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Press Offence Principals Press Breaks
Zone Offence Strategies Set Plays Continuities
Baseline out of bounds Set plays vs. Man Set plays vs. Zone Short shot clock vs. man Short shot clock vs. Zone
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As defensive ability and intensity increases players offensive players need to develop the ability to create space to get their shot away. The step back move is a skill that most good players use get away from their defender and then raise up into their shot.
Watch these clips of seven outstanding shooters and notice that, when they catch the ball, they quickly drop the ball down, before raising the ball into their shot. This move, often called "dipping", is extremely prevalent among shooters.
Many times players moving without the ball are in situations where they must get their feet underneath them very quickly to be able to get their shot away.
At most levels of plays at least 25% of the free throws taken in games are missed. Therefore defensive rebounding in free throw situations, though it takes little time, is something that should be practiced by teams.
Shooting percentages are significantly reduced when the defender gets up and challenges (or contests) the shot by the offensive player.
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