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    Stagger screens and dribble hand offs


    Stagger Screens and Dribble Hand offs
    ( DHO) are tough to defend!

    Thats why you need weak side defensive alertness vs the Stagger...here comes one screen and bang here comes the 2nd one! Fighting to get maneuver n the crowd to locate the offensive player or communicate switch outs is important...or giving space to the fellow defender to allow him to "get out".

    DHO...chase the ball handler...talk on the screen...go under? go over?..alert off the ball defenders must view both their man and the ball to guard against the movement as it can disrupt the defense....

    I can talk ball all day!
    1-What does not move is dead.What has speed,and mobilty has more possibilities,more life...quickness creates luck.

    2- Your Defense is only as good as your HELP/ROTATING defenders.

    3-Games are won while the ball is in the air.


    4- You design your roster to win a 7 game series not a one game confrontation.

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    Stagger - Can you expand a bit more on this. Can't see this on the radio. Are the Hornets doing this too? Good stuff. Keep it coming.

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    All teams use a variety of "stagger screens"...one example...an offensive player w/o the ball receives a screen...and then another one is set by another player...its a multi screen offensive action...forces defenders to battle in the traffic and communicate....like a delayed double screen......different angles can be used...

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