Frustrate your opponent's top two scorers! Prevent your opponent from getting into rhythm offensively!
Former National Coach of the Year Rick Majerus unveils for the first time his philosophy on the triangle and two defense. Majerus shows you how this "disruptor defense," when used on a selective basis, can immobilize your opponent.
Majerus teaches and demonstrates the critical components of aggressive close outs and how to defend various cutters, screens and hand-offs. Majerus presents an in-depth discussion on player responsibilities as they relate to the three defensive zones utilized in this baffling defense.
He shows the "fake and fade" technique to prevent shooters from being able to "rhythm up" and get open looks at the basket. By taking away their shot, players are forced to become drivers and dribble into the triangle. To counter dribble penetration and assist with box-out responsibilities, Majerus teaches the "sliding the triangle." He also provides game clips that reinforce the various concepts of this dominating defense.
Cut off your opponent's life blood and force them to prepare for one more defense; the Triangle and Two!
105 minutes. 2009.
One of the best teaching videos I have ever watched. Coach Majerus was a great teacher of the game. I love that the proceeds of the sale of the video go for breast cancer research. The details of the triangle and two are covered as well as any coach can cover them.
Great teaching video. During the first 45 minutes, Majerus gives an overview of the triangle-and-two with their basic principles. The next 45 minutes or so he goes in-depth and addresses a lot of special situations that may arise. As a high school coach with limited practice time, the first 45 minutes were the most beneficial. It gave a simple way to teach this defense in a fairly short amount of time. Overall, an excellent video for anyone looking to put in the triangle-and-two, either as a change-up defense or part of their everyday defensive scheme.
Solid DVD and in typical Majerus fashion, very thorough. In talking to other coaches about triangle and two, seems like you just get bits and pieces or a broad scope of what makes this defense effective. Majerus goes in-depth and does a great job of talking about slides, responsibilities, transition, on the ball, off the ball, and how to defend the various screens and handoffs. I thought the on the court as well as the off the court information was fantastic. I would recommend this dvd to anyone interested in implementing the triangle and two defense. Glad to have this addition to my basketball library.
The best thing about the dvd is the rotation of the triangle. If you run it this way then you won't have players standing around. Great DVD!
Yes it's technical, yes it's boring but I didn't buy it for its comedic purposes. When this dude talks ball, I listen. Tremendous DVD. Buy it, yes it's boring but it's very good
I would recommend this to anyone looking to implement the triangle and two. There is so little information out there to teach it, and it becomes very hard to prepare for. Coach Majerus does get technical, but there are so many things in a Triangle and Two that are different, making it hard to prepare for if run right. I have taken a lot of these ideas and put them into our triangle and two.
As with most things Coach Majerus does, very, very technical. I know the presentation has some great points but I wish it was more action and less lecture. I appreciate the fact that he is donating proceeds to a good cause - just way too technical in places.
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