This High/Low Zone Offense is a simple basketball continuity offense that is effective against zone defenses, particularly even-front zone defenses such as the 2-3. The movements are simple to execute and therefore allow it to be an effective offense for youth teams that come up against a zone.
Cutting from behind the defense is also hard for a zone defense to guard. The 1-3-1 zone offense continuity rotation allows the offense to execute these key principles. Skip passes and screening the inside and outside of the zone are also effective. Dribble penetration vs. the zone defense is key to breaking the defense down. Driving gaps and making 2 defenders play 1 offensive player creates scoring opportunities for the offense. Pass fakes are another key to use against a zone defense.
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Playname: Continuity zone/man. #1 can pass to either guard to start the offense. If the pass is made to strong side then #5 crosses the lane to weak side. (See Weak iso in Offense 1-3-1) #1 passes to #2. # 1 cuts ball side of high post; heads to low block. #2 can look for #1 and give him the ball if open.
Continuity Zone OffenseMoving to the court, Coach Showalter demonstrates his simple continuity zone offense, which facilitates ball reversal. He explains how players flash into gaps, creating indecision with the defense. This all- purpose zone offense can be executed against 1-2-2, 1-3-1, and 2-3 zone defenses.
The 1-3-1 Control Game Offense is a continuity offense with a baseline roamer. This offense works equally well against man-to-man or zone defenses. A control game is much like a delay game in that you are attempting to control the tempo of the game.
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Oregon Zone Continuity Offense. By Brian Williams on July 23, 2017. Army Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Zak Boisvert has put together some short clips of one of Oregon’s Dana Altman’s Zone Attack. There are several other man and zone sets on this video. The point is not a “highlight” tape, but the movements to get shots.
University of Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery offers you a look at his Rotation Zone Continuity Offense that has proven successful throughout his career. This...