Zero-Basic Basketball Training Sharing 15 (Basic defensive coordination)

Zero-Basic Basketball Training Sharing 15 (Basic defensive coordination)

Basic defensive coordination is a simple coordination formed between two or three players in a basketball game in order to destroy opponent's attacking coordination. Basic defensive tactics coordination includes capturing, passing, bypassing, closing door, flanking, replenishing defenses, and exchanging defensive coordination.

1. Protective Cover Coordination

1. Protective cover method

(1) Take a match

This is one of positive and effective ways to break screen coordination. As setter approaches him, defender must actively step forward, approach defending opponent, squeeze past setter, and continue to guard his opponent.

①Pass ball to ③ and then cover ②. When ② approaches him, he quickly steps forward to get close to ② and grabs between ② and ① to continue defending ②.

Zero-Basic Basketball Training Sharing 15 (Basic defensive coordination)

(2)Straight fit

This is a coordination that destroys screen and prevents enemy in time. When attacker is covering, defender must remind his comrades in time and take a step back so that his comrades can pass between themselves and covering in time to continue to protect their opponents.

①Pass ball to ② and go to screen for ③. ①Remind your comrades in time, ③When ① is in place, take initiative to take a step back, walk between ① and ①, and continue to defend ③.

Zero-Basic Basketball Training Sharing 15 (Basic defensive coordination)

(3) Coordination bypass

This is another form of cooperation that destroys opponent's on-screen coordination and defends his opponent in time. When attacker covers, defender actively approaches opponent, allowing his partner to bypass him and continue to defend. his opponent.

③Pass ball to ② and go to cover it, ② pass ball to ① and use screen ③ to hit basket, ② and ③ get around ③ from behind and continue to defend ②.

Zero-Basic Basketball Training Sharing 15 (Basic defensive coordination)

(4) Exchange of defensive coordination

This is a method of coordination in which defending players react to and exchange defensive opponents in a timely manner to disrupt coordination of attacking team's cover.

② Go to cover ①, ② take lead to send a signal to your teammates to switch players, and block breakthrough path ① to basket in time. At this time, ① must adjust his defensive position in time to prevent ② from hitting the basket.

Zero-Basic Basketball Training Sharing 15 (Basic defensive coordination)

2. Tips

(1) Stay close to opponent when running, timely step forward and move suddenly, and players who are defending from cover should remind each other.

(2) When passing, it is necessary to remind comrades in time and actively give way, adjust defensive position and distance.

(3) When using exchange coordination, shielder must remind his teammates in time that two defenders must be in place before switching defenses in time to avoid defensive errors.

Second, close cooperation

Closing door cooperation refers to a method of cooperation in which two defenders approach and cooperate to protect and break through.

1. Door closing method

When ① breaks to right, ① and ② will "close door"; if broken to left, ① and ③ will "close door".

Zero-Basic Basketball Training Sharing 15 (Basic defensive coordination)

2. Tips

Defenders must actively block path of breakthrough, and defenders on side closest to breakthrough must approach their teammates in order to "close door" in time, leaving no gaps for breakthrough. Shut door coordination is also often used in zone defense.

Three, flanking cooperation

This refers to a collaborative method in which two defenders take sudden action at same time, purposefully blocking and surrounding ball carrier. Flank coordination - defensive coordination of offensive and destructive machine guns, capable of effectively controlling actions of players with ball, creating huge psychological pressure on opponent, creating mistakes for opponent and creating opportunities to intercept ball from team.

1. Flanking method

② Break through bottom line, ② block bottom line, make ② stop ball, ① quickly run to bottom line and cooperate with ② to pinch ②, block his passing path and make him break law or make mistakes.

Zero-Basic Basketball Training Sharing 15 (Basic defensive coordination)

2. Tips

(1) First of all, choose position and time of claw attack. When opponent dribbles or stops ball, this is a good time to flank. The best position to flank is near corner and center line.

(2) When using flank, keep moderately close to body of opponent and do not push or push so as not to provoke fouls. Don't change correct flank or body position just to grab ball in an opponent's hand in a hurry.

(3) After a pinch attack has been formed, other players must take positions alternately at any time to strictly prevent ball from being tackled by opposing players in near field of ball.

Fourthly, additional defense cooperation

Refers to a method of cooperative defensive cooperation in which defender immediately leaves his opponent when his partner misses a defense and goes to catch up with attacker, and missed defender must switch to another attacker in time.

1. Complementary Defense Cooperation Method

① After passing ball to ②, suddenly get rid of defense ① and go straight to basket. At this time, ⑤ gives up defense ⑤ and closes defense ①, ① goes to make up defense ⑤.

Zero-Basic Basketball Training Sharing 15 (Basic defensive coordination)

2. Tips

(1) When defending, observe team's defensive situation at all times and have a strong sense of additional protection. As soon as there is a miss in defense, neighboring players will decisively supplement defense, and missed defense team will set up defense in time.

(2) Adjust defensive position in time after defensive increase and still maintain position considering both person and ball.

May 14, 2023