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Basketball Play - Golden State Warriors - Zip Middle PNR SLOB

Golden State Warriors - Zip Middle PNR SLOB

Austin Anderson 05/15/2018

This is a simple and quick SLOB set from GSW. Play is designed to get Durant or Green into a high pick and roll. The defense can't afford to help off shooters, so Durant/Green will look to attack the switch or the roll defender. FMS Blog: Impact Player - How Draymond Green Makes Winning Plays NBA Finals Preview: Golden State Warriors Top Plays from Golden State's Championship Run See More

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Basketball Play - Golden State Warriors - Elbow Quick

Golden State Warriors - Elbow Quick

Austin Anderson 05/14/2018

Golden State Warriors Hghi Post Action. This is a simple look to get players moving on both sides. This action can be run on either side of the court. Normally, 1-4 are interchangeable. What is really scary is when the Warriors run this action with Kevin Durant and Draymond Green at the 4 and 5. If Green is at the 5, the ball goes to him regardless of what side of the court he is on. After the ititial pass, the Warriors have Curry, Thompson or Durant running off pin downs. If Durant or Thompson curl away off Curry, Curry pops out and the GS plays from there. FMS Blog: Top Plays from Golden State's Championship Run Impact Player - How Draymond Green Makes Winning Plays NBA Finals Preview: Golden State Warriors See More

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Basketball Play - Boston Celtics - Kickahead 3 Down

Boston Celtics - Kickahead 3 Down

Austin Anderson 05/09/2018

Boston Celtics Catch/Shoot Set: Perimeter players can fill ANY spot. The kickahead gets the defense moving early and the quick DHO may catch it off guard. Boston utilizes the stagger away option and players like Smart, Tatum, Brown, and even Rozier can fill to the top or curl for lay ups. IF they fill to the top and dont a have a shot/drive opportunity, they will play a flash/split game with Al Horford and whoever gave them the ball. See More

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Basketball Play - Boston Celtics - Double Away ATO

Boston Celtics - Double Away ATO

Austin Anderson 05/09/2018

Boston Celtics ATO set. Brad Stevens is one of the best coaches at utilizing ATOplays. This is a simple double stagger option play to get Al Horford an open 3. With the improvements of Jayson Tatum, teams have to respect him. In this play he is used as the decoy, and curls the 1-5 stagger. 1 then pops off 5 and screens for 5. 5 pops for the shot. FMS Blog: Boston Celtics - Spread Offense See More

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Basketball Play - Boston Celtics - EOG Clear Lob SLOB

Boston Celtics - EOG Clear Lob SLOB

Matt Wheeler 05/07/2018

The Boston Celtics were down 2 with 25.8 seconds left in regulation when Brad Stevens called a timeout, noticing his team was not likely to get a good shot attempt late in the shot clock. The Celtics used this play to combat the late game switching strategy that the 76ers were using and get a quick shot at the rim. 5 started the play by curling around the screen from 4 and to screen for 1. This occupied Philadelphia's defenders and forced the only help on the lob to come from x1 as he switched onto 5 on the screen. Jaylen Brown (2) then screened for 4 and cut to the rim. Because the 76ers were switching that screen, Brown was able to seal his new defender and cut to the basket to receive the lob pass for a quick finish. A Lesson in Late Game Situatinos: Celtics-Sixers Game 3 See More

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Basketball Play - Boston Celtics - EOG Post Seal SLOB

Boston Celtics - EOG Post Seal SLOB

Matt Wheeler 05/06/2018

The Boston Celtics were down 1 with 8.4 seconds left in overtime when the got the ball stuck in the corner and they had to call a timeout to save the possession. They initially ran a play to get the ball to Jayson Tatum but had to call their final timeout when the 76ers nearly forced a five-second call on the inbounds pass. Down to their final chance, the Celtics ran this play to get Al Horford (5) isolated at the rim. The 76ers were switching all screens to keep the Celtics from getting an open look. This worked to the Celtics advantage as Horford screened for 2, bringing Joel Embid (x5) away from the basket to deny the pass to 2. x2 and x3 had already switched assignments when 3 cut along the baseline. This isolated Horford against Robert Covington (x3) in the post. Covington fronted Horford to deny the pass but with the weak side cleared, Horford sealed his defender to get the lob pass at the rim for the game-winning basket. A Lesson in Late Game Situations: Celtics-Sixers Game 3 See More

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Basketball Play - Philadelphia 76ers - EOG Corner SLOB

Philadelphia 76ers - EOG Corner SLOB

Matt Wheeler 05/06/2018

The Philadelphia 76ers were down 2 with 1.7 seconds left in Game 3 of their playoff series with the Boston Celtics and needed to get a shot off in a catch and shoot situation. The Sixers were able to get a look for their first option in this play with Bellinelli (3) cutting to the corner to receive the pass from Ben Simmons (1) and send the game into overtime. With no timeouts left in the game, Philadelphia embedded secondary options into the play with Joel Embid (5) screening for J.J. Redick (2) at the rim. 5 seals his defender after the screen to get an opportunity at the basket. 2 cuts off the screen up top for the final option in the play. A Lesson in Late Game Situations: Celtics-Sixers Game 3 See More

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Basketball Play - Philadelphia 76ers - 25 Pop SLOB

Philadelphia 76ers - 25 Pop SLOB

Austin Anderson 05/04/2018

Philadelphia 76ers SLOB Action. Philly loves running regular actions out of SLOB looks. A majority of its SLOB's will start with a strong side back screen and a weak side pin to the top. In this action from there, Simmons gets them into their "Ear Tug" Series which looks a lot like "Horns". "Number-Number" tells you who is involved in the action. So for Ear Tug 25 Pop, the 2-5 are in action. Simmons comes off the 2 (Redick/Belinelli) and the 2 is flared by the 5 all the way out to the wing (Pop). Redick/Belinelli have the green light to shoot if they get open. Simmons then receives a RIP/Back screen from the 5 and clears. If the lob or dump down to Simmons is there, they will take it. Sequence ends with Embiid playing a 2-man game with Redick/Belinelli. See More

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