Diagram 2-1-2 (1) Slides by the defense are numbered as the ball is passed. An arrow without a number indicates the initial adjustments of the defensive players X1, X2, X3, X4 and X5. Numbered arrows 1, 2, and 3 are the slides they make with each pass of the ball. Movements of the offensive players are also designated with unnumbered arrows.
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penetration. Player 1 hustles over to the wing to guard the ball. Player 2 slides in front of the high post. Player 5 slides over a couple steps at first to cover the player on the low block. The transition to the next diagram should only take a split second. As soon as Player 1 recovers to guard the wing, he or she will push Player 4 down. Player 4 will slide down to
Instructions. This the original set on the 2-3 zone. The top two players will pinch towards the middle to stop dribble penetration. Pass to the Wing: Player 4 comes up to stop the outside shot and dribble penetration. Player 1 hustles over to the wing to guard the ball. Player 2 slides in front of the high post.
1. When the ball is on the wing, and you are not trapping the wing (diagram F), X1 should slide down and deny the pass to the high post. 2. When the ball is on the wing, and you are trapping the wing (diagram G), then the opposite wing must defend the high post. 3.
The 2-1-2 zone defense is popular in basketball, particularly in youth basketball. In this defense, the players set up in the shape of a X, with two players up top, one in the middle, and two on ...
Set up the 2-2-1 zone press like this (see Diagram A). Have two players set at both ends of the free throw line. Two other defenders should be positioned just inside the half-court line, and the fifth player plays "prevent". The inbounds pass is not contested or guarded. Do not allow a pass in the middle of the floor.
2-1-2 Match-up Zone. Refer to Diagram A. Here your 2-1-2 match-up faces a 1-3-1 offense. You see in the diagram how your defensive players match up with the offense. X1 takes the point (O1), and X2 gets the right wing player (O2), while X3 comes out to pick up the left wing (O3) Refer to Diagram B. The 2-1-2 match-up zone faces a 3-out, 2-in offensive set.
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3-2 (1-2-2) Zone Rotations. 3-2 (1-2-2) zones are commonly used to defend teams with good outside shooting and/or weaker post players. You can also use it as a trapping defense. Youth Coaches: Even though, you CAN win more games, AVOID playing any type of zone defense, because it can teach bad habits and hinder the long-term development of your ...