Dribble Drive Motion Offense: How to attack sagging man and zone defenseby Scott Peterman
I just released my newest playbook which is 82 pages long. It is Dribble Drive Motion Offense: “How to Attack Sagging man and Zone defenses with DDM”. I spent the last month and a half breaking down 75 basketball games from Memphis Tigers led by Coach John Calipari, UMASS led by Derek Kellogg / Vance Walberg, and Marist College led by Chucky Martin (Former John Calipari Assistant Coach at Memphis).
I get a lot of requests on how do you use DDM to attack sagging man defense and versus zone defenses that I decided to do a lot of research. I noticed that all the teams used what I call “entry sets” to get their team into Dribble Drive Motion Offense and to create triple gaps. UMASS ran a lot of open post dribble-drive motion offense, because of their personnel and it was the first year in the system. These are just some ideas on how to attack sagging man defense and zone defenses using a DDM set.
Table of Contents:
Sets versus Sagging Man Defense: 18 entry sets
Sets versus Zone Defense: 16 zone offense sets
Sets versus Pressure Defenses: 2 set plays
Sets versus Junk Defenses: 2 set plays
Favorite Sets for DDM teams: 12 set plays
DDM Set Plays versus odd or even zones: 9 set plays
DDM Concepts: 11 Plays
I think that if you run dribble drive motion offense or have someone in your league that runs it. You will be able to gain more insight into ways to incorporate DDM concepts into your offense. Your dribble-drive motion offense will run smoothly against sagging man defense and zone defenses with these set plays to get you into DDM.
Men's Basketball Coach Scott Peterman has coached at the NCAA Division 2 (Southwestern Oklahoma State University), NAIA (USAO), and JUCO Levels (Blinn College and Carl Albert State College) as well as high school. Coach Peterman just felt that fellow coaches, especially young coaches, need to constantly work on their “game,” just like the basketball players that we coach. We as coaches need to improve ourselves.