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Basketball Play - Golden State Warriors - Drag to Post

Golden State Warriors - Drag to Post

Austin Anderson 05/14/2018

1 throug 4 can bring the ball up for GSW. In this look, the trail big sets the drag and rolls to the post. For the Warriors, this could be Green, Durant, McGee, West, or even Iguodala. If they can't score immediately off the post catch, the strong side wing elbow screens for the perimeter in the top spot. Usually this spot gets occupied by Curry or Thompson. FMS Blog: Top Plays from Golden State's Championship Run Impact Player - How Draymond Green Makes Winning Plays NBA Finals Preview: Golden State Warriors See More

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Basketball Play - Golden State Warriors - Drag Open

Golden State Warriors - Drag Open

Austin Anderson 05/14/2018

Golden State is efficient, and its offense has interchangeable parts as 1-4 can bring the ball up the court at any given time. With the firepower the Warriors possess, defenses have to sprint back and get matched up ASAP. They utilize quick opportunities with drag screens and wing pin downs. If they don't get an open look, Durant, Curry, or Thompson will back it out and just play. FMS Blog: Top Plays from Golden State's Championship Run Impact Player - How Draymond Green Makes Winning Plays NBA Finals Preview: Golden State Warriors See More

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Basketball Play - Boston Celtics - Kickahead 3 Down

Boston Celtics - Kickahead 3 Down

Austin Anderson 05/09/2018

Boston Celtics Catch/Shoot Set: Perimeter players can fill ANY spot. The kickahead gets the defense moving early and the quick DHO may catch it off guard. Boston utilizes the stagger away option and players like Smart, Tatum, Brown, and even Rozier can fill to the top or curl for lay ups. IF they fill to the top and dont a have a shot/drive opportunity, they will play a flash/split game with Al Horford and whoever gave them the ball. See More

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Basketball Play - Minnesota Gophers - Pin Down Flare PNR

Minnesota Gophers - Pin Down Flare PNR

Russell Stark 04/10/2018

This play by Richard Pitino is a great misdirection set. It really tries to test the defensive team on the backside of the flare screen coverage. If the flare screen support is too much, defenders will be late on ball screen support. This became a money play with Minnesota down the stretch. The big that sets the ball screen can also slip it. If the defensive team stunts at the ball screen too hard, it is best to have a best shooter (3) on the strong side of the ball screen (the player who just came off the flare). On the FMS blog: AP Top 25 XsOs See More

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