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Junk Defenses, Zone Offense, Triangle & 2, Box & 1

Yes, Zone Offense Works vs Junk Defenses – Here’s How

Yes, Zone Offense Works vs Junk Defenses – Here’s How

Several examples of zone offenses that will provide success against junk defenses, such as a Box & 1 or Triangle & 2. When looking at attacking junk defenses, there are a few questions coaches should ask themselves: Do you run normal offense versus junk defenses? Will you use quick hitters, continuities, or special offenses versus junk

Five Possessions: Oregon Ducks Zone Concepts

#FivePossessions – Five curated possessions from the Oregon Ducks where they demonstrate valuable Zone Offense concepts. (Note: In this new series entitled #FivePossessions, we’ll take a look at five possessions featuring a team or player and dive into a particular topic. First up, Zone Offense from Oregon Ducks Women’s Basketball.) The Oregon Ducks have one

double low vs 3-2 or 1-3-1 zone

Here’s Why Double Low Alignment is an Effective Zone Offense

Unlock scoring opportunities with double low alignment – placing both post players on the low block with a focus on screening and slipping. Hopefully by now, you’re aware that I’ve been writing about offensive concepts this off season, including zone offense tips and 1-4 sets to score. This post will dive into how to break down odd front zones

Rory Hamilton - Zone Offense

Zone Offense Philosophy + 8 Attacking Principles!

A comprehensive checklist on zone offense to go through before the coming season, including 8 principles of attacking zone defenses. At the time of writing, it is the end of July – meaning basketball season will be here before we know it. As all of us coaches know, summer is the perfect time for professional development. Every year I

Zone Offense: Alignment

Alignment may be the key piece of zone offense. Here’s some tips for picking the right alignment versus various zone defenses.  When attacking zone defenses, the first step is to settle upon an offensive alignment. And starting from a good alignment may be all the “offense” you need versus a zone.  The traditional zone alignments

Spread Ball Screen vs. 2-3 Zone

Using Spread Ball Screen versus 2-3 Zone can provide carryover from your man-to-man offense to your zone offense.  Many coaches have a high desire to use the same or similar offenses versus man-to-man and zone defense. By using spread ball screen concepts versus a 2-3 Zone you may accomplish this. This allows your transition offense

Year in Review: The Top 10 Playbooks of 2018

We gave the people what they wanted in 2018, and they wanted playbooks. Grab our best ones here – if you haven’t already. Continuing with our end of the year review that began with the Top 25 Plays of 2018, we now present the top 10 playbooks of the year. We’ve produced a lot of

The Year of the PlayBank: The Top 25 Plays of 2018

Check out the top 25 most downloaded plays and top 10 playbooks from the FMS PlayBank in 2018. The last 12 months have delivered some truly phenomenal basketball. From the March Madness, to the NBA and WNBA Playoffs, FIBA EuroCup and World Cup Qualifying, the EuroLeague season, Basketball Champions League, NCAA preseason tournaments like the Maui

NCAA Preseason Top 25 XsOs – Honorable Mention Teams

College basketball is almost here, and we’re tipping it off with a series of top plays from the Top 25 teams. The 2019 Preseason AP Top 25 poll was recently released. Of course we had to round up TeamFastModel contributors to submit top plays from each team in the rankings, all to share with you. Enjoy,

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