Coach Senderoff is the head coach at Kent State University and now you can learn some of the same keys to victory he teaches his players!
- Don’t just survive against a zone defense - attack it with these proven plays from Coach Rob Senderoff
- See important basic sets, quick sets, and more plays that can break up zones and take advantage of their defensive liabilities
- Learn how you can still find high percentage offense against zones, with techniques for inbounding, using the lane lines, skip plays, and more
- Coach Senderoff is the head coach at Kent State University, and helped bring home a MAC Championship
Facing A Zone Defense Can Keep Many A Coach Up At Night. Learn How To Beat The Zone Consistently From One Of The Best Offensive Minds In The Same: Rob Senderoff, Head Coach At Kent St. University!
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What Will You Learn?
Sharpen your zone offense with Kent State Head Coach Rob Senderoff as he shows you how to create favorable matchups and find high percentage shots with these techniques and plays. Use Coach Senderoff’s coaching to help your entire team play more unified, fundamental basketball with proven concepts for effective scoring against the zone.
A zone defense can be a huge problem for an unprepared team, but now with Coach Senderoff’s help you can build offense against 1-3-1, 2-3, and 3-2 zones that will pressure defenders and force them into bad matchups. Turn a stubborn zone against them with plays for skipping, shaking, slashing, and more.
Coach Rob Senderoff is the head coach for the Kent State Golden Flashes, where he has helped the team earn conference championships and NCAA tournament bids. Now you can learn from him, with some of the same playbook that he uses at the elite collegiate level.
This series will give you basics and fundamentals for early success, and then help you build up to a total gameplan that can help simplify the concepts and let teams of any level succeed. Pick up this instructional now for lessons in lane lines, hugging the sideline, using a man in the middle, and how quick sets can be key in this comprehensive series.