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Basketball Play - L.A. Clippers 1 Pop

L.A. Clippers 1 Pop

Craig LeVasseur 04/16/2015

This play comes straight from the Mike D’Antoni playbook, and sets up exactly like the basic Slice action that Doc Rivers used in Boston. While the option is there to bring any great post up player to the block, as D’Antoni often did with Carmelo Anthony in New York, this is really just a Spread High P/R in disguise. This is a money play for Chris Paul. See More

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Basketball Play - Boston Celtics Slice Double

Boston Celtics Slice Double

Craig LeVasseur 04/16/2015

With Ray Allen at the 2, new Slice options are introduced to provide him with catch and shoot opportunities. In Slice Double, the initial action is the same, but it is a setup to get Allen’s defender on the high side in the post, at which time he reverses back off a stagger screen from 4 and 5 with his defender trailing. See More

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Basketball Play - Boston Celtics Slice 1

Boston Celtics Slice 1

Craig LeVasseur 04/16/2015

Rajon Rondo’s size often led to mismatches, and this Slice variation used by the Celtics allowed him to call his own number and get a good post up opportunity on the block. The setup looks exactly like regular Slice, but the 2 man rejects the flex screen, allowing Rondo to slip around the 5 and seal his defender. See More

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Basketball Play - Oregon Flex Stagger

Oregon Flex Stagger

Wes Kosel 03/20/2015

Here is a flex option used by Oregon in the first half against Oklahoma State. The Cowboys defended the action well, but it looks like a good set-up for future plays from the Ducks. The play starts in regular flex with a flex-screen and down-screen. Instead of continuous flex, 2 and 4 set a staggered screen for 3 on the weak side and 1 clears out to the corner. This play gives 5 the opportunity to take his man to the basket 1 on 1 or pass to 3 for a 3-point shot. See More

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Basketball Play - Oklahoma State Flex Slide Hand-Off

Oklahoma State Flex Slide Hand-Off

Wes Kosel 03/20/2015

Oklahoma State used this flex option early when Oregon was playing man to man defense. The Cowboys didn't get a good shot since they gave up on the play after the hand-off (they did not get to the screen for Forte at the end). However, this is a good play to get Forte (2) open for a shot. The play starts in traditional flex with the ball moving from right to left. Instead of 1 setting the down-screen for the flex screener inside, 1 slides to the right wing as 4 sets the down-screen. Once 5 gets the ball at the top of the key, he dribbles right to give 1 the ball on a dribble hand-off. At the same time, Forte sets a cross-screen in the post then cuts to the wing off of a down-screen from 5. This play is difficult to guard because 5's defender has to worry about the hand-off and then react to Forte cutting to the wing. See More

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