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5 pops to catch pass from 1
1 passes to 5 and slowly cuts inside
2 begins to sprint out of corner
5 initiates a dribble handoff with 2
1 turns to prepare for screen
4 steps up to set ball screen
2 receives handoff and blasts off of ball screen set by 4
3 cuts up to wing to receive pass from 2
After 5 hands off to 2, 1 sets a diagonal screen sending 5 to the rim
Dwane Casey ran this action last year as a single-double for Terrence Ross. Ross was one of the team's go-to scorers when DeRozan was on the bench, and this play utilized his three-point threat.
It was going to impossible for teams to stop Kyrie Irving and LeBron James. With the addition of Kevin Love the Cavs look to be the favorites in the Eastern Conference. Here is a play coach David Blatt ran in Israel. Coach Nick at BBALLBREAKDOWN called this "Flying Death Machine"
I want to thank Coach Nick at @BBALLBREAKDOWN for putting together these plays the Cleveland Cavaliers ran in the NBA Summer League and a few plays coach David Blatt ran in Israel. I can't believe we have to wait a month and a half before the NBA regular season starts.
This is a common proset that has horns and flex elements to it. The DHO back to the poin guard's possesson is a great feature to get the ball back into your playmakers hands where they can make a play.
This was a quick hitting play from the Washington Wizards that they ran in Game 4 against the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. For more, check out www.coachpeelbasketball.com, sign up for a membership, and get your first 30 days free.
Since Coaching U released their July 2014 dates yesterday I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to share one of my favorite plays I received from Brendan Suhr. Brendan demonstrated this play during the 2011 Coaching U Live in Orlando.