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Rob Holopirek (La Crosse High) “Developing a Defensive Philosophy” . [email protected] 785-222-6766. Background (1A, 2A, 3A, 4A). 2 years: 9 th Grade Boys Coach 6 years: JV Boys Coach 6 years: Varsity Boys Coach Others Coaching 4 years: MS Track 5 years: MS Football.

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background 1a 2a 3a 4a
Background (1A, 2A, 3A, 4A)
  • 2 years: 9th Grade Boys Coach
  • 6 years: JV Boys Coach
  • 6 years: Varsity Boys Coach
  • Others Coaching
    • 4 years: MS Track
    • 5 years: MS Football
reference sites
Reference Sites
presentation overview
Presentation Overview
  • Perimeter / Post Defense
  • Types of Screens to Defend
  • 4-Man Shell Drill
  • Run and Jump PRESS
  • Coach Meyer’s Slides
  • Books and Notes
perimeter defense
Perimeter Defense
  • Man you ball
  • On the line, up the line
  • No middle penetration
  • No direct drives
  • Active ball pressure
post defense
Post Defense
  • Ball up top: on the line up the line
  • Ball on the wing or corner – full front
    • One hand up, one hand locating opponent
    • Yelling help!!
types of screens to defend
Types of Screens to Defend
  • Post –Post
  • Flex
  • Down
  • Away
  • Back
  • Ball
drill
Drill

4 Line Screening

1 post post screen
1. Post-Post Screen
  • Guy Getting Screened
    • Leg over screener
    • Offense goes low = switch
    • Offense goes high = fight through
    • Must talk
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1. Post-Post Screen
  • Ball Side Post Defender
    • Must yell screen
    • Drop Butt to Baseline
    • Offense goes low, Yell Switch, Meet and Front
    • Offense goes high, Yell Stay, Recover to Help
2 flex screen
2. Flex Screen
  • Treat this as a Post-Post Screen
3 down screen
3. Down Screen
  • Person guarding the screener
    • steps to the middle of the floor
    • Yells Screen
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3. Down Screen
  • Person guarding the man coming off the screen
    • goes between the screen and the teammate who has stepped to the middle of the floor

**WE CALL THIS 3RD PERSON**

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3. Down Screen

**Will Switch Screen in Some Situations**

MUST COMMUNICATE

4 away screen
4. Away Screen
  • 3rd Person

**Will Switch Screen in Some Situations**

MUST COMMUNICATE

5 back screen
5. Back Screen
  • SWITCH
  • Person getting screened
    • gets leg over the screener toward the ball side
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5. Back Screen
  • Other person
    • yells “screen, switch”

*never switch screens unless communicated*

6 ball screen
6. Ball Screen
  • SWITCH(our kids are all about the same heighth)
4 man shell
4 Man SHELL
  • Positioning
  • Rotation’s
  • Talking
  • Box-Out’s
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4 Man SHELL
  • Only base-line dribble
  • 1 dribble, base-line dribble
  • 2 dribble, base-line dribble
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4 Man SHELL
  • Basket-Cuts
  • Down Screens
  • Back Screens
  • Away Screens
  • Ball Screens
  • PLAY!!
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4 Man SHELL

**Focus on Box-Out’s**

  • Points
    • 1 pt: makes, def. stops
    • 2pts: offensive reb., charge taken
  • Stops
    • 3 def. stops to play offense
press run and jump overview
PRESS (run and jump) Overview
  • Never lets your opponent rest
  • You can be as aggressive or as conservative as you want
  • Rarely give up uncontested lay-ups
  • Becomes a mind set and habit
press run and jump breakdown
PRESS (run and jump)Breakdown
  • Deny inbounds pass
  • When pass is made everyone yells “BALL”
  • Dead ball press must have a center fielder
  • Live ball press must have a safety
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PRESS (run and jump)Breakdown
  • Once ball is in, keep it out of the middle and keep it in front of you “CORRAL”
  • Everyone else is jumping to the ball
  • If you see the back of the person dribbling “RUN & JUMP”
press run and jump breakdown2
PRESS (run and jump)Breakdown
  • 8.Guy jumping, jumps and yells GO when the dribbler picks up the ball
  • The guy guarding the ball filters to the middle
  • Help-side guy rotates up, to deny the pass backwards for reversal
base line side line out of bounds defense
Base-Line/Side-Line Out of Bounds Defense
  • PRE-SWITCH when possible
  • Guy guarding the ball is under the basket in help position
  • Deny, but do not get beat basket side
my book list with notes
My Book List (with notes)
  • **Art Berg**
    • “The Impossible Just Takes a Little Longer”
  • Bob Hurley
  • Dick DeVenzio
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My Book List (with notes)
  • H.A. Dorfman
    • “Coaching the Mental Game”
  • Drew Brees
    • “Coming Back Stronger”
  • Mike Dunlap
    • Charlotte Bobcats Head Coach
my book list with notes2
My Book List (with notes)
  • Bob Knight
  • Don Meyers**
  • Phil Jackson
  • Dean Smith
  • Pat Summitt
  • John Wooden
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