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The Iona Gaels used this set last season to get an open 3 point on this misdirection set. x2 was caught looking to help on 3's drive to the basket when he was hit with a stagger screen by 1 & 5.
The San Antonio Spurs utilized a lot of movement and spacing to create open rolling lanes for #21 Tim Duncan. Here they look for the quick hoop as the 3 man curls off a stagger screen. After screening #21 Tim Duncan pops back to get a catch. He executes a dribble handoff and dives hard to the rim. The Miami Heat had a difficult time dealing with him rolling.
This play can be used in the Half-Court or as a Secondary Break. It gets the ball moving and provides three different ways to score. Dean Smith and John Beilein have had a lot of success using this set and its variations.
Nice BLOB from Spain Coach Sergio Scariolo. Staggered screen to inbound the ball, then "gut cut" (similar to a zipper cut but inside) from 1 through a down screen from 5. On the catch, 5 and 3 enter Spain PNR. Tough to guard with lots of movement and screening action.
On the FMS Blog:
The Evolution of Spain PNR in International Basketball
The luxury of having two great shooters like Steph Curry and Klay Thompson means you have options when it comes to late game situations when you need a 3.
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Italian coach Luca Banchi ran the Horns set offense while he was head coach of Armani Milano (2014-15 in LegaBasket and Euroleague). The play provides pick and roll / pop out options for bigs, and stagger screen / hand-off options for guards.