Coach Tim Grosz is the associate director of athletics and head men’s basketball coach at Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minnesota. Under Coach Grosz, Northwestern has made the past three D3 national tournaments which also correlates to their first 3 years of eligibility. First all-time at Northwestern for career wins (213) and carrer winning percentage (.653), Coach Grosz's teams have also won 9 UMAC titles in his 12 seasons as head coach.
Coach Grosz shares his principles of motion offense that will give you an understanding why motion offense is so effective and how it can help you win games, regardless of talent and ability.
You will learn from Coach Grosz his reasons why to run a motion offense and the keys to teaching it. Coach also goes into detail on 20 principles and keys to building a more effective and efficient motion offense.
His presentation ends with some on-court drills to build motion offense as well as several skill development drills with players that will help develop the skillset required to playing motion offense.