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Basketball Play - Missouri BLOB 2

Missouri BLOB 2

Dana Beszczynski 12/07/2012

Missouri Baseline-out-of-Bounds series Part 2 Once again as demonstrated in our first look at the Tigers Out-of-Bounds set, you can see good spacing, open floor, and a good use of the screens to make something happen Missouri keeps their composure when the set doesn't work and moves to open space eventually knocking down an open three on an unselfish kick-out pass by a good passing Rosburg See More

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Basketball Play - BLOB Elbow Double Stack Play

BLOB Elbow Double Stack Play

Basketball HQ 11/26/2012

This set was run by Marion Military Community College in the 2011-2012 season. This set is designed to get a lay up for your best slasher, or a three point shot for your best shooter. As your three man is coming off of the elbow double stack, he has to read the defense. If they trail him, he curls off of the double stack for a lay up, if they go under, he cuts for a midrange shot or three point shot. See More

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Basketball Play - BLOB - Back Screen with Flare Screen

BLOB - Back Screen with Flare Screen

Basketball HQ 11/08/2012

Set good screens and cut hard. Inbounder needs to hit the players right when they get open and not make them wait on the ball. Every basketball inbound play should be seen as an opportunity to run a set play and get a good look at the basket. The reason that this basketball play works so well is because there are multiple screening actions in a row. If you set good screens and cut hard this play will be very hard for the defense to guard. This play is from the 2011-2012 Georgia Southern season. See More

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Basketball Play - BLOB - Diagonal Screen Flare Screen

BLOB - Diagonal Screen Flare Screen

Basketball HQ 11/04/2012

This basketball out of bounds play is going to be run out of the box set. That means that you are going to have a player on each block and each elbow. To make this basketball play work you have to set a good diagonal screen. That way the defense either has to help on the screen and give up a shot on the flare screen or give up a layup. The player passing the ball in should look for the player coming off the diagonal screen, then the shooter off the flare screen, and then the big man opening up after he sets the flare screen. Must set good screens for this play to work. This play is from the 2011-2012 Gadsden State season See More

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Basketball Play - BLOB - Low Double Stack with Single Screen

BLOB - Low Double Stack with Single Screen

Basketball HQ 10/14/2012

Sometimes the best way to get open is to set a good screen. For this basketball play you are going to set your best shooter up like he is going to set a screen and then when his defender gets ready to help on the screen run him off the single on the other side. Mix up the ways that you get your best player touches the basketball, don’t be predictable. Read the defender and to get a shot but don’t over force the shot. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season. See More

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Basketball Play - BLOB - Baseline Double Screen

BLOB - Baseline Double Screen

Basketball HQ 10/07/2012

Screeners need to head hunt and hit the shooters defender with a good screen. If the shooters defender goes over the screen the shooter should fade to the corner and if the defender chases on the screen the shooter should curl or straight cut. This inbound’s play is good because it gets right into an offensive set. Every inbound play should be a chance to score or directly into an offensive set. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season. See More

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Basketball Play - BLOB - 4 High Play

BLOB - 4 High Play

Basketball HQ 10/05/2012

Cut hard and read the defense. Have your best passer inbound the basketball and don’t stare down the receiver. Even if you don’t get the basketball make sure that you cut hard and draw the defense. Inbound plays don’t have to be super complicated just cut hard and be ready to shoot if you are open. Don’t just look to get the ball in. Try to get a good shot off of the inbound play or get right into your offensive set. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season. See More

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