Basketball's 1-4 Motion Offenses for Men's and Women's by Harry L.Mike Harkins, etc.

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This tells (1) to dribble toward wing (3)'s side. Seeing this, (3) moves down to form a double screen with post (5). (2) loops around the double screen to receive a pass from (1) for a possible jump shot (see Diagram 5-26). Diagram 5-25: Wing clear Diagram 5-26: Double screen (3) then quickly crosses the lane and loops around (4) to the open guard spot. (4) moves out to the offside wing (see Diagram 5-27). When (2) is not open, (1) hesitates, then passes to (3). This keys the basic high-flex lob motion (see Diagram 5-28).

These plays may be run interchangeably. Play #1: The Inside Triangle Motion Variation No. 1 When a coach wants to keep two big players in the inside triangle, (1) passes to a wing (as to (2) in Diagram 4-1) and screens down for the offside post (5), who comes to the head of the key. (2) tries to get the ball inside as (4) posts up. The offside motion of (1) and (5) exchanging positions is an attempt to occupy the defensive help. When (2) cannot get the ball to (4) in the post, the pass is made to (5) at the point.

In Diagram 1-12, (1) passes to wing (2) and makes a zigzag-type outside cut. This tells the offside post (5) to cut to the ballside high-post area. (3) drifts out front to clear the offside area. Diagram 1-12: Outside cut Diagram 1-13: Lob cut Wing (2) returns the ball to (1), and cuts over (5) and to the offside layup area for a possible lob pass (see Diagram 1-13). If (2) is not open, (1) dribbles off (5)'s screen to penetrate the lane. (3) waits for (1) to dribble off (5)'s screen and screens down for (2) (see Diagram 1-14).

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