2-1-2 "Corners" Zone Offense (vs Odd Front) - FastModel Sports

Published 12/12/2021 by Matt Hackenberg Favorite Send to FastDraw Print Embed

About This Play/Drill

"Corners" is our base zone offense against 1-3-1 zone, 3-2 zone, and any type of extended half court or 3/4 court. It provides great spacing to play against any form of trapping defense with the 2-1-2 alignment. Fake passes are critical, as well as not throwing passes with a lot of loft on them. Once in the scoring area, we look to dive our high post and flash to the middle when the ball gets to the corner.

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2-1-2 vs Odd Front (1-3-1 or 3-2 Zone):

1 and 2 stay high and wide to stretch the zone as much as possible. They can pitch back and forth to try to push the zone down towards the baseline. On entry to the corner, 5 goes to block, 4 cuts to open space around the elbow, 2 slides into shooting position on the back side and 1 stays available for a reversal pass. The back side forward always goes to the block to hold the weak side wing defender rather then the corner, so if the ball was reversed guard to guard, the 3 would to the block and 4 to the strong side corner. On a pass to the corner, we make our scissor cuts