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Giannis is a mismatch most times he’s on the floor. Milwaukee loves to use set pieces to get him into easy scoring opportunities. Check out this SLOB from the Bucks-Knicks game on Christmas Day.
This is a play that has many moving parts, and is great for a team that loves setting screens. The Lakers used this to get an open look for Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. It starts with what looks like a basic pick and roll with LeBron James and Tyson Chandler. Then, Chandler turns his roll into an elevator screen for Caldwell-Pope, who then executes a give-and-go with James into an off-ball screen and flare screen that opens up a 3pt opportunity on the catch.
For this to work, you need guards and forwards willing to sacrifice their bodies to make plays. It pays off, even if the spacing can get wonky at times.
Also as a note: you don't necessarily need a "LeBron James" to make this play work. The 1 and the 3 are easily interchangeable. James just happened to be playing the 3 when he was the ball-handler on this play.
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Here is a nice quick hitter that UMass Lowell ran against Boston. I encourage all basketball junkies to watch some of Pat Duquette's offense as the runs some great stuff.
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The Sixers run some great stuff on the baseline. Always several scoring options - at least one opportunity for a three, and one opportunity for something going to the basket.
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This is a great clear out set if you have an athletic big/wing that can go catch this pass. A big key to this is 3 staying opposite lane line to maintain an angle on the pass. Hit play on the video below to see the action.
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