Four Out Motion is an excellent option for coaches looking to implement a conceptual style of offense that provides spacing for your post player and screening actions for the perimeter players.
I have always been a proponent of employing an offensive approach that emphasized the strengths of our team. In the early years of my coaching career, I would typically accomplish this by establishing our spacing and adding a number of set plays that were designed to create advantages for our best players. This set-play-heavy approach was one that I found some success with but was ultimately a strategy I found myself increasingly tired of. This approach forced me to spend excessive amounts of practice time on choreographed movements and during games, we were heavily reliant on me making play calls.
Slowly I found myself gravitating towa