Learn the motion offense system that Yale University Head Coach James Jones has developed over the last twenty years, built on proven principles
- Coach Jones is one of the most successful coaches in Ivy League history and he explains his very effective and reliable offensive system
- See drills that your whole team can use to master these plays and techniques, including the same ones that Coach Jones’s teams do every practice
- Use side to side motion, motion sets and more as you build a total gameplan that can give you more high percentage shots than ever
- Motion built on sharing the ball can get your whole team involved and leave defenses overloaded and slow to react
The A To Z Plan and Complete Program For Running A 4-Out 1-In Motion Offense, Containing A Breakdown Of The Principles Of The Motion Offense, Drills To Run In Practice, As Well As Game Footage. Run The Same Motion Offense As Yale's James Jones - One Of The Most Successful Coaches In Ivy League History!
What Will You Learn?
Get your team moving effectively and together with this motion offense system from Head Coach of Yale University James Jones - one of the best basketball coaches in Ivy League history. Coach Jones takes you through footage of his team in action, explaining every step of their 4-Out, 1-In system that makes them competitive against even the top programs in the country.
Teams of all levels can use this offensive blueprint to improve and find open shots (even against tough defenses).
Coach Jones breaks down every aspect of this system, showing you the starting offense and the regular side to side motion that creates options for your team. Start using motion sets and that you can see work as Coach Jones narrates his players showing their offense in action.
Use some of the same drills that Coach Jones’s teams use everyday to build the best habits for rapid skill development, including motion shooting, 5 on 0 motion offense, and more. With reliable offense like the king series and double high series, you can build a team that shares the ball more and uses motion better to score more than ever.