4 comments on “Zone Attack Rules; Engage Two (Dena)

  1. Of all the things amazing I learned from working with Dick, this is one that really has stuck. Engage ’em (but don’t marry’em) is a visual that sticks when teaching Zone Attack, attacking traps, creating space, setting up teammates, etc. Great advice for players and coaches alike!

    • Hi Coach Czes, I agree that how all of this is taught is much of what makes it so special. All teaching tools that PGC Basketball uses help players learn how to play the game and give them strategies to remember that stuff easily, like schape, manure strip, pee-dribbles ect. Thank you Coach Czes!

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