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1 Deuces Classic and Options

2 Offensive Theory Motion vs Patterned Zone Questions…. How many ya hiding? Ball handlers- how many ya got? Man or Zone..same –just different Simple to complex.. Peak at the end Improve Stick skills and slow the game down.

3 Why the 2-2-2? You can hide 2 on the crease – 4 on the perimeter versus 5 Picks on crease Great dodging set for midfielders Simplicity of the offense- it is motion oriented

4 Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Basic Alignment – Basic Rules Crease Attackmen 1. Ball at midfield – attackmen are flat and low 2.Ball with wing attack ball on the side -attackmen are stacked and off ball pipe 3.Ball behind with wing attack- attackmen are flat high –out of the way. Figure 1 A1A2 M3A3 M1M2 Crease are low -flat Wing attack at GLE

5 Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Basic Rules : Perimeter Players – break at 45 degree angle to get ball – thinking two passes a head A1A2 M3A3 M1M2 Crease are low -flat Wing attack at GLE

6 Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Work the ball quickly to X behind A1 A2 M3 A3 M1M2 Creasemen should stack – on opposite pipe – 6 yds above crease and 1 yd apart

7 Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder As ball moves to wing – A1 behind – option 1 A1 A2 M3 A3 M1M2 A3 Flashes first, M3 cutsoff A3’s flash – keeping within the cylinder of the pipes

8 Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder As ball moves to wing – A1 behind – option 2 A1 A2 M3 A3 M1M2 A3 Flashes first, M3 pops off A3’s flash – keeping within the cylinder of the pipes

9 Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder If no option available move ball to opposite side A1 A2 M3 A3 M1M2

10 Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder A1 A2 M3A3 M1 M2 After giving the ball to # M2, # 1 cuts back door– do not force— # 2 gives # 1 a quick look and dodges right away; Do not set up the dodge! Get the ball and go!!!!. The idea here is that the offense has been in full motion at this point; therefore so has the defense. If the # 2 Middie waits, the defense has time to set up for the dodge and adjust its slides. The # 2 middie must choose a side and dodge; after 1 cuts back door, he stops at the center of the field and faces # 2 with his back to the goal. The distance should be enough so that # 1 can get out of the way in time should Middie # 2 dodge to the left.

11 Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder A1 A2 M3A3 M1 M2 If # 2 chooses to dodge to his right, and the D man covering # 1 decides to double team # 2, Middie # 1 rolls right ( since he is facing the dodger) shouts “Double” for the ball and will probably have an open shot or he can initiate a 2 on 1 on the opposite side of the dodge ( with # A1 sneaking) ; when the ball is up top the creasemen # 5 and 6 should be low against the crease screening the goalie.

12 Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder A1 A2 M3A3 M1 M2 If # 2 chooses to dodge to his right, and the D man covering # 1 decides to double team # 2, Middie # 1 rolls right ( since he is facing the dodger) shouts “Double” for the ball and will probably have an open shot or he can initiate a 2 on 1 on the opposite side of the dodge ( with # A1 sneaking) ; when the ball is up top the creasemen # 5 and 6 should be low against the crease screening the goalie. M3 –screens; A3 bails

13 Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder A1 A2 M3A3 M1 M2 If M2 has a ½ step – he tries to get s shot off; if not – he passes moves ball to X behind via A2 and A1 M3 –screens; A3 bails

14 Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder Diagram # 1—Basic Alignment—* general rule: creasemen are low near crease when ball is on top Diagram # 2 Work the ball to “point behind” quickly ; Creasemen should be stacked; creasemen should be 6 yds off crease and 1 yard apart from each other and never wander outside the cylinder of the cage. # 4 with ball should attack the cage and the two creasemen should cut off each others shoulder A1 A2 M3 A3 M1 M2 A3 cuts- if nothing; the offense is back to a set to start the action again.

15 Options Wing Attack dodge A2 A1 MM M A

16 Options Midfield Sweep A2 A1 MM M A M2 clears, crease stacks. A 2 stays low – if passed to looks inside for flash and cut

17 Options Midfield Criss Cross A2 A1 MM MA Perhaps then go into a 2-4 set for a change up.

18 Options Stacks A2 A1 MM MA

19 Zone with a Crack O

20 Shooting Drill O 0 0


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