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Basketball Play - ATO - UVA


Dana Beszczynski 12/23/2015

Last night the Cavaliers were taken to the limit against the Golden Bears of Cal. Tony Bennett designed three consecutive timeout plays each of which yielded a basket. This is the first of those timeout plays. Run from the SLOB situation, the play is set-up by the elbow screen action which gave Brogdon a chance to either "read" and cut to the basket or come back off the "re-screen" action for a possible jumper. Tony Bennett is known for his defensive strategies, but last night these timeout actions he ran with his Cavs only showed what a true mastermind of the game he is. See More

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Basketball Play - Chin: Counters and Reads

Chin: Counters and Reads

Lee DeForest 12/14/2015

This play is an option in CHIN and called when teams sag in from the weakside to prevent the backdoor cut. The play gives an easy shot for the 3 against weakside sagging defense. The play is like CHIN with the cut on the pass to the wing by the 3 off of backscreen by 5. 5 and 4 double down on X1 for the '3' point shot at the top of the key for 1. This is a very effective option and can be run in the middle of CHIN if you see sagging defense. 4 cuts like normal and 5 fills elbow like normal then double down. REMEMBER: Backdoor cut v. Pressure Screen Down v. Sag GO is a quick call when you have executed CHIN a few times and want to change it up or to attack a particular matchup or foul situation. Call GO and the guard will pass fake to the forward. The pass fake signals to the 5 to come set a ball screen. The court is spaced for a drive/kick action with the 1 or a layup. 4 attacks off of 5 high pick and gets to the rim. If 1 defender helps then kickout for 3 point shot by 1. CHIN action and after flare by top player, the 5 will follow the ball and ball screen for the wing. The wing must attack middle on the drive. 2 can finish the drive to the rim or kickout to 1 or 4 for the 3 point shot. See More

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Basketball Play - Spurs Pinch Post

Spurs Pinch Post

Wes Kosel 12/09/2015

1 passes to 2 who passes to 4 flashing to the high post on the weak side. Once 4 has the ball, 2 loops around looking for a hand-off. If the hand-off isn't there, 2 pops out to the wing and 3 runs the baseline. 4 looks to skip the ball to 1 who looks immediately inside to 5. If 1 isn't open, 5 and 1 can also set a screen for 3 in the corner. See More

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Basketball Play - Scott Drew

Scott Drew

Dana Beszczynski 12/09/2015

On Aug. 22, 2003, Scott Drew assumed Baylor's head coaching position and took over one of college basketball's most daunting rebuilding projects ever. Eleven years later, he became the program's all-time wins leader. From 2007-15, Baylor rose to national prominence with Drew leading the team to seven 20-win seasons, seven postseason appearances, the Big 12's first NIT championship, Baylor's first postseason tournament title in its 107-year history, and a Big 12-best and school-record 17 postseason wins. This years Baylor team is extremely athletic and can interchange positions in their sets. This is a very good easy to run Motion set the Bears use against Man-to-Man defenses. It incorporates DHO action, SPNR, opportunities for quick hitting backdoor actions, and post.-up scenarios. See More

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Basketball Play - Kansas - High Low

Kansas - High Low

FastModel Sports 12/08/2015

Here we take a look at the Kansas High Low Offense with a single screen option. This offense is run as a more complex alternative to the traditional motion offense. By moving one post to the top of the key, the alternating post has room to work inside the paint. Guards are constantly moving and cutting. This keeps the defense shuffling and the offense open for shots off the pass or dribble. - See More

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Basketball Play - Boise State

Boise State

Dana Beszczynski 12/08/2015

In his first five seasons as head coach of the Boise State men's basketball team, Leon Rice has taken the Broncos to the NCAA Tournament twice and won at least 20 games four times. They have a very tall line-up and their guards & forwards can interchange in the Broncos Offensive schemes. This is a Motion look with backscreens, ball screens, lots of movement and ball reversal actions designed to move the defense into multiple rotations. See More

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Basketball Play - Single Screen Action

Single Screen Action

Dana Beszczynski 12/08/2015

Steve Alford enters his third season as UCLA's head coach in 2015-16. In two seasons at UCLA, Alford has guided the Bruins to a 50-23 record and back-to-back NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 appearances. He begins his 25th year as a college head coach in 2015-16. The Bruins have Coach Alford's son Bryce has shot 38.9 percent from three-point range, making 140 of 360 three-pointers in his career at UCLA. This single screen action is designed to get Alford a look either off a flare, curl, or pop action. See More

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Basketball Play - Kentucky


Dana Beszczynski 12/08/2015

John Calipari has had 26 of his Kentucky players drafted in the NBA during his tenure in the Blue Grass State. In 2012 his Wildcats won the NCAA Championship. Last season, the Wildcats finished the season undefeated, but lost in the NCAA Finals to finish the year 38-1 with a perfect 18-0 record in the SEC. Calipari has been a Dribble Drive Motion guru at Kentucky and has tinkered with the system to fit his skilled players. In the last years, the Wildcats have incorporated some different looks to the system, but still like the drive and kick action of the DDM. This is a Diamond set which when executed through can provide many different scoring options. See More

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Basketball Play - The Swing Offense

The Swing Offense

Coach Nick 12/05/2015

"The Swing is a four-out patterned offense with continuity. All five players are interchangeable, and spacing, screening, cutting and accurate passing are vital. All five players have opportunities to post up inside, and the Badgers often invert their offense and post guards. The offense is deliberate (Wisconsin ranks 333rd out of 351 in the nation in adjusted tempo), often with multiple passes and places value on each possession with high percentage inside shots, or free-throws. Unlike some of the recent, newer offenses that feature dribble penetration as their engine of point generation, the Swing offense is truly a “team-offense” that places a premium on good passing, screening and cutting." - Randy Sherman - See More

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