Load up your playbook with 50 plays for beating zone defense from the best coaches in the world
- Learn how to use overload and screening actions to overwhelm zone defenders
- Use on-ball and off-ball screening strategies to pin zone defenders and open up 3-point shots
- Get simple zone quick-hitters to help create tempo and make quick buckets
- Geno Auriemma - University of Connecticut Head Coach
- Fran McCaffery - University of Iowa Head Coach
- Kermit Davis - Middle Tennessee State Head Coach
- Brad Brownell - Clemson University Head Coach
- Bill Self - University of Kansas Head Coach
- Bob Huggins - West Virginia University Head Coach
- Kevin Boyle - Montverde Academy (FL) Head Coach, back-to-back-to-back High School National Champions (2013-15)
- Tony Bergeron - Five-Star Basketball Camp Program Director
- Tom Izzo - Michigan State University Head Coach
- Sean Miller - University of Arizona Head Coach
- Tod Kowalczyk - University of Toledo Head Coach
- Jeff Walz - University of Louisville Head Women's Coach
- Jim Ferry - Duquesne University Head Coach
- Eric Flannery - 2014 USA Men's U17 Developmental National Team Assistant Coach (FIBA World Championship gold medal)
- Vance Downs - Ames (IA) High School Head Coach
- Matt Woodley - former Iowa Energy (NBADL) Assistant Coach
Seventeen of the game's best coaches showcase zone-busting offensive sets that are sure to wreak havoc against any zone defense.
Master the art of out-scheming the most common zone defenses such as the 2-3, the 3-2, and the occasional 1-3-1 defense in order to secure the shots you want to take - not the ones the defense wants you to shoot.
Geno Auriemma Series - The Hall of Fame coach shows you four plays to attack the 1-3-1 and 2-3 zone defenses. Two plays illustrate how you can attack through the high post, and two more make use of screens starting from different stack alignments to free up shooters.
Fran McCaffery Series - A series of three plays that will help you score from inside and outside the 2-3 zone. Learn how to create opportunities for lob passes, post feeds and perimeter jump shots in addition to counters when the defense takes away the primary scoring option.
Kermit Davis Series - Three plays for screening the bottom defenders in a zone to create inside scoring opportunities with post feeds or lob passes.
Brad Brownell Series - Attack the 2-3 zone with ball screens using the Post Up play to force the defense to give up shots in the paint off a duck-in or allow open 3-point shots from the corner.
Bill Self Series - Five plays for attacking zone defenses. Coach Self shows two ways to deliver lob passes to a post or perimeter player of your choice. You also get three more plays, including his all-time favorite zone play, that allows you to strategically screen the zone to open up inside and outside shots.
Bob Huggins Series - Coach Huggins walks you through different ways to read the defense in a play that makes use of a double screen and misdirection to score from inside the zone.
Kevin Boyle Series - The four-time High School National Coach of the Year shares four plays that utilize high ball screens, baseline screens, and overloads to help you score with jump shots for your best shooter, post feeds and lobs.
Tony Bergeron Series - Two plays for defeating the 3-2 zone. In addition to showing you how the baseline screens and pin screens of his Baseline and Push work, you will also learn additional ways to score when the defense takes away your first options.
Tom Izzo Series - Five plays to dismantle zone defenses. Options illustrated include high ball screens, fake hand-offs, cross screens, and more that will help you find scoring opportunities at the rim or open looks for your best shooters.
Sean Miller Series - Create a lob opportunity for a high-flying perimeter player with Eagle. When the defense begins to take away this option, Coach Miller shows you how to counter their overplay and get an open 3