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Basketball Play - Memphis Horns Rip

Memphis Horns Rip

Daniel Murphy 05/15/2013

First play Memphis ran in the second half of their game 2 win over OKC. This is a great set play that involves backscreens and cuts to the rim. This puts a lot of pressure on the defense. Although Memphis did not get a great shot attempt, there are multiple opportunities to score on this play. Starting the point guard in the corner allowed a little-big back screen and allows the best passes to feed the best post player isolated on the block. See More

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Basketball Play - Shuffle Slip

Shuffle Slip

John Leonzo 05/14/2013

Here is a set that was run often by the Wichita State Shockers throughout the past season. This quick hitter gives you the option of 1 attacking off the ball screen, 4 cutting to the basket, 3 for a jumper, or 5 posting up on the block. This play is effective for getting a post up because of the misdirection that takes place off the ball screen. As 1 attacks off the ball screen and 4 cuts hard of the back screen from 5, the defense will anticipate the play coming to the strong side. As 3 pops and 5 slips to post up, the ball can be thrown back to 3 and 5 can effectively post up for a quality look at the basket. See More

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Basketball Play - BONUS NBA Play of the Day May 9: Miami Heat Power

BONUS NBA Play of the Day May 9: Miami Heat Power

Kyle Gilreath 05/09/2013

Last night in an impressive win over the Chicago Bulls in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals, the Miami Heat ran this play to get Lebron james a post up action. What made this play so effective is Ray Allen set the initial back screen on Lebron. Having the best shooter in NBA history set a screen really puts the defense in a bind because if you over-help the defense ends up late on the pin-down and more than likely give up an open 3-pointer. See More

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Basketball Play - Louisville Lob

Louisville Lob

Scott Creighton 04/12/2013

Louisville ran this play throughout the tournament, but executed it to perfection in the second half of the NCAA Championship vs. Michigan. Siva takes advantage of a great back screen by Dieng and Hancock delivers the perfect lob. Even though it it shown in transition phase here, it can also be effective if run from a 1-4 high or box set. See More

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Basketball Play - Yo-Yo Post Set

Yo-Yo Post Set

Randy Brown 03/08/2013

This popular play will produce baskets by getting the ball inside to your best post scorer. The spacing on this play is excellent as 4 and 5 execute the Yo-Yo action using down screen and back screen. Use this as a quick hitter or ATO for post score. See More

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Basketball Play - Full Court Inbounds Play, Dead Ball

Full Court Inbounds Play, Dead Ball

Randy Brown 01/04/2013

This play features a sure-fire way to get the ball to your best free throw shooter when handling full court pressure on a dead ball situation. 4 and 5 cut hard and call for the ball as decoys. 3 steps to the ball to set up his cut down the floor, using back screen by 1. On 3's cut deep, 1 cut to get open and catch the inbounds pass from 2. The ultimate goal is to get the ball to 1 so he can get fouled, but many times 3 is wide open sprinting down the floor for a sure lay up. See More

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Basketball Play - Knox STS

Knox STS

Kyle Brown 10/10/2012

A misdirection look to get the ball inside. 1 has to be a tough player to go and dig out the 5 man on the cross screen. 1's defender goes from chasing a back screen to helping on a cross screen. Can finish into a STS action. See More

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Basketball Play - Backscreen Action

Backscreen Action

Scott Peterman 09/01/2012

Here is a back screen action play from the University of Kentucky provided by Men's Basketball HoopScoop. It has great backscreen action in it to spread the floor out for your point guard to attack. There are two options at the end for your point guard also. I think that you will enjoy. See More

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