Motion offense zone basketball plays, if run the right way, can really exploit a zone defense and make it ineffective. This will only happen, though, if there is constant ball movement and player movement. Zone defense in basketball is all about communicating and covering for each other, so if you can get the defense to have a breakdown in communication or in coverage, you will get a good look at the basket.
The better that your players can understand how the zone motion offense works, the better they will be at executing it. Don’t let them be robots that don’t understand what to look for in the offense. Explain to them why they are cutting, moving the ball, etc. All of these basketball plays will come with a video breaking down the play, instructions on what to look for when running it, and tips to executing the play the correct way.
There are a few keys to executing zone motion offense the correct way and being successful at it. The first key that you need to emphasize as a basketball coach is that every cut matters. When your players cut through the zone, they need to cut hard and be a threat to score the basketball. This will make the defense have to shift every time there is a cut.
Also, your players need to stay spaced because there will be no room to pass the ball or make cuts through the zone without spacing. You never want to allow one zone defender to be able to guard two offensive players.
This 2-3 zone motion offense is going to keep the two post players on the blocks and free throw line, and then let the wings cut through the zone.
This 2-3 zone motion basketball play is going to keep the ball moving and player movement by having a player continuously run the baseline.
This motion offense is going to be run against a 2-3 zone and is going to promote good player and ball movement.
This zone motion offense is great because it has specific cuts and movements built into the offense to help the players out on where they should be cutting or spacing too.
This zone motion offense is going to be used against a 2-3 zone and is going to promote player and ball movement through the zone.
This zone motion offense is going to help promote ball movement, player movement, and open up gaps to drive and kick.
This zone basketball motion offense is going to allow you to keep continual movement through the zone and the best way to beat a zone is ball/player movement