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Basketball Play - Villanova Wildcats - Stack DHO to Ball Screen SLOB

Villanova Wildcats - Stack DHO to Ball Screen SLOB

Tony Miller 04/01/2018

The Wildcats ran this SLOB several times during the semifinal matchup vs Kansas. At the 13:17 in the second half, the inbounder looked to Spellman (5) for a short corner turnaround jumper (seen in Frame 1). In the first half (14:21), Brunson (1) used the ball screen to set up the fill behind shooter after Spellman's ball screen (Frame 3). Final Four Breakdown: Villanova Wildcats - XsOs Behind the Dominance See More

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Basketball Play - Loyola-Chicago - Chin Stagger DHO

Loyola-Chicago - Chin Stagger DHO

Matt Wheeler 03/30/2018

Loyola-Chicago uses this play to shift the defense from one side of the floor to the other by allowing the ball to touch a different side of the floor at least four times during a given possession. Each time the ball switches sides of the floor, defensive players on the weak side of the floor have to sprint into help. When the ball gets back on their side of the floor, they then have to close out to contain the ball. Forcing the defense to move and make continual closeouts usually results in defensive breakdowns. This is how the Ramblers are able to attack the paint and get open shots. See More

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Basketball Play - UMBC - Middle STS

UMBC - Middle STS

Kevin Bruinsma 03/28/2018

This is a set UMBC ran against Virginia in their upset victory in the NCAA Tournament. I love the action because the guard that screens for the big to set a ball screen then comes off a 5 man screen to the corner. His man should be in the hole to defend the pick and roll, and when he recovers he has to ellude a screen. See More

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Basketball Play - Flood C vs Match-up Zone

Flood C vs Match-up Zone

Rory Hamilton 03/26/2018

"Flood C" is a set to run vs a Match-up Zone Defense. It is the counter to "Flood" and is run to get a 3pt shot from the corner. The play begins the same way as flood and the action stays the same. Where this play differs from Flood is that instead of throwing back to the 1 after the drag dribble, 2 throws it right back to the 4. 5 sets a screen on the bottom of the zone and 3 comes back ball side looking to catch and shoot behind 5's screen. Blog Post: Keys to Attacking a Match-up Zone See More

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Basketball Play - Kansas Jayhawks - Zone PNR Seal

Kansas Jayhawks - Zone PNR Seal

Matt Wheeler 03/26/2018

The Kansas Jayhawks used this after timeout play during their Elite Eight game to get 5 a wide open basket at the rim. 1 passes to 2 causing x5 to shift with the ball. 5 sets the ball screen for 2. As 2 passes the ball to 1, 4 screens x5 in the middle of the zone. Kansas put a good shooter in the corner (3), making x4 stay with him. This opens up 5 for the layup off the pass from 1. See More

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Basketball Play - Michigan Wolverines - Dive Wing Clear

Michigan Wolverines - Dive Wing Clear

Dave Nedbalek 03/26/2018

John Beilein's Two Guard offense is full of beautiful action and full of endless possibilities. You really need a dynamic 5 man who can shoot and force the defense to spread. This is a simple misdirection action to create a double driving gap. We are using this more and more since the way the game is officiated, and the rules are designed guarding the ball one on one with space for them to create is one of the hardest things to do defensively. If you are interested in learning more of the Two Guard offense, and getting a TON of quick hitters out of it I recommend Tom Jicha's dvd from Championship Productions. Ironically, I have never watched Beilein himself teach this, but we play several teams that run this offense and when run correctly with a big that can stretch the floor you are in for a long night defensively. See More

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