How To Improve Motion Offense Decision Making - 3 Actions After The Pass

"I have been around some of the best teachers in the country and Coach Schuring is one of the best."

- Don Showalter - Eight-Time USA Basketball Gold Medalist, Director of Coach Development for USA Basketball Youth Division


This video will result in your team scoring more points and making better decisions within your motion offense.

During this video, Coach Tim Schuring teaches you...

  • 3 actions (or cuts) after the pass to improve scoring via better spacing and better ball movement.
  • How to execute each cut.
  • When to make each cut.



If the video player above doesn't work, here is a YouTube link.


This video clip is from Tim Schuring's Complete Offensive System -- Transition, Secondary Break, Motion, Quick Hitters, SLOBs, BLOBs, Press Breaker.



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Scott says:
4/5/2018 at 4:20:09 PM

Nice video.
I understand that not all reads/cuts are being mentioned, but one we see a lot at the youth level is making the pass and your defender stares down the pass all the way to the wing.
We teach our players that if you see the back of your defenders head to immediately cut to the rim.
Thanks for the awesome website and videos!

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noah says:
4/4/2018 at 10:32:12 AM

Hi Joe,

This is valuable information, as a player and as a sports coach. You show how passing that ball and moving through the paint, or setting a pick or screen can the difference between a poorly executed play and a well executed play

I appreciate the attention to fundamentals like this and would love to see more basic offensive plays such as this. Thank you

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Phillip says:
4/4/2018 at 8:42:41 AM

Hello Joe, I cant get the video to down load to watch it. If you could resend it that would be great. Thanks alot

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Joe Haefner says:
4/4/2018 at 9:07:04 AM

Here is a youtube link if the player above doesn't work: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm5SiElh84c

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