As a coach have you ever drew a play up and players line up on the wrong side of the court?
As a player have you ever wondered which side of the court the coach is referring to?
The “Structured Basketball Court” gives the basketball community a universal simple system that allows players and coaches to communicate effectively when discussing locations on the court. Post moves and layups fall under the Red Zone, which are locations 1, 2, and 3. The midrange has been broken down into two ranges. The Pack Line separates the 10s and 20s range, which describes the midrange. The 30s breaks down the three point range. Using a numerical system allows for individuals to differentiate between the left, middle and right sides of the court. The even numbers describe the right hand side of the court. The odd numbers describe the left hand side of the court and the 0s describe the middle of the court. The Structured Basketball Court is offensive and defensive resources that will help you better understand your strengths and weaknesses on the court.
The Structured Basketball Court can be used on any level.
Definitions of Basketball Court Locations
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Larry Roberson was born in Akron, Ohio in 1979. Played college basketball and for the IBL. Coached collegiately and is currently coaching high school basketball in Suitland, MD. Loves the game of basketball and is an innovative coach which strives to learn.