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Basketball Play - Vancouver Island WBB - Early Offense

Vancouver Island WBB - Early Offense

Aaron Schuck 02/19/2021

There is a lot to like about the Vancouver Island women's team. After studying some of their games during the 2019-2020 season I saw they can play in a variety of ways. They space the floor and drive double and triple creates. The early action to create those gaps and the discipline to maintain spacing makes them hard to guard. Here is a look at some action they use in their early offense. In this particular video they are under 10 seconds for the quarter so it is also useful to get quick looks in short seconds. *New customers use code SAVE10 for 10% OFF Draw/Scout* See More

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Basketball Play - NC State Wolfpack WBB - Early Offense

NC State Wolfpack WBB - Early Offense

Aaron Schuck 02/10/2021

Top 5-ranked NC State women's basketball is turning into a top 15 team each season under head coach Wes Moore. In this early offense ball screen, the guard drag dribbles off it forcing a numbers advantage for the offense. The defense has also been stretched and has to cover a lot of space to get back in the play. *New customers use code SAVE10 for 10% OFF Draw/Scout* See More

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Basketball Play - Early Offense - Triple Gap

Early Offense - Triple Gap

Tony Miller 06/16/2020

Create multiple scoring opportunities early in your possession by using a simple "toss back" to get your trail player moving down hill against a transitioning defense. The "triple gap" created by the moving 1 gives the 4 a lot of space to drive, which forces the help defense to decide to either help stop the ball or stick to their men. See More

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Basketball Play - Tennessee Volunteers - Early Offense: Baseline Runner Duck in

Tennessee Volunteers - Early Offense: Baseline Runner Duck in

null null 02/04/2019

A set designed to get a DEEP post catch! Tennessee is the best team in the country at getting deep post position using physical duck ins. I call this a "False Motion" set because it uses actions to disguise what they want to get to in the end, in this example Coach Rick Barnes uses a baseline runner to get a deep post look. After 3 screens, in he gets his defender to relax and then ducks in the paint for a catch. Click for more NCAA Top 25 XsOs! See More

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Basketball Play - Tennessee Volunteers - Early Offense: Down Screen Flex Screen

Tennessee Volunteers - Early Offense: Down Screen Flex Screen

null null 02/04/2019

Another staple of Tennessee's offense is the combination of down screens followed by flex screens on the weak side. Once again, with Grant Williams and Admiral Schofield as screeners, it makes it extremley difficult for defenders to get through. A key to this specific action is 3 must set up his defender by getting below the level of the screen and then sprinting off of the screener shoulder to shoulder. How does tennessee make these simple actions so effective? Simple, physical screens and physical cuts! Click for more NCAA Top 25 XsOs! See More

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