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Basketball Play - Louisville Cardinals - Iverson Backdoor ATO

Louisville Cardinals - Iverson Backdoor ATO

Dustin Cooper 02/13/2019

Quick Hitter from Coach Chris Mack. This was a staple in his ATO playbook at Xavier and he has continued to utilize it at Louisville. Starts with a 1-4 high setup and then a Iverson cut. Timing is key to making this work! Coach Mack likes to use Ryan McMahon as the cutter because of his ability to shoot the ball - the defenders arent expecting him to make a cut towards the paint. Download: 50 ATO Quick Hitters Playbook See More

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Basketball Play - Toronto Raptors -  SLOB "3" (Misdirection Pick and Roll)

Toronto Raptors - SLOB "3" (Misdirection Pick and Roll)

Cooper Smither 02/12/2019

Another Sideline Out of Bounds (SLOB) play Nick Nurse introduced in his first season as the Head Coach for the Toronto Raptors is one which uses the same formation as SLOB "1". Through misdirection to make the defense believe "1" is being run, the Raptors have caught defenses by surprise quite frequently before engaging in a middle ball screen after a dribble handoff (DHO). This is typically a set play used to get Kawhi Leonard a possession as a pick and roll ball handler. Free Download: Toronto Raptors Playbook See More

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Basketball Play - Toronto Raptors - Point Handback

Toronto Raptors - Point Handback

Cooper Smither 02/12/2019

The Toronto Raptors have altered the spacing and sequencing of normal pin down series' with this play. By engaging off ball defenders to actively track non-threats, Nick Nurse has developed a quick hitter with multiple options that flows freely depending on what the defense gives up. Free Download: Toronto Raptors Playbook See More

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Basketball Play - Toronto Raptors - Horns Flex Uphill DHO

Toronto Raptors - Horns Flex Uphill DHO

Cooper Smither 02/12/2019

This is an after time out (ATO) play primarily used by Head Coach Nick Nurse and the Toronto Raptors to get Kyle Lowry a pull-up 3-pointer. By keeping the defense honest with the occassional solid cross screen and flex cut, Lowry's defender is forced to trail him as he approaches the "uphill" DHO to make this an effective set play. Click to view Twitter thread of Raptors #XsOs! See More

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Basketball Play - Toronto Raptors - Snap 3

Toronto Raptors - Snap 3

Cooper Smither 02/12/2019

The Toronto Raptors have utilized "Snap" action to intitiate much of their offense for the past two season - and "Snap 3" is no exception. As a way to incorporate Kawhi Leonard and his skillset into its base offense, Toronto has added this post up play. It has also been sparingly used for other Raptors, such as Pascal Siakam, in order to isolate a mismatch. Free Download: Toronto Raptors Playbook See More

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Basketball Play - Igor Milicic - Horns Wall Ball

Igor Milicic - Horns Wall Ball

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 02/12/2019

Very creative set by Anwil Head Coach Igor Milicic. This set worked because Anwil have a shooting 5 and a size advantage at the 1. This set is designed to look like a traditional Horns Side action and is to be used against teams that stunt, trap off the ball or show on the down screen - any coverage that enables the PG to get his defender in his back. See video below for evidence of it working successfully! See More

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Basketball Play - Tennessee Volunteers - Early Offense: Baseline Runner Duck in

Tennessee Volunteers - Early Offense: Baseline Runner Duck in

Dustin Cooper 02/04/2019

A set designed to get a DEEP post catch! Tennessee is the best team in the country at getting deep post position using physical duck ins. I call this a "False Motion" set because it uses actions to disguise what they want to get to in the end, in this example Coach Rick Barnes uses a baseline runner to get a deep post look. After 3 screens, in he gets his defender to relax and then ducks in the paint for a catch. Click for more NCAA Top 25 XsOs! See More

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Basketball Play - Orlando Magic - 45 PNR

Orlando Magic - 45 PNR

Matt Barnthouse 01/30/2019

This is a situation where having a 4 that can handle the ball can make your offense dynamic. On this play, Aaron Gordon acts as point guard, running a basic Pick and Roll with Nikola Vucevic, along with some added motion with the 1 and 2. This accomplishes a few things: A) The beginning of the set looks almost as if the point guard is coming up to take the ball, which forces the defense to anticipate. B) Having the 4 as the ball handler, 1 off the ball, and the 3 stuck in the corner puts Russell Westbrook and Paul George off the ball, allowing the offense to attack the Thunder's weaker players. C) A taller player can simply see the roll man better and deliver a nice pass that goes through the help defense in a way that a smaller player may not be able to do. D) The off-ball motion during the roll forces defenders to keep their attention on their assignments away from the ball. While this play requires players with unique skillsets, the concepts can be translated to just about any level, the idea that having a ball handler who is not the typical ball handler can be used to exploit weaknesses in the defense in ways that only using a traditional point guard cannot. Check out this blog post on my experience as a FMS content intern! See More

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