By sharing concepts that he has learned over many years, Coach Sandler demonstrates useful offensive concepts. The first concept is zone transition. The key to this offensive concept is attacking the baseline and the middle. The goal is to have the outside defender take the wing player with the ball. Left alone is the third player on the right side who is on the baseline ready to catch the ball. The idea is to pressure the middle defender with the baseline. On ball reversal, the left side becomes overloaded, as the same options are available. This zone transition can be run against any kind of defense. The next concept is run against an even front zone, known as "4 Game." The alignment begins in a 1-4 high set. Attacking the middle man in the zone is the main priority with high low passes, back side screens and passing to the weak side. A third concept, Wing Through, is a zone package against an odd front zone. This alignment has three players on the perimeter with two inside. Sadler calls this zone offense the best he's ever been given. From the backcourt, "3 Spread" is an attack against presses. By keeping the press offense simple you can flow right into Wing Through.
50 minutes. 2008.
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