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Basketball Play - Zip 54 Rub

Zip 54 Rub

Adam Spinella 11/07/2013

This play was run by the New Orleans Pelicans on their opening night against the Indiana Pacers. Zip 54 Rub is designed to get Anthony Davis an open wing jumper, using his athleticism and comfort on the perimeter to throw off his post defender. Most post defenders aren't used to going over handoffs or screens, and this pattern that Davis runs forces them to do so. See More

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Basketball Play - Seattle Slob Punch

Seattle Slob Punch

Daniel Murphy 09/26/2013

Late game play ran by Seattle in the 2000 playoffs vs. the Jazz. Gary Payton inbouded the ball and posted up. If you have a good post up guard this is a simple way to get the ball in the post for an iso, or you can change your personnel and post up any player directly from a side out situation. See More

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Basketball Play - Dive Series

Dive Series

Alan Peel 09/13/2013

These are a series of secondary break plays from a series that can be run differently with modifying tags. For more, check out my website www.coachpeelbasketball.com, sign up for a membership and get your first 30 days free. See More

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Basketball Play - High KD Drive

High KD Drive

Adam Spinella 08/02/2013

High KD Drive is an option read half-court set for both Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. The Thunder ran this several times with James Harden at the 2. It is designed to give Durant the primary option to score, and if the opportunity presents itself based on how the defense plays Durant, Westbrook will have the green light to drive to the basket. See More

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Basketball Play - Spurs Sprint Side Ball Screen

Spurs Sprint Side Ball Screen

Kevin Bruinsma 07/07/2013

The Spurs ran this against the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals to create seperation on #21 Tim Duncan's side ball screen. #4 Danny Green while Duncan was trailing the play set his man up and set a screen for Duncan so he had a great screening angle on #9 Tony Parker. Everyone spaced the floor and Duncan & Parker played two man game. See More

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