Most coaches will agree that the goal on offensive is to get the best shot possible for that possession. Also, it is understood that effective ball and player movement is the best way to go about reaching that goal. The question at hand: "How do we teach players the importance of ball and player movement?"
Here is an answer you probably didn't expect - "Don't let them do it."
I would look at continuing to build on the progressions by combing ball and player movement constraints in both half court and full court games. If we believe the following picture to be true, maybe we should start using that idea in coaching. Taking away the ability to pass and move on offense will lead players to appreciate how important both concepts are in creating the best shot possible.