(Rental)-Quick Hitters & Baseline Out Of Bounds Plays Vs. Zone Defense
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Quick Hitters and Baseline Out of Bounds Plays for Zone Offense
Thom Sigel has won two Illinois state championships and has over 300 career wins. In this video, he shares some of his quick hitters against 1-2-2 and 2-3 zone defenses. You will see how Coach Sigel does a great job of walking you through each play and all of its options.
Coach Sigel’s presentation starts by demonstrating the dribble entry options for his quick hitters. Each dribble entry uses the same starting action, which keeps the plays simple. It also disguises the secondary cuts players will make to get open.
The dribble entry options are great because they create scoring opportunities all over the floor. You can score on an elbow jump shot, a high post flasher, and more. Coach Sigel emphasizes spacing and timing to sell each option.
Then, Coach Sigel changes the look of his quick hitters by implementing his stack options. Using these stack options, you’ll see some great corner entries that create a number of great scoring chances. The first stack option is designed to score out of a low post look by pulling defenders away from the basket. Then, the point guard and wings attack the zone.
All of these quick hitters are sure to give any zone defense fits. You will see all plays executed against both a 2-3 and a 1-2-2 for clear understanding.
Baseline Out of Bounds
Coach Sigel then dives into a number of high percentage baseline out of bounds plays. There are numerous scoring opportunities in 4-Across and Box. If you don’t score within one or two passes, you can get right into a quick-hitting offensive play.
The presentation ends with a question and answer session that makes you think about how quick hitters fit into your zone offense philosophy. This a must-have DVD for coaches looking to maximize their zone offense.