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The box and 1 defense is a junk defense commonly used against teams with one great offensive player surrounded by players of less offensive talent. Quick Note: For those that aren’t familiar with the term, a ‘junk defense’ is a defense that combines man-to-man and zone principles together.
A box and one zone Defense is when you have 4 players in a box zone around the key and with your best defender... This is a Box and One Zone Basketball Defense.
The Box and 1 is a hybrid defense that combines elements of man to man and zone to try to confuse opposing offenses. This defense is great as an "change of pace" style defense or as a gameplan technique to shut down an opposing team that has an offense primary run through a single player. Primarily the Box and 1 will want to be used against teams that shoot poorly from the perimeter as the box focuses heavily on keeping the ball away from the basket.
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Gut - this play is designed to take advantage of your two Low Box Defenders Starting Positions 1 at top of the key and 2 on the wing 3 (Star Player) on same side as 2 on low block 4 and 5 on low blocks Frame 1 1 starts with the ball at the top and passes to 2 on the wing Frame 2 As that pass happens, 3 cuts to opposite elbow 5 cuts to ball-side corner 2 passes to 5 in the corner Frame 3 After passing, 2 makes a basket cut 1 fills 2 spot on the wing 5 can look for a pass back to 2 cutting or ...
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A box-and-one defense is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. In it, four players on the defensive team play in zone with two players up and two players down (a box) and one player guards man...
In this great video, Drew outlines the alignments and adjustments for box-and-one coverage using chalkboard and on-court demonstration. Particular attention is paid to high post denial, defending against flash-cutters, and adjusting to offensive overloads.
A brief explanation of what a Box and 1 defense is. Also an explanation of a Triangle and 2 Defense.