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Basketball Play - TWIST Concept

TWIST Concept

Randy Sherman 04/23/2018

The "TWIST" from Four T's of International Offense - The twist is a rescreen used when the on ball defender goes under the ball screen. Check out videos below featuring Pau Gasol of the San Antonio Spurs. More on Spread Ball Screen Offense... See More

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Basketball Play - Pinar Karsiyaka - Motion Weak Cross

Pinar Karsiyaka - Motion Weak Cross

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 04/23/2018

Cross Screen option out of Pinar Karsiyaka Head Coach Aleksandar Trifununovic's iteration of Spurs "Motion Weak". Karsiyaka run this to get DJ Kennedy in the post but it can be used with a big. Karsiyaka will mask this entry by having the 5 start on the FT line and set back sreens before flashing for the reversal. Play can also end with an empty corner PNR instead of a post up. See More

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Basketball Play - Washington Wizards - Horns Reverse DHO

Washington Wizards - Horns Reverse DHO

Cooper Smither 04/19/2018

The Washington Wizards run much of their halfcourt offense out of Horns sets. Scott Brooks uses this action to free up the Wizards guards to shoot off the dribble driving towards the middle of the floor. The non-shooting big will never set the ball screen when this action is being used, and will dive to the rim while the stretch 4 pops for the DHO. See More

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Basketball Play - 4 Out 1 In Motion Offense

4 Out 1 In Motion Offense

Jr. Wizards 04/18/2018

This 4 out, 1 in motion style offense is not a patterned or continuity style offense, but rather a set of rules designed to give players the ability to read and react to the defense. This offense is easy to learn yet hard to perfect. It's also very hard to scout and prepare for once fully implemented, due to its read and react nature. It is best used by teams that are guard heavy, but can be adjusted to fit any type of lineup. Jr. Wizards Coaches Manual See More

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