Jim Boeheim's Complete Guide to the 2-3 Match-up Zone Defense
with Jim Boeheim,
Syracuse University Head Coach, 2003 NCAA Champions!
For the first time ever available on video, Jim Boeheim's Complete Guide to the 2-3 Match-up Zone Defense outlines the responsibilities, rotations, and reads for each player with marker board diagrams and then supported by on-court demonstration and game footage. The proper defensive slides are demonstrated against both odd and even front zone offenses. He then details key concepts such as scouting, trapping, communication, bump-down situations, controlling penetration, defending baseline running, protecting the 3-point line, releasing cutters, protecting the high post area, rebounding, and transition defense back in to the 2-3 match-up. This defense is perfect for changing the tempo of a game, creating turnovers, or simply accompanying a basic man to man. 57 minutes. 2003.
Jim Boeheim's Complete Guide to Zone Offense
with Jim Boeheim,
Head Coach, Syracuse University, 2003 NCAA Champions!!
Coach Boeheim, one of the most respected minds on the zone and match-up zone defense, now shares on video, for the first time ever, his views on how to take advantage of any zone defense. Coach Boeheim's zone offensive principles are simple: ball movement, man movement, and patience. He uses each of these principles in teaching a zone offense which can be run against a 2-3, 3-2, 1-3-1, and match-up zone (odd or even fronts). He combines chalkboard instruction with on-court demonstration and game clips. In addition, he covers the techniques necessary to effectively attack any zone with these offenses that include strong ball movement, the skip passes, lob pass, when and how to attack gaps, short corner, screening, overloads, high/low action and isolation opportunities. Boeheim demonstrates both a continuity offense and effective quick hitters against man and zone. 38 minutes. 2003.
Outlines the responsibilities, rotations, and reads for each player
Zone offense: ball movement, man movement, and patience!
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