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Friday, November 6, 2009


One of the primary principles of our motion zone offensive attack at LSU is to keep a post presence behind the zone. It doesn't have to be -- nor do we want it to be the same player. But we want a rotation of players working behind the zone. We believe that getting behind the zone will do the following:

1. Stretches the zone

2. Opens seams up in the zone for flashing

3. Allows more effective flash for player that is behind the zone

4. Give your player behind the zone great vision of the floor

5. Creates offensive rebounding positioning