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Zone Offense: Interior Players Sealing on Ball Rotation

Fine-tuning a Zone Offense can be a very challenging task for players and their coaches. Many coaches tend to focus on the pattern of executing a team offense against a zone, rather than breaking down the individual roles within the offense. The key to being able to break down a zone offense is making each movement within any offensive structure a possible scoring opening.

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Basketball Player Positions Explained: Power Forward

The Power Forward (PF) for a basketball team in the modern era of basketball holds down the interior offense of a team. With the decline of genuine Centers throughout the world of basketball, the PF has had to step up and become the primary scorer within a team’s offense within and around the keyway.

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Introduction to the Box Offense

The Box Offense began to take favour in the 1970’s as basketball began to become a more free flowing game. As the players became both quicker and faster, there needed to be an offense created that allowed for quick shots that were still from high percentage areas on the floor.

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Changing Basketball Playing Positions

So you starting coaching a basketball team and you realise you don’t have one of the playing positions covered. As a coach this is always of concern when evaluating your teams starting line-up. This will also play a part in the overall selection of the team and your squads final make-up.

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