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Basketball Play - BYU Quick Flare

BYU Quick Flare

Craig LeVasseur 03/18/2015

BYU ran this misdirection play against Ole Miss in the NCAA First Round. It starts with a stagger screen for the 1 man, a dangerous shooter. While this happens, 2 sets a token ballscreen for the ballhandler and immediately slips the screen. The 1 man curls the stagger and clears while the 5 man turns back and sets a flare screen for the 2 after he slipped the ballscreen. A great defensive effort by x2 prevented a 3 point shot here, but the 2 man still made a quick read and drove baseline to the basket for a foul. See More

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Basketball Play - Ole Miss Curl Roll-Replace

Ole Miss Curl Roll-Replace

Craig LeVasseur 03/18/2015

Ole Miss ran this action in the first half of their First Round NCAA game against BYU. The pindown/catch and shoot action in this play is a decoy for the 5 to create seperation from his defender to set a high ballscreen. As 5's defender is late and can only Zone the ballscreen rather than Showing, the replace action by the 4 leaves 4's defender as the only option to bump the 5 when he rolls out of the screen. Depending on how the defense reacts, there are a number of different scoring options here for the 1, 4, and 5. In this game, Ole Miss PG Summers attacked the paint, drew the defense in, and dumped the ball off to the 5 for a foul at the basket. See More

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Basketball Play - Manhattan Jaspers 1-4 High Options

Manhattan Jaspers 1-4 High Options

Wes Kosel 03/18/2015

Although Manhattan is already out, head coach Steve Masiello had the Jaspers running some quality actions. In these 1-4 High Options, both plays start with the same guard loop action. If your team has good stretch forwards, these plays will get your 4 and 5 the ball at the elbow or perimeter in position to shoot or pass to the open shooter. Option 1: If the back-screen isn't open (3 cutting off of a screen from 4), 5 passes to 1 on the wing. 3 then cuts through the elevator screen from 4 and 5 for a shot. Option 2: In the second option, 5 passes to 4 instead of 1 flaring to the wing. Once 4 has the ball, the Jaspers run a flex action with 3 screening for 2 and 5 screening down for 3. See More

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Basketball Play - Wofford Terriers Zipper Post Options

Wofford Terriers Zipper Post Options

Wes Kosel 03/17/2015

Here are two plays from Wofford Terriers head coach Mike Young. The Terriers are back in the NCAA Tournament for the 2nd straight year and for the 4th time in the past 6 seasons. In these plays, the Terriers use the point guard to set a down screen for 5. 5 makes the zipper cut up the lane line looking for the ball at the elbow or slightly extended. The small on big down screen makes it hard for the defense to defend the zipper cut into the hand-off actions. If the defense switches, the post defender is now guarding a smaller player on a hand-off (when he is used to guarding the post player). Zipper Post #1: In the first option, 2 passes to 5 at the elbow and 1 loops around 5 looking for a hand-off. If 1 cannot turn the corner, he has 4 coming off of a down screen on the weak side or 2 slipping to the basket. Zipper Post #2:In the second option, it starts just like the first play with 1 setting the screen for 5 and 5 cutting up to get the ball at the elbow. Instead of 1 cutting around 5 for hand-off. This time 3 moves in from the wing to loop around 5. Once 3 has the ball, he has the same scoring and passing options as 1 did in the first play. See More

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Basketball Play - Houston Rockets Short Corner Post ISO

Houston Rockets Short Corner Post ISO

Wes Kosel 03/17/2015

Here is a play from the Houston Rockets that they use to get an open look in the post or short corner. The play starts with players 1-3 on the perimeter and 4 at the top of the key. 4 moves towards 1 to set a ball-screen. The purpose of the ball-screen in this play is to force 5's defender (X5) into help position on penetration. Once the point guard reads that X5 is helping over, he can pitch the ball out to 2 on the wing and 2 looks inside to 5 posting up. Once 5 has the ball, he has a choice to take his man middle or drive baseline. With either option, the rest of the players on the floor know exactly where to cut depending on which direction 5 drives. See More

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Basketball Play - Georgia Chin Shuffle

Georgia Chin Shuffle

Adam Spinella 03/16/2015

Georgia coach Mark Fox has done a fantastic job turning around a Bulldog program that has been towards the bottom of the SEC for the better part of a decade. Now securing an at-large birth to the NCAA Tournament, Fox is finally getting some well-deserved recognition, in particular for his offense. Fox employs a lot of high post actions, raising his big men to the elbows and the three point line to open driving lanes and take away help at the rim. The multitude of dribble handoffs that Georgia runs keeps defenses honest, and the speed at which they run them makes them dangerous offensively. One of the most impressive sets I saw Fox and his team run during their second game of the year against Kentucky was a variation of the Chin offense that split into the shuffle offense. By moving the ball side-to-side several times, the defense was forced to shift and move by reacting to the player and ball movement. The shuffle offense is effective because it allows a post-up opportunity with great spacing; Fox’s set drops the trailer or the 4-man to the block for what can be a mis-match post. See More

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Basketball Play - Release

Release

Adam Spinella 03/16/2015

Coach Krzyzewski has had some fantastic post players over the years. From Elton Brand to Jahlil Okafor, Christian Laettner to Shelden Williams, all these players could convert at an extremely high percentage in a post-isolation situation. Coach K, in keeping with an up-tempo style of offense, got the ball into the post quickly for a clear-out situation in a play he's run for years called "release". This is a great action for a team with a dominant post scorer. If you teach 5 to engage in contact as soon as his man helps off the flex screen, he can get great, deep scoring position and have a chance to get to the free throw line or bang in a layup. See More

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Basketball Play - UNC Tar Heels Primary Break

UNC Tar Heels Primary Break

Randy Sherman 03/12/2015

The Primary Break is most effective when there are clearly defind roles. There is ONE outlet target. There is ONE inbounder on an opponents made FG. The three players not involved in this should SPRINT in their lanes and get to top speed within the FIRST THREE STEPS. Evaluate this on film with every rebound and made FG. Outlet tips: The outlet target gets wide with his/her butt to the sideline on the same side of the rim as the rebounder Catch the outlet high and wide and on the run If denied, sickle cut across the ball. On made FG, the designated inbounder gets ball out of net and steps out of bounds to inbound as quickly as possible. Practice this! Pass can go directly from 1 to 5 on the rim run 2 sprints to the dead corner to make the defense recover 94 feet Look to "pitch ahead" after one or two dribbles, if you can't, the point guard should "dribble through the wake" made by the recovering defense. 5 posts his man in the paint in transition! See More

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