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Blocker-Mover Offense: Out of Bounds Plays, Set Plays, Reads and vs. Zone Offense

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Blocker-Mover Offense: Out of Bounds Plays, Set Plays, Reads and vs. Zone Offense

Blocker-Mover Offense: Out of Bounds Plays, Set Plays, Reads and vs. Zone Offense

Make opponents fear fighting through the numerous screens of the blocker-mover offense!

  • Adapt the blocker-mover structure to maximize the strengths of your roster
  • Use the blocker-mover against zones to avoid abandoning your core offensive scheme
  • Run set plays with blocker-mover concepts to complement the primary offense

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with Joe Kuhn,
Joliet Junior College Head Coach;
2016 NJCAA Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame inductee;
2015 Illinois Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame inductee;
2010 NJCAA National Championship

With simultaneous screening actions that incorporate every player on the court, the blocker-mover offense is team basketball at its finest. This highly adaptable style of attack can be tailored to fit the needs of any coach and any team.

Hall of Fame Coach Joe Kuhn shows you how you can structure the blocker-mover offense or allow for players to freelance. You will see how the system can work against man-to-man defenses as well as zones. Learn how to run your opponents through the barrage of screens that is the blocker-mover offense with the use of whiteboard diagrams, on-court demonstration, and game film.

Offensive Entries

Kuhn gives you three different entries into the offense for any team that frequently encounters pressure defenses. You will see how you can keep your opponent guessing with three different options for getting open at the wing using the pin screens featured in the main alignment. The "Detroit" alignment adds an extra screener to assist with extreme pressure that is giving your players trouble. You will also learn multiple options for spacing the floor when a dribble entry is needed to initiate the offense.

Alignment Options

This offensive system features two designated "blockers" that look to constantly screen for "movers" in their designated area. By adjusting the assignments for your blockers, you can change the spacing and screening options that are created in the offense.

The "Lane-Lane" alignment is a great option for teams with two post players or coaches that need to find a productive use for non-scorers. This strategy will create scoring opportunities off of flare screens, pin screens, and ball screens. The "Lane-Wide" and "Wide-Wide" alignments can provide additional spacing with blockers who have more perimeter skills. The "Top-Bottom" alignment is a great way to utilize a four-guard lineup and keep a post player close to the rim. With each of these adjustments, you can tailor the offense to fit the personnel you have.

Zone Offense

The rules of the offense can work perfectly to take down a zone defense. Coach Kuhn shows how you can use the "Top-Bottom" alignment to create a motion offense versus the zone. In addition to basic strategies within the blocker-mover offense, you will also see two additional concepts that can be used to defeat the zone. The "Step Out-Step In" action is a great way to create a quick ball reversal that pulls out defenders to free up a post feed in the short corner.

Transition & Set Plays

Learn a simple transition offense that flows directly into the screening actions of the blocker-mover. You will see how you can create early scoring opportunities with drive and kicks by your movers, feeding the post, or wide pin down screens being set by the trailing blocker.

Five set plays that perfectly complement the offense are also shown. These plays incorporate concepts from the main offense to create specific scoring opportunities. "Panther" can quickly create a 3-point shot or post opportunity. Coach Kuhn teaches how to add some additional action to your offense with hand-offs in your set plays. The "Vermont" sideline inbound play will free up a lob opportunity or get your best ball handler attacking downhill off of difficult to defend ball screen actions.

This video from Coach Kuhn shows exactly how you can mold this classic offense to become the perfect style of attack for your team!

88 minutes. 2019.

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