Jim Larranaga combines an on-court clinic presentation with a locker room marker board session to deliver a thorough look at three zone offenses you can use to defeat any zone defense.
Larranaga demonstrates each zone offense on a marker board as well as on the floor in a 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 setting. In any zone offense, you must emphasize ball movement, man movement, screening, dribble penetration, and offensive rebounding. In this DVD, Larranaga combines all of these techniques into his three offenses.
Having three zone offenses will allow you to install the best fit for your team based on your personnel and your team's strengths.
Order now and learn to take on zone offenses from one of the great teachers of the game.
Produced at the Spring 2010 Tunica, MS clinic
105 minutes. 2010.
A very good video.
I have been to JL''s practices when I was at Lake Braddock HS and spoke with him afterwards. He is exactly what you see. He is a very simple man when it comes to explaining things and his videos exemplify that IMO, which makes him as good as he is.
This video has (3) great zone offenses, which he explains on the board as well as on the court. I have watched it 2x already and will be using it coming our conference play.
On the negative side - detest the instant video CP has now. Liked being able to download and convert via my movie editor which I used to increase the speed by 50% which allowed me to watch the videos faster.
Coach Larranaga's ideas translate to women's basketball and men's basketball.
I love his Slice and Dice Offense.....lot of ball movement and player movement. the explanation is clear and his ideas are solid.
Thought this was a good one. He gives you a lot of options (some good, some meaningless). I liked that he both showed the offenses on the white board and then on the court. Overall pretty good
This DVD shows how to really get some good movement against a zone. He spends time at the blackboard showing each of his 3 sets, then shows it 5 on 5.
He spent the majority of his time on the slice and dice. The 1-3-1 portion of the dvd was lacking in my opinion. I was also upset that he didnt cover his offensive options if the top men in the 2-3 covered the wings. He just assumed the defensive forwards would cover them. we dont see that very much so i am not sure how much this dvd will help my team.
Very well organized. Very well broken down, and the offenses are progressively taught w/ perfection. They are great offenses, and have helped our team out a great deal.
Blackboard illustration easy to follow.
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