Jim Larranaga of George Mason University and Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl, who “You have to have balance in your offense and defense,” Larranaga said. “For example .. Ball reversal is another important action against a zone defense . Find Jim Larranaga: 3 Zone Offenses to Beat Any Zone Defense (DVD) by Jim Larranaga at Movies & TV, home of thousands of titles on DVD and . with Jim Larranaga, University of Miami Head Coach; AP National Coach of the Year; former George Mason University Head Coach; Final Four.

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He is exactly what you see. Instantly stream this video to any device! Also, a lot of what offfnse shown is based on “when the defense defends Click here to apply Coupon code! He spent the majority of his time on the slice and dice.

Overall pretty good 8 of 8 people found this review helpful. Jim Larranaga combines an on-court clinic presentation with a locker room marker board session to deliver a thorough look at three zone offenses you can use to defeat any zone defense. See three zone offensive attacks you can use against the zone, zone, zone and zone Attack zone defenses based on your personnel and your team’s strengths Learn seven fundamentals you need to attack zone defenses.

Outside of that, I didn’t get much value from this. This DVD shows how to really get some good movement against a zone. Coach Larranaga’s ideas translate to women’s basketball and men’s basketball.


Jim Larranaga: 3 Zone Offenses to Beat Any Zone Defense

He just assumed the defensive forwards would cover them. Other Products You Might Like. I was also upset that he didnt cover his offensive options if the top men in the covered the wings. This offense uses four players on the perimeter and one post to force the defense to move, communicate and change their match ups.

On the negative side – detest the instant video CP has now. Produced at the Spring Tunica, MS clinic minutes. This video has 3 great zone offenses, iim he explains on the board as well as on the court.

Was this review helpful? First, these are not continuity offenses or patterns, as I thought they were. In this DVD, Larranaga combines all of these techniques into his three offenses. This is a mixed bag.

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Having three zone offenses will allow you to kim the best fit for your team based on your personnel and your team’s strengths.

The portion of the dvd was lacking in my opinion. I love his Slice and Dice Offense He gives you a lot of options some good, some meaningless.

Add to Wish List. This offense uses a 4-Out formation and diagonal passing, down screens, back screens and penetration to break down the zone and create open shots. Order now and learn to take on zone offenses from one of the great teachers of the game.

This Coupon Expires at midnight on January 31, A very good video. This power game offense utilizes two post players inside and allows them to carve out space, set screens and create good shots for themselves and the perimeter players. I probably will convert it to a continuity pattern to fit my needs, but will never use the more offehse parts of the offense.


Larranaga demonstrates each zone offense on a marker board as well as on the floor in a 5-on-0 and 5-on-5 setting. Buy Now, Watch Now!

He is a very simple man when it comes to explaining things and his videos exemplify that IMO, which makes him as good as he is. Thought this was a good one. Get Your Zonf Catalog. He spends time at the blackboard showing each of his 3 sets, then shows it 5 on 5. They are great offenses, and have helped our team out a great deal.

I have watched it 2x already and will be using it coming our conference play. I liked that he both showed the offenses on the white board and then on the court. In any zone offense, you must emphasize ball movement, man movement, screening, dribble penetration, and offensive rebounding. The second offense is based on a lot of lobs, and again, on assumptions of what the defense will do.