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In this edition of Winning Ways Basketball Books, you will find my favorite zone offenses, including the highly effective Orange and Blue offenses that has been my team's bread and butter zone offenses . In this book you will get the step by step progressions of these (and seven other) offenses that is designed to get the ball inside against a zone defense. Whereas, many zone offenses rely on good perimeter shooting, this book will show you how to effectively screen a zone in a way that gets the ball inside. Finally, since most coaches like to use a zone defense to defend the baseline-out-of-bounds situations, this book includes my two favorite in bounds plays against a zone.

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ISBN: 9781482519013
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