|Author:||John S Egli|
|Publisher:||Parker Pub. Co (1970)|
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The sliding zone defense for winning basketball. Hardcover With him as a high school coach, Webster's teams. Coaching Basketball's Zone Offenses. Although his high scholl record is quite impressive, it was at the college level that Webster introduced the classic "Amoeba" defense.
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Created in the 1950s by John Egli, who coached at Penn State University, I. .Taken from the book OWN THE ZONE, Don Casey and Ralph Pim, McGraw-Hill, 2007. Fiba assist magazine 30 2008 page 25.
Created in the 1950s by John Egli, who coached at Penn State University, I expanded upon his basic concepts to create various options. When you adopt this 3-2 defense, its fundamental to keep the ball outside the middle lane of the court and the post area. In diagram 4, defensive slides are shown when the ball is passed from 1 to 4. X4 defends 4 by using the man-to-man fundamentals. X2 double-teams the ball handler with X4, while X5 guards any opponent who comes in the low post. Related Interests.
John Egli, head basketball coach at Penn State from 1955 to 1968, died .
John Egli, head basketball coach at Penn State from 1955 to 1968, died today at Centre Community Hospital after a long illness with cancer. He was 61 years old. Mr. Egli's teams won 187 games and lost 135 while he was coach, and he led the Nittany Lions into three postseason tournaments. Penn State gained berths in the 1955 and 1965 National Collegiate Athletic Association championships and the 1966 National Invitation Tournament. Egli became known as one of the leading practitioners of the zone defense during his coaching days. Born in Williamsport, P. Egli was graduated from Penn State in 1943.
Why Zone Defense is Effective in Youth Basketball I’ve heard every argument in the book from coaches in favor of running zones.
Why Zone Defense is Effective in Youth Basketball. I think we call all agree that no youth basketball team should ever lose by any number close to 50 points. Using a zone defense can turn a would-be blowout game that’s embarrassing for the players, into a closer and more respectable game. But if you are forced to resort to this zone strategy just to stay competitive, one thing is very clea. our team is playing against the wrong competition. I’ve heard every argument in the book from coaches in favor of running zones. Some of them are legitimate, others I find to be ignorant nonsense.
Zone defense is often effective in stopping dribble penetration and one-on-one moves. On a personal note, I believe that all kids must develop their man-to-man defensive skills first. I believe youth basketball leagues should limit the use of zones to the older age groups. On the other hand, some high school and college coaches treat zone defense almost as if using it were blasphemous, or an admission of inferiority! At the upper levels, I believe you should assess your team's strengths and weaknesses as well as your opponent's, and the game situation, and use whatever tool you need.
Jack Bennett will run whatever defense is needed to win a basketball game; this philosophy has led his teams to back-to-back NCAA D-III Basketball Championships. In this DVD, Coach Bennett details his man-to-man "gap" defense and his two basic zone defenses
Jack Bennett will run whatever defense is needed to win a basketball game; this philosophy has led his teams to back-to-back NCAA D-III Basketball Championships. In this DVD, Coach Bennett details his man-to-man "gap" defense and his two basic zone defenses. He reveals the four goals of his gap defense and shows how these goals are accomplished.