Matt Painter is from the Gene Keady 'coaching tree' and has rekindled the Motion offense in the Purdue program. The main motion is 41 and puts the post on the block as four players play around him. The beauty of this system is that all of your practice time is spent on man-to-man defense and motion offense. A good example of this is a competitive 4-on-4 no dribble drill. Without the dribble, the offense must use good set-ups and cuts to get open. One component of motion is post play. This motion incorporates a single low post and a four-man diving to the basket on all post catches. Painter teaches the four-man to cut hard and execute a post screen, a seal on the weak side. Painter teaches his motion as if the defense is switching. This guarantees that his team is always prepared to face any kind of defense. Screeners and cutters work together to get shooters open. The varieties of screens include the back screen, flare screen, down screen and post screen. On the floor, Painter puts players in situations to show the multiple options that are available with this motion offense.
73 minutes. 2008.
A lot of time is spent talking with little demonstration going on. While he does offer some good ideas, it would be helpful to see the whole picture with players working through the offense.
DVD was not thrilling! The only thing he does is lecture! DVD did not show the offense as a whole and how to implement it. He only showed examples and situations and not the offense... I think this DVD should be placed under the lecture series.
2 Ratings were entered with no review.
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