Tony Shaver William & Mary Offense
Attached are two 4 Out Motion Offense plays from Coach Tony Shaver. Shaver is the head coach for the William & Mary Tribe. Shaver has coached at only two schools, William & Mary (2003 – present) and Hampden-Sydney (1986 – 2003). At Hampden-Sydney (NCAA Division III), Shaver compiled a 358-121 record and made it to the Division III NCAA Tournament 11 out of 17 seasons.
Tony Shaver William & Mary Tribe Offense – 4 Out Motion Offense Basic Movement
The 4 Out Motion Offense play starts with the point guard passing to 3 in the corner then cutting through to the opposite corner. 2 and 4 fill the spots on the perimeter, and 3 passes to 2. Once 2 has the ball, 5 cuts up from the elbow. 2 passes to 5, then cuts toward him looking for a hand-off. If the hand-off isn’t there, 2 angles out towards the corner and screen for 3. 3 reads his defender and either cuts up to the wing (Option 1) or cuts back-door (Option 2). If the ball ends up on the wing, 5 sets a wing ball-screen then rolls to the basket. The player at the basket runs up to the top of the key for a shot. If 3 doesn’t have a shot, he dribbles toward 4 and gives him a dribble hand-off. Once 4 has the ball, 5 sets a flare screen for 2. If the flare isn’t there, 4 looks back-door to 3 or passes to 1 on the wing. 4 then cuts off of a screen from 5, and 3 cuts up to the top of the key on the same screen. If neither are open, 5 and 3 set a staggered screen for 2 on the opposite wing.
Tony Shaver William & Mary Tribe Offense – 4 Out Motion Offnese – 4-Out Hi/Lo Action
In this 4 Out Motion Offense Hi/Lo play, 4 screens down for 5. 5 cuts up for a shot or gets the ball on a hand-off from 1. If 5 doesn’t have an open lane to the basket, he passes to 3 then screens down for 4. 4 cuts up to the elbow and looks for a shot. If the shot isn’t there he looks for the hi/lo pass to 5.