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Deuces. Classic and Options. Offensive Theory. Motion vs Patterned Zone Questions…. How many ya hiding? Ball handlers- how many ya got? Man or Zone..same –just different Simple to complex.. Peak at the end Improve Stick skills and slow the game down. Why the 2-2-2?.

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### Deuces

Classic and Options

• Motion vs Patterned

• Zone

• Questions…. How many ya hiding?

• Ball handlers- how many ya got?

• Man or Zone..same –just different

• Simple to complex.. Peak at the end

• Improve Stick skills and slow the game down.

• You can hide 2 on the crease – 4 on the perimeter versus 5

• Picks on crease

• Great dodging set for midfielders

• Simplicity of the offense- it is motion oriented

• Basic Alignment – Basic Rules

• Crease Attackmen

• 1 . Ball at midfield – attackmen are flat and low

• Ball with wing attack ball on the side -attackmen are stacked and off ball pipe

• Ball behind with wing attack- attackmen are flat high –out of the way.

• Figure 1

Wing attack at GLE

A1

A2

M3

A3

Crease are low -flat

M1

M2

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Basic Rules : Perimeter Players – break at 45 degree angle to get ball – thinking two passes a head

Wing attack at GLE

A1

A2

M3

A3

Crease are low -flat

M1

M2

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

A1

A2

M3

Creasemen should stack – on opposite pipe – 6 yds above crease and 1 yd apart

A3

M1

M2

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

A1

A3 Flashes first, M3 cutsoff A3’s flash – keeping within the cylinder of the pipes

A2

M3

A3

M1

M2

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

A1

A3 Flashes first, M3 pops off A3’s flash – keeping within the cylinder of the pipes

A2

M3

A3

M1

M2

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

A1

A3

A2

M3

M1

M2

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

After giving the ball to # M2, # 1 cuts back door– do not force— # 2 gives # 1 a quick look and dodges right away; Do not set up the dodge! Get the ball and go!!!!. The idea here is that the offense has been in full motion at this point; therefore so has the defense. If the # 2 Middie waits, the defense has time to set up for the dodge and adjust its slides. The # 2 middie must choose a side and dodge; after 1 cuts back door, he stops at the center of the field and faces # 2 with his back to the goal. The distance should be enough so that # 1 can get out of the way in time should Middie # 2 dodge to the left.

A1

A2

A3

M3

M1

M2

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

If # 2 chooses to dodge to his right, and the D man covering # 1 decides to double team # 2, Middie # 1 rolls right ( since he is facing the dodger) shouts “Double” for the ball and will probably have an open shot or he can initiate a 2 on 1 on the opposite side of the dodge ( with # A1 sneaking) ; when the ball is up top the creasemen # 5 and 6 should be low against the crease screening the goalie.

A1

A2

A3

M3

M1

M2

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

If # 2 chooses to dodge to his right, and the D man covering # 1 decides to double team # 2, Middie # 1 rolls right ( since he is facing the dodger) shouts “Double” for the ball and will probably have an open shot or he can initiate a 2 on 1 on the opposite side of the dodge ( with # A1 sneaking) ; when the ball is up top the creasemen # 5 and 6 should be low against the crease screening the goalie.

A1

A2

A3

M3

M3 –screens; A3 bails

M1

M2

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

If M2 has a ½ step – he tries to get s shot off; if not – he passes moves ball to X behind via A2 and A1

A1

A2

A3

M3

M3 –screens; A3 bails

M1

M2

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

A1 – he passes moves ball to X behind via A2 and A1

A2

M3

A3 cuts- if nothing; the offense is back to a 2-2-2 set to start the action again.

A3

M2

M1

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top

Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage.

# 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder

Options – he passes moves ball to X behind via A2 and A1

Wing Attack dodge

A1

A2

M

A

M

M

Options – he passes moves ball to X behind via A2 and A1

Midfield Sweep

A1

A2

A

M

M2 clears, crease stacks. A 2 stays low – if passed to looks inside for flash and cut

M

M

Options – he passes moves ball to X behind via A2 and A1

Midfield Criss Cross

A2

A1

A

M

Perhaps then go into a 2-4 set for a change up.

M

M

Options -2-4 – he passes moves ball to X behind via A2 and A1

2-4 Stacks

A2

A1

A

M

M

M

Zone with a 2-2-2 – he passes moves ball to X behind via A2 and A1

• Crack

O

0

0

0

0

0

Shooting Drill – he passes moves ball to X behind via A2 and A1

O

0

0