DVD-of-the-WEEK: “The ULTIMATE LIBRARY of ZONE OFFENSES: The LOOP ZONE OFFENSE: VOL. 18”

Click Here To Order The Ultimate Library of Zone Offenses– Vol. 18—The “LOOP” Continuity Zone Offense provides coaches with an overview of a viable way to develop a structured and free-flowing attack that can be successfully employed against any type of zone defense. Among the topics addressed in the DVD are defensive transition and offensive rebounding responsibilities, spot-up positions, the application of several zone offensive concepts, and advantages of this…

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Book-of-the-Month: “The MULTIPLE MATCH-UP ZONE DEFENSE”

  “The Basketball Coaches’ Complete Guide to   THE   MULTIPLE   MATCHUP   ZONE   DEFENSE” By Coach  John  Kimble TABLE OF  CONTENTS Acknowledgements . .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Page  2 Preface and Introduction . .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Page  6 Ch. 1:  Advantages of the “The Multiple Matchup Zone Defense” . . . . . .  Page  8 Ch. 2:  Specific Defensive Alignments, General Placement…

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Article-of-the-Month: “PHILOSOPHY on TRANSITION DRILLS”

                                      PHILOSOPHY   ON   TRANSITION   DRILLS   by Coach  John  Kimble INTRODUCTION An excellent way to gain an advantage over an opponent is to gain an advantage of  having (and cashing in on) more  opportunities for  easy (uncontested and/or close) shots. To gain an advantage over another team  that could possibly be:   1) more athletic and talented, 2) quicker, 3) faster, 4) taller, 5) stronger, 6) has a deeper bench, or 7)…

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Question-of-the-Week:

PLEASE  MAKE  COMMENTS  TO  DISCUSS  YOUR  OWN PHILOSOPHIES  AND  THOUGHTS  TO  THE  FOLLOWING  COACHING  PHILOSOPHY  QUESTIONS,  SO  AS  TO  START  A  DIALOGUE  HERE  WITH  OTHER  COACHES Do you utilize various types of combination screens? What techniques do you emphasize?   How and how often do you practice these techniques?                                              …

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Quote-of-the-Week:

“Our individual and team defense can only be great if we:             a) believe in it,                                                                                                    b) learn the basic rules and apply them,                                                c) play it aggressively,                                                                                    d) develop a defensive conscience.—-Coach Don Meyer                                                                        …

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