WHY NOT USE A ZONE DEFENSE?

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    WHY NOT USE A ZONE DEFENSE?

    A ZONE DEFENSE CONFUSES MIAMI WHY NOT INSTALL TO IMPROVE THE C'S OVERALL DEFENSIVE PROBLEM. THE BEST TEACHER OF THE 2-3 ZONE DEFENSE IS JIM BEHEIM AT SYRACUSE. HIRED HIM AS A CONSULTANT WHEN NEEDED AND SEE WHAT RETURNS ON THE NVESTMENT. ALL COMMENTS WELCOME.
     
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    [QUOTE]A ZONE DEFENSE CONFUSES MIAMI WHY NOT INSTALL TO IMPROVE THE C'S OVERALL DEFENSIVE PROBLEM. THE BEST TEACHER OF THE 2-3 ZONE DEFENSE IS JIM BEHEIM AT SYRACUSE. HIRED HIM AS A CONSULTANT WHEN NEEDED AND SEE WHAT RETURNS ON THE NVESTMENT. ALL COMMENTS WELCOME.
    Posted by bobbestgolf[/QUOTE]

    It definitely seems like a good idea.  Anything that can improve this team couldn't hurt. 
     
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    The way to beat a zone is to have good shooters which most pro teams have at least one starter who is. Miami does not. Lebron and D Wade are both slashers. And Miami is not going to take two of the best players in the league out to put in a good shooter. In stints the zone can work just because of its match up with the personel on the court but it won't work if the celts use it as their primary defense.
     
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    YES BUT THE ZONE MAKES THE OPPONENT A JUMP SHOOTING TEAM AND PROVIDES YOU WITH CLOSER REBOUNDERS NEARER THE BASKET.

     
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    [QUOTE]If only the Celts used the zone in 2010, against the Lakers in the Finals, banner #18 would already be hanging on the rafters of TD Garden. The Suns beat the Lakers twice, Game 3 and 4, and came close to beating the Lakers in Game 5 of the WCF using the zone defense. I don't know why Doc never even tried using zone against the Lakers in the Finals.
    Posted by Fiercest34[/QUOTE]

    That's because Kobe would drain trifecta's all night against the zone if he got hot.  If your going to play a zone against the Lakers, it really needs to be a box and one.
     
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    Re: WHY NOT USE A ZONE DEFENSE?

    we already use the zone in spurts, you cant use it the entire game.
     
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    We have a switching man to man that can sag when needed.  Not that much different. Plus if you have problems rebounding a zone can make things worse.  Not that anybody in green is getting a body on anyone anyway.
     
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    [QUOTE]We have a switching man to man that can sag when needed.  Not that much different. Plus if you have problems rebounding a zone can make things worse.  Not that anybody in green is getting a body on anyone anyway.
    Posted by cole-ely[/QUOTE]

    I agree. It is much harder to rebound in a zone. In a man to man you box out (I know the C's don't box out). In a zone you have to find the nearest man in the area to box out which is much more difficult. A quicker man will run right around you when you go to box him out. I think we need to be a little more concerned with our rebounding than our overall defessive effort.
     
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