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Unique formation for a press break to inbounb the ball. Counteracts switcing with multiple options. Allows offense to get best free throw shooters/ball handlers the ball in end of game situation.
In this diagram and embedded video we look at a drill to get your team warmed up and ingrain the cuts and spacing of your press breaker. I liked this early in the season while our players were still learning the press breaker.
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This is honestly the only press breaker I've ever used as a coach. It's so versatile, working well against whatever style of pressure if presented. We don't have to have different concepts installed for man and zone presses, or softer presses and harder presses . The press breaker is built on proper spacing, allows for safe reversals, but also has options to attack up the court against any style of press defense. We absolutely roasted diamond presses using the sideline entry of this press breaker. I like having 2-up, as we had help to get the ball inbounded if needed but it wasn't as congested as bringing 4-up or 3-up agianst presses. The video below will absolutely break down everything in the diagram to be easily understood.
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Watch the clip below as Coach Tony Miller uses FastDraw, the #1 play diagramming program for basketball coaches, to break down this zone press break set from the Spain men’s national team. With excellent spacing and movement concepts based on forming triangles, this is one you need in your FastDraw library for the 2021-22 season.
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Up 1 point with a little over one second left in the game, Loyola-Chicago needed to inbound the ball safely to secure the game. The Ramblers ran this press breaker and got an open look for the player curling around the screen.
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Villanova excelled all year long in special situations and this press breaker was no exception. A very simple action in design that could have been very easily stopped if the back screen was just switched. In terms of getting the ball in this play will almost always work against a M-M Full Court Defense, be clearing out the front court it’s easy to just enter the ball to the 2 guard. In this specific case Villanova hits the home run and gets an And 1, however all of the options were open. The 2 was open, 5 was open coming back to the ball and the 1 would have been open if he continued running forward after setting the screen.
SFA takes advantage of how typical defenses try to play the guard stack in this play. He runs one player to the ball and one deep. In a foot race, his guys can typically win and the inbounder just makes to throw it in deep enough.
This is a press break you can use against a 1-2-1-1 zone press. The overload set up puts the defense in a disadvantage. Well executed, you create a 3on2 offense advantage with a chance for a lay-up.