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Basketball Play - Georgetown Elbow Down

Georgetown Elbow Down

Wes Kosel 05/05/2015

1 passes to 5 flashing to the high post then screens down for 4 at the free-throw line. 4 makes a back-cut to the basket and 1 pops out to the top of the key. Once 1 has the ball, 5 sets a ball-screen for 1 as 3 sets a cross-screen for 4. 1 looks to drive left and score, pass to 5 on the roll, or pass to 4 in the corner for a shot. See More

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Basketball Play - Clipper Horns Down-Wheel

Clipper Horns Down-Wheel

Wes Kosel 04/20/2015

In this horns option, 1 dribbles from left to right off of a staggered ball-screen from 5 and 4. As 1 is moving to the right, 2 moves up to the wing and 3 to the ball-side low post. Once 1 gets into the middle of the floor, 5 sets a flare-screen for 4 and 2 sets a down-screen for 3. 1 makes the pass to either 3 or 4 for a shot. See More

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Basketball Play - Wedge Ballscreen

Wedge Ballscreen

Adam Spinella 02/25/2015

Increasingly at the collegiate and even high school levels, teams are running ball screen sets. As the postseason nears and high level teams remain, offenses must be prepared for all different styles of defensive play. Some nuanced defensive teams will throw a counter to good ball screen offenses – known as icing. Icing a ball screen occurs on side ball screens, where the man guarding the ball squares his shoulders to the sideline and does not let the ball go middle. The man guarding the screener does not hedge the screen, instead being ready to contain the ball as it gets driven towards the baseline. He contains, the original defender recovers and the man guarding the screener is in position to take away any rolls to the rim. The most obvious counter to icing a ball screen is hitting the pick-and-pop game, since coverage on the screener is non-existent at the moment the ball gets driven baseline. After that, teams adjust to set alley screens which lead the ball handler to the baseline. However, coaches of ball screen-heavy offenses may consider putting in a counter during the postseason. This play is one run by many NBA teams to stop a team from icing their ball screen. See More

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Basketball Play - Iowa Screen the Screener

Iowa Screen the Screener

Andrew Greer 03/21/2015

This Iowa Hawkeyes set is a twist on a set that most coaches either have in their playbook or have seen on the court before. The Hawkeyes used a back screen cross screen combo to get a wide open dunk on the opposite block. In their screen the screener action the initial screener is a shooter who will receive the second screen to get to the corner. See More

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Basketball Play - SDSU Short Corner Post Dive

SDSU Short Corner Post Dive

Wes Kosel 03/20/2015

San Diego State opened up the game with this play and forced St. John's to foul at the rim. The play starts with a pass entry to the wing then a loop by the point guard down to the rim and back out to the perimeter. 4 gets the ball in the short corner and looks for an opening to make a move for a shot. If 4 doesn't have anything, he looks to pass to 2 cutting off of a flare screen from the point guard or hit 5 diving to the basket. See More

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Basketball Play - Xavier Stack Seal Sneak

Xavier Stack Seal Sneak

Randy Sherman 03/19/2015

Xavier scored on this play in the first half and came back to it on their first possession in the second half. Zone set play vs. 2-3. Best shooter is in the dead corner forcing X4 to closeout. On the pass from 1 to 2: 3 crosses lane and seals X3 4 post hard to occupy X5 5 sneaks behind zone for easy catch and score. See More

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Basketball Play - Baseline (3-low)

Baseline (3-low)

Rory Hamilton 07/29/2015

We start by forming a triple stack on either block with our player being guarded M2M on top. To initiate the action, the point guard uses a freeze dribble to attack the top defender in the box and the players forming the stack set a double screen on the low box defender and the middle guard looks to pop out to shooting range. If the bottom of the zone shifts out quickly to defended the short corner/corner shot, the ball side post immediately screens away and brings weak side post across the hoop for a baseline bounce pass. If nothing develops on this action a quick pass to the point guard followed by a ball screen by the guarded player and the action can be run to the other side. If at anytime the bottom box defender anticipates the corner pass, the point guard can ball fake and immediately hit the post player slipping the screen on the block. You can also run this play with your player being guarded M2M as the baseline runner. See More

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Basketball Play - Georgetown Double Back-Cut

Georgetown Double Back-Cut

Wes Kosel 05/05/2015

1 passes to 2 then cuts into the lane and out to the right corner. 4 and 3 exchange on the back-side. 2 passes to 3 who reverses the ball to 4. Once 4 has the ball, 3 cuts through the lane and 5 steps across the lane and posts up. If 5 isn't open, 4 dribbles towards the top of the key as 2 makes a back-cut. If 2 isn't open, 4 continues his dribble as 1 makes a back-cut. 1 finishes his cut with a cross-screen for 5 inside. See More

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Basketball Play - Golden State Warrios "Drag Pindown"

Golden State Warrios "Drag Pindown"

Gibson Pyper 04/23/2015

Coaches generally watch what other coaches use in their offense and if they like the action or think that it can be used for their personnel, they steal it. Kerr uses a set that Doc Rivers has been utilizing for JJ Redick to get an open shot. This set flows in transition nicely for the Warriors who like to run the "Phoenix Drag" screen in transition, and they get good shots out of it. Typically Steph runs the point in this set, but against New Orleans Kerr has Iguadola handle in order to get Steph a shot. Iguadola dribbles at Steph who cuts backdoor, then receives a ballscreen (Drag) and dribbles off of it. Opposite wing cuts hard to the rim pulling his defender with him, then Steph sprints off down screen for a shot. 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 - Suns Spread PNP

Suns Spread PNP

Adam Spinella 12/04/2014

Dragic (1) dribbles towards Bledsoe (2), pushing him backdoor behind Frye (5). Morris (4) pops out from the elbow to the wing. Bledsoe (2) fills corner, pushing Green (3) up on the wing. Middle Pick-and-Pop with Dragic (1) and Frye (5). The rim should be unprotected or a shooter will be open on the perimeter See More

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Basketball Play - Tulsa SLOB Line

Tulsa SLOB Line

Wes Kosel 05/11/2015

2 starts with the ball out-of-bounds and 1 cuts up the lane line to get the ball. 1 dribbles right as 2 cuts off of screens from 5 and 4. 1 passes to 4 then moves to the opposite wing. 2 gets a ball-screen from 4 and attacks middle. See More

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Basketball Play - "Post"


Luke Riegel 03/27/2015

This set provide several opportunites to get your 5 man a post touch on each block. If you have a point-guard that is comfortable posting up, this set is a great opportunity to get him an early post touch on the block. After the initial UCLA screen by the 5 man, the point-guard tries to get a post touch, but if he can't, he immediately goes into another UCLA screen for the 5 to get him back on the block. If the 5 isn't open on the block, the ball gets reversed to the point guard. The 4 man immediately sets a ball screen for the point guard to help get the ball reversed to the other side of the floor. The 3 will sprint across the lane and set a cross-screen for the 5 man and another post up opportunity for him on the opposite block. The 4 man will finish the play with a down screen for the 3 to the top of the key. See More

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Basketball Play - VCU Ball Screen

VCU Ball Screen

Andrew Greer 03/19/2015

VCU used this ball screen action late in their loss to Ohio State in Round 2 of the NCAA Tournament. VCU got the look they were looking for with 3 shooters spread around the perimeter but due to a bad pass and off balance shot they did not score. VCU gave Ohio State trouble the entire game using similar actions to get their guards paint touches. See More

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Basketball Play - Cyclone Drag Flare

Cyclone Drag Flare

Wes Kosel 03/19/2015

This counter to the drag play was used early in the second half. Niang moves over to set a drag screen for 1 dribbling up the right side of the floor. 2 clears out to the opposite corner to create space for Niang to cut to on a flare screen. As 1 dribbles middle, 5 sets a flare screen for Niang. 1 passes to Niang for a 3-point shot. See More

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