Hubie Brown: How to Win Against Any Zone Defense

Hubie Brown: How to Win Against Any Zone Defense
Hubie Brown: How to Win Against Any Zone Defense
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Product Description

  • Get tips and tactics you can use against any zone defense
  • Learn how to handle pressure and trapping with simple principles
  • Discover easy ways to score using less talent at any level
with Hubie Brown,
2017 Chuck Daly Lifetime Achievement Award (NBA);
2005 Inductee into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame;
2006 Inductee into the College Basketball Hall of Fame;

1978 & 2004 NBA Coach of the Year

1975 ABA Champions (Kentucky Colonels); Brown coached future Hall of Famer Artis Gilmore, who had 28 points and 31 rebounds in the title game;
Over his coaching career, Brown was head coach of the Memphis Grizzlies, New York Knicks, Atlanta Hawks, and Kentucky Colonels (ABA) and Assistant Coach for the Milwaukee Bucks who featured future Hall of Famers Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Oscar Robertson but lost in 7 games in the 1974 NBA Championship to the Boston Celtics

Learn the essential to beating traps, breaking down zone defenses and using inbounds plays to create scoring opportunities.

Decades of experience as a high school, college and pro coach, as well as a TV analyst, has given Hubie Brown a unique perspective on the game of basketball - especially how to beat a zone defense. Using this perspective, Coach Brown shares tactics for breaking down defenses at any level.

Brown bases all of his teachings off of his three essential keys to playing against any kind of pressure. He teaches and utilizes each key throughout the presentation.

Brown also provides three critical principles to create spacing and neutralize pressing, trapping and zone defenses.

These keys are put into practice in Brown's series for beating the 1-3-1 half court trap and in his series for beating any zone defense. Brown also provides a simple out of bounds under play to stress the importance of scoring on out of bounds plays and forcing your opponents to prepare for more than just your offense and defense.

See what Brown calls, "the best thing we've ever created in our coaching career."

He also presents a special zone attack that confuses the defense when coming out of a timeout.

Here is your chance to learn from the one of the greatest clinicians of the game.Brown has made a career out of coaching teams and players with less talent than the competition. These easy tips and tactics will show you how!

61 minutes. 2010

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