Posted by andreliem on
April 1, 2009
The L Stack is a newer type of offensive strategy that has being used sparingly by few teams. It’s very uncommon to see an L Stack for beginner teams and is best suited for experienced teams with a speed advantage. A L Stack is exactly what it sounds like, a stack that is shaped like a L. There are many ways to create a L Stack and this example below is just one way of using the strategy
The formation consists of 2-3 handlers back and then a stack of players that are slightly slanted and isolated from one side of the field. The L Stack gives lane cutters and handlers a lot of space to cut on the field. It’s almost like a vertical stack but with much more emphasis on having the cutting player isolated on one side. The demonstration below shows a typical vertical stack turning into a L stack.
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