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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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Basketball Play - Philadelphia 76ers - PG DHO to Post Up

Philadelphia 76ers - PG DHO to Post Up

Austin Anderson 05/02/2018

This is a misdirection play by the 76ers to post Ben Simmons on the weak side block, which Philly loves to do because of his passing skills and court vision from this area. Embiid/Saric/Ilysova make the entry and then play out of it. Entry passer can cut through or set a flare screen for Covington/Reddick/Belineli. 2-5 are interchangeable spots. The Sixers play call for this is "Platter" which simmons will yell as he holds his hand out palm up. See More

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Basketball Play - Minnesota Gophers - Pin Down Flare PNR

Minnesota Gophers - Pin Down Flare PNR

Russell Stark 04/10/2018

This play by Richard Pitino is a great misdirection set. It really tries to test the defensive team on the backside of the flare screen coverage. If the flare screen support is too much, defenders will be late on ball screen support. This became a money play with Minnesota down the stretch. The big that sets the ball screen can also slip it. If the defensive team stunts at the ball screen too hard, it is best to have a best shooter (3) on the strong side of the ball screen (the player who just came off the flare). On the FMS blog: AP Top 25 XsOs See More

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Basketball Play - Milwaukee Bucks - 21 Mix Fan

Milwaukee Bucks - 21 Mix Fan

Dave Nedbalek 03/26/2018

Although this set is not enthusiastically run, or defended, it is nontheless a good action. The intitial set up looks like it is going to be your basic dribble handoff into a ball screen action, but instead it is a quick pitch to a flare for a 3pt look, or a slip to the rim. Ran with some pace, this could be a really good quick transition action. See More

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Basketball Play - Loyola Chicago - DHO PNR Slip

Loyola Chicago - DHO PNR Slip

Matt Wheeler 03/22/2018

After Loyola's opponents have gotten used to defending multiple ball screen sets, the Ramblers use this play to slip the ball screen for an easy basket at the rim. x5 provides help on the ball screen as 5 slips the screen and cuts to the basket. 3 sets a flare screen for 4 to occupy the help defenders on the weak side of the floor. See More

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