Depending on how the defense responds, the driving player can either shoot a lay-up, pass to the post player for a shot, or "kick-out" pass to one of the perimeter players.
However, the offense contains a lot of initial entry sets, which are used as starting-out points.
The sets serve as a way to get the defense different looks, a way to feature a certain player, or exploit a defensive weakness.
In 1997 Vance Walberg developed the offense, which he named the AASAA, meaning "Attack-Attack-Skip-Attack-Attack", while coaching at Clovis West High School in Fresno, California.
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".