Coach Odom's passive and attacks zone offensive package explores two distinct approaches to beating zone defense. Odom's passive offense is designed to beat packed in zones by creating player movement in and through the zone. Conversely, the attack zone offense can dismantle pressure type zone defenses through dribble penetration and ball movement. Odom teaches the art of passing efficiently against the zone with the air pass, high low pass and skip pass. Each pass exploits and distorts any zone defense. For many years Odom has use rover, inside X, corner, and notch as specific strategies for successfully beating zone defenses. Recent zone trends point to the extended 1-3-1 half court zone defense. Odom uses players to illustrate his concept of filling and leaving areas against the 1-3-1. Odom believes that a two-prong style against zones helps gain an advantage by being unpredictable in movement, cutting and shot selection. This combination of passing with ball and player movement distorts and attacks the heart of any zone.
82 minutes. 2008.
Produced at the 2008 Springfield, MA Clinic
Great nuggets-well done.
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