Drive left vs. zone defense From Aaron Olson, former head varsity girls coach, Lomira High School, Wisconsin
DIAGRAM 1: 1 passes to 3 to force X1 to match up with 3.
DIAGRAM 2: Once X1 matches up with 3, 4 sets a back pick on X2. 3 passes to 1. 1 uses the screen from 4 to dribble into the middle of the lane.
DIAGRAM 3: 5 loops behind the zone to the opposite block, which clears space for 4. 4 cuts hard to the block. 1 has the option to shoot, pass to 2 in the corner, 4 rolling or 5 sneaking behind the zone.
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