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October 16th, 2016

How To Defend The Most Deadly Spot In The Zone

In the video clip, Coach Al Marshall shows you how to defend the ball in the high post with a 2-3 zone defense. Some coaches even refer to the high post as the most deadly spot in the zone. Coach Marshall shows you how to...

Al Marshall's Aggressive 2-3 Zone Defense - The Defense Your Opponents Will Hate!

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For those of you who don't know Al Marshall, he has done pretty impressive things over the years which includes...
  • Led Iowa 8 of 11 years straight in fewest points allowed per game.
  • Led state in defensive field goal percentage 6 straight years.
  • 700+ career wins at the high school level.
  • Ranked 3rd for all-time wins in the state of Iowa.
  • Inducted into the Iowa Basketball Hall of Fame
  • 41 district and conference championships.
Al has shared his secrets and his step-by-step process with us.

Al Marshall is one of the best coaches I know… Does an unbelievable job with 2-3 Zone Defense” - Creighton’s Greg McDermott on Coach Al Marshall

Al Marshall is one of the best coaches that I know. And I was lucky enough to play for him in high school. He, among other coaches, has been instrumental in my coaching development. In addition to coaching basketball, he taught me the value of hard work. And we all know that he does an unbelievable job with his 2-3 zone defense.

- Greg McDermott - Head Coach at Creighton University

Greg McDermott played high school basketball for Al Marshall.

McDermott is the current head coach Creighton University. Under McDermott's tenure, they have ranked as high as #9 including a 2nd place finish in the Big East.

He also coached his son Doug who was National Player of the Year and finished 5th all-time in NCAA scoring.

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