Off loading a safe pass from the base line needs to be made with confidence and assertion.
This creates a calm environment and avoids placing unnecesary pressure on surrounding players. Having structured options gives the player who is throwing in the ability to look for the safest passage of play.
The illustrated systems are to be used as a guide for you as a coach to assist the team in keeping possession.
These systems can be altered to suit the team’s needs. These systems can assist to eliminate the problem of too many players offering for the one pass. Both shooters need an understanding as to which player throws in. One needs to set up and the other takes the position on the base line.