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Quentin Hillsman (Rental)-Adjustable Full Court Pressure $18.99
Quentin Hillsman: Adjustable Full Court Pressure Quentin Hillsman has built the Syracuse University women’s basketball program into a national power by using a defensive system that thrives on full court pressure. Hillsman’s defense has led Syracuse to seven straight NCAA tournaments and a trip to the 2016 national championship game. In this video, Coach Hillsman lays the foundation for the matchup press and includes all of the teaching points you will need to successfully implement this defense in your program. Covering Inbound Schemes Coach Hillsman explains how you should scout your opponents to determine how they inbound the basketball. How the ball is inbounded has a lot to do with how the press works. In this segment, you will learn the responsibilities of each player and how they must deny the basketball based on their location. Hillsman will show you how the press can morph to match the alignment of the opponent’s press break. He will also show you common strategies for breaking the press and how to deal with them. Traps & Long Corner Passes Traps are key to the press and Coach Hillsman shows you how to jump into a quick trap and how to deal with long passes to the weak side of the floor. You will keep opponents guessing with where the traps are coming from and HIllsman shares the teaching points behind who traps and when. Trapping up the Sideline Coach Hillsman goes against traditional philosophy and demonstrates how he traps from behind when the ball is brought up the sideline. Hillsman believes the traditional approach leaves the corner 3-pointer open. To counter that, Hillsman’s defense traps the ball after it is brought across the half-court line. This usually forces a cross-court pass that is susceptible to tips, deflections, and interceptions. Signals for traps are explained by Hillsman and he shows you how to get into man-to-man, a 2-3, or a 3-2 zone defense after the press has been broken. Coach Hillsman also shows you how to convert from a matchup style press to more of a zone press. This video shows you how to apply maximum pressure to your opponents at all times. Wear down your opponents with this devastating pressure defense.
Quentin Hillsman (Rental)-2-3 Zone Defense W- Pressure Variations $15.99
THE 2-3 ZONE DEFENSE WITH PRESSURE VARIATIONS Using the 2-3 zone defense with pressure variations ensures the following: You will be able to dictate the game’s tempo of and you can force your opponents into turnovers by using multiple defensive looks both in the full-court game and the half court-game. You will be able to take away the opposition’s shooters in any offensive strategy used against you and force the opposition to make use of players with fewer skills and abilities. Your players will be able to effectively attack all sideline inbounds play by making use of a pressure defense that will make an opposition you face fear your style of play. Build a reputation of play whereby you defeat your opponents by trapping, smothering, and using an aggressive style of play that will prove too difficult for your opponents to deal with. Make use of sideline traps, full-court pressure, and dealing with screens. Use these defensive tactics to draw your opposition away from their comfort zone and make offense difficult for them. You can also train your players to prevent ball handlers from taking a shot, defend against the first pass, preventing splits, and many others. Put your players in a trap position where they can easily force turnovers, use an aggressive style for ball handlers so your players can get a chance. You can also force a good team to lose their rhythm without compromising the principles that govern the zone. 21 PRESS (2-1-2 FULL-COURT PRESS) When using this press, players can easily return to the 2-3 defense zone. This way, your players don’t have to struggle with running back to find their position after pressing. Train your players to look for traps on the sidelines or force an opposition player who is not a ball handler to bring it up. DIAMOND DEFENSE This type of defense can be used as a surprise attack when dealing with opponents who use sideline inbounds. When your opposition is trying to adapt to your standard 2-3 defense zone, you can surprise them with this aggressive attacking style. Regardless of the size of your team, you can win when you use these defensive styles. Add some surprises to your defensive strategies and make changes to the standard 2-3 defense zone Read our 2-3 Zone Defense Guide here.