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Basketball Play - Floppy DHO

Floppy DHO

Cody Toppert 09/04/2015

A DHO entry to Floppy will most likely be on the wing Guard to Guard. This means the point guard would speed dribble pitch the ball to the corner wing coming up. The wing will now become the point of initiation and the point guard will be come the activated player. This look most likely proceeds to be a back screening action by the strong side big. The popular version employed by the San Antonio Spurs involves a guard-to-guard DHO and a triple staggered baseline screen for Tony Parker who sprints the base line to find the scoring option on the weak side. Important to not the weak side wing must be the second screener I order to prevent a switch on the final screen, thus negating any type of advantage or open shot. Once the defense gets use to the triple baseline screen, Tony Parker will often times enter and exit the same side, thus showing us a DHO into a traditional Floppy Look. See More

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Basketball Play - Floppy Drop

Floppy Drop

Cody Toppert 09/04/2015

Our Floppy Drop is a great way to take advantage of a good post up guard. As the activated player uses the double pin down from the PF and SF the C flashes to the elbow. The PF then clears to the weak side corner, the SG settles on the wing while the PG hits the 5 at the elbow. The SF remains in the low post and looks to find deep postposition for a drop pass or easy score in the paint. This is especially effective when you have a height and strength advantage at the SF position. See More

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Basketball Play - Floppy Chest

Floppy Chest

Cody Toppert 09/04/2015

Floppy Chest has a few slight tweaks. As the guard comes off the pin down he curls to elbow much like the “flow away” look that results in an Angle PNR, with the corner filled. In this case we will look to empty the corner, thus as the guard curls off the pin down the second guard follows and fills the strong side corner, thus leaving the other side of the floor naked. On the elbow catch the weak side big then sets a flare screen on the PG who not only “flows away” but uses the flare screen and with then empty corner has much room to operate. See More

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Basketball Play - Floppy GO

Floppy GO

Cody Toppert 09/04/2015

Floppy GO differs from Floppy GET in that the big who set the primary pin down will then continue to set a block to block screen for the weak side big. The weak side big then sprints to the SPNR, presumably with is defender unattached. The benefits of this are late or non-existent PNR coverage. Thus a good screen in the PNR will allow the wing to get to the middle of the court and cause a mismatch or present an advantage. See More

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Basketball Play - Floppy Punch

Floppy Punch

Cody Toppert 09/04/2015

Punch indicates that after the small uses the pin down and receives the ball on the wing the big who set the pin down will post up. We then look for a post entry, after which team philosophies take over (cut through below the block, down the middle, split the guard or space). See More

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Basketball Play - Floppy Fist

Floppy Fist

Cody Toppert 09/04/2015

Floppy ran with Fist action indicates that the weak side big will sprint to the PNR. Thus after the small uses the pin down and receives the ball on the wing, the weak side big will be in full sprint to the SPNR. The big that set the pin down will then relocate to weak side dunker or elbow. If he relocates to the elbow and the ball is kicked to the flow away PG, the big can again set an Angle PNR. See More

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Basketball Play - Floppy GET

Floppy GET

Cody Toppert 09/04/2015

When Floppy is ran as a GET action, this can indicate that the strong side big who set the pin down is the activated on ball screener. Thus the wing receives the ball, the strong side big will then sprint to set the PNR, this can be an SPNR or a Step Up depending on the defense and the coverage. From there the weak side players will space, filling corner, wing and dunker (duck in zone). See More

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Basketball Play - Floppy Diamond

Floppy Diamond

Cody Toppert 09/04/2015

Another way to initiate Floppy is out of a Diamond set up. This time the activated shooter is starting under the basket with single pin downs from the bigs on both sides. Again he can choose which way to go and again the secondary guard will exit the opposite direction. The only difference in this set up is that the secondary guard is starting at the nail (the middle of the free-throw line). This means that when he exits the opposite direction of the activated player, instead of him using a pin down, he is using a pinch fade or flare screen. Thus if the activated shooter uses the single pin down on the left side, the secondary guard will use the pinch fade on the right side. See More

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Basketball Play - Albany Floppy Triple

Albany Floppy Triple

Brandon Huntley 03/24/2015

After the 16-minute media timeout in the 2nd half, Albany was down 8, while coming up empty on the previous three possessions. They forced Oklahoma into a tough outside shot and after getting the defensive rebound; Coach Brown called a Floppy Triple set. As you can tell in the video, the play was designed to get Peter Hooley (#12) a shot. The defense was prepared to take away Hooley in the play, which left Ray Sanders (#1) wide-open coming off the screen. This is a great play to run in an After Time Out situation. You can give your two best shooters looks coming off screens. See More

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Basketball Play - Floppy C SOB

Floppy C SOB

Daniel Murphy 05/13/2014

Got this play from Marist MBB HC Jeff Bower. Coach Bower has many years of experience in the NBA which can be seen in this play. Floppy is a way to create some movement before setting the ball screen. 1 cutting to the corner and 4 spacing to the slot allow great spacing which puts pressure on the defense. See More

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