Overloading against a zone can be overwhelming for the defense. Indiana coach Archie Miller uses these two overload actions to create a 1 on 1 matchup with his bigs vs the middle of the zone.
1: In the first video clip, the wing defender is confused on who to cover and leaves the corner wide open.
2: In the last clip, the wing tries to split the wing and corner offensive player, leaving a 1 on 1 in the post, which is exactly what the Hoosiers are looking for.
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1 passes to 2
5 cuts to ballside block
2 passes back to 1
1 dribbles to the wing and 2 fills to the top
3 & 4 cut at the same time, 3 goes to the wing and 4 goes to the corner
1 hits 2
2 quickly reverses to 3
x4 has to decide who the guard
in this diagram he takes the wing leaving the corner wide open
5 has a 1 on 1 with x5
1 hits 2
2 throws back to one
1 takes it away to the wing
2 fills the top
4 sprints to the wing
3 sprints to the opposite corner
The ball is reversed quickly from 1 to 2 and 2 to 4
5 ducks in on the middle of the zone
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