This zone offense is very easy for them to understand, with very few rules. Low post rules: 1. Run the baseline and always be in ball-side short corner when ball is on the wing. 2. When the ball is at the high post, duck under the zone into the paint for the pass down low. 3. Offensive rebounding High post rules: 1.
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.
If you're coaching a youth basketball team, playing against a 2-3 zone can be incredibly difficult. Your players will often be forced to throw up long-distance shot attempts which have very little chance of going in the hoop. Until now... The 'Trilogy' 1-3-1 offense will allow your team to get the basketball into the gaps of the opposition's defense to create scoring opportunities close to the hoop.
The shell of our 3-2 zone offense is simple. Pass to wing the wing leads to a high low action from the players in the short corners. A ball reversal leads to a high low cut and flash action. What makes our zone offense effective is not those actions. The application and emphasis of our zone offensive concepts are they key to effective zone offense.
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.
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1. Set Up in a 1-3-1. 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.