Purpose: A drill to teach zone offense passing and movement skills that works on a variety of aspects such as feeding the high post, moving without the basketball, and catching at the ready to shoot. Drill: Two lines and a coach or passer needed for this drill. The coach stands at the elbow / free throw line area.
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This drills reinforces the idea of looking to the get the ball inside. Start with three players on offense and two on defense (diagram 10). O1 passes to O3 on the wing, X3 comes out to defend, while X5 sags toward O5. O3 passes back to O1 (diagram 11) and X5 sprints up. O1 looks for O5 cutting to the hoop (diagram 12).
3 Competitive Dribble Penetration Shooting / Team Offense Drills. String Spacing - Dribble At Wing. String Spacing - Dribble At Post. 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
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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 ...
1-3-1 Zone Defense. By Hoops U. The 1-3-1 Zone Defense is an excellent zone defensive system that can greatly confuse and disrupt opposing offenses. The strength of the 1-3-1 lies in taking away the perimeter shot, as well as being able to pressure and trap with some minor adjustments.
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.
Here are some team offense drills to help your team develop: 1 on 1 Competitive Reaction Drill. 2 Man Fastbreak. 2 on 1 Catchup. 3 on 2 Catchup. 3 on 2 Continuous Fastbreak. 3 on 3 on 3. 5 Man Fastbreak Drill into Flex. 5 Man Weave (Free Example Drill)
Zone Killers – High Post Offense Drills. When dealing with a motion offense, your players’ ability to read and react to the defense is vital to success. I went over a couple of motion. drills for your wing players a couple of days ago, and today I’m going to be showing you guys a couple like-minded drills – but for your post players.
Double - Great zone play that can be executed against a 2-3 zone, a 3-2 zone, and even a 1-3-1 zone defense. Overload - Very simple zone play that is effective against all zone defenses. Overload 2 - This is a variation of the Overload zone play to help you get more easy buckets. Pitt - This is a great zone play to use against 2-3 zone defenses. Jamie Dixon popularized this play to beat Syracuse's zone defense.