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Basketball Play - Spain - Gut BLOB to Spain PNR

Spain - Gut BLOB to Spain PNR

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 08/11/2018

Nice BLOB from Spain Coach Sergio Scariolo. Staggered screen to inbound the ball, then "gut cut" (similar to a zipper cut but inside) from 1 through a down screen from 5. On the catch, 5 and 3 enter Spain PNR. Tough to guard with lots of movement and screening action. On the FMS Blog: The Evolution of Spain PNR in International Basketball See More

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Basketball Play - Russia - Misdirection STS BLOB

Russia - Misdirection STS BLOB

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 08/10/2018

Misdirection BLOB from Russia Coach Sergey Bazarevich in the FIBA World Cup Qualifiers. Plays starts with 4 screening 3 to open space to receive a safety pass. Instead of receiving the safety, 4 cuts hard towards the inbounder. 2 (shooter) fakes to set a back screen for 4 and creates the misdirection. 2 then curls off a back screen from 5 for an open jump shot. See video below! More from Diccon: The Evolution of Spain PNR in International Basketball See More

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Basketball Play - Doornekamp Action STS BLOB

Doornekamp Action STS BLOB

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 08/04/2018

Nice set using Basketball Immersion's "Doornekamp Action" - a term for fake lifting for the safety pass and then cutting basket cutting, as 4 does in this set. Use a shooter as the back screener and clear the lane by placing 5 in the ball side corner and lifting the wing out of the weak side corner. This set works for all ages and abilities, and should result in an open shot or a switch to attack. More from Diccon: The Evolution of Spain PNR in International Basketball See More

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Basketball Play - Canada - Force Curl STS BLOB

Canada - Force Curl STS BLOB

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 08/04/2018

Effective and simple BLOB play by Canada Coach Jay Triano. Use this play with players of all ages if you have a shooter that can release quickly. This play works off the basis that by force-curling the first screen, your shooter effectively uses the cutter's defender as a second moving screen, and because the offense is cutting to the basket, the inbounder's defender must shade basket side - leaving the passing lane open. More from Diccon: The Evolution of Spain PNR in International Basketball See More

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Basketball Play - Cleveland Cavaliers - Floppy BLOB

Cleveland Cavaliers - Floppy BLOB

KJ Smith 05/14/2018

The inbounding version of the popular half court Floppy set involves simple screening action at the elbow. The shooters are free to sprint out for jumpshots, curl to the rim or even backdoor cut straight to the basket. The key to this set is that no matter what the guards decide to do as far as cutting, all four of these spots are filled once the play has finished. See More

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