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Auburn uses its athleticism to spread teams out and attack double gaps off the dribble. Here they use the DHO and Swing Pass to get the point guard the basketball in space. The wing ball screen and subsequent spacing off the ball create a nice gap for the point guard to attack. See video below.
A Down Screen and a Cross Screen are used to move the defense. Then "Gap Clearing Cuts" by the 5 and 2 create a nice double gap for the point guard to attack. See video below.
Gonzaga executes a common NBA tactice of a step up "Ghost Screen". The 4 sprints to his screen then slips to space behind the three point line. Gonzaga uses the cross screens from the wings as a wing to keep help defense out of the action.
This is a 3v3 Rebounding drill that can be used for both sides of the basketball. Split your team into groups of three or four. The rotation for the drill is to enter on defense, then move to offense, and finally (if unsuccessful) out of the drill. If your team secures an offensive rebound they get to stay on offense and continue to earn points. If your team gives up an offensive rebound then your team exits the drill and a new team comes on.
The Scoring System: 1 Point for a Defensive Rebound, 3 Points for an Offensive Rebound, and 2 or 3 points if you can score it off the Offensive Rebound.
Each new possession must start with one of the two scenarios depicted below. Coaches then set the number or time they want to play until. The team with the highest score wins, the other teams get conditioning.
Crash the Glass: Making a Case for Offensive Rebounding
Developing a Rebounding System