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Basketball Play - Baseline Single or Down Screen

Baseline Single or Down Screen

Basketball HQ 10/09/2012

For a catch and shoot player it is all about catching the ball in enough space to get his shot off. This play is good because it gives the shooter the option to come off the down screen or baseline screen. Giving the shooter options makes it a lot harder on the defender as well. Shooter needs to set his man up and not be predictable on his cut. Don’t let the defender dictate which screen you go off. Big men must head hunt and help the shooter get open by setting a good screen. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season. See More

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Basketball Play - Down Screen Screener Shooting

Down Screen Screener Shooting

Brandon Bailey 09/26/2012

TIGHT / CURL CUT (Screener Goes Opposite the Cutter): - 4 man fakes like he is cutting to the basket and gets his butt to the ball for a better angle on his screen - 4 man simulates a downscreen and holds for a count - The screener always goes opposite the cutter: on a TIGHT / CURL cut, the screener will pop for a shot - 1 man sweeps the ball below his knees, takes 1 dribble and passes the ball to the 4 man POCKET CUT (Cutter's defender goes underneath the screen, and gets screened): - 4 man fakes like he is cutting to the basket and gets his butt to the ball for a better angle on his screen - 4 man simulates a downscreen and holds for a count - The screener always goes opposite the cutter: on a POCKET cut, the screener will cut to the basket - 1 man sweeps the ball below his knees, takes 1 dribble and passes the ball to the 4 man FADE CUT (Cutter's defender goes underneath the screen): - 4 man fakes like he is cutting to the basket and gets his butt to the ball for a better angle on his screen - 4 man simulates a downscreen and holds for a count - The screener always goes opposite the cutter: on a FADE cut, the screener will change the angle of his screen and cut to the basket - 1 man sweeps the ball below his knees, takes 1 dribble and passes the ball to the 4 man See More

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Basketball Play - Double Back Screen/Down Screen

Double Back Screen/Down Screen

Basketball HQ 08/28/2012

This set was run by the Chicago Bulls in the 2006-2007 season. This set is designed to get a lay up for your post player or a three point shot for your point guard. In this screen the screener action, your point guard will have to head hunt and set a good screen on 4's man, in order to get a wide open shot. See More

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Basketball Play - Las Vegas Aces - Floppy High Low

Las Vegas Aces - Floppy High Low

Matt Wheeler 09/19/2019

The Las Vegas Aces like to play with two post players who are comfortable around the basket. This is one of their sets that they frequently run to get their posts in a high/low situation. The play starts in a floppy action with 2 cutting off the screen from 3 and 5 to receive the pass on the wing. In a typical "floppy" play, 3 would then cut to the other side of the court off a screen from 4. This time 3 cuts to the ball side corner. This clears the extra defender out of the area so the Aces can get a look in the post off the high/low. See video below. See More

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