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Basketball Play - Toronto Raptors - SLOB Slice Punch Stagger

Toronto Raptors - SLOB Slice Punch Stagger

Cooper Smither 12/26/2017

During Dwane Casey's tenure with the Toronto Raptors, the team has routinely run this Sideline out of Bounds play, but have also added depth to it over the years. Additionally, this set is pervasive throughout the entire NBA and is also utilized by teams such as the LA Lakers. While the first option is to post up the inbounder after using a slice cut on the weak side block, the second option quickly morphs into a series of staggered screens that can open up space for perimeter shooters and induce hard close outs. See More

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Basketball Play - Philadelphia 76ers - ATO "Ear Tug"

Philadelphia 76ers - ATO "Ear Tug"

Ryan Nguyen 12/18/2017

The Philadelphia 76ers like to run this "logo" ball screen action for Ben Simmons to prevent defenses from going under. If Simmons is open on the UCLA cut, they'll look to hit for a quick layup. If the layup is not available, 5 will set a flare screen for 2, creating a post split action to prevent defense from digging. See More

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Basketball Play - Minnesota Timberwolves - Wedge STS Lob

Minnesota Timberwolves - Wedge STS Lob

Matt Wheeler 11/27/2017

The Minnesota Timberwolves have added this set to their playbook to get Jimmy Butler a lob after a ball reversal. The play starts with a wedge action with 2 cutting into the post off of the screen from 1. As the ball is reversed to the weak side 2 sets a back screen for 3, then sets his man up to receive a screen from 5. While this is happening 3 keeps cutting to the corner to clear basket area of defenders. Then 2 rejects the screen from 5 and cuts to the basket for the lob. See More

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Basketball Play - Zipper Series

Zipper Series

Timothy Hipps 11/13/2017

Zipper Series Breakdown Zipper = a cut off a down screen up the free throw lane line. 3 sets that involve a Zipper action as the base and finish with a different aciton: America, Slice and Flex. Zipper Series plays are great for a players who have difficulty getting open, or a point guard who is a primary scorer. This plays also works well against teams who deny off the ball. As each set begins the same way, the defense does not know which action is coming after the Zipper, making it difficult to scout and guard. See More

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