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License to Drive
As a fan of the college game who never played basketball at an advanced level, the diagrams and descriptions of the dribble-drive offense helped me better appreciate the movement that I see away from the ball. This article will make me a better spectator.
The dribble-drive motion offense is the same as the spread offense but within the confines of a shot clock. In the early '70s Dean Smith perfected his spread, the Four Corners, with Phil Ford at the point. The only change today is the emphasis on kicking the ball out for the three.
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