Trail Trap

Trail Trap: 2-on-2

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2-on-2 Trail Trap works on the situation where the dribbler is turned and the closest weakside defender traps the ball.

Trail Trap: When the Inbounder Clears Out

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When the inbounder clears out the closest weakside defender becomes the trapper in the Trail Trap. Coach Oliver explains this common situation and how to

Trail Trap: The Geometry of Recovery

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Understanding how to recovery is important. The offense is unpredictable so the defense will have to be effective at recovering and covering up for mistakes.

Trail Trap: Team Edits

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Learn as the University of Windsor Basketball Team uses the Trail Trap with explanations from Coach Oliver.

Trail Trap: Covering the Deepest Pass

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The back end defender’s are essential to making the Trail Trap effective. Coach Oliver explains how to cover the deepest pass.

Trail Trap: Acting, Ballside Weakside Wing ...

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Using deception is an important tool for success in the Trail Trap. Coach Oliver explains the acting required to mask the Trail Trap action from

Trail Trap: 4-on-4

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The most effective way to develop the Trail Trap is out of 4-on-4 and 5-on-5 competitive situations as it most realistically simulates game conditions. In

Trail Trap: 3-on-3

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The Trail Trap is explained out of a 3-on-3 situation with a focus on the defender covering the inbounder and the ballside wing.

Trail Trap: 1-on-1 Turn the Ball

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Learning how to turn the dribbler is essential to the success of the Trail Trap defense. Coach Oliver discusses the technique and philosophy behind turning the