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Basketball Play - Brazil - EOG SLOB 3 Box Double

Brazil - EOG SLOB 3 Box Double

Matt Wheeler 08/08/2016

Brazil was down 7 with 17.2 seconds left against Lithuania, trying to finish off a comeback that had them down by 25 in the second half. They used the familiar box setup for this SLOB play. Often times in this situation 2 will set a cross screen for 3. In this play 2's starting position was facing 3 as if he was going to screen for him. Once 1 was given the ball, 2 instead cut off of the double screen by 4 & 5. When he didn't get the ball, 2 continued to the corner. 3 then ran off of the second double screen. 3's defender was unable to get through the screen which forced a switch and eventually a foul on the 3 point shot. See More

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Basketball Play - Spain - EOG SLOB STS for 3

Spain - EOG SLOB STS for 3

Matt Wheeler 08/08/2016

Spain ran this play against Croatia down 4 with 17.3 seconds left to get an open look at a 3 for Nikola Mirotic. The screen the screener action with 4 screening for 1 and then 4 immediately receiving a screen from 5 confused the defense and led to a wide open shot. Using this play they were able to cut the lead down to 1 in less than 5 seconds. See More

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Basketball Play - Memphis Grizzlies - SLOB Iverson Side Elevator

Memphis Grizzlies - SLOB Iverson Side Elevator

Matt Wheeler 08/01/2016

The Memphis Grizzlies ran this down 4 with 20 seconds left in an NBA Summer League game. In this situation they would need 2 scores and they opted to go for the 3 coming out of a timeout. The multiple screening actions from 4 & 5 caused the defensive confusion and led to an open shot for 4. 4 & 5's defenders have to guard back to back screening actions, first with the Iverson cut made by 2 and then the elevator screen for 3. If 5 cut to the basket instead of drifting to the perimeter he might have gotten a layup or at least would have created more space for the shot from 4. See More

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Basketball Play - 1-3-1 Defense SLOB Situations Part 2

1-3-1 Defense SLOB Situations Part 2

Rory Hamilton 07/26/2016

SLOB Situations-- We love to use the 1-3-1 on all sideline situations, especially when the ball is below the coaches box. By putting our tallest pusher (X4) on the ball, we can funnel the ball to the corner or make the offense throw it all the way back into the back court. You can also spring a surprise trap once the ball is inbounded and possibly catch the offense off guard. Both coverages are show below. See More

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Basketball Play - 1-3-1 Defense SLOB Situations Part 1

1-3-1 Defense SLOB Situations Part 1

Rory Hamilton 07/26/2016

SLOB Situations-- We love to use the 1-3-1 on all sideline situations, especially when the ball is below the coaches box. By putting our tallest pusher (X4) on the ball, we can funnel the ball to the corner or make the offense throw it all the way back into the back court. You can also spring a surprise trap once the ball is inbounded and possibly catch the offense off guard. Both coverages are show below. See More

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Basketball Play - SLOB Lob for Spurs

SLOB Lob for Spurs

Mo Dakhil 07/13/2016

The San Antonio Spurs summer league team ran an End of Game (EOG) play to beat the Warriors at the buzzer with a lob to Jonathan Simmons. The play showed how teams could take advantage of defenses that hard hedge (when the screener’s defender steps in the path of player coming off the screen) or switch off ball screens. Kyle Anderson is tasked with inbounding the ball, in the stronger side corner is the Spurs best shooter in DeJounte Murray. His job is not to move from that spot and keep the floor spread. Bryn Forbes is in the weakside corner and it appears as if CJ Williams and Simmons are setting a double staggered for Forbes. As Forbes comes off the first screen, Simmons’ defender jumps out early to hedge on the screen and make it a difficult entry pass to Forbes. As soon as the defender hedges Simmons slips right to the basket without ever setting the screen. Anderson throws the lob but it is a little off target but Simmons uses his athleticism to catch the ball, gather himself and goes straight up to score over the defense. Even if the defense switched in this situation Simmons would have the superior position as he has a direct lane to the basket and there would be no one in between him and the ball. The play above is a great example of a team slipping a screen to take advantage of teams See More

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