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« on: November 06, 2009, 07:08:05 AM »

We have a 3 on 3 tourny coming up for my high school team, we have practices once a week and I use the last one to just run scrims of 3 on 3. I know conditioning is going to be huge but other the that is there any other big factors in a 3 on 3 tournys or any strats to run?
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« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2009, 11:12:22 AM »

cant say theres a lot of info on it but Ive played in a 3on3 before and I would say a lot of give and go's work.

its easy to burn your defender but you have to do it quickly.

no one person will be a handler either, everyone touches it a lot, and you have to make quick cuts and the timing is important as well.

because if you get stuck or cant cut in for a few seconds, then you only leave one other option for your handler.

think of your offense as a revolving door, everyone moves in and must cycle around to keep it going. find your force side and just keep moving it up field.

those are just some suggestions.
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