(Rental)-1--2--2 Match Up Zone & 1--2--1--1 Full Court Press
- Set up an attack mindset
- Your defense should match your team's personality
- You must make your opponent work hard to prepare you
All areas of the court are open to attack!
Joanne P. McCallie, Duke Women's Basketball Coach, will guide you through the principles and responsibilities for the 1-2-2 Matchup Zone Defense. On-court demonstration by Coach McCallie includes rules vs. cutters and rules vs. two-guard fronts. Rules vs. Pick and Pop and rules against both high posts for these attacking defenses.
Coach McCallie begins by explaining four principles your defensive strategy must adhere to if you are going to be successful. McCallie breaks down the 1-2-2 Matchup by emphasizing that you must disrupt play, eliminate passing lanes, and put pressure on the offense.
McCallie not only explains these principles but also shows on the court how defenses should be placed in each situation. McCallie concludes by demonstrating two drills you can use to increase pressure on your opponent and force turnovers.
This video will show you how to make a strong defense that will keep your opponents guessing and change up the pace of the game.
This was previously Joanne McCallie. 1-2-2 Match-Up Zone and 1-2-1-1 Full Court Press
66 minutes. 2009.