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.
Zone Plays Against 2-3 Zones, 3-2 Zones, and 1-3-1 Zones. 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.
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You must have a zone offense (s) in your offensive arsenal to counteract zone defenses. We use two zone offenses, called "zone 1" and "zone 2". These are designed to be used against a zone with a two-guard defensive front ("zone 1"), and a zone with a one-guard defensive front ("zone 2").
Watch the video below to see Coach Tony Miller use FastDraw, the #1 play diagramming program for basketball coaches, to break down this set from the FC Barcelona as it competes in the 2021 EuroLeague Final Four. With its Zone Offense, Barça forces the defense to choose which option to take away – in this case, the defenders stayed with the bigs and 1 was able to penetrate the middle of the zone for a dunk as you see in the clip.
Never Too Late Basketball Camp’s ZONE OFFENSE PRIMER. Against any zone you want to do seven things: 1) line up in the gaps, that is, against a two person defensive front (2-3, 2-1-2) you should line up with someone top of the key, two players on the wings and two in the post; 2) perimeter players should look to dribble the ball into the gaps, between defenders.
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So, one of the ways to beat the zone is to reverse the ball and go behind the defense to go backdoor. A couple of things to note, - Spacing, you must have good spacing against the zone or the defense will be able to guard more players at the same time while still jumping to the ball.
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.