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Basketball Play - Boston Celtics - Delay Floppy

Boston Celtics - Delay Floppy

KJ Smith 05/15/2018

This set comes from Boston's 5-Out Delay series. The celtics start with a pass to the trailer followed by a scoring cut to the rim. Next, the cutter has the option to sprint off of the double or single screen. The trailer will pass to either shooter and follow with a ball screen, where the scorer can attack off of the catch. FMS Blog: Boston Celtics - Keeping it Simple with Spread Offense See More

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Basketball Play - Cleveland Cavaliers - Floppy BLOB

Cleveland Cavaliers - Floppy BLOB

KJ Smith 05/14/2018

The inbounding version of the popular half court Floppy set involves simple screening action at the elbow. The shooters are free to sprint out for jumpshots, curl to the rim or even backdoor cut straight to the basket. The key to this set is that no matter what the guards decide to do as far as cutting, all four of these spots are filled once the play has finished. See More

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Basketball Play - Spead Series - Floppy

Spead Series - Floppy

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 11/08/2017

Iberostar Tenerife Coach Txus Vidoretta runs a creative use of 5 Out, Lithuania Break to enter Floppy. With every action in the Spread Series, if there is no advantage, it flows straight into a Spread Ball Screen. In this case, running the full action means the defender on the screen is late to hedge and the on-ball defender cheats under - leading to an instant re-screen and a dunk for the roll man. See More

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Basketball Play - LA Sparks - X Floppy DHO

LA Sparks - X Floppy DHO

Matt Wheeler 09/27/2017

The LA Sparks opened Game 2 of the WNBA Finals with this play to get Chelsea Gray (1) a shot off of a dribble handoff by utilizing the playmaking skills of Candace Parker (5) at the top of the key. 1 & 2 cut off of 5 then 5 receives the pass up top. The Sparks are then in a floppy action with 1 & 3 screening for 2 and 4 setting a screen for 1. 5 finishes off the play with a dribble handoff with 1 to get her a shot. See More

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Basketball Play - Golden State Warriors Floppy

Golden State Warriors Floppy

Adam Spinella 05/22/2017

A floppy action is common in the NBA and at many other levels. It's a great action for shooters who are given time to read screens and be a threat off simple down screens. Since the Warriors have so many shooters, their use of the Floppy action is particularly dangerous when Curry, Thompson and Durant are all swirling around each other -- and more dangerous in those instances where Curry or Thompson are screeners. See More

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Basketball Play - Spurs Floppy 4-Out

Spurs Floppy 4-Out

Adam Spinella 04/16/2017

A counter to the normal Floppy set, this is an action Gregg Popovich and the Spurs run out of timeouts to get LaMarcus Aldridge an open mid-range jumper. Since his defender is not used to guarding shooters and getting through screens, it is a particularly effective action. See More

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