How To Defend The Ball Screen (With Drill)

By Joe Haefner

How To Defend The Ball Screen (With Drill)

If you don’t properly defend the ball screen, the opposing team will get unlimited high-percentage shots via dribble penetration, the screener rolling to the basket, and passing out to open shooters if the defense collapses. If you don’t defend this situation properly, one little play can destroy your …

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  1. colin — December 2, 2015 @ 11:36 pm

    Defending ball screens is a very hard thing to do especially when you are trying to recover. The best way is to have the big man do a hard hedge allowing the original defender to get back quickly

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