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Basketball Play - Las Vegas Aces - Floppy High Low

Las Vegas Aces - Floppy High Low

Matt Wheeler 09/19/2019

The Las Vegas Aces like to play with two post players who are comfortable around the basket. This is one of their sets that they frequently run to get their posts in a high/low situation. The play starts in a floppy action with 2 cutting off the screen from 3 and 5 to receive the pass on the wing. In a typical "floppy" play, 3 would then cut to the other side of the court off a screen from 4. This time 3 cuts to the ball side corner. This clears the extra defender out of the area so the Aces can get a look in the post off the high/low. See video below. See More

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Basketball Play - Turkey - PNR Twist Floppy

Turkey - PNR Twist Floppy

Matt Wheeler 09/10/2019

The Turkish National Team ran this play early in their overtime game againt Team USA to set up Cedi Osman for three-point shot to give them the lead. Turkey had previously run the PNR twist action with two ball screens for their point guard. This time they went into a floppy action after the ball screens, with 2 screening for 3 under the rim and 4 and 5 setting down screens for both wing players for a shot. See video clip below. Base Play: PNR Twist See More

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Basketball Play - Team USA - Swing DHO Floppy vs Zone

Team USA - Swing DHO Floppy vs Zone

Matt Wheeler 09/09/2019

Team USA basketball faced a zone defense for much of their game against Turkey in the FIBA World Cup. They were down 1 late in overtime and ran this play to get a shot for Joe Harris (3) off of some movement. This is a common play that Gregg Popovich uses with the Spurs against man defense. They made some adjustments to run this as an effective play against Turkey's 2-3 zone defense. 1 reversed the ball to 5. Then 5 went into a dribble handoff with 2. but didn't need to set a good screen on x2. This allowed x2 to get through the screen and shift out of the wing area to matchup with 2 up top. 5 then screened x4 on the outside of the zone to get 3 open. This essentially forced Turkey to matchup man to man with x4 having to guard 3. x4 trailed on the screen and 3 was able to turn the corner on the catch and drive to the basket. See More

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Basketball Play - Toronto Raptors - Back Screen Floppy

Toronto Raptors - Back Screen Floppy

Cooper Smither 04/10/2019

After this play was left dormant for several years in the Raptors playbook, Nick Nurse has brought it back this season to get Danny Green perimeter jumpers. Dwane Casey had previously run this play at least as early as the 2013-14 in Toronto for DeMar DeRozan, but had left it unused in recent seasons. In 2018-19, Nick Nurse has opened several games running this play. See More

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Basketball Play - Texas Tech Red Raiders - Motion Floppy Flare

Texas Tech Red Raiders - Motion Floppy Flare

Dave Nedbalek 04/08/2019

This is a sample of the organic nature of the Texas Tech offense. It is hard to know whether or not this is a designed action after the floppy with Culver due to the constant player freedom to screen off ball at any time but this does give you a preview of the certain type of actions you will be responsible to communicate through and guard when playing vs. Texas Tech. Blog Post: Texas Tech Defense Puts Opponents on Red Alert See More

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Basketball Play - Wofford Terriers - Snap Floppy Twist

Wofford Terriers - Snap Floppy Twist

Doug Brotherton 03/22/2019

This set by Wofford has a lot going on, but it is a great action to get an open 3. The set has a pin down, with a return dribble hand off. Following that, it appears to be a double stagger away, but that is rejected. The next misdirection is the potential floppy action, which is twisted at the end, to be a double stagger coming back out for a shot. This is a great set, to open up a good shooter. Wofford beat Seton Hall in the first round, behind their ability to free up their three point shooters. This is just one example of the great actions that they run. NCAA Tournament - Style of Play Viewing Guide See More

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