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Basketball Play - Atlanta Hawks - Horns Handoff

Atlanta Hawks - Horns Handoff

Tony Miller 11/04/2021

Watch the video below as Coach Tony Miller uses FastDraw, the #1 play diagramming program for basketball coaches, to break down this misdirection Horns set from the Atlanta Hawks. After taking the handoff, 4 has options to hit 5 on the roll, find a shooter in the corner or attack the basket. Download the play to your library using the button above. Get FastDraw (new subscribers use code: SAVE10) Follow Coach Miller on Twitter View Coach Miller's Playbank page for more plays & drills More FastDraw content from Coach Miller: SSGs for Player Development & Team Offense SSGs for Ball Screen Offense Brad Stevens Playbook Check out the latest coaching content from FMS See More

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Basketball Play - UCLA Bruins  - UCLA PNR Slip

UCLA Bruins - UCLA PNR Slip

Matt Wheeler 11/05/2021

The UCLA Bruins ran this play late in their final four game against Gonzaga to get Jaime Jaquez a chance to attack the basket. After 1 makes the pass to 2 and the UCLA cut, 4 (Jaquez) pops out to receive the pass from 2. 5 slips the screen on the PNR with 4. 4 then turns the corner to attack the rim. Video clip below. See More

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Basketball Play - Texas Tech Red Raiders - PNP Backdoor

Texas Tech Red Raiders - PNP Backdoor

Matt Wheeler 11/05/2021

Texas Tech took advantage of the aggressive denial of the wing in this play to get a backdoor cut for a dunk. After 4 gets the ball off the pick and pop, 3 cuts to the wing looking to get a pass or handoff from 4. Once x3 starts to deny the pass, 3 cuts backdoor to receive the pass from 4. 5 cuts up the lane to set a fake screen to make x5 a little late on the help. Video clip below. See More

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Basketball Play - Gonzaga Bulldogs - Ghost PNR

Gonzaga Bulldogs - Ghost PNR

Matt Wheeler 11/05/2021

With Gonzaga struggling to score in the championship game against Baylor, the Bulldogs went to this ball screen set to get an open shot at the rim. The play starts out with a ghost screen from 3, 5 then follows for a PNR with 1. x3 did not want to help off of 3 because he is a shooter. This left x4 as the only player to help on 5 rolling to the basket. x4 met 5 late at the rim as 5 was able to easily get the finish. See More

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Basketball Play - Kentucky Wildcats - Spain Lob

Kentucky Wildcats - Spain Lob

Tony Miller 11/12/2021

Watch the video below as Coach Tony Miller uses FastDraw, the #1 play diagramming program for basketball coaches, to break down this awesome design from the Kentucky Wildcats vs Duke in the 2021 Champions Classic. Lots of great action here: -can run out of transition -appears to look like a stagger -2pt option for 5 at the rim -3pt option for 2 after screening Send the play to your FastDraw library using the button above. Get FastDraw (new subscribers use code: SAVE10) Follow Coach Miller on Twitter View Coach Miller's Playbank page for more plays & drills More FastDraw content from Coach Miller: SSGs for Player Development & Team Offense SSGs for Ball Screen Offense Brad Stevens Playbook Check out the latest coaching content from FMS See More

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Basketball Play - Miami Heat - Elevator Game Winner SLOB

Miami Heat - Elevator Game Winner SLOB

Tony Miller 11/19/2021

Watch the video below as Coach Tony Miller uses FastDraw, the #1 play diagramming program for basketball coaches, to break down this sideline set from the NBA’s Miami Heat. Great design if you have two good shooters; one can be a decoy to set up the twist and elevator screen. There is also high potential for a screener slipping to the rim if their defender shows on the shooter. Send to your FastDraw library using the button above. Get FastDraw (new subscribers use code: SAVE10) Follow Coach Miller on Twitter View Coach Miller's Playbank page for more plays & drills More FastDraw content from Coach Miller: SSGs for Player Development & Team Offense SSGs for Ball Screen Offense Brad Stevens Playbook Check out the latest coaching content from FMS See More

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Basketball Play - Push Zip Iverson Series

Push Zip Iverson Series

Matt Hackenberg 11/23/2021

This is a series of plays that all originate out of the same basic movement pattern. The movement pattern masks the outcome of the play to help against teams that are well prepared through scouting. The series of plays is designed to feature a dynamic soring point guard. The push zip iverson action helps create safe movement against teams that like to pressure. I like the series of plays because it allows for creativity from a dynamic player (the side ball screen), looks for cheap points (blind pig and backdoor), and gets a shooter a a good look for three in a crafty way. Follow me on Twitter where I post often - @CoachHackGO Visit my Sellfy store for detailed basketball coaching content - https://sellfy.com/coachhack.go/ See More

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Basketball Play - Quick Hitter: Box Overload Duck

Quick Hitter: Box Overload Duck

Matt Hackenberg 11/23/2021

Any time we had a functional big man, we always have this in the playbook. The play is simple, and provides a great opportunity to isolate your big. The movement puts the defense in a tough spot because the back side help is removed, so if they front, we can throw over the top for a layup. If they play behind, we have a 1 on 1 opportunity on the block. The play gets right to the point of the set, which I like because it limits the number of ball handlers and decisions that need to be made. You can easilty hide weaker players in the 4 or the 2 spot in this play. Follow me on Twitter where I post often - @CoachHackGO Browse my Sellfy store where I've written detailed basketball coaching content - https://sellfy.com/coachhack.go/ See More

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Basketball Play - Los Angeles Lakers - Hammer SLOB

Los Angeles Lakers - Hammer SLOB

Tony Miller 11/30/2021

Watch the video below as Coach Tony Miller uses FastDraw, the #1 play diagramming program for basketball coaches, to break down this hammer action design from the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers. Put a scorer in the 3 spot and best shooter at the 2 – one of these players is nearly guaranteed to have an uncontested look! Send to FastDraw via the button above. Get FastDraw (new subscribers use code: SAVE10) Follow Coach Miller on Twitter View Coach Miller's Playbank page for more plays & drills More FastDraw content from Coach Miller: SSGs for Player Development & Team Offense SSGs for Ball Screen Offense Brad Stevens Playbook Check out the latest coaching content from FMS See More

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Basketball Play - Box BS Throwback STS

Box BS Throwback STS

Matt Hackenberg 12/01/2021

It's always nice to have some sets up your sleeve to get your high level shooter a look from the outside when you need it. This set can be one of those play calls. Against teams that get through screens, it should work well as long as the shooter sets a great back screen. Against teams that switch, it's important that the last screener seal their own defender to free up the shooter. Video clip below. Follow me on Twitter - @CoachHackGO Visit my Sellfy store for detailed basketball coaching content for sale - https://sellfy.com/coachhack.go/ See More

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Basketball Play - Drift Ball Screen Reject Hammer

Drift Ball Screen Reject Hammer

Matt Hackenberg 12/02/2021

In this diagram/video we look at a set play to get a three pointer. It’s a hammer action, which were always fun to me as a coach to see executed. Rejecting the side ball screen usually sucks the defense in, and allows for the weak side defender to get pinned in. The embedded video shows the set in more detail. Visit my Sellfy store for detailed coaching materials written by me - https://sellfy.com/coachhack.go/ Follow me on Twitter - @CoachHackGO See More

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Basketball Play - The Spread Offense

The Spread Offense

Matt Hackenberg 12/03/2021

In this diagram and embedded video, we look at the spread offense used in high school basketball. This offense uses the high post and a series of cutters to attack the defense in a variety of ways. This offensive concept has always been a unique and interesting play style to me, ever since I first saw it when Stephen F. Austin was running it under Brad Underwood in the early 2010's. The offense has evolved quite a bit, but in the video below you will see a lot of the more basic options used when it is ran at the high school level. Visit my Sellfy store for detailed coaching materials written by me - https://sellfy.com/coachhack.go/ Follow me on Twitter - @CoachHackGO See More

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