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They are the first team from outside of the state of North Carolina to do so. By using packline principles that were invented by his father Dick Bennett, Virginia head coach Tony Bennett has built a team that leads the nation in adjusted defensive efficiency. But Virginia did not make it to without a sound offensive philosophy to match their suffocating defense. Bennett again borrows from his father and uses the Mover-Blocker motion offense.
These are the concepts of this mode of the offense. In the video below note how the Cavaliers follow these offensive principles. The blockers set screens along the lane line as the movers cut and maintain top-side-side alignment. The movers demonstrate curls, out cuts and read the defense in the screening action. At times, Virginia allows one of their blockers to screen from midline to sideline on his side of the floor. In the lane-wide alignment of the Mover Blocker offense, there is one lane screener just as in lane-lane.
It is a good way to add spacing to the offense, utilize a skilled forward and add more variety to the screening options. Note how he utilizes the entire width of the court from midline to sideline on his side. Nolte has shooting range and better ball handling skills, therefore he is allowed greater freedom as the wide blocker.
There are more elements to the Virginia offense and we will be presenting those in up coming posts. Virginia certainly works on the skill and timing of these motion offense concepts everyday.
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They can set flare screens for a player cutting off the point, they can set pin screens for cutters exiting the lane. They can downscreen for movers. This is not a patterned offense! The actions diagrammed below are possible actions that exist within the framework of the offense.
Movers are given license to move and read the defense so long as they maintain top-side-side alignment. The following two tabs change content below. Bio Latest Posts. Randy Sherman. While a head basketball coach at the the interscholastic level, Sherman's teams won games in nine seasons. Latest posts by Randy Sherman see all. Share this: Tweet. Authors Randy Sherman. Tags featured , Motion Offense , popular , tony bennett , virginia cavaliers. Related posts. Anyone run this 4 out 1 in?
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Blocker Mover Offense, The Great Equalizer: The Basics of Blocker Mover
They are the first team from outside of the state of North Carolina to do so. By using packline principles that were invented by his father Dick Bennett, Virginia head coach Tony Bennett has built a team that leads the nation in adjusted defensive efficiency. But Virginia did not make it to without a sound offensive philosophy to match their suffocating defense. Bennett again borrows from his father and uses the Mover-Blocker motion offense. These are the concepts of this mode of the offense.
Virginia Cavaliers Mover-Blocker Offense
The Blocker Mover offense is gaining in popularity amongst college and high school programs across the country for several reasons. Blocker Mover is essentially a motion offense that provides an excellent structure within it, creates many structured free lance opportunities, which can be unstoppable for teams with superior talent. Next, it provides coaches an excellent system in which roles can be clearly defined and adapted based on the talent level of the team, as well as each individual player. Simply put, you can put each player in a position in which they can best be successful.
Blocker Mover Offense Manual - Full Explanation With Diagrams
The Blocker Mover Offense made its way to basketball courts when Dick Bennett developed and started using it for his offensive game plan with his teams at University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and again at Washington State University. Because of the success at Virginia, the Blocker Mover Offense has received a lot of attention. What is the Blocker Mover Offense? Essentially, Blockers are primarily screeners and Movers are cutters who are using Blockers to find weak spots in the defense.
Blocker Mover Offense
Currently 4. Add to Cart Available On. Add to Wish List. Bennett shows the whole offense first, then breaks down the parts later in the DVD.