You can dribble penetrate at any time in any offense. But that usually means the end of the offense. Elementary Reason : Receivers moving vs standing are harder to guard. Advanced Reason: Defensive help and rotation moves in the opposite direction as Circle Movement. Engineering Reason: What if the drive fails or what if the drive and pass fails to produce a scoring opportunity? That produced a problem: The empty spot from where penetration occurred was being filled by the next player due to the habit of Layer 1 and the spot behind the filler was being filled, etc.
Basketball Offense - Dribble-Drive Motion Offense
Dribble drive motion - Wikipedia
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Dribble drive motion
The dribble drive motion is an offensive strategy in basketball , developed by former Pepperdine head coach Vance Walberg during his time as a California high school coach and at Fresno City College. The offense was popularized at the major college level by John Calipari while at The University of Memphis, and was sometimes called the "Memphis Attack". The offense focuses on spreading the offensive players in the half court, so that helping on dribble penetration or skips becomes difficult for the defense, because the help will leave an offensive player open without any defenders near him. As an example a guard can drive through the defensive gaps for a layup or dunk, or pass out to the perimeter if the defense collapses onto him.
When you watch games at any level, you see the majority of offensive possessions start or end with guard penetration. How do we get layups, free throws, and threes? You must have great spacing. We all have heard that offense is predicated on spacing. If you have good spacing, this gives you an advantage on the offensive end.