Coach Seth Greenberg gives a detailed account of the half-court 1-3-1 trap, a great counter to other zone defenses played today. Areas covered include the responsibilities for each position, trap coverage and rotations, how to defend skip passes and dribble penetration, as well as rebounding assignments. Coach Greenberg also discusses how to use this defense to contain a dominant player. This is an excellent defense to disrupt opponents, change the pace of the game, and to create scoring opportunities.
2001. ISBN 1-56404-671-0. 50 minutes.
I thought the video had a lot of great information but it was long. I had to watch it in a few sitting because it was not keeping my attention.
Excellent discussion of the 1-3-1 trap and how to play it in a more aggressive manner than merely sitting back in a 1-3-1 zone. The concepts of pushing the ball out and ensuring that defenders are between the passer and receiver are clear. The video also does a very good job of identifying and explaining the role that each player must assume relative to where the ball is.
Excellent! Great use of blackboard diagrams and on court demonstration to describe in detail how to effectively run the 1-3-1 trapping defense.I would rate it a 5.
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