Hard play and pressure defense are the backbone of Coach Anderson's teams. Stance, hands, balance and closeness to the offensive player are very important principles to Anderson. Using an overhead, Anderson diagrams his defensive system. Ball pressure, anticipation, rotation and trapping are key terms in this system. On ball pressure, trapping corners on the baseline, making the sideline an extra man, using the half court line, trap with opportunity, and rotation round out the keys to this defensive. The progression of this defense starts with 1-on-1 defense by using the zig-zag drill. The run-and-jump can be added to the 2-on-2 or 3-on-3 drill. Other practice drills shared by Anderson show transition situations, sliding drills, 2-on-2, run and jump and 4-on-4. Areas covered, many of which are reinforced with game clips, are full court pressure, trapping, and half court man pressure.
120 minutes. 2007.
This tape does not break down, Coach Anderson's press at all. Don't waste your money
Mike is a great Coach, However this video is not very good to use as a teaching tool. Save your money and just tell your kids to play hard. Thats the whole video.
Minimal useful instruction. Not recommended.
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