Coaching Basketball Defensive Concepts

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These defensive concepts from 3 highly successful college basketball coaches were posted on Bob Starkey’s Basketball Coaching Blog, hoopthoughts.blogspot.com.

Jim Boone

Here’s a few concepts and teaching points from Jim Boone in regard to the way he plays Pack Line defense.

Keys in Teaching:
1. Position players in such a way to already be in help.
2. Build a wall to stop the ball.
3. Five players working together.
4. Communication

Coach Boone: “We are zoning the ball.”

Five Things to Work on Daily:
1. Conversion defense
2. Low post defense
3. Pressure on the ball
4. Help/recover
5. Blockout

Coach Boone: “You can’t play transition defense while you’re in transition.”

Coach Boone: “Low post defense dictates how you set your entire defense up.”

Five Defensive Goals:
1. Pressure the ball
2. Contest all shots
3. Keep the ball out of the lane
4. No second shots
5. Do not foul

Coach Boone: “We want to determine what shots you get.”

Conversion Defense:
1. No fast break lay-ups
2. Out number the offense
3. Build from the lane out

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