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Basketball Play - Jazz Flex Stagger

Jazz Flex Stagger

Wes Kosel 09/07/2015

1 dribbles to the left wing as 3 sets a screen for 4 at the top of the key. 4 cuts to the basket and 3 steps towards the ball. If neither option is open, 4 screens across the floor for 5. 4 then cuts around a staggered screen for 2 and 3. 1 looks to pass to 5 at the basket or to 4 for a shot. See More

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Basketball Play - Flip Saunders Horns Hand-Off Flex Action

Flip Saunders Horns Hand-Off Flex Action

Wes Kosel 07/24/2015

1 passes the ball into 5 at the high post. Once 5 gets it, he looks to hand the ball to 1 if he is open on the cut to the corner. If 1 doesn't get the ball, he screens for 3 in the corner. 3 curls the screen into the lane. If 3 isn't open, he screens for 2 as 4 screens for 3. At the same time, 5 give the ball to 1 on a dribble hand-off so that 1 can make the pass to 2 for a lay-up or to 3 for a shot. If 3 gets the ball without a shot, he can pass to 2 on the left wing cutting off of a screen from 5. See More

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Basketball Play - Houston Baptist BLOB Box 2

Houston Baptist BLOB Box 2

Wes Kosel 06/03/2015

1 screens across the lane for 4. 4 cuts to the short corner looking for a shot. At the same time, 5 dives down the lane line looking to fill the space where 1 just vacated. If 4 gets the ball without a shot opportunity, he passes to 3 who then passes to 1. 5 sets a flex-screen for 4 who looks to score in the lane. See More

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Basketball Play - Los Angeles Clippers "Horns Seal Leak"

Los Angeles Clippers "Horns Seal Leak"

Gibson Pyper 04/30/2015

Doc Rivers loves to get Chris Paul & Blake Griffin in a Post Pick & Roll situation to put the defense in a tough situation. Out of this set, they ran a counter late against the San Antonio Spurs to get Chris Paul moving and attacking off a double screen. Instead of setting a flex screen and then sealing his man for a post up, Paul leaks out and receives a dribble handoff from Blake Griffin and attacks off a ballscreen from DeAndre Jordan. See More

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Basketball Play - Utah Jazz Stagger Flare

Utah Jazz Stagger Flare

Wes Kosel 04/26/2015

In this flex option, the Jazz get into the play with a dribble entry and a back-screen for 4 at the top of the key (just as in "Flex Stagger"). Instead of 4 setting the flex-screen, 2 cuts to the wing off of the staggered down-screen from 5 and 3. Once 2 has cleared, 5 sets a flare-screen for 3 who cuts to the corner for a shot. See More

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Basketball Play - Utah Jazz Flex Stagger

Utah Jazz Flex Stagger

Wes Kosel 04/26/2015

In this flex option from the Utah Jazz, 1 dribbles up the floor as 3 sets a back-screen at the top of the key for 4 trailing the play. 4 cuts down to the block lookin for the pass from 1. If neither 3 or 4 are open, 4 sets a flex-screen for 5 and then cuts off of a staggered down-screen from 2 and 3. See More

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Basketball Play - Thunder Flex Stagger

Thunder Flex Stagger

Wes Kosel 04/21/2015

In this flex option, 2 cuts up towards the top of the key instead of into the lane on the cross screen. 5 moves down to set the staggered screen for 2 cutting up for a shot. 3 passes to 2 for a shot at the top of the key. If 2 doesn't have a shot, he passes to 1 then clears to the ball-side corner. 5 screens for 1 and 1 attacks into the lane. See More

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Basketball Play - Thunder Flex

Thunder Flex

Wes Kosel 04/21/2015

In this Flex Option from OKC, the ball is reversed to the left wing starting the flex action at the right post. 4 screens for 2 who cuts into the lane. 5 screens down for 4. If 4 gets the ball without a shot, he can pass to 1 and set a ball-screen or dribble towards 1 giving him the ball on a dribble hand-off. See More

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Basketball Play - L.A. Clippers 4 Snap

L.A. Clippers 4 Snap

Craig LeVasseur 04/16/2015

While the Celtics best utilized the Slice series with KG as the trail big, the Clippers prefer to have Blake Griffin start on the block. The Clippers used this setup to get Blake catches at his left block sweet spot. If the post up is not there, the 2 and 3 can play out 2nd side action for additional options. See More

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Basketball Play - L.A. Clippers 4 Pop

L.A. Clippers 4 Pop

Craig LeVasseur 04/16/2015

Another set out of the Mike D’Antoni playbook, 4 Pop is designed for a shooting 4. While Blake Griffin has improved his midrange jumper each year, the main advantage of this set is putting Blake 1 on 1 against his usually slower defender at the top of the key. His driving ability makes this play an ideal Slice counter for the Clippers, and an option that the Celtics likely would not have been able to utilize with KG. A clear side P/R with Blake and CP3 is also a great 2nd option to have. See More

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