Jim Foster is truly the "coaches coach" - in fact, several of his former assistant coaches have gone on to make a tremendous impact in the women's college game, including: Geno Auriemma (UConn), Muffet McGraw (Notre Dame), Deb Patterson (K-State) and Cindy Griffin (St. Joe's). This innovative DVD covers the 3-2 zone, free throw shooting, no-hands defense, pressure shooting, and transition drills - all in one presentation! Foster gives his players their best chance to win by devising defenses that maximize team effectiveness. Whether his team plays man-to-man, zone or a junk defense, the end result is usually successful. Because of a focus on physical play in today's game, he installed a no-hands defense that has drastically reduced fouling. Zone defense is a big part of Ohio State's success, featuring 1-1-3, match-up and the 3-2 zone. Foster thoroughly breaks down the 3-2 zone showing slides, post defense, rebounding, high post coverage and ball pressure. He uses players and chairs to illustrate key teaching points. A huge proponent of applying shot pressure, all of his drills focus on that concept. In other areas of this DVD, Foster demonstrates competitive team free throw games, adding game-like pressure to shooters. Fosters demonstrates his love for transition by showing his two favorite transition drills. Applicable to all levels of play, these drills build from 2-on-1 up to 5-on-5.
54 minutes. 2006.
Was a good video overall, but expected more on the 3-2. Was lighter than I expected on that particular zone. I got it for the zone more than the unrelated drills. But overall got some good stuff from it, including a great refresher on the 3-2.
2 Ratings were entered with no review.
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