Full Court press defense

Let this Full Court Press Defense Playbook make your team a pressing terror!

Nobody will want to play your team after you start using this Full Court Press Defense Playbook!
Full Court press defense

Why should you employ a full court pressing defense?

1. You will force turnovers, and it will lead to transition lay-ups.
2. You will wear down your opponent’s legs.
3. You will be able to use your full roster.
4. You will break their rhythm.
5. You will be able to shorten the time that the offense gets a shot.

Those five reasons are just a little bit of why you should use a full court pressing defense.

This full court press defense playbook will take a look at some of the best NCAA Division 1 pressing defenses used today. You will get all the breakdowns and drills to use for these presses.

Shaka Smart- VCU and “HAVOC basketball.”
Mike White- Florida
Rick Pitino- Louisville
Jay Wright- Villanova
Scott Drew- Baylor
Mike Anderson- Arkansas and “Fastest 40” (derived from his mentor Nolan Richardson and “40 Minutes of Hell”)
Bob Huggins- West Virginia and “Press Virginia.”

There are two methods to use for a pressing defense. You can use a high-pressure defense or a slower-paced, soft pressure defense. These methods will help your team become an effective 94-foot pressing team.

This full-court pressing defenses playbook has over 128 pages of full-court press breakdown and drills that will give you an enormous amount of material.

Your press will speed up games and make the possessions lead to steals or wide open shots. We will show you how to put your athletes in all five positions. You will leave how to swarm to the ball and speed up your opponent.

You will want to check out this playbook because it will make your team get over the hump.  You have to mix up how your team plays and confuse your opponents.

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