In this full court zone defense you will ha... 1-1-2-1 Basketball Full Court Zone Press Defense is a defense where you pressure your opponent on the full court.
The full-court pressure defense is a man-to-man full-court defense. Instead of using the phrase, "we are going to press this team", I tell my players "we are going to pressure this team." A full-court zone press often implies trapping, gambling. With the "pressure defense", we do not gamble or trap much.
This 1-2-2 zone press is an easy press to teach, and is a fairly safe press to run with some "back" coverage to prevent the lay-up. There are several variations of this press. With each of these variations, X1, X2 and X3 work together as a unit, while X4 and X5 work together as your "back" unit.
The 1-2-1-1 zone press pressures the inbounds passer, and attempts to trap the first pass receiver. You can call either " one fist " or " two fist " options from the bench to change your strategy a little, and confuse the opponent. With one-fist and two-fist, always try to deny a center inbounds pass ... force (allow) the pass to the corner.
This is a 3-2 zone press, great for setting good traps and quick points. The defensive players playing up high are very fast and great defenders the ball side player 4 is usually our safety and the 5 is a good pass stealer. 2. The ball is inbounded to the left side 1 and 2 will trap 3 will play the middle and 5 will come over also for more pressure in case the ball handler gets around 2 or for a steal on a pass.
2-2-1 Zone Press Full Court Basketball Defense - First I should say that most of the time I type Defence because I am Canadian and thats how we spell it (sam...
3-1-1 Full Court Basketball Zone Defense - This is a Full Court Press Basketball Defence. In this defence you will have 3 players up front, 1 player at mid c...
Each of them has their own strengths and weaknesses, but all of them can be run effectively by the right team. Here are 6 of the most common variations of the full-court zone: a. 2-2-1 Press. Involves two players across the free-throw line, two players near half-court, and one player down back as safety.