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Watching these clips of the Indiana Pacers and the Portland Trailblazers giving up fast break lay-ups and it is very clear that poor floor balance leads to poor transition defence.
This clip shows why teams are often successful in their transition defence and why teams often give up an open shot.
This is a great drill to work on defensive rotations and attacking penetration.
Here is a good drill to work on both offensive and defensive transition, the offensive players will always have a numerical advantage and the defenders are always at a numerical disadvantage.
Coaches should teach players the only acceptable shot in a 2 on 1 in transition is a lay-up. If executed properly it is next to impossible for the single defender to stop the 2 on 1;
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