How to Break a Zone Press - Key Components Teams will pressure you for a number of reasons: to create turnovers, control game tempo, or wear down the opposition.
Zone Press Break for a 2-2-1 full court zone press. This zone press break uses a 1-3-1 initial set. The focus of the press break is, like most others, to get the ball in to the middle of the zone press but it also has an option to catch a player on the run up the sideline . Good, attacking zone press break. Take a look at the animation.
This video will teach you how to run a 1-4 or Four Across zone press break. This zone press break is effective against any zone press you're likely to come u...
The 2-2-1 zone press attempts to deny and trap the sideline at the half court line. This press could be the opponent's primary press, or could be an "adjustment" after you have beaten their press up the sidelines a few times. Now they are trying to deny the sideline. So, like any other situation in basketball, you take what they give you - you will attack up the middle.
One of the most important jobs a basketball coach has is to equip players with the skills, mindset, and alignments needed to attack pressure. Each of these elements is crucial – without one, the other two are not nearly as effective. The 1-4 press break is one sound way of attacking man or zone full court pressure.
How to Beat a Full Court Zone Press 2-2-1. This is a simple and effective press break to use against 2-2-1. The play begins with players 01 and 02 breaking opposite directions. Player 02 cuts toward the ball to the left corner and player 01 cuts opposite to the right corner. Player 03 inbounds the ball to O2 and steps in to the middle of the box.
Coach Chris breaks down the 1-4 Basketball Press Break so that you can stop getting trapped on the inbounds pass. If you are facing a Diamond, Zone Press, o...
Use the 1-4 Press Break to Beat Any Pressure Defense!
Use this press break to attack the opponent's full-court press. This press breaker is usually effective and is simple to teach and execute. O3 is the inbounder and gets the ball out of the net quickly to get the ball inbounds before the defense can get their press set.
DIAGRAM 1: Press Break 1 (A). 5 passes to 2 or 1 (2 in this case) and steps inbounds. If 2 or 1 aren’t open 3 breaks to the top of the key for the pass. 4 breaks to the basket. DIAGRAM 2: Press Break 1 (B). 2 reverses the ball through 5 to 1. 1 takes the ball up the middle or up the sideline depending on the defense. If 2 can’t reverse the ball 1 cuts to the middle to “Z” the court. 3 either is a safety pass or breaks deep once the ball is moving up the court.