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The Boston Celtics ran this play to start the 3rd quarter of Game 3 against the Cleveland Cavaliers in order to to use their quickness advantage at the 4 spot and get Marcus Morris (4) an isolation opportunity against Kevin Love on the perimeter. The Celtics begin the play with a weave action to get the ball to 2 on the wing. 4 then flashes to the top to receive the pass from 4. 1 screens away for 3 in order to occupy the defense and allow 4 to attack his defender one on one.
A post entry set that gets a 2 post defenders and opportunity, based on how the passer is being played. Used by North Carolina Central during the First Four versus Texas Southern.
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LIU-Brooklyn ran this set with 4:10 left in the first half against Radford in their First Four matchup. Earlier in the game, LIU-Brooklyn ran a Horns set for a handoff right back to 1, making this the counter.
The Boston Celtics ran this backdoor play against the Washington Wizards to get a dunk for Kyrie Irving (1). 1 used a DHO with 3 to position himself in the corner. 3 reversed the ball to 2 then cut to the opposite corner isolating 1 on the left side of the floor. 2 then ran a pick and pop with 4. 4 dribbles at 1 and makes the backdoor pass for the dunk.
Play run by coach Sarunas Jasikevicius of Zalgiris Kaunas, during the 2017-18 season of Euroleague.
Players should read the defense and find the best option: lob pass, hand off 3pt shot, or execute a pick and roll followed by drive and kick action.
FMS Blog: Zalgiris Kaunas - Offensive Series Breakdown (20+ diagrams to download)