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Tim Jankovich (Rental)-3-2 Zone Defense $15.99
Following the constant-changing trends in the game of basket ball, coaches and teams are developing new strategies every passing year and one of the most popular of these strategies in recent games is the use of the ball screen in nearly every offensive set. The ball screen kicks off dribble penetration to the middle of the floor but it is a difficult technique to defend since it requires excellent communication, quick decision-making and exceptional effort to bring about success. Working with on-court players, Tim Jankovich will move you through the fundamentals of the 3-2 zone defense; a defense designed to negate dribble penetration by shoring up the middle of the paint and forcing passes to be made to the wings and corners. Coach Jankovich outlined every aspect of the 3-2 zone, starting with the qualities required of a team wishing to adopt this defensive approach. By the end of this course, you would have learned the secrets of the 3-2 zone defense and different ways to make the most use of it. Front Line: Coach Jankovich positioned the three defenders along the front line of the zone and pointed the responsibilities and rotational patterns of each defender depending on the positions of the ball. Jankovich also discussed the "accordion effect", and illustrated other ways by which front three must interact with each other so as to shut down dribble penetration. You are going to find out the number one responsibility of the middle-man and how to efficiently defend the high post. Back Line: Coach Jankovich aligned the back line and also discussed the "connected by a string" analogy as it concerns the two post defenders. He demonstrated the three approaches for crafting havoc once the ball enters the low post, and the benefit of the "sprint in faster than sprint out" ideology as it affects the defensive corner close-outs. Special Situations: Understand the different easy alignments usable by an offense while attacking the zone and different ways of putting up a defense. He also touched all the divers’ offensive schemes which include: the strong side overload, baseline runner, and all those designed to target corner 3-point attempts in the this DVD. The defensive tactics demonstrated in the lesson are Corner traps (with a weak-side "Flyer") and denying the ball reversal out of the corner. The defensive counter to a 2-guard offensive attack was also touched by showcasing an all-out trap at half court with all five members of the zone sprinting to their designated coverage areas. Follow this lesson to the end and learn the 3-2 zone defense which is one of the toughest defenses that your opponents will face with its ability to shut down dribble penetration, force outside jump shots, and guard against easy looks into the post. With that, you will be able to implement the 3-2 half-court zone defense this season and stifle the opposition's game plan!
Tim Jankovich (Rental)-Defensive Concepts Vs. Man & Zone Defenses $18.99
Tim Jankovich: Defensive Concepts vs. Man and Zone Offenses There is no question that teams that play great defense win championships. Tim Jankovich, head coach at SMU and former Bill Self assistant, shares his defensive philosophy which includes eight components to form a sound system. Jankovich has plenty of experience having posted the most victories by a first-year head coach at Illinois State (25) and then winning American Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honors in 2017 when he led SMU to the conference regular season and tournament championships. In this video, Coach Jankovich shares a ton of information you can use to develop an outstanding man-to-man defense. He will discuss 1-on-1 defense, defensive positioning, and how to defend things like off-ball cuts, drives, and screening actions. Winning in Transition The team that wins in transition normally wins the battle on the scoreboard. Coach Jankovich shares the mentality your team must take to become a sound transition defense. He discusses why he spends so much time in transition and he breaks down how to speed this conversion up. With offensive pace as high as its ever been, teams that are strong defensively can slow down opponents. Defensive Foundations Coach Jankovich begins here by breaking down individual and team on- and off-ball defense. It all starts with the basic footwork and positioning. From there, he gets into closing out speedy and shifty players. Then, Coach Jankovich takes it to the team level by demonstrating his version of the Shell Drill, something that can be done daily. Defensive Positioning Jankovich continues building upon his previous concepts and breaks down defending cuts and drives. You will see that he emphasizes a flat triangle, jumping to the ball, and being able to draw the line between you and your man. You will learn cues of basic help positioning, trapping and recovering on baseline drives, defending dribble penetration, and how to help off defenders. Because screens are a big part of most every offense today, Coach Jankovich spends time teaching coverages for some of the more difficult screening actions like wide pin downs, stagger screens, and the pick and pop action. If your defense is not where you want it to be or you are taking over a program and starting from scratch, Coach Jankovich demonstrates concepts and drills that serve a purpose in building the foundation of a successful defense at any level.