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Basketball Play - Sweet 16 NCAA Playbook

Sweet 16 NCAA Playbook

FastModel Sports 06/03/2015

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Basketball Play - Pitch Up

Pitch Up

FastModel Sports 04/15/2015

1 pitches the ball up the court to the 2, only this time instead of shallow cutting he cuts diagonal on a straight line to the weak side block. As the ball is reverse from the 2 to the trailing 4 man the 3 pops out to receive the ball. Now instead of block-to-block action the 1 sets and Up screen for the 4 man who cuts hard to the strong side block. The first look is to the 4 and this is great action to get the 4 man into the post early and off of action that has great movement and is not stagnant. The better the screen set by the 1, the more his defender has to help and bump the cutting 4. This opens the 1 up at the top of the key for a pass from the 3. In the name of quick and consecutive action as the pass goes to the 1, the 5 sprints to set a Middle PNR for the 1. The 4 can replace up to the slot or space to the duck in area. See More

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Basketball Play - Pitch Slice

Pitch Slice

FastModel Sports 04/15/2015

1 pitches the ball ahead and again the 2 looks to reverse the ball to the trailing 4 man. The difference is that after the 1 hits the 2 (or goes DHO with the 2) the 1 fills the strong side corner. The 4 will then reverse the ball to the 3 on the weak side. The 5 then steps to set a screen on the 2 for the slice cut (a great opportunity to post a strong guard). After setting the screen for the 2 and after reversing the ball to the 3, the 5 and 4 then set a double staggered screen for the 1 and wheel action is initiated. As the 1 receives the pass, the 5 and 4 continue to screen the 2 who looks for the shot off the second double staggered. To close the play the 4 cross screens for the 5 and post up action can ensue or an SPNR. See More

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Basketball Play - Pitch Cross

Pitch Cross

FastModel Sports 04/15/2015

Pitch Cross provides a plethora of options that can be reads or calls depending on how your players progress. The basic look involves the 1 pitching the ball ahead to the 2 on the wing. The first look is always straight to the post for a quick bucket. If that is not available the 2 will then reverse the ball to the 4 who is trailing the play (usually due to taking the ball inbounds). After kicking the ball ahead the 1 shallow cuts and pops to receive the ball on the 2nd side wing. The 3 who ran the weak side wing settles at the block for a post up opportunity. If one does not present itself, the 3 then initiates cross screen down screen action by screening for the 5 who looks to post and receiving a down screen from the 4. The looks are to the post, to the shooter and if nothing presents itself whatever your motion principles are can kick in. For instance, if the ball hits the post and cutters dive and clear opposite ball reversal back to the 1 can initiate SPNR on the 3rd side. The same goes for a reversal to the 3 who doesn't have a shot. The 3 can then swing back to the 2 and again initiate SPNR action. See More

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Basketball Play - Transition Track Down:

Transition Track Down:

FastModel Sports 04/15/2015

Place a cone at the feet throw line extended at the opposite end of the court. The offense can’t cut in towards the basket until after they reach that cone, which allows the defense a bit more time to catch up and avoids collisions at mid court. The defensive player works to track down the offensive player and make a play on the ball. It is important that players do not get out of control during this drill, and that they never hit one of their teammates while in the air...we don’t want anyone getting injured. Instead, the defender needs to work on doing one of the following: sprinting in front of the offensive player; knocking the ball out from behind; blocking the shot from behind; or catching up completely and working to stop further penetration. (Note: while this is primarily a defensive drill, it is also a great way for your players to learn to finish with pressure and/or small contact on the offensive side of the ball.) See More

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Basketball Play - Bermuda Triangle Close Out

Bermuda Triangle Close Out

FastModel Sports 04/14/2015

Start with 4 players and a coach at each basket. Three of the players start around the three point line as the offensive team…one player on each wing and one at the top of the key. The fourth player starts on defense and is under the basket with a ball. The defensive player rolls the ball out to one of the offensive players on the wing, then they close out and defend that offensive player. The defensive player is working 1-on-1 to force a bad shot and get the defensive rebound. Once the defender secures the rebound, they move on to the next offensive player by rolling them the ball and closing out on them. The defensive player must get 3 stops in a row, one from each player on offense. This is where the defense can get “caught in the Bermuda Triangle”…if you don’t get stops you will get stuck in there! Once the defender gets all 3 stops, everyone rotates one position. The drill ends when all 4 players have made their stops as the defensive player. The coach is at the basket to call fouls, which count as a score and the defender must move on to the next offensive player. See More

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Basketball Play - Multiple Shots

Multiple Shots

FastModel Sports 04/01/2015

How can you create (or recreate) drills that maximize the skills you are emphasizing to your team, while also integrating shots at the basket? For example, if you are running a drill that focuses on players attacking the basket from the wing and finishing at the hoop, you want to create a drill that gets your players as many reps as possible during that drill See More

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Basketball Play - 2016 NCAA Tournament

2016 NCAA Tournament

FastModel Sports 03/31/2015

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Basketball Play - FT Crossing

FT Crossing

FastModel Sports 03/24/2015

As many high school teams are deep into their state tournaments and as college teams prepare for their conference tournaments (and for some lucky teams the NCAA tournament as well), it is vital to be practicing “time and score” situations daily. If you and your team have been working on these scenarios throughout the year, you are in great position to execute them properly down the stretch. Here we have the situation where we must miss a FT and get an offensive rebound. This is something that must be practiced and can't just be drawn up in a huddle. See More

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Basketball Play - Transition Build Up

Transition Build Up

FastModel Sports 03/03/2015

Practicing transition offense and defense by nature creates a conditioning drill, but combining that with a 20 second shot clock (which can be lowered as your team gets in better shape and more comfortable with this drill) produces major back and forth action and gets your team running while also working on fundamental skills…and it’s fun too! See More

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Basketball Play - 2 Minute Continuous Lay-Ups

2 Minute Continuous Lay-Ups

FastModel Sports 03/03/2015

Start by splitting your team into two lines at half court, about 30-40 feet apart. Every player in one of the lines should have a ball. Players are going to be shooting lay-ups at both baskets continuously for 2 minutes. The drill begins at the same time on both baskets. Player 1 passes a cross to Player 7, who passes right back to Player 1 for a lay-up. The player shooing the lay-up is not allowed to dribble, so the pass must be in the correct spot to lead them into their shot. Simultaneously, Player 4 passes a cross to Player 10, who passes right back to Player 4 for a lay-up. Both passers (Players 7 and 10) rebound the lay-ups and dribble to the line on the opposite side of the court (the shooting line). Both lay-up shooters (Player 1 and Player 4) sprint to the line opposite them (the passing line). The drill continues with the next pair of players performing the same give and go motion (Player 2 with Player 8 and Player 5 with Player 11) for lay-up attempts. As the drill progresses, the lines disappear as everyone is forced to be moving to keep the drill alive. See More

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Basketball Play - Late Game Situations

Late Game Situations

FastModel Sports 02/05/2015

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Basketball Play - USA Shooting

USA Shooting

FastModel Sports 02/03/2015

Players 1, 2 & 3 pass & weave down the court, ending with a left handed lay-up. The two players who didn't shoot the lay-up recieve passes from Player 4 & Player 5 for 10-15ft jump shots. The player that shot the lay-up, along with Players 4 & 5, pass & weave to the other end of the floor. Drill continues with one lay-up & two jump shots on each end. See More

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