- Create an attack mind set
- Match your defense with your team's personality
- Make the opponent work hard to prepare for you
with Joanne P. McCallie,
Duke University Head Women's Basketball Coach,
2005 AP Coach of the Year,
11 NCAA Appearances, 2005 NCAA Runner-Up at Michigan State
Attack from all areas on the court!
Join Duke Women's Basketball Coach Joanne P. McCallie as she leads you through principles and responsibilities of the 1-2-2 Match-Up Zone Defense. Coach McCallie's on-court demonstration includes pass rules, dribble rules, rules vs. cutters, rules vs. a two-guard front, rules vs. the Pick and Pop and rules against two high posts for both of these attacking defenses.
Coach McCallie opens by explaining the four principles that your defensive scheme must follow if you want to be successful. Breaking down the 1-2-2 Match-Up, McCallie emphasizes that you must disrupt the ball, eliminate passing lanes and place pressure on the offense.
In addition to explaining these principles, McCallie demonstrates on the court where defenders must be in each situation. McCallie finishes out by providing two pressing drills that you can use to help your team build the pressure on your opponent to force turnovers and bad shots.
With this video you will be able to create a tough defense that will keep opponents guessing and change the tempo of the game.
Please note: this was formerly titled Joanne McCallie: 1-2-2 Match-Up Zone & 1-2-1-1 Full Court Press
66 minutes. 2009.
Produced at the Spring 2009 Pittsburgh, PA Clinic.Basketball Videos