A cornerstone of Coach Moran's success as a coach comes from his philosophy of competitive preparation. Practice is a tool to develop success by facing competitive situations each day in practice. A good scorer is a focal point of half court defense, and is defended differently than non-scorers. Depending on skills and strengths, Moran sets up his defense accordingly. Moran's focus is on the top two scorers on the opponent's team. Just as in the half court, offensive players are categorized according to skill in the full court also. Double teams are used only against ball handlers. Moran puts 10 players on the floor to set up full-court pressure. On ball technique is a major part of this full-court system. One goal is to take the ball out of the guard's hands and make post players handle the ball against intense pressure. A unique characteristic in this pressure defense is letting some players receive the ball and keeping it from others. Another feature is pressure trapping on side out of bounds plays.
55 minutes. 2008.
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