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Basketball Play - "Horns" - Ball Screen Slip

"Horns" - Ball Screen Slip

Keven Bradley 12/01/2012

This is a set that is effective if you have one or two good interior post players. The initial High/Low action is good early offense that you may be able to take advantage of before you even get to the ballscreen-slip. Then you have the opportunity to hit your 5 man slipping to the rim or hitting your 4 man spacing on the perimeter. You will have opportunities for high percentage shots regardless of which movement you take advantage of. See More

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Basketball Play - Chin Lithuania - 2 side Option

Chin Lithuania - 2 side Option

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 05/25/2020

BC Rytas Vilvius head coach Dainius Adomaitis runs the most efficient ATO sets in the Lithuanian LKL. This set is a favorite of his coming out of a timeout. This play uses a "Chin" entry to get into a continuity ball-screen, in this case within the format of the Lithuanian 5-man break. This is the option to reverse to the 2-side. They like to execute running slips to the corner from the 4-man to attack switches. See More

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Basketball Play - Chin Lithuania - Empty Option

Chin Lithuania - Empty Option

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 05/25/2020

BC Rytas Vilvius head coach Dainius Adomaitis runs the most efficient ATO sets in the Lithuanian LKL. This set is a favorite of his coming out of a timeout. This play uses a "Chin" entry to get into a continuity ball-screen, in this case within the format of the Lithuanian 5-man break. This is the empty corner option on the 1-side.. See More

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Basketball Play - Golden State Warriors Floppy

Golden State Warriors Floppy

Adam Spinella 05/22/2017

A floppy action is common in the NBA and at many other levels. It's a great action for shooters who are given time to read screens and be a threat off simple down screens. Since the Warriors have so many shooters, their use of the Floppy action is particularly dangerous when Curry, Thompson and Durant are all swirling around each other -- and more dangerous in those instances where Curry or Thompson are screeners. See More

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