Tark explains, in several teaching progressions, why your zone defense must be similar to your man-to-man defense. Coach Tarkanian shows how the Amoeba prevents the offensive players from getting into the gaps, beating you with the dribble and getting cross-court passes. On-court, the Runnin' Rebels demonstrate run glide run, zig zags, close outs and denials. Drills include the Amoeba drill for guards, back line, 5-on-7, 5-on-5 and how to double team the first pass.
28 minutes. 1998. ISBN 0-932741-35-5.
A defense that is extinct in today's game and unfortunately not much was of value with the lethargic approach to the video by the coach. I did like the clips which showed the success it had but not the break down at all by the coach.
I was not a fan of this DVD. It was only 25 minutes long and didn't provide a lot of information of the different rotations. Only showed a few drills to use with Amoeba. Didn't show any tips on how to use with full court pressure although there were a few 5 second clips of team using full court pressure. To be fair, I was able to exchange it with no problem at all.
A great reminder of intensity and organisation at training. I like the concepts and can't wait to implemeant into next seasons programme
If you are student of the game, this is a zone classic. The strong use of the forwards and harrasing but complementary guard play modified slightly was innovative at the time. Years later you can still see the influence Tark has had on zone oriented coaches.
Even though it's old I still think this is a solid 1-1-3 dvd. He shows the breakdown drills and skills needed to play the defense and also covers some trapping in the half-court. Good dvd!
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