I think many here know my story. I've coach R&R for 4-5 years with a lot of success, but those were girls or boys A level rec players. This year, I have B level girls rec players, and we are just a .500 team that has to grind out wins. Although our full and 1/2 court press are good, and we play tough man to man, we just aren't getting enough points. Too many empty possessions, not enough off ball movement, etc. My girls just aren't cutting after passes, let alone hooking/looking, Laker cuts, dribble ats, etc. Against the ubiquitous 2-3 zones we see, I even tried scrapping R&R to see even we could run a basic set. I had my 1 up top, 2 and 3 on the wings, my 5 on the FT line and my 4 on the short corner. I tried to install a simple 1-3-1-1 set. My girl up top would get the ball to the wing. Then my 4 would overload that side and run to the short corner. From there, my wing would Laker cut after passing to the 4, and the other 2 guards will fill up spots. If we didn't hit her, my 5 would try to dive in the paint for a pass from the 4. If that didn't work, we'd try to reverse the ball and try it from the other side. I thought this was simple to understand and used basic R&R principles. It hasn't worked. Either we've faced matchup zones that made it difficult to get the ball in the short corner, or my girl in the short corner get the ball, but fails to hit either the cutter from the wing or the girl diving to the basket. I've tried running traditional R&R, but my girls are not moving. Yes, I know the answer is drilling the movements so that they become instinctual. The season has one game left before the playoffs. Am I better off trying to keep drilling my 1-3-1-1 movement against 2-3 zones? Is there a better/simpler attack against 2-3 zones (that either use R&R principles or don't)? I'm beside myself. I've been spending half our time on fundamentals because I owe it to these girls, but it would be nice to get some solid offensive movement. Any thoughts would be great. Thanks.