man-to-man (20 defense) even if 30 or 40 defense was called. 4. "50 Defense – is a pure zone which, if run in the full-court, takes you into a man-to-man when you get down-court (as though you were defending a fast break). The difference between 43 and 44 versus 53 and 54 is that in
Man-toMan Defense (149) Match Up Defense (72) Motion Offense (269) Motivation (1,164) Offense (954) Out of Bounds Plays (212) Philosophy (86) Post Play (112) Practice (170) Press Offense (52) Pressure Defense (95) Quick Hitters (637) Read and React (32) Rebounding (84) Recruiting (21) Run and Jump (17) Scramble Defense (15) Shooting (191) Special Situations (113)
Even-front zones begin with 4 (zone defenses that have two men at the top: 2-2-1, 2-3). Combination man and zone begin with a 5 (box and one), 6 (triangle and 2), and 7 (diamond and 1). The second number tells you where the defense begins on the floor. 4 = full court, 3 = 3/4 court, 2 = 1/2 court, 1 = 3 pt. line.
He demonstrates a sideline push stance – Inside foot to the midpoint is up, inside head shot challenge, outside hand to the ball, influencing the ball sideline. The sideline is your 6th defender and the baseline is your 7th defender. The drill builds the defensive muscles and posture. There is a leader and a follower.
Williams teaches the 20, 30 and 40 defensive numbering system that will create fits for teams at any level! He places special focus on pressuring the ball, proper on-ball and help-side stances, forcing the ball to the sideline, weakside defense, preventing ball reversals and stopping transition offense on every possession.
The number one priority of our pressure defensive system is to apply tremendous pressure on the ball while providing defensive help, both on the ball side and the help side Our pressure defensive system will consist of four core defenses: (1) man to man, (2) 1-1-3 Amoeba Zone, (3) 1-2-1-1 full court press, (4) 2-2-1 three quarter court press.
There are various "gimmick" defenses that combine elements of zone defense and man-to-man coverage (e.g. "box and 1", "triangle and 2", etc). See "Junk Defenses" and "Match-up Zone Defense". "Transition" is the process of changing from defense to offense, or vice-versa. "Transition offense" is the former, and "transition defense" is the
The 1-2-2 zone defense is the defense most people are thinking of when they talk about a 3-2 defense. It involves one player at the top of the key, two players on the elbows, and two players on the low posts. This is a great defense to use against teams who shoot a high percentage from behind the three-point line.