Coach Monson feels that spreading the floor with shooters and using the 3-point line is important for his team's success. The Flex/Dive Offense is a motion-patterned offense that spreads the floor to take advantage of the defense. The Flex/Dive Offense provides structure and security for players in the half court and builds a great feel for time and score. The Flex/Dive Offense is similar to the Flex, but is less predictable. Flex cutting principles are present, but an open side and double screening action make the Flex/Dive Offense unique. The Flex/Dive Offense offers a balance between 3-point shots and "thrusts to the basket." A set play, Crackdown, is a good entry into the Flex/Dive Offense. A key is the corner pop out and wing dive. The circle drill, 4-on-4 to 3-on-3, 4-on-4 on a block and the back door drill are excellent for developing this offense. Monson concludes with three set plays for late game situations. Monson's philosophy, teaching points, entries, and drills for the Flex/Dive Offense provide a complete look at this exciting offense.
67 minutes. 2006.
forgot to add my review stars
Interesting offensive concepts in this offense however probably too much for high school players to run really well two different cuts in the same offense and you need to have a very select type of personal to make it work
3 Ratings were entered with no review.
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