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One of the most common actions we faced at the recent FIBA U17 World Championship was Horns into Flex sets. Almost every nation we faced had their version of this.
The ones drawn up today are by the Spain team who we faced in the quarter finals. I liked thier three seperate reads that they would generate out of the action, each look depending on what they needed at each stage of the game.
Horns is still the most commonly used action in youth international play, but this campaign compared to the last saw a lot more flex action out of it.
The Raptors make it look like they are going into typical flex actions (cross screen/down screen), but instead flip the flex cutter into a staggered screen. DeRozan can then choose to use the staggered screen or use a single down screen for a shot.
This play was run at the 5:51 mark of the 2nd half against UNC in the Championship Game of the ACC Finals.
Great action to isolate your Guard in the paint or get a quick flash back from the screener.
This baseline out-of-bounds play has been used all over the Big 12. Having Buddy Hield flash up and be the pass to make the decisions on the flex actions makes it difficult for opposing teams to guard. Hield can shoot, take his man off the dribble, or make the correct pass.