Protection Plans (Find, Use, Create)

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When we drive the ball, we intend to score or at least get a shot off but the majority of the time that doesn't happen. In this video we explore some of the concepts to transfer the ball, explore the defense and come to controlled stops on neutralized penetration attempts. We call them protection plans, and we consider them a part of the "offense within the offense."

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