2 comments on “Dangerous Triangles & Positioning Teammates

  1. Good point of making a triangle. I coach High School Basketball, and whenever there is a 2-3 zone. We have players who sit in the corner waiting for a pass, and get caught there. Also the other good point was getting your team-mate in a better position.



    • Hey Gerry, good to hear from you. There is a real difference between being available and being accessible, and further there is a real difference between accessible to your teammates and simultaneously being dangerous to the defense. This kind of stuff is what PGC Basketball is all about, understanding how to play the game. Dena’s points on triangles and positioning teammates help players know exactly to play the game smarter. Thanks for your thoughts. Please keep sharing them!

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