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March 19: Actions that are Hard to Guard

LA Clippers Executive Kevin Eastman details many of his personal philosophies and shares 17 “Hard to Guard” actions that puts any defensive system in a bind.

4 SUCCESS FACTORS YOU CAN CONTROL

  1. Focus
  2. Enthusiasm
  3. Energy
  4. Effort

6 MAIN AREAS OF HARD TO GUARD ACTIONS

  1. Simultaneous Actions
  2. Multiple Actions
  3. Boomerang Actions (see diagram for example)
  4. Quick Cut Game
  5. Driving the Closeouts
  6. Back cutting Help

Boomerang

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Basketball offense with no inherent threat to score is called “False Offense”. Read & React coaches don’t need to worry about this kind of time waster!

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