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Basketball Play - Keene - Blur Screen BLOB

Keene - Blur Screen BLOB

Robert Payne 12/15/2018

Quick-hitting Horns BLOB set that uses a blur screen to get an open look at the rim. You get a blur screen-and-slip or a corner look, depending on how the defense plays the screen. Getting to 1.0 Latest post by @RadiusAthletics - don't be surprised if you learn something!https://t.co/6mBnKVETJl — FastModel Sports® ð???ð??» (@FastModel) December 13, 2018 See More

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Basketball Play - Philadelphia 76ers - 25 Pop SLOB

Philadelphia 76ers - 25 Pop SLOB

Austin Anderson 05/04/2018

Philadelphia 76ers SLOB Action. Philly loves running regular actions out of SLOB looks. A majority of its SLOB's will start with a strong side back screen and a weak side pin to the top. In this action from there, Simmons gets them into their "Ear Tug" Series which looks a lot like "Horns". "Number-Number" tells you who is involved in the action. So for Ear Tug 25 Pop, the 2-5 are in action. Simmons comes off the 2 (Redick/Belinelli) and the 2 is flared by the 5 all the way out to the wing (Pop). Redick/Belinelli have the green light to shoot if they get open. Simmons then receives a RIP/Back screen from the 5 and clears. If the lob or dump down to Simmons is there, they will take it. Sequence ends with Embiid playing a 2-man game with Redick/Belinelli. See More

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Basketball Play - San Antonio Spurs Shuffle-Stagger

San Antonio Spurs Shuffle-Stagger

Adam Spinella 05/10/2016

The shuffle-stagger is a common action in the NBA and in levels beneath it. The great part of a shuffle-stagger is having a wing post up for an advantage down low, and a shooter coming off a double stagger from the opposite corner to occupy the help defense. The difficulty of a shuffle-stagger action can be finding ways to reverse the ball when the defense knows it is coming and won't let the action develop. Coach Popovich and the Spurs have a strong way to get into the shuffle-stagger, almost out of a Horns formation. See More

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Basketball Play - Terminology - Formation: C/Corner

Terminology - Formation: C/Corner

Gibson Pyper 04/22/2016

This is one of the harder formations to recognize in games, the Elbow versus C or Corner formation. Elbow is a Horns formation but the point guard dribbles to one wing or the other and passes the ball to the big at the elbow. The guard is opposite in the corner, but in the C formation the guard opposite is high - even or behind the point guard. See More

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Basketball Play - Terminology - Formation: Elbow

Terminology - Formation: Elbow

Gibson Pyper 04/22/2016

This is one of the harder formations to recognize in games, the Elbow versus C or Corner formation. Elbow is a Horns formation but the point guard dribbles to one wing or the other and passes the ball to the big at the elbow. The guard is opposite in the corner, but in the C formation the guard opposite is high - even or behind the point guard. See More

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Basketball Play - Double Stagger Action

Double Stagger Action

Dana Beszczynski 04/01/2016

Laboral Kutxa ran this set against Real Madrid in their Euroleague round of 16 game Friday night. Starts with a "modified" Horns entry with a wing DHO into a SPNR The shuffle screen is set as a "decoy" for the double stagger action which takes place after the SPNR As the shooter comes off the double, with no shot available, the ball side Post steps out to Pick "n" Pop into a 3 pt shot See More

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Basketball Play - "Huskies"

"Huskies"

Dana Beszczynski 11/14/2015

This was the opening play of last nights game between the Washington Huskies and Texas Longhorns which was played in Shanghai, China at the Mercedes Benz Arena. The game marked the beginning of the Shaka Smart era at Texas. Smart had previously coached from 2009-20015 at VCU compiling an overall record of 163-56 and included in that impressive record was a trip to the Final 4. Texas is hoping for big things under Smart not only this year, but in the years to come. Washington is coached by Lorenzo Romar entering his 14th season at the helm with a record of 270-159. The last few years have been down ones for the Huskies and Romar has a young team this year entering the PAC 12 season, but it promises to be exciting. This opening play started in a "Stack" low with the wings sprinting out to the wings and the posts men flashing high to the elbow. The play was designed hoping the 5 man's defender would overplay the flash enabling in this case Marquese Chriss to release to the ring for the lob pass from Andrew Andrews the Washington PG. The pass came up short, but it was an exciting way to start the game and a play which you can use to surprise your opponents at the start of a game! See More

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