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Basketball Play - Iso "4"

Iso "4"

Randy Brown 04/25/2014

Triple stack at free throw line give this play a unique look. 3 breaks out of stack and catches on left wing, followed by on ball screen from 5. 4 down screens for 1 and pops out to catch. 4 has right side of floor for one on one isolation situation. See More

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Basketball Play - Swing-Swing


Randy Brown 04/24/2014

2 swings through to start the action. 1 and 3 cut as ball is reversed to 3 up top. On pass, 2 swings through the lane to the right wing for shot. 4 posts after screening for post feed opportunity. Other option is 1 coming off down screen from 5. See More

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Basketball Play - 14 Curl/Triple

14 Curl/Triple

Randy Brown 04/23/2014

Many scoring opportunities exist with this play. 2 and 3 may get free for a shot or drive from the initial flare screens by 4-5. Next, 5 cuts down lane with screen from 4. Finally, 2 takes triple stagger to get open for shot on left side. See More

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Basketball Play - Door


Randy Brown 04/23/2014

This is a proven set play for a three point shot attempt late in the game. 3 is used as a decoy to catch, return pass to 1, and curl over screens by 4-5. 1 drives the ball from left to right as 2 cuts between 4-5 as they screen and "shut the door." This will free 2 for open three point shot. See More

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Basketball Play - Double Curl Special

Double Curl Special

Randy Brown 04/22/2014

Guarding the curl is a difficult defensive assignment. This play incorporates two curls for scoring easy baskets. Play starts with back screen for 4, followed by cross screen for 3 curling to the goal. The second curl is set up with ball reversal to 5 and a down screen by 4 to free 2 in the lane. See More

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Basketball Play - Line Twist

Line Twist

Kyle Gilreath 04/21/2014

Yesterday's 1st round Playoffs Game 1 between the Brooklyn Nets and Toronto Raptors was an interesting one. For the majority of the 2nd-half, the Raptors PA announcer was the shot clock as the clocks were malfunctioning on both ends of the floor. Jason Kidd drew up the play below with having 3.7 seconds in mind. However, as the Nets broke their timeout, they were informed there was only 2.7 on the shot clock (stop watch). Either way time did not end up being a factor as Pierce was able to break free for this catch & shoot to increase the Nets' lead. See More

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Basketball Play - Chop


Alan Peel 04/17/2014

This is a play that was made popular by the University of Kansas that many teams have adopted for late-game situations. For more, check out the website, sign up for a membership, and get your first 30 days free. See More

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