maybe if they practiced it more it would be more effective. especially since there running it against the #16 team in the nation thats why it doesn't work. They start picking them up at the 3 point line. which is doing nothing.
Unless those people are hiding there posts I saw no one, unless we get more athletic players in thats the only way people would want it. I guess if you don't get a big enough kick out of losing by 10-20 points we can start losing by 40.
ya dude did u see us do it tonight? evey time we were in a press they had a 2 on 1 at the end with morningstar and aldrich EVERYTIME we fullcourt pressed them. we dont have the athletes to be able to read where the pass is going and STEAL it. not a good idea in my mind. at the end of the game and we need a steal? thats fine. but not in the middle of the game.
Youre completely right. it worked for morgan's teams b/c he had athletic players. we dont. so no. however, we do need to get more agressive.
Unless those people are hiding there posts I saw no one, until we get more athletic players in thats the only way people would want it. I guess if you don't get a big enough kick out of losing by 10-20 points we can start losing by 40.
One of my favorite defenses to watch and run is the 1-3-1 3/4 court trap. You don't have to be athletic, just know your assigments and rotations. It's a ton of fun and VERY frustrating for other teams... I would LOVE to see us run this...
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