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Basketball Play - CSKA Moscow - Special Low Clock SLOB

CSKA Moscow - Special Low Clock SLOB

Anonymous 08/25/2019

Special SLOB play that CSKA Moscow head coach Dimitris Itoudis ran during the 2019 EuroLeague final vs Anadolu Efes. Note that no time out was called and it took place in the 2nd period, but it can also be used for a late game situation. The 4 kas a key part, since after setting the flare screen he moves in order to confuse or bump 1's defender. See video below. Blog Post: CSKA Moscow - Early Offense Breakdown See More

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Basketball Play - Las Vegas Aces - Thumbs Up

Las Vegas Aces - Thumbs Up

Anonymous 08/22/2019

In his first year as head coach of the WNBA's Las Vegas Aces, Bill Lambier was given a tough task: effectively blend the offensively post play-minded games of 2018 Rookie of the Year A'Ja Wilson and newly acquired All-Star Liz Cambage. With 18.6 seconds remaining in the second half and leading the Connecticut Sun by 1 point, Coach Lambier calls "Thumbs Up" as an end of time score. The play demonstrates an effective use of an offense that desires to optimize two talented post players. The play is a quick hitter that begins with a high ball screen and can lead to a low post lay-up, or a three-point opportunity. The play can be successful for end of time situations, and contains easy actions for a play call after a timeout. See More

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Basketball Play - Houston Cougars - Smash Pitch Hammer

Houston Cougars - Smash Pitch Hammer

Anonymous 08/22/2019

Great set with great pace, timing, and spacing by the Houston Cougars. A critical element is the PG's pace exploding into the pitchback from 4 at the elbow. This could easily be scored for a layup if open, or kept by 4 if well guarded and could still be run from there. See video in tweet below. Click for more Hammer Screen sets! See More

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Basketball Play - San Antonio Spurs - Backdoor SLOB

San Antonio Spurs - Backdoor SLOB

Anonymous 06/25/2019

Key points: guard (1) to big (5) screen helps ensure you can get the ball in to 5. Having shooters on the floor at the 1, 2, and 4 positions keeps the lane open for the 3 on the back cut. 5 needs to be a good passer. 3 must set up his man by cutting hard at 5 before back cutting. Check out my latest blog post for more #XsOs! >>> BUILDING YOUR PLAYBOOK: Add Sets With Consecutive Actions Also below: Episode of A Quick Timeout podcast discussing Nick Nurse's coaching journey and the characteristics of a successful coach. See More

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