Florida Gators – Motion Rub (Hi-Low)

Today’s play comes from the 2005-2006 Florida Gators. This is an oldie but a goodie, I love rub cuts that lead to post-ups. What I like even more about this play is the hi-low at the end of the play that resulted in Joakim Noah having a direct drive to the rim.


3 thoughts on “Florida Gators – Motion Rub (Hi-Low)

  1. As of late I’m seeing so many offenses termed as “motion” that appear to be set plays to me. Why do you define this as motion?

    1. The initial rub high-low is a quick strike in transition. If the play continued, it was actually called, “Motion” as it flowed into a continuity set.

      1. Thanks. I’ve been wondering about this shift in the definition of motion for a while now. Everyone cites the San Antonio Spurs as playing motion, but I don’t get it. To me what they do is run a sequential offense.

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