This drill starts with our two post players O4 and O5 in a stack on the low block (diagram 1), with a coach or assistant on each wing. O5 cuts to the short corner, while O4 cuts to the ballside elbow. The coach could pass to either, but here the pass goes to the O5 in the short corner.
Cutting Drills. Motion Offense Drill: Teaching Effective Cuts and Movements At Beginning of Season. 1 on 1 Zipper Cut Drill. 5 Seconds to Get Open 1v1. 3 Drill Progressions to Get Open. Fill and Read The Defense. Screening Drills. Pick and Roll Drills. Competitive 1 on 1 Shooting Drill To Teach Curls & Fades. 3v3 Away Screens. 3v3 Back Screens. Ball Movement Drills
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The following drills help develop the necessary "habits" in rotating within the 2-3 zone defense, and closing out on the offense. On-Off Drill In diagram F, as the ball is skip-passed to the left wing, X3 must first close-out with high hands, and then retreat back inside once X1 gets to the ball.
Zone Offense. The two most important things to keep in mind when attacking any zone defense are spacing and ball movement. If you can force the defense to slide back and forth across the court, eventually you’ll be able to find a crack in their armor. But it doesn’t matter how fast you’re moving the ball if your players aren’t in the ...
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The 1-3-1 is the best formation to set up in offensively against a 2-3 zone. Traditionally, this will mean your point guard at the top, your shooting guard and small forward on the wings, one big on the free-throw line, and one big on the baseline.
At the youth basketball level a lot of zone defense is played because this keeps young players in spots versus having to teach man-to-man defense that younger players are typically not ready for yet. The ability of a team and coach to execute a zone offense is CRITICAL to the success of the overall team when facing a zone defense.
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