Come on - join today. Lason has coached at every level of basketball from elementary school to the professional ranks, and is the creator of many instructional basketball videos. He is a great student of the game with an expert understanding of Xs and Os, and maintains contact with coaches from around the world. It can be used against both man-to-man and zone defenses. It is a patterned offense with continuity, but has many options and entries.

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We highly recommend this DVD to coaches at any level. Just a few reasons you would want to use this offense include: It gives you great spacing. You can use it with any talent level.

There is constant movement. You can score lots of points with it. It can be used as a primary, secondary, or delay of game offense. Who is Lason Perkins? Having coached at every level of basketball from elementary school to the professional ranks, Coach Perkins is renowned for his creative schemes and grasp of Xs and Os, which have in constant contact with coaches from around the world looking to utilize his insight and teachings.

Coach Perkins resides in Cary, North Carolina. What some of the best coaches in the world have to say about Coach Perkins "Any time I see that Lason Perkins has come out with something regarding basketball offense, I want to get a good look at it. He is a true student of the game and has a gift for teaching offense and keeping it simple for coaches and players.

Retired in at Northern State University. His DVDs should be part of your coaching library. If you are a teacher of basketball, you have to get your hands on his books and DVDs.

You will not be disappointed. What is the Open Post Motion Offense? The Open Post Offense is a "type" of motion offense that Lason Perkins has developed and had great success with over the years.

Coach Perkins developed specific motion offense "rules" that make this offense unique and make it very flexible for coaches at any level. As implied by the title, the offense utilizes an open post spread alignment. This makes the offense easy to teach and also makes it very flexible. You can use this offense whether if you have all guards or you have several good post players.

The offense is based on spreading out the defense and lots of movement. He goes over the simple motion offense rules that give you organized movement, good passing, and lots of points. Fundamental rules On-court explanation with Coach Perkins Chapter 3 - Points of Emphasis Coach Perkins explains 7 important concepts that you need to emphasize so you can maximize scoring opportunities and make this offense effective.

Catch and face the basket Be ready on the weak side Reasons to use the dribble Ball reversal.


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