To simplify zone offense, Coach Bruno sees all zones as match-up zones. Spontaneous movement and spacing are two major keys to attacking a zone defense. Bruno demonstrates the keys to zone movement including overloading the backside of the zone, skip passes, and penetration. There are various uses of the short corner in this zone attack coming from the perimeter and the high post. Screening the backside of the zone allows for skip passes and slipping into the middle of the zone. Bruno shows how the ball screen is utilized against the zone, as well as the flash from behind the zone from the baseline and the weak side. He also covers rebounding against the zone. Bruno shares three offensive sets against the zone using players on the floor, as well as drills to help build this zone offense attack.
69 minutes. 2008.
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