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Basketball Play - Michigan State Spartans - L Option Post Up

Michigan State Spartans - L Option Post Up

Cody Cohen 05/22/2019

When looking for coaches who run great sets to get the ball into the post, there are two coahces that are at the top of that list: Tom Izzo and Matt Painter. Both historically have had great post players that have been viable options offensivley for their teams. In the first play of the game after the game between Michigan State and Purdue from this past season, Tom Izzo runs this set to get arguably his two best players involved in the same action with Nick Ward and Cassius Winston. The primary option is to get the ball into Ward on the low block. The defense is also kept honest because the point guard has the option to come off a pin down from the 4 or come off the 5's baseline screen and look to enter the ball into the post. This set is great option in terms of keeping your best players involved in the same action, while creating oppurtunities to get the ball in the low post should that be one of the better options for your team. See the first clip of the game in video below. See More

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Basketball Play - Las Vegas Aces - Middle Ball Screen Hi-Lo SLOB

Las Vegas Aces - Middle Ball Screen Hi-Lo SLOB

Aseem Rastogi 05/06/2019

The Aces use this SLOB to get the ball to the pinch post area quickly as well as to bridge into their main sets on offense. The space created by the BLOB allows star player A'Ja Wilson to face up and get to the rim. Other options are to make a high-low pass, or hit a slasher come off a triple stagger screen along the baseline. Blog Series: Las Vegas Aces XsOs: Part 1 - Quick HItters and ATO's Part 2 - Baseline Double Cross Part 3 - Pinch Post Actions Part 4 - BLOBs and SLOBs See More

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Basketball Play - Las Vegas Aces - Circle Double Stack BLOB

Las Vegas Aces - Circle Double Stack BLOB

Aseem Rastogi 05/06/2019

The Aces use this BLOB to get an open layup or short jumper. Because Kayla McBride commands so much attention, the first option (Lindsay Allen or Kelsey Plum) is usually the one getting the majority of the looks. This is because the help defense is consumed with making sure McBride doesn't get a layup, and they often leave the 1 open under the basket. Blog Series: Las Vegas Aces XsOs: Part 1 - Quick HItters and ATO's Part 2 - Baseline Double Cross Part 3 - Pinch Post Actions Part 4 - BLOBs and SLOBs See More

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