Search Results
1,220 plays Found, Page 72 of 82 Order by:

Basketball Play - Warriors Motion Weak

Warriors Motion Weak

Adam Spinella 01/21/2016

Motion Weak, or "Thru", is a common NBA early offense set that can be run at any level. It is effective at using player movement and ball movement, trying to establish the post first and foremost, and getting a shooter open off a down screen. It is one of the best and most standard screen-the-screener actions, and it also results in tremendous floor balance with many wrinkles possible. Gregg Popovich of the Spurs has long been utilizing this set of offense. Steve Kerr and the Warriors have added a wrinkle, turning the set into a Horns formation off the down screen. See More

Favorite Send to FastDraw
Basketball Play - Maccabi


FastModel Sports 01/19/2016

Horns set starting with false motion into a high ball screen. The key is to move the defense with the false motion and then read to defense to set the appropriate late angle ball screen. Credit - Fran Fraschilla and Championship Productions See More

Favorite Send to FastDraw
Basketball Play - Spurs 54 Power

Spurs 54 Power

Brandon Mullis 08/13/2015

NBA TV recently showed on their "Hardwood Classics" the 2003 NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and the New Jersey Nets. In Game 6 late in the 2nd Quarter, the Spurs ran this quick hitter to get a pick and roll action with Tim Duncan and David Robinson. Duncan was able to hit Robinson rolling to the rim for a dunk. See More

Favorite Send to FastDraw