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This play creates a drive for your guard. The flare screen action, which the defender of 4 has to react too, makes it hard for him to contain on the ball screen action. This opens up a huge lane to attack for the guard handling the ball.
Good half court offense. It makes since to use it if you need to get easy points without stopping the game. The point for the screener (on flare screen) is to roll to the basket as quick as possible.
With under a minute left in the first half OKC ran this action to free up Westbrook. It involves a simple flare screen, but a Houston switch allowed a point guard to drive to the basketbal against a big for a layup.
With this set you need a point guard that can shoot it coming off of a flare screen. Throw the high post entry pass to your best post passer. Make sure your wing on the same side as the flare screen starts to cut to the opposite corner as soon as the high post entry pass is made to allow the side ball screen isolation. This play is from the 2012-2013 Wisconsin Green Bay season.
With this play make sure you have a 2 that can make a pass from the top of the key to the rim when 3 cuts off of the diagonal screen. In practice work with your 2's that will be cutting off of the flare screen in reading the defense. You should be able to get a wide open shot, or lay up if your 2 can read the defense properly. This play is from the 2010-2011 Houston Rockets season.
For this play you want to make sure that your two man is your best shooter/scorer. When he cuts off of the flare screen it may be over played, he has to do a good job of setting his defender up with 4 rescreening for a pin down. Your 3 man has to be able to make decisions and reads with 2 cutting off of the flare, and then the pin down, and the 4 man diving hard to the rim after the pin down screen. This play is from the 2010-2011 Houston Rockets season.
This play is from the 2010-2011 Houston Rockets season. You want to have your biggest guard take the ball out and your smallest guard to set the back screen. You want to create a defensive mismatch incase teams try to switch guard on guard action. You have to make sure you work with your 4 man on being able to read the flare screen or having your 5 man slip the flare screen.
Set good screens and cut hard. Inbounder needs to hit the players right when they get open and not make them wait on the ball. Every basketball inbound play should be seen as an opportunity to run a set play and get a good look at the basket. The reason that this basketball play works so well is because there are multiple screening actions in a row. If you set good screens and cut hard this play will be very hard for the defense to guard. This play is from the 2011-2012 Georgia Southern season.
This basketball out of bounds play is going to be run out of the box set. That means that you are going to have a player on each block and each elbow. To make this basketball play work you have to set a good diagonal screen. That way the defense either has to help on the screen and give up a shot on the flare screen or give up a layup. The player passing the ball in should look for the player coming off the diagonal screen, then the shooter off the flare screen, and then the big man opening up after he sets the flare screen. Must set good screens for this play to work. This play is from the 2011-2012 Gadsden State season