The 'Trilogy' 1-3-1 offense is a basic continuity you can use against any 2-3 zone defense. It's simple enough that it can be used by young and inexperienced teams... But will also work for older and more experienced teams who understand and can take advantage of the spacing and angles that this 1-3-1 offense creates.
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. Pitt - This is a great zone play to use against 2-3 zone defenses. Jamie Dixon popularized this play to beat Syracuse's zone defense. Shallow - This is a simple, yet effective zone play that is most useful against a 2-3 zone defense, but can also be used against other defenses. Quick Hitter Vs. 1-3-1 Zone - This is a great ...
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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"). General pointers in attacking any zone defense. 1. Beat the defense up the floor.
Zone Offense. Basketball Coaching » Basketball Plays » Offensive Plays » Zone Offense. The two most important things to keep in mind when attacking any zone defense are spacing and ball movement. If you can force the defense to slide back and forth across the court, eventually you’ll be able to find a crack in their armor.
The flood zone offense uses the overload concept to create perimeter or post scoring opportunities against zone defense such as the 2-3 zone or 1-3-1 zone. As the name implies, the flood (or overload action) occurs when one side of the court contains more offensive players than zone defenders and for this zone offense, those court spots are the wing, corner, and low post block.
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The key to zone offense is to "disrupt zone responsibilities". In a zone, each player is responsible for guarding an area. If you can momentarily force a defender to be in a position so they can't guard "their area", you have a chance to exploit the zone.
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Beat those tough zone defenses From Mark P. Zacher, assistant women's coach, Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg, Maryland. Beat those tough zone defenses. The following is a simple, highly productive zone offense with a number of options that consistently result in open shots. The offense makes use of some standard zone-attack principles, such as a dribble-entry and shallow-cut replacement, overloading one side of the floor, rapid ball movement, screening, the zone skip-passes, attacking ...