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Basketball Play - Philadelphia 76ers - Ear Tug 25 Post 1 Bump

Philadelphia 76ers - Ear Tug 25 Post 1 Bump

Austin Anderson 05/04/2018

Philadelphia 76ers - ATO Favorite: This ATO is out of the "EAR TUG" Series. Play is designed to get Simmons to the post to create. "Number-Number" tells you who is involved with the action. "2-5" are involved. 2 flares off 5 (Ear Tug). 5 then rip screens/back screens 1 to the block (post 1). "Bump" refers to the 5 setting a low ball screen for 1. An option out of this play is to have Embiid slip the "BUMP" for a lob look. Click for more 76ers XsOs! See More

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Basketball Play - 2 Baseline Flare

2 Baseline Flare

Matt Barnthouse 06/07/2018

If there is one thing coach Andy Kennedy loves in his offense, it is off ball screens that set up corner threes. His Ole Miss teams made a living off of this play. In my four years with the Ole Miss Rebels, I got to see sharpshooters like Marshall Henderson and Stefan Moody run this play to perfection, helping them reach All-SEC nods. There are a lot of moving parts here. It starts off with a dribble handoff to the 3, while the 2 makes a cut to the paint on the weakside. Once in the paint, the 2 sets a screen for the one, and then makes a cut underneath the defender of the 4, forcing his man to either chase him or go over. If he goes over, the defender is ready to run straight into a flare screen by the 4. What makes this play work is that it bunches up the defense and forces them to make a lot of decisions. Sure, the defenders can switch, but that leaves a mismatch with a 2 having to defend a 4. The 2 defender could cheat on the initial cut around the 5, but then that allows the 2 to make reverse his cut to the corner, where the 3 can hit him on the weakside for a 3. If all else fails, the 1 comes around ready to reset the offense at the end of all of the actions. This is something that when ran well, can be nearly impossible to stop. The only concern is that some players may have difficulties going straight from a cut to catch and shoot (almost a 180), so athleticism helps. See More

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Basketball Play - Indiana Pacers - Quick 2 Flare Mid SLOB

Indiana Pacers - Quick 2 Flare Mid SLOB

Matt Barnthouse 10/31/2018

The mid-range game isn't exactly "en vogue" for early offense, but if you have the personnel, like the Pacers do with Victor Oladipo it isn't always a terrible option. They utilize Myles Turner's wide body to set an off ball screen and free up Oladipo for a catch and shoot opportunity against the Bulls in a preseason game on October 10th. This also can be used in a late game situation should your team need only need 2. It's quick, it's simple, and when executed well, it creates space. See More

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Basketball Play - Virginia Cavaliers - Pack Line Defense Concepts

Virginia Cavaliers - Pack Line Defense Concepts

Matt Barnthouse 04/02/2019

Information taken from YouTube video by Coachbase. This is the famous "Pack Line Defense" that Virginia uses to suffocate their opponents. The concepts are pretty simple: Never let the offense inside of the "post box," and never allow dribble penetration. Basically, if a team is to beat a well-disciplined Pack Line Defense, they're going to have to do it from the perimeter. The basic concept is that the ball handler faces pressure from his man, and everybody else is in "help," preventing dribble penetration. The exception to this is when a player is cutting off ball in the post area. Then the defender "attaches" to the cutter (once again trying to prevent post opportunities), only to release when the player goes back out to perimeter. Things to note: - Virginia in particular hard hedges and switches on every ball screen. This only works if you have defenders that can guard multiple positions, otherwise the offense has a mismatch to attack! - This offense is designed to allow the three-point shot, so a terrific three-point shooting team could beat this style of defense. Closeouts are SO IMPORTANT to make this defense work, otherwise perimeter-focused teams will drain shots all day. - NEVER LET THE BALL ENTER THE LOW POST. If it does, you double team immediately, and force a pass back to perimeter. - Once again, because this defense involves very aggressive help, it also involves a lot of closeouts. Having personnel with great length and foot speed is advantageous for this kind of defense. - An undisciplined version of this defense that gives up possessions in the "post box" is susceptible to giving up easy buckets. - It is important to "move on flight" of the ball when in help. If you wait until ball is in hands of offensive player, it is too late. Once again, anticipate and CLOSE. OUT. Click here for more Pack Line content on the FMS blog! See More

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Basketball Play - Xavier Musketeers - Horns Rub Quick Hitter

Xavier Musketeers - Horns Rub Quick Hitter

Dustin Cooper 01/22/2019

A very simple but effective set out of the Horns formation. You may think this will never work, but the proof is in the video below! This was a staple out of Chris Mack's Horns series when he was at Xavier. I like this action because even if the initial action is guarded, you can seemlessly flow into another Horns action like flex, 45 ball screen, etc. Click for more Horns sets! Free Playbook - NCAA Horns See More

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Basketball Play - Temple Owls - Double Stagger

Temple Owls - Double Stagger

Garrett Hickey 03/09/2021

Double stagger set which provides two oppurtunities to score. You could also add a ball screen at the end if there is no shot after the last stagger. Check out my blog for more resources #ShareTheGame: https://sharethegame247.wordpress.com/ FastModel's biggest offer of the year for new subscribers! Use code at checkout: MARCHMADNESS See More

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Basketball Play - Drexel Dragons - Double Guards Motion

Drexel Dragons - Double Guards Motion

Garrett Hickey 03/10/2021

Great action by Drexel that can be used as a constant motion for younger players. If you watch them play you will see they have multiple calls out of this as well which include: 1) Ball Screens, 2) down screens, 3) more back doors etc. A lot of great stuff can come out of this. Check out my blog: https://sharethegame247.wordpress.com/ FastModel's biggest offer of the year for new subscribers! Use code at checkout: MARCHMADNESS See More

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Basketball Play - Horns Set Play: "Circle"

Horns Set Play: "Circle"

Matt Hackenberg 12/12/2021

This is a set play out of a horns alignment we use with multiple options. First, we use the alignment to let a playmaker attack and read the defense with the horns ball screen, roll/pop action. We want to play off the ball handler, and if we can't create a shot off the initial attack, look to play 4 around 1 with our big to get it inside. Then we look at a couple simple set options that play off of the base action. Video clip below. Browse more coaching content available on the Sellfy store: https://sellfy.com/coachhack.go/ Follow me on Twitter - @CoachHackGO See More

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Basketball Play - Zip Slot BS Double Flare

Zip Slot BS Double Flare

Matt Hackenberg 02/23/2022

In this diagram and embedded video we look at a sideline inbound play for a double flare screen three-pointer. The zipper into the slot ball screen stretches the defense side to side, then the double flare screen stretches it back the other way. This is an interesting way to put pressure on the defense east and west. Visit my Sellfy store for detailed coaching materials written by me - https://sellfy.com/coachhack.go/ Follow me on Twitter - @CoachHackGO See More

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