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This was a sideline inbounds play that was run late in the fourth quarter of the Portland Trail Blazers win over the Houston Rockets in Game 6 of the First Round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs.
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The 2014 FIBA World Cup continues to produce lots of stuff coaches can add into their toolbox this season. Here is a baseline out of bounds play Greence used against Puerto Rico that has a bunch of options and very difficult to guard.
The Dallas Mavericks use this play during the 2014/2015 NBA season. The UCLA cut, which turns into a back screen, is a decoy to set up the pick & roll action. With a little space in the middle, Rondo just needs to throw the ball up to Chandler who hammers it down.
This is one out of Coach Budenholzer's playbook. A set designed to give Kyle Korver a shot from the 3-point line. Korver sets multiple screens before going on his way to get open. This makes his defender tired and tough for him to trail.
One of the toughest actions to cover in high school basketball is staggered screens. In this 1-4 high set we set two different sets staggered screens looking for mismatches or defenders that trail our cutters.
Northern Iowa ran this set early in the game against Wichita State on 2/28/15. There are two ways to look at this play:
1. A quick hitter with 3 options.
2. A modified entry into the flex offense.
*If all 3 options are covered you can see that if the 5 moves to the corner the set ends up in an easy transition to a continuous flex offense.
This is a play I saw in a NCAA Division II game in January. The game was Mt. Olive and King (Tennessee). My apologies as a I don't remember which team ran the play, but it's great that you can find good, innovative offense everywhere.