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During the 2019 FIBA World Cup, the Puerto Rican national team came back from an 11-point deficit in the last two minutes vs Iran, using down screen actions to get three-point looks. In this play, PR exploited Iran's center staying deep.
The Dribble Option is the third option within our 30 Series transition offense.
Note: This offense can be ran on either side of the court. The point guard choses the side and the 5 and 4 adjust their running lanes accordingly. See video below.
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30 Series is a secondary break offense that is at it's best when flowing from transition before the defense gets set. If ran at full speed, with proper spacing and effective screens this offense will create high percentage shots for your team. There are four differnet ways to start the offense and it's all based on reads. We want our young ladies to use different options to keep the defense off balance.
I first saw this presented by Dave Severns of the Los Angeles Clippers at the Northern Arizona University Coaches Clinic. This is known as the Pistol or Hurry Up Offense in NBA circles. I haven't seen very many women's programs running this and it can be very effective in the women's game.
See video below.
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The Toronto Raptors' most frequently used Sideline Out of Bounds (SLOB) play in 2018-19 forces the defense to move laterally before being put in position to defend a "Stack" ball screen. SLOB "1" features a Slice cut and Mover-Blocker principles before a high pick and roll to attack the defense downhill. SLOB "3" is a counter.
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Coach Sarunas Jasikevicius of Zalgiris Kaunas likes to camouflage Spain PNR action by starting with a diamond set, misleading the defense to believe it's a choice set for a guard. The back screen is set by a good shooter, so if his defender commits to 5's roll, he'll have an open shot. Great play to use in late game situations or for a surprise score.
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