Andy Landers is a highly successful and respected basketball coach, who has spent over four decades at the University of Georgia, where he led the women's basketball team to numerous NCAA tournament appearances, SEC regular season and tournament championships, and Final Four appearances. He is considered one of the pioneers of women's college basketball, and his impact on the sport has been felt throughout the years.

Landers began his coaching career at Georgia in 1979, and in his time there, he has built the program into one of the most successful and consistent in the country. His teams have made 34 NCAA tournament appearances, and his Georgia teams have reached the Sweet Sixteen round of the tournament 20 times, which is the most by any active coach in NCAA Division I women's basketball. His teams also won SEC regular season titles eight times, and SEC tournament titles five times.

During his tenure, Coach Landers also lead his teams to win multiple Final Four appearances, in 1983, 1985, 1995 and 1996. He was also the SEC Coach of the Year five times, and the national coach of the year twice.

Off the court, Landers has been a tireless advocate for women's basketball, and has worked to improve opportunities and resources for female student-athletes. He has served on the Women's Basketball Coaches Association Board of Directors, and was a founding member of the Association of Collegiate Women's Basketball Coaches. He also has served as a member of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Committee, which oversees the administration of the national championship tournament.

As of 2021, Landers is among the most successful coaches of all time in the women's college basketball with a record of 862–352, his teams has reached NCAA tournament 31 times, 20 sweet sixteen and 4 final fours, those numbers demonstrate his excellence as a coach.

Overall, Andy Landers is a true legend in the world of college basketball, and his contributions to the sport and to the University of Georgia will be felt for many years to come. He is a great example for coaches, players and people in general, showing that hard work, dedication and passion can lead to success.

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2-3 Flip Flop Zone Defense by Andy Landers Instructional Basketball Coaching Video
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2-3 FLIP-FLOP ZONE DEFENSE The 2-3 done defense is a defensive technique that provides the following lessons to players to improve their defensive role in the team. The 2-3 zone defense teaches players what they need to do to keep the ball out of paint and increase the ball pressure. Learning the 2-3 zone defense will provide players with the needed skills to be able to take away the vulnerable high posts of their opponents. With the 2-3 zone defense, your players will be able to shut down all dribble penetration. You will also learn how to disrupt ball screens aggressively, disrupt your opponent’s offense, post feeds, and weak side flashes. The flip-flop rotation which allows players to interchange and recover several spots on the floor is actually key to the 2-3 zone defense. This type of defense involves the guard responsibilities as well as rotations, the forward’s rotation and responsibilities, and the live 5-on-5. THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE GUARD The two guards (one high and the other at the high post) are responsible for starting the 2-3 zone defense. When both players adopt the flip-flop philosophy, they can eliminate perimeter penetration effectively. This defense teaches players how to rotate so that they can apply ball pressure & deny the high post at every point with player movement, ball movement, changing alignments along the perimeter. Run and jump principle can help to disrupt ball screens as well as a blow-by to properly eliminate dribble penetrations. The purpose of the rotation is for the two guards to keep the pressure on the ball and allow the defense to protect the paint. In cases where guards need to double team a player, you can also teach your players to defend low posts. THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE FORWARD Using the flip-flop principle for the 2-3 zone defense, your players will be able to cover the wing, the corner, the low post, and the short comer which is the most dangerous spot for a zone. You can teach your players to double the defense whenever the low post player possesses the ball in the paint. With this technique, the backline defenders will be able to cooperate together to prevent the post from ever gaining possession of the ball and at the same time, extending their coverage by putting pressure on the ball at the wing, and at the corner locations. This defense also teaches how players can guard flashes and help with post-defense at the ball side by using the weak side defenders.  These rotations provide your team with the needed structure to effectively crowd the paint and put star post players on a lockdown. This defensive technique or drill covers several details of the defense such as where a defender lines up when he discovers that the ball is on the wing. It also covers all possible situations that the zone defense faces. Indeed, the 2-3 zone defense is a drill that effectively prevents the ball from touching the paint while giving your players room to turn up the pressure at the same time.