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This play works for teams running the Read & React offense by using Layer 1 rules, adjusting the timing and adding screens at the end of the basket cut.
This has two options off this action so you can run the play multiple times.
This play gets your best player in a pick and roll situation while also getting 2 quick looks for lay-ups to keep the defense honest. I've attached two ending options for you to decide which fits your needs the best.
This is a good zone continuity offense to use against a 2 front zone. It creates many shot opportunities and is easy to master and add quick hitters and adjustments. I can send you the breakdown drills and shooting drills we do with this offense. email@example.com
This zone set is a lot of fun to run. Anytime you can get the defense to bite and give up a lay up it's a blow to their pride and gets them doubting and guessing. After this works, try not to smile too big.
This is a play that you can use vs a MatchUp zone as a continuity or vs a 2 front zone as a set play. The play uses timing and screens to attack the defense and force defenders to decide who to guard.
This is a fun set to install. The players will love it and you'll love the result. We use a pass I first saw late one night watching FIBA basketball on NBATV. Think Manu Ginobili type play. Your player passing will sprint to the baseline, jump out of bounds and complete a cross court pass.
I like this pass because if the defense tips it you get to run a BLOB (see my other posts) and most defenders, mine included are going to stop at the baseline. If they don't, again, hit them and its a BLOB opportunity.
Anytime you can get two plays from the same set you are at an advantage vs the defense and against coaches who have scouted you. Using a screen vs the zone causes confusion and when done correctly gets you an open shot.
In this series the same set is used but by changing who is screened it creates different open shots.