Defensive Transition can be a very poorly executed phase of a team’s defence exposing gaps for a well-drilled offense to fast break or utilise an effective primary transition against. When Defensive Transition is incorporated, it is often instilled in a very bland fashion. Normally the focus for a team in Defensive Transition is to provide a strong contest in the elements of offensive rebounding and defensive transition coverage.
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Packing the Lanes in defence is the practice of having help defenders assist earlier in the defences’ rotations to stop offensive penetration by a dribbler. This tactic is commonly used against teams with a particularly prolific scorer and can be seen in the National Basketball Association (NBA) in most games.
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