In this instructional DVD, Coach Hewitt introduces you to his innovative 3-2 "Point Zone Defense" - the same zone defense Hewitt used to shut down offenses in the Yellow Jackets 2004 run to the national title game! Hewitt begins by giving each defensive player an assignment and demonstrates the defensive responsibilities that allow the zone to run effectively. It starts out as a 2-3 "look" by placing the 1 and 3 on the left side because most players are right handed and that is the side of the court a majority of shots come from. The 2 and 4 are placed on the right because of their size and offensive rebounding ability. The 5 is always between the ball and the basket. This defense is built around the "point"/"hole" philosophy, which means that there is always a defender on the ball (point) and one defending the basket (hole). The off-the-ball defenders are all responsible for an offensive player, this is why it is a great rebounding zone defense. Hewitt also demonstrates how to guard different situations such as: ball in high post, dribble rotation, cuts, on and off ball screens, and penetration. The "Point Zone Defense," is perfect for any team because it is easy to install, has basic and simple principles, allows for a defender to be in the face of the offensive player at all times, assigns box out responsibilities to each player, prevents easy baskets from baseline out-of-bounds situations and will break up a team's offensive rhythm!
77 minutes. 2005.
I think that Paul Hewitt does an amazing job explaining "The 3-2 Point Zone Defense."
I installed it for our team. It not only became our bread and butter but I found that my players more often than not were in the right place at the right time and never out of position.
It takes work to teach anything. But what I found was the time that I put in to learning it, and teaching it, my players responded with the same heart and passion to learn. I had several players that became like coaches on the floor and would often help others get into position. I absolutely loved Paul Hewitt''s skill set to break it down in such a way that made it easy for me to learn. As a coach I believe we have to love the teaching aspect and then things fall into place.
Didn''t get much from this one. Players on the floor often seemed confused about their responsibilities as was I. I''m not a highly experienced coach so I could be mistaken but all I saw was players in a 2-3 zone alignment or a 1-3-1 alignment. If you are looking for info on the 3-2 zone I would recommend Tim Jankovich''s DVD.Championship Productions replies:Coach, Please check our return policy for details on how you can receive a refund or exchange this item for something that better meets your needs. Feel free to call us if you need recommendations. Thank you for your review! Championship Productions
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