Coach Miller explains the trapping base zone, half court, _ court, and full court defenses that UNLV uses to control the tempo of the game. First, Coach Miller diagrams the base 1-3-1 zone and details the purpose and strategy behind the positioning and rotations of each player. Then, the defense is executed 5-on-5 on the court. The same fundamentals and rules of the defense apply for the extended « court, _ court defense and full court press. Coach Miller discusses the advantages of each defense and how they dictate what the offense is capable of running. The base zone utilizes the baseline corners to set up the traps, and the « court zone is an extension of base zone, trapping only at prime opportunities. The _ court defense adds pressure and forces an up-tempo pace that stresses patience and timing of the traps. The full court press is an aggressive, attacking defense that incorporates immediate traps. Coach Miller highlights the individual responsibility and priorities of each player and the importance of communication. The objective of the trapping defense is to generate easy offense by creating turnovers and getting breakaway lay-ups.
42 minutes. 2003.
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