. Good ideas to add to a five out offense. We added the flex screen to our five out. We have our players post up on the pass from the corner to the wing.
good, simple, effective and well taught by huggins. Actually wish Huggins would go further into detail with the open post motion in this dvd.
Excellent for teaching fundamental cuts and getting kids to start understanding how to read a defense. I really like the things you can do in the open post. The book is awesome.
Some really good info and ideas. Not complicated and a lot of movement.
This is another very good DVD on the open post. The only reason I wouldn't give it a 5 is I would have liked to have seen him talk about the side post curl option Huggins talks about in his book. I do realize time restraints may have prevented this. Huggins says you can utilize excellent post players in this offense and uses Kenyon Martin, whom he coached at Cincinatti, as an option.
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