Dribble-Drive Offense MVHS Basketball 2012-2013 Keys to the Offense Spacing is important Create as many gaps as possible Create double gaps Attack the Defense AASAA Attack, Attack, Skip, Attack, Attack Fast break Anytime you can push ball up via pass, DO IT. What It Looks Like The differences… The 1 and 5 man The two Point Guards on the team. They think to drive first, shoot second The 2 and 3 man They look to shoot first, then drive second. The 4 Man The traditional “5 man”. The big post player. Will work around the key Will always setup on the 3 side block. The Zones Breakdown Zone Area between half court line and 3 PT arc. Where the 1&5 analyze the defense. Blue box on slide slide Drop Zone Boxes on each side of the FT line, extend up to 3 PT arc. 1&5 can run offensive sets in the Drop Zone Red area on next slide Rack Zone Below the block on each side. Ultimate place we want to be. Green area on next slide Drag Zone Between Drop and Rack Zone Orange area on the next slide The Zones Plays Within the Offense Several plays can be run within the offense. It’s important to be at practice to learn the offense. If you cant make it, there is a website that will have animated plays within the offense. http://teamonthree.com/mvhs Not much on site now, but will be ready soon.