When playing against a 2-3 zone in basketball, there is a difference between a good 3 point shot and a bad one. Don’t let your players just pass the ball around the perimeter and eventually shoot a 3 pointer. Run a set play for one of your best shooters, and get the shot you want to shoot. Getting an open 3 pointer will require ball movement, player movement, and usually a good screen.
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There are several ways that you can get a great 3 point shot against a 2-3 zone, but a couple of the most important ones are; ball movement, player movement, driving the gaps, and playing inside out. All of these are important in allowing your team to get a great shot from behind the arc. Make sure that you do a great job as the basketball coach in explaining to your team what is a good shot and what is not. This will really help your shooting percentage against a zone.
This zone basketball play is going to have a baseline runner and a player flashing in the zone, hopefully this will open up a quality shot.
This 2-3 zone basketball play is going to end up with a quality shot for a shooter in the corner, if run the correct way.
This 3 pointer basketball play will be used against a 2-3. It will help get a quality shot rather than passing the ball around until a bad shot is taken.
This zone baseline screen play to use against a 2-3 zone to get one of your better shooters a 3 point shot.