Basketball motion offense works the best when you have high IQ players that understand where they are supposed to be on the floor and how to score/set teammates up out of the offense. This basketball play is all about continual cutting and screening until the defense breaks down and lets up a scoring opportunity for the offense. The harder that the players cut and screen for each other, the more possibilities there will be to score.
Play Name: Providence Friars: Twirl Action Motion Offense (11-12)
Similar Plays: Pitt Panthers: Back Screen/Down Screen Motion Offense (11-12), Pitt Panthers: Motion Offense (11-12), Seffner Christian: Back Screen/Down Screen Basketball Play
Play Goal: Keep cutting and moving until the defense breaks down and there is an open shot.
Play Tips: Cut hard and look for the ball as you do. Move the ball and set good screens.