Coach Dave Odom's 1-4 offense has been one of the consistent weapons in his successful tenure due to its ability to spread the defense, create back door opportunities, bring the defense up and out, has multiple entries and it gives you multiple opportunities to score (making it hard for your opponent to scout). The first option he demonstrates is Power, which begins with a dribble out to the right wing that signals all subsequent action. The preferred options are to feed the post first, and shoot off the down screen second. The next entry is called Post. This option is more about speed than screening and makes decision makers out of post players. The pinch-post becomes the point of good decision making. The hand off is created and is extremely hard to guard. The third option is the wing entry. This pass signals specific offensive action to follow. Odom concludes by adding some of his "special options" to the basic 1-4 movement. Odom preaches that good spacing will allow many scoring options. Timing is important so you can make the right play at the right time.
76 minutes. 2007.