The defense’s tools are two-point defense and influencing shot selection. While a frightening number of things are in the offense’s control – leading to the offense having 64% control over its points per possession number – the defense has significant influence over where shots are taken from and how effective the offense is near the rim.
In order to be a great offensive player, one must have patience, touch and the ability to play at different speeds. Offense is about timing and rhythm. Defense is about intensity and effort, and this is the irony of basketball. Once you cross that halfcourt line, your attitude must change and your skillset must adapt accordingly.
Defensive efficiency coefficients are in negative figures in opposition to offense because a higher defensive efficiency value means bad defense. (2) Playing on the road or playing at home also have different impacts on winning games. As I mentioned before, home teams have to concentrate more on offense.
Wheel Motion Basketball Offense vs 2-3 Zone Basketball Defense. In this video I show you a simple wheel motion Basketball play running up against a 2-3 zone ...
"BB-Offense" Vs the 1-3 and a Chaser Defense See diagram A. Here the defense keeps three defenders low inside (like in a 2-3 zone defense), to clog the paint against your post players, while defending your best perimeter player O2 with tight man-to-man defense.
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This basketball offense is a Pick & Roll continuous action that is great for scoring on man-to-man defenses. Setup: Four out and one in set with the PG and PF at the top. The SG is on the PF side and the SF is on the PG side. Hint: The SG should be on his weak hand side!
The better way to steal while playing on-ball defense is to swipe up at the basketball. This means keeping one of your hand’s lower than the basketball with your palm facing up. Since the defender should be playing lower than the offensive player, this is a far more successful method and will result in fewer foul calls.
The old adage holds true at any age level “offense wins games but defense wins championships” bobb — January 9, 2011 @ 1:43 pm Due to the proliferation of dribble penetration to threaten the basket to either score the high percentage layup or draw help to set up a catch-and-shoot 3, the most important skill to practice is on-the-ball defense.