Georgia Tech Head Coach Paul Hewitt has discovered a style of basketball that has led his teams to scoring averages of more than 80 points a game and a trip to the 2004 NCAA Championship game. Finally, Hewitt gives you a first hand look at his explosive transition game and how it flows into the 4-out 1-in motion offense. "Run to score!" is the first point Hewitt makes as he demonstrates the lanes and spacing of each player. He lets you in on all of his essentials and secrets for beating the defense down court and creating easy baskets. To compliment his transition offense, Hewitt demonstrates three unique drills that work on the shots you will get out of transition, running the proper lanes and spacing. These drills are also great for conditioning and getting your team into the habit of running the floor every possession. If nothing comes from transition, the players are already in position to run Hewitt's "high octane" 4-out 1-in motion offense. To show how to run his offense, Hewitt starts building it from 3-on-0 showing: how to screen, cut and dribble handoff to create easy scoring opportunities. To implant continuity and floor balance, he offers a 3 on 0 drill that requires three passes to create a shot. He also demonstrates an effective 3-on-3 drill that demonstrates to players that a good screen will open up good shots. This is a fantastic offense that teaches your player's to do all the work before they get the ball!
82 minutes. 2005.
Coach Hewitt shows several drills for transition offense. Their isn't anything detailing transition into the motion offense. He does a great job of explaining his philosophy and why they do what they do.
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