This article discusses coach Mike Divilbiss's Buzz defense and DVD. Also called the " Twilight Zone " defense, it's a variation of the 2-3 zone defense. This zone defense puts defenders in the passing lanes, rather than directly on the ball and causes the offense to make lob passes (instead of straight line passes), and forces the action.
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Twilight of the zone? 'Cuse sticks with it, others move on. Syracuse remains one of the few teams in college basketball that primarily plays a zone defense. Syracuse forward Quincy Guerrier (1 ...
The top-seeded Bears, who play fifth-seeded Villanova on Saturday, for years played a 50-50 split between man-to-man defense and zone, where players are responsible for covering areas of the court. But coach Scott Drew has turned to using man defense almost entirely the past two season, and his personnel is the biggest reason why.
Twilight Of The Zone? 'Cuse Sticks With It, Others Move On It had been nearly a decade since West Virginia coach Bob Huggins had to draw up a game plan to beat the infuriating zone defense run by Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim, going all the way back to their time together in the old Big East.
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Coach Marshall's 2-3 Zone Defense. Point-Zone Defense. Dave Robbins Circle Defense. Buzz Twilight Zone Defense. 1-2-2 and 3-2 Zone Defenses. 1-3-1 Zone Defense. Amoeba Defense. SWARM Defense. Zone defense is different from man-to-man defense in that, instead of guarding a particular player, each zone defender is responsible for guarding an area of the floor, or "zone", and any offensive player that comes into that area.
That extends the defense, creating pockets in the zone and opening lanes to the basket — and that renders it ineffective. In fact, Baylor used that exact game plan when it beat Syracuse in the ...
The top-seeded Bears, who play fifth-seeded Villanova on Saturday, for years played a 50-50 split between man-to-man defense and zone, where players are responsible for covering areas of the court.
The Buzz Defense Mike Divilibus – UWGB We guard passing lanes first. Not people. Force Lobs. Straight line passes will kill this defense. Not a bump 2-3 zone. It must be played Kamakosie. Positioning O O X4 X3 O X5 O X1 X2 O A. X1 is your point guard B. X2 should be tall and athletic C. X5 stays between ball and basket.