Conhecer a terminologia da modalidade faz parte da cultura especifica dos treinadores. Junto a terminologia adoptada para a defesa. "Some Defensive Terminology used by retired longtime Utah Jazz assistant Gordie Chiesa.
I hope you can find a couple of things to apply to your defensive terminology and system."
Back on the Raise — when the shooter raises on his shot and the ball is released, two opposite defenders are sprinting back to half court in defensive transition.
“Backside Help” — Helpside Defense
Ballside/Backside — Divide the court down the middle. The ballside is where the ball is and the backside is where it is not.
Basketline — A direct imaginary line that illustrates ballside and back side defense.
Beat to Point — When the dribbler gets his head and shoulder by his defender, the defender must pick an angle and sprint to re-establish good defensive position to get the dribbler under control.
Bump & Under — defending cross-screen action, “lock-in” to the cutter, take the cutter to the screen and “release” and go under the screen and meet the cutter
Buying Time — One defender playing two offensive players by “stunting until a teammate can recover to his man.
Circle the Post — the post defender constantly changing post position.
Close Out — A defensive technique of getting Control of your body to contain the dribbler or challenge the shot. This happens when the defender gives help and now is rotating to the open shooter.
Contain — Staying in front of the dribbler, getting the ball handler under control.
Contest — No easy passes or shots, hand up, always challenging.
Corral the Dribbler — Nearest defender in the middle of the floor is in position and directing the defender on the dribbler. He is in a containment mode.
Corral Stance — The defender on the ball’s body position is influencing the dribbler to above the elbow area.
Dig out in Post — Perimeter defender drops to help, then challenges the post player’s dribble in the lane.
Eight Defense — an attempt in the back-court to create an 8 second violation. If the ball is passed to the front court at the end of a game, automatic foul
“Empty” — An offensive player leaves the strong-side area.
Fire – early trap before the screen is set on pick and roll coverage.
Footfakes – Quick step fakes by offensive players. The defensive player takes these fakes by creating space with the back foot to allow proper reaction.