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Baseline out of bounds defense is an automatic basketball return strategy seeking to discourage your opponents the purpose is to force teams to forsake their typical BOB strategy because of the dread of handing the ball over when attempting to inbound against a new defense.
Each member of this basketball team's defense plays a distinct role in the defense's effectiveness. This article explains each player's role in the 1-3-1 BOB defense.
1. Man on the Ball (X4)
Usually, your tallest or most athletic player, the guy in possession of the ball, creates havoc for the inbounder. This player has to maintain his hands in the air, hopping up and down, so he doesn't let the inbounder see wide spaces in the defense.
Your goal is to get the inbounder to dribble or dribble and throw the ball high into the backcourt, ideally leading to a steal and an opportunity for the opposing team to score. Each and every inbounds pass is X4's goal.
The best way to practice this is to invest in a basketball machine, which helps in player shooting and agility.
2. Big Protecting the Rim (X5)
To keep the rim safe, your five-man will be stationed on the ball side of the block. When the baseline out-of-bounds defense plays, he must be looking for anybody diving to the block for easy layups. For five-out scenarios, he must locate the closest offensive player to defend after the ball has been inbounded.
3. Ball Side Wing (X2)
Using a ball machine basketball, get the ball-side wing to be in an athletic position to close out on any corner throws. Those who aren't alert will be screened out of the event. If there are no offensive players in the ball-side corner, the X2 man may step in and assist in preventing passes down the lane line. A pass to the ball side corner will be intercepted by X4 and X2.
4. Weak Side Block (X3)
The weak-side wing's task is to take away weak-side block/basket dives, and corner passes. The weak-side basket dive and corner shooter are the most challenging parts of this position. In this situation, the basket must be protected first and foremost, meaning the weak side dive to the rim must be eliminated.
5. Point Guard Just Inside the FT Line (X1)
When the inbounds lob is thrown, your point guard is the one who goes for the interception like a cornerback. Any pass submitted over the FT line is accepted by X1. The X1 should travel down near the basket or any weak areas if nobody is over the FT line. X1 should take the next pass out the traps in the ball-side corner and towards the wing.
This out-of-bounds defense forces the opposition to attack you from the perimeter. If your team is a great outside shooting team, this out-of-bounds defense will help immensely. It can also apply to in-bounds plays. Remember that using a shooting machine will help keep your players alert and ready to roll.