Last Saturday I got to see the Beilein system courtside at the Richmond at Bucknell game. This is the first time I've seen it run down low instead of up high or on TV. This offense is every bit as beautiful to watch when it's running as the spread in football.
Nobody was standing around. Every player on offense was either cutting, screening, or had the ball. It created chaos and missed assignments on D and the only thing that kept Bucknell in the game was bad shooting by Richmond.
My son's JH team tries to run a simplified version of it, but at that age there is probably only 3 players out of 5 on the floor that understand what to do. Now that he saw it from that perspective, he's even more enamored with it as well.
Thursday we see the Zen Master himself run it to perfection over PSU.