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  1. Methodical teaching of the initiation to collective systems (defense end attack)

  2. Individual Tactical Basic tactical intentions That mean to learn the basic principles of the game: • Attack • If I have the ball: shoot, progress to goal, pass the ball. • If I don’t have the ball: to move for received the ball. • Defense • Defendingthegoal • Recover the ball

  3. Specific tactical intentions Develop of the individual behaviors in different circumstances of the game: • Attack • Choose where and how pass the ball • Choose pass or shoot • What kind of shoot used • Best moment to shoot • Look for and to move to free spaces • Etc. • Defense • Workagainst the opponent (Screening) • Work related with the ball (Interceptions) • Collective work (Helping) We have to develop this behaviors, first of all in global spaces (more and less reduced) and then practice them on the specific spaces.

  4. Collective Tactical Collectivemeans Coordinated actions between 2 or 3 players. Such as: • Attack • Crossing • Screening • Pass and go • Etc. • Defense • Taking over (Changing opponents) • Sliding through • Etc. We have to practice them directly on specific spaces. Once again we have to notice that this movements are also based on a correct individual tactical.

  5. Collectivesystems • Attack Wecandevelop the knowledge of offensive systems in three steps: 1. General philosophy of the game against different kind of defenses: • Closed defenses: Near 6 meters line • Open defenses: Lot of players out of the first line • Superiority or inferiority • Basic idea of fast break 2. Basic combinations against different defenses: • Transformations of the system • Basic movements of two backcourt with two pivots • Backcourt crossing in coordination with pivot • Changes of the sense the ball in coordination with pivot • Etc. 3. Specific systematic of each team.

  6. Defense The process could be similar to the attack. The principal difference is that in defense the firs step (General philosophy of open and closed defenses) is the most important and it mark the develop of the others. For that reason we try to explain the general differences between both kind of basic defenses. In reality almost all system have some percentage of open and closed. Any way we try to defined a little more the situation: We have three aspects to considered: • The structure: That means the initial positions of the players. We can distingue three parameters. • Width • Depth • Density

  7. The general tendency of actions of the players: • Anticipation • Reaction • The general action against different circumstances of the game: • Tendency to the ball • Tendency to the opponent • Previous help (Dissuasion) • Help after fellow-player mistake

  8. In the following graphic we can find the general characteristic of both kind of defenses.

  9. If our players have a good performance in the individual tactical aspect (Screening, Interception, Helping) and they know how to interpreted them in the different kind of defenses, they could develop any collective system.

  10. Made by: Prof. Coach BorceMarkovski