(Rental)-Aggressive Trapping Defensive
- Bob Huggins, the '00-01 National Coachof the Year, gives us a behind-the scenes look at aggressive trapping defense
- Philosophy and the breakdown of aggressive Rapping Defenses
- Trapping forces turnovers, fatigues enemies and forces bad shots to your opponents
Bob Huggins is synonymous for aggressive pressure defense. Huggins' 1-3-1 trap is built from the ground floor in this presentation. Each position has a specific role and affects the defense's strength. Huggins cites rotation, passing angles, trapping and trapping as key components to a defense that is successful. The DVD also features a full court 2-2-1 press. After the ball has been trapped, two interceptors and one anticipator take their positions using maximum pressure. Additional features include run and jump, double teaming and putting the ball in half court. Huggins shares his 2-2 defensive drill, which is crucial in building both the full and half court defenses. Trapping can lead to turnovers, fatigue opponents, and force bad shots. Huggins' aggressive trapping instruction will add surprise to your defensive game plan. Your team will gain confidence through trapping and be able to score easy baskets against your opponent.
69 minutes. 2009.