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The Blocker Mover offense was developed by Dick Bennett while at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay and then Washington State University. The Blocker/Mover offense later became more popularized recently by his son, head coach Tony Bennett while at the University of Virginia as they won a national championship primarily using the Blocker/Mover offense.
The Blocker/Mover offense is a motion offense that has extensive screening and cutting that has players reading and reacting to how the defense is playing them. Players have defined roles; some are "blockers," and some are "movers."
The Movers are primarily scorers. They play all over the court, from side to side and top to bottom. A mover looks for a "blocker" to get a screen, then uses the screen correctly, reads the defense and makes the right cut. The Blockers are smart team players who embrace their primary responsibility of setting good screens for movers. After screening, a blocker may set another screen, or in reading the defense, may shape up to the ball or slip the screen for a pass inside and a lay-up. You will learn all of the screener and mover concepts and details within our Blocker/Mover Playbook.
In this book, you get 361 pages full of in-depth break downs of the Blocker/Mover offense that has transformed the Virginia program into a national powerhouse. You’ll get 2 different continuity motion offenses that you can run complete with 11 different entry plays to help disguise your actions to the defense. We also provide you with over 40 quick hitters that you can run to counter against those common defensive adjustments.
Now, you can learn all of the ins and outs, complete with everything that you could ever need to excel at the Blocker/Mover offense.