Coach Keady gives you an insider's look at "one of the most feared motion offenses in college basketball today"! Keady presents a detailed overview of the fundamentals and techniques involved in an effective motion offense. Using on-the-court player demonstration (at one of the best demonstration clinics in the US) Keady shows how this offense increases scoring potential. Topics include: warm-up drills, low post play, motion shooting, rebounding, transition basics, 5-on-0 transition motion, secondary breaks, 5-on-5 transition motion, two-man dribble spacing, three-man post-split, chute, driving/dribbling, passing, and cutting. Keady also provides a step-by-step overview of game-tested primary and secondary breaks that coaches can use to improve their transition game. Keady provides you with each player's responsibility within the transition offense, motion versus man-to-man and zone, set plays, and drills.
52 minutes. 2005.
Disappointing. Got a little bit of info off of it, but like the previous person, he seemed very ill prepared to present. Very disappointing though.
Coach Keady didn't seem very well prepared in this video. The information wasn't anything ground breaking. He seemed to jump around from idea to idea.
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