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Bill Self's Motion Attack 2-Pack

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  • Bill Self's Motion Attack 2-Pack
  • Bill Self's Motion Attack 2-Pack
  • Play through the high-low action with your two bigs to implement a difficult action for your opponent to stop
  • Seal defenders in the low post for easy layup opportunities at the rim

The Combined 4 Out/1 In & 3 Out/2 In Motion Attack

with Bill Self,
University of Kansas Head Coach;
Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2017); 650+ Career Wins;
14x Big 12 Regular Season Champions (2005-2018),
2018 Big 12 Co-Coach of the Year - 6x Big 12 Coach of the Year;
2008 NCAA National Champions, 2012 NCAA Runner-Up,
2016 AP, USA Today, Bleacher Report's & NABC Coach of the Year;
2012 Naismith College Coach of the Year,
John R. Wooden Legends of Coaching Award (2013)

To dominate, the way Kansas has over the last decade, you must constantly find ways to stay ahead of the competition. Bill Self has figured out how to adapt with the changing trends in basketball to create an offensive system that spreads the floor with constant movement to attack the defense.

Through Coach Self's Fist and Four Game offenses, you will learn how to simultaneously play through the post and open up the court for your guards to attack. This offense gives your players the freedom to make plays, avoids having the ball stick and players standing around, and barrages your opponents with multiple pick & rolls in a single possession!

Coach Self uses a whiteboard and has his players demonstrate how to execute both of his offensive strategies. The key distinction is whether you want to play with two posts in the Fist offense or spread the floor around a single post player in the Four Game.

Fist

You'll learn how to initiate this offense through post feeds. This gives you the opportunity to run any set play you desire before flowing into Fist. Coach Self shows a consistent strategy for spacing the floor off of post feeds no matter where your players are in the possession.

The Kansas coaching staff places a major emphasis on the technique of the low post player sealing their defender with duck-ins. If defenders take away the initial post feed, you'll also see how to make them pay with your opposite big flashing for a high-low opportunity. Self explains how you can initiate pick & rolls on the two-side or single side for different looks.

Throughout the practice, Kansas players break down specific actions and then build up to live play to help you understand the actions within the ball screen continuity.

Four Game

This style of attack was developed for smaller teams that want to spread the floor and collapse the defense with constant drive and kicks. Four Game utilizes a series of dribble hand-offs, downhill drives, and ball screens to penetrate the paint. Learn how to space the floor when the ball goes into the post with an extra perimeter player. You'll see how the defense is flattened with ball reversals and corner ball screens. Additionally, on-court demonstration gives you a chance to see how the basic movements within this offense can continue from side to side as the ball is reversed.

Set Plays

Coach Self draws up two complementary set plays for this offense. The "Misdirection" play adds a lot of decoy actions to confuse the defense while you play out of multiple options with the pinch post. The "L Down" play sets defenses up to free up your big rolling off pick & rolls. Self also shows a tweak that you can make to this play for an open 3-point look when you need it.

This video gives you a detailed look at the two variations of ball screen offense that Bill Self uses at the University of Kansas to dominate opponents!

105 minutes. 2017.

Breakdown Drills for the 4 Out/1 In & 3 Out/2 In Motion Attack

with Bill Self,
University of Kansas Head Coach;
Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2017); 650+ Career Wins;
14x Big 12 Regular Season Champions (2005-2018),
2018 Big 12 Co-Coach of the Year - 6x Big 12 Coach of the Year;
2008 NCAA National Champions, 2012 NCAA Runner-Up,
2016 AP, USA Today, Bleacher Report's & NABC Coach of the Year;
2012 Naismith College Coach of the Year,
John R. Wooden Legends of Coaching Award (2013)

Watch the Kansas Jayhawks breakdown their Fist and Four-Game ball screen offenses through practice drills. Head coach Bill Self explains concepts on a whiteboard in addition to showing you everything he discusses live on the court.

These drills are split into position-specific workouts for your bigs and guards so you can maximize your teaching of the details to each players' skill set. You'll have a much better understanding of how to implement Kansas' 3-out and 4-out ball screen attacks with the 17 drills demonstrated in this video.

Breakdown Drills for Bigs

Watch as post players are led through eight drills that refine their skill set for operating in the low post, utilizing ball screens, and playing through high-lows. A critical component to post play is sealing the defender to receive the ball. Learn a drill specifically designed for teaching post players how to use the duck-in move to seal defenders high for lob passes and easy finishes. Self reinforces this action through a progression of drills that have posts build up the movements of their high-low passing game.

In the 2v1 drill, players practice different options on high post flashes. This develops into chasing into ball screens and playing out of multiple options created in their offense through the 2v2 and High-Low Passing drills. The Jump Hook Series is a great way to get your bigs a ton of repetitions on essential post moves such as the jump hook, up & under, and face up.

You'll also see three great shooting drills for extending the range of your bigs on high post flashes and pick & pops.

Breakdown Drills for Guards

Nine different drills will train your guards to get downhill and make plays in the Fist and Four-Game offense. Learn how to space the floor after post feeds with three or four perimeter players on the floor. See how to drill four different offensive strategies for using ball screens based on what the defense tries to stop you with. Additionally, make your players shoot in situations similar to what they will see in games through four different breakdown drills.

In the L-Cut drill, guards learn how to get open at the wings and make separation moves to free up their mid-range jump shot. Players will also refine their scoring off wide pin downs, learn to get past defenders with dribble moves in the open court, and practice making the next pass to open shooters on baseline drives.These drills from Coach Self will help you implement the Kansas ball screen offenses in addition to giving you strategies to improve your players' skills!

74 minutes. 2017.


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