Last night watching the last game of the Eastern Conference Finals, one of the announcers, mentioned how well the Pacers Roy Hibbert has done this year and that it had something to do with "the rotating triangle offense?" (the question mark and quotes are because I didn't dvr and I'm not sure I'm saying it right.)
Regardless this form of the triangle offense focused around the center was supposed be a reason that Hibbert has improved substantially in his four seasons, and one of the key reasons why the Pacers had made it the Eastern Conference Finals.
So it makes me wonder, does this make Brian Shaw even more desirable to the Pistons considering this offense could maximize Andre Drummond? Or could any coach who has a connection to Phil Jackson implement it?
And also could someone with much more x and o's acumen break down the basics of the triangle offense and where the center fits in?