(Rental)-Beating Pressure Defenses

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  • Beating Pressure Defenses by Sean Miller Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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    Sean Miller: Beating Pressure Defenses

    If you find your team gets overwhelmed by pressure defenses, Arizona head coach Sean Miller has the answers for you. Miller, a three-time Pac-12 Coach of the Year at Arizona, provides everything you need to know to go toe-to-toe with the best pressure defenses around. With footage from two different clinics, Coach Miller shares with you how to aggressively attack any pressure defense.

    Creating Space

    One thing that will help defeat pressure is creating space. Coach Miller shows you how your players can create space by changing speeds, using body contact, using glide dribbling, and more. You also see how to change directions to get the ball in bounds, open up the floor, and create offense.

    Miller demonstrates the Big-X Passing Drill which simulates a half-court trapping defense. Players learn to deal with the chaos of a half-court trap and how to defeat it using simple rules.

    Full-Court Inbounds Situations

    Coach Miller takes you through full-court pressure situations and shows you how to get the ball inbounds. He reviews when you can run the baseline and when you cannot. Each situation offers three different outlets to get the ball up the floor – sideline, middle, and crack back. The aggressiveness of Miller’s press attack forces indecision on the part of the defense.

    The press offense that Miller presents is effective against a 1-2-1-1 or a 2-2-1. You’ll get the ball inbounds quickly, advance up the floor, and get into your offense. Coach Miller also goes over an end-of-game situation when you need to go the length of the floor and score.

    Attacking Pressure Zones

    What you do not want to do against extended zone pressure is over-dribble. Coach Miller reviews “Ping passing” which prevents this. You will see the “Logo” set where the offense moves the ball from side to side looking to get to the middle of the floor and force the defense to decide. Miller also introduces the Flood concept which results in open three-point attempts and layups.

    If you are looking for ways to attack full-court pressure or trapping defenses, this is the DVD you should have in your collection. Rent this beating pressure defenses DVD today.

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