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Basketball Play - Dallas Mavericks - Stagger Ghost KU

Dallas Mavericks - Stagger Ghost KU

Dave Nedbalek 10/19/2021

This is a very common action in the Maverick's playbook. This false motion must be honored with players like Doncic, Hardaway, KP and the rest of the Mavericks weapons. This stagger into a ball screen will prompt a switch and the opportunity for the Mavericks to roll their newest big man, 7'2" Moses Brown, into the paint with a guard on his back and surrounded by shooters. This set can be run for any player you would like to get a deep paint catch for. Video clip below. See More

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Basketball Play - Dallas Mavericks - Loop Follow Punch SLOB

Dallas Mavericks - Loop Follow Punch SLOB

Dave Nedbalek 10/19/2021

This is a great set that will take advantage of any ball screen coverage. It is especially effective in taking advantage of switches as you see in the video below. The quick timing of the iverson/rub cut into the middle pick and roll will distort the help to either get 5 on the initial lob, 1 an advantage in space vs. the 5, or the throwback post entry the Mavericks use here. See More

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Basketball Play - Townsville Fire (WNBL) - Clear Back Cut

Townsville Fire (WNBL) - Clear Back Cut

Aaron Schuck 10/04/2021

This backdoor set comes from the Townsville Fire of the WNBL in Australia. A couple coaching points: 2 must time it well to begin walking defender up the arc to make sure she gets high enough so on the cut she is above the block. PG attacks right at 2 defenders to get her to react to the ball so 2 can back cut. PG passes as 2 starts the cut. Video clip below. See More

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Basketball Play - Atlanta Dream - STS Slip BLOB

Atlanta Dream - STS Slip BLOB

Tony Miller 09/28/2021

Watch the clip below as Coach Tony Miller uses FastDraw, the #1 play diagramming program for basketball coaches, to break down this baseline out of bounds set from the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream. STS action usually produces an open player, often the last screener. Here x4 is likely needed to show on the cross screen, leaving 4 open for an easy layup. Send to FastDraw using the button above. Get FastDraw (new subscribers use code: SAVE10) Follow Coach Miller on Twitter View Coach Miller's Playbank page for more plays & drills More FastDraw content from Coach Miller: SSGs for Player Development & Team Offense SSGs for Ball Screen Offense Brad Stevens Playbook Check out the latest coaching content from FMS See More

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