This list has been compiled by Championship Productions Basketball Coaching Education Director, Thom McDonald!
Coach Dixon demonstrates some great breakdown drills that you can utilize in your 4-Out 1-In motion offense. His techniques will help isolate and take advantage of other teams’ defensive weaknesses.
Coach Chambers provides you with all of his whole part teaching for implementing the 4-Out 1-In motion offense. He starts from point guard and perimeter drills to build the offense right in front of your eyes. This offense will put your players in a position where they’ll never stop moving, and will challenge the defense to stay in a stance to have any opportunity for weak-side help.
Coach Grantz demonstrates all of the breakdown drills and skills that your team will need to master to run this offense successfully. You’re going to learn the five phases of implementation: breakdown drills, pass and cut, post entry, baseline drive, and backdoor. You will have a complete understanding of this offense after watching this video.
Great videos! Coach Grantz has utilized some of the unique characteristics of the 4-Out 1-In and the dribble drive. This offense will put your players in the best situation to be successful, and be a scoring threat. The rhythm and flow of the offense will definitely raise your shooting percentage.
Coach Few demonstrates great spacing and keys to reading the defense. He also demonstrates six different sets that will allow you different looks for your players. He emphasizes a number of different screens that you can utilize to create scoring opportunities for your team. With these sets and plays, your players will have a greater opportunity for an open floor and the ability to gain space on the offensive end.
This offense has been so successful for Coach Grantz that he shows you the transition offense to take advantage of your opponent. Maybe the most important part is that since this offense is so hard to stop, teams will play zone against you. Coach Grantz will then show you his zone offense so that your team will be ready for anything.
This is one of the best videos for a beginning coach. Coach Coale demonstrates this offense with youth players and a college team. Her ability to break down an offense for the purpose of teaching is second to none. She also outlines and demonstrates the motion offense and how it will allow you to keep a post player near the basket. It will also incorporate spacing, cutting, and screening while spreading the floor to create dribble penetration as well as scoring opportunities.
If you run the 4-Out 1-In, this is a video you need to get. This video will help you gain a better understanding of all the guard and forward drills and shooting drills that will help your players gain an understanding of their position on the floor, as well as the rest of their teammates. It will put them in a position to score! This video will help maximize your time in practice and on the court, as well as to execute the efficiency of a great offense such as the 4-Out 1-In
This is unique video that will enable you to go back and forth between a 3-guard and a 4-guard set. This offense will definitely keep your opponent off-balance. Coach Giannini uses whiteboard to diagram everything out and also demonstrates everything on the court with the team. He offers set plays and double-low situations that you can use against any defense. He combines versions of the 4-Out 1-In and the Dribble-Drive offense to create scoring opportunities off the dribble and hitting the open man on the perimeter.
This 4-Out 1-In Motion Offense is easy to install and hard to defend. The priorities of this offense are spacing, screening, driving opportunities, and post isolation. Coach Dixon demonstrates numerous cuts such as re-screening/fade, basket-cut, curl/screen, and back-cuts. All of these counters will put your team in position for easy scoring opportunities. Lastly, Coach Dixon covers numerous options off the post-feed.
University of Virginia Head Coach, Steve Garland, illustrates a “Re-Shot Position Drill” he has used to develop championship wrestlers. This Re-Shot Drill is a good way to teach your wrestlers how to react to an opponent’s attack while working with a teammate and also getting heart rates up.
Whenever an opponent gets his head down the opportunity to score is there and with Coach Garland’s Re-Shot Drill your wrestlers will be able to capitalize on their opponent’s mistakes and put two more points on the board.