SWARM Defense Defense (3)
Wayne Walters (Rental)-Scorpion Swarm Attack 2-3 Zone $17.99
Scorpion 2-3 Zone Defense SWARM Attack If you’re playing the same old 2-3 zone defense and not seeing the results you’d hoped for, let Wayne Walters help you install the SWARM. Coach Walters is the former head coach at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology and the inventor of the SWARM defense. Walters’ junior college defense forced more than 30 turnovers per game during the last four years of his career. If you want to learn switching and stunting defense concepts, this is the presentation for you. Coach Walters teaches you the basic SWARM defensive alignment along with the nine different coverages or stunts that change the rotations and the when, where, and who will execute the trap. Each stunt has a different rotation which forces your opponent to guess which player or passing lane will be open. The Scorpion 2-3 Zone Defense formation is used to lure opponents into initiating their zone offense. Once the offense commits, the defense becomes a 2-3 matchup, which Walters calls “Scorpion,” and that can transform into a man-to-man or even a 1-3-1. You will also hear about Stealth, Razor, and Laser which are used to describe coverages, rotations, and the roles of the guards and the low block defenders. Pressure Opponents with the Scorpion 2-3 Zone Defense With the foundation established, Walters presents a variety of ways to put pressure on opponents. You can show an aggressive 2-3 zone that traps the point guard at the top of the key. You’ll see how to stunt to this and stunt to the next pass or drive. The idea behind the Scorpion 2-3 is to never let the opponent get comfortable. For teams that do not have a strong point guard or when a wing trap is simply preferred, Coach Walters offers a series of stunts: Thunder, Gamble, and Bullet. Each play tricks the offense into thinking a certain passing lane will be open. That lane is immediately closed by the specific stunt related to the coverage being run. The Scorpion 2-3 zone defense will wreak havoc on your opponents because it is impossible to prepare for. The number of stunts available is just too much for an offense to handle. This 76-minute video teaches a defense that is simple yet complex. It is easy to learn and can be implemented at any level. Rent the Scorpion 2-3 zone Defense DVD today.
Wayne Walters (Rental)-Junk Swarm Defense $17.99
Junk SWARM Defense Basketball DVD Looking for ways to eliminate an opponent’s top scoring threat? Wayne Walters, inventor of the SWARM defense, shows you how in this presentation of three junk defenses based out of his Scorpion 2-3 zone. Walters is the former junior college head coach at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology where in his last four seasons his teams forced over 30 turnovers per game. Walters’ SWARM defense is an innovative method of creating havoc for opponents, especially when you have a limited talent pool to work with. In this video, Walters focuses on effective strategies for the Box-and-1, Triangle-and-2, the Tandem-and-3-Chasers, and more. He begins with the Bee Drill, which teaches players how to defend cutters coming into the paint. The drill is used to teach the Triangle-and-2 and the Box-and-1 helping defenders stop one cutter or multiple cutters. Swarm Defense Basketball DVD Topics Coach Walters breaks down each defense and its positional responsibilities. He also shows you how to double team out of each defense. You will see demonstrations of each of the following defenses: Box-and-1 Triangle-and-2 Top Stinger/Bottom Stinger Diamond-and-1 Twist While each of the above defenses may appear complicated, Coach Walters has a way of making the complex much simpler. Walters uses a principle he calls “simple multiplicity” which essentially means what may look complicated to an opponent is crystal clear to your players. If you are looking to add effective junk defenses to your arsenal, Coach Walters 53-minute video is a great start. Learn the concepts of each as well as some unique variations that are bound to disrupt any opponent’s offense. Coach Walters’ SWARM defense concepts can be integrated at any level and at any speed relative to your players’ basketball IQs. Coaches around the country that have adopted some of Coach Walters’ concepts have had great success at forcing higher numbers of turnovers. Rent this Junk Swarm Defense Basketball DVD today.
Wayne Walters (Rental)-Swarm Match-up Zone Defensive Concepts $17.99
SWARM Match Up zone Defensive Concepts Create a more dynamic defense matching it to different offensive alignments and fully utilizing the skill sets of your players with coach Wayne Walters’ SWARM matchup zone. Coach Walters is the former head coach of Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology where his last four teams were able to force over 30 turnovers per game. Walters invented the SWARM defense, one that is aggressive and relentless and forces offenses to be uncomfortable. Coach Walters begins his on-court presentation with a breakdown of the 1-2-2 and 1-3-1 zone defenses. He then shares the necessary components for creating an overpowering matchup zone. You will get an in-depth explanation of each position’s responsibilities. Once the fundamentals are presented, Walters adds another layer to the defense – the Triangle-and-2 concept. It’s a simple concept but one that confuses offenses. Offenses will attack matchup zones with dribble penetration and kick-outs. Walters shows you how to stop dribble penetration from different spots with efficient defensive rotations. Fist and Twist are two concepts designed to keep the ball on the perimeter without leaving an open shooter. Match Up Zone Drills As part of the presentation, Walters shows two build-up drills he has used to teach rotations and movements within the matchup zone. Bee Drill: Teaches the basic concepts of staying within a triangle. Defenders learn where to pick up cutters and how to bump them to a teammate. Chair Drill: Teaches players to stay low defensively. It also is an effective conditioning tool as players learn to move within the zone. One of the more difficult things to do when playing a zone defense is handling boxing out when fronting a post. Coach Walters shares ideas on how to solve this problem and turn a perceived weakness into a strength. It is one of the many different elements that Coach Walters covers in this 94-minute presentation. Whether it’s an odd front, even front, dribble entry, wing drive, or baseline drive; Coach Walters reviews every possible situation along with options you can use to create a complete defensive package. It may appear complex, but Walters makes it simple. If you are looking for a defense that can disrupt opponents, this is it. Rent this Match Up Zone Defense DVD today.