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  • Improve your team’s communication on defense this season with 2-on-2 Defensive Manipulation.


    Coach TJ Rosene uses this drill to take away weapons from the defensive team to challenge them. When you take away some weapons, you force your defense to:

    1. Find ways to communicate better.
    2. Learn how to get around obstacles.
    3. Trust each other.

    In your practices, you can manipulate the defense in whatever ways will serve your team. Here are some examples to get you started:

    • One defender can only use one hand; the other can use both hands.
    • Neither defender can use their hands.
    • Both defenders can use their non-dominant hand only.

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