Low Post Play

Low Post Play - Low Post Play Positioning Above the block....

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Low Post Play Positioning Above the block. If you get too low and you turn toward the baseline you will be behind the basket. Maintain a stance position. Have your feet a little wider than shoulder width, bending at the Knees and not at waist. Catch the ball and chin it with elbows out. Don’t want to give defenders a chance slap ball away on a cover downs Always look middle after the catch. The reason being, double teams will more than likely come from the high side. Try to catch the ball without declaring a pivot foot. Try to maintain deep post position After catching the ball, do not predetermine what move you will execute. Always make your move according to what the defense does Back to the basket moves Middle dribble to jump hook or jump shot After looking middle and offensive player assesses defenders position he/she drop steps across the lane with one or two dribbles to get to his shot. It is important to remember that when drop stepping across lane that
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This note was uploaded on 12/25/2009 for the course ESS 170B taught by Professor Beaniy during the Fall '09 term at UCSB.

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