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Basketball Play - UCLA Back Screen / Stagger Action

UCLA Back Screen / Stagger Action

Dana Beszczynski 12/03/2013

This is the opening play run by the UCLA Bruins in their match-up against Nevada the ther night. Steve Alford is in his first season at the head of the storied UCLA program. Alford left New Mexico where he built a winning program and made the Lobos a yearly team for discussion come NCAA Tourmament time. This play is a well designed action run out of Transition as the flashing post takes away thte weak side help on the backdoor action which opens the play. The stagger screen is set-up by the down screen at the elbow for the PG. With a good screening action, the Bruins were able to get an open look at the three right at the outset of the game. See More

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Basketball Play - 42 Double

42 Double

Kyle Gilreath 10/25/2013

When playing good defensive teams, it can require simultaneous actions to occupy the help and open up more scoring opportunities. The play below gives you several scoring plays to counter any defensive rotations. 1. Screening 4 into the pick & roll with 2 can cause X4 to be late and give 2 a mid-range jumper. 2. If X4 and X2 to caught guarding 2, 4 will be open on the pop/roll as the rest of the help defense is occupied in the weak side screening action. 3. If the defense falls sleep or focuses more on the side pick & roll 3 may be open for the lob. See More

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Basketball Play - Motion

Motion

Kyle Gilreath 08/23/2013

Wichita State ran this action which ended with a pick & roll/replace in their Final Four matchup versus Louisville. As 1 came off the pick aggressively, the exchange by 4 and 5 allowed for an opportunity for 5 to seal his man for a lob over top. To see EVERY play Wichita State ran in the 2013 Final Four you can do so in my eBook Championship Execution! See More

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Basketball Play - Sweep

Sweep

Alan Peel 08/19/2013

"Sweep" is a secondary break play run by several teams including Colorado and Harvard. This play is based on the North Carolina approach to secondary break offense made popular by Dean Smith and Roy Williams. It can be run if you do not have players athletic enough to run the Carolina break for the lob dunk and can be run into any kind of a three-around-two offense. For more, check out my website www.coachpeelbasketball.com, sign up for a membership and get your first 30 days free. See More

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Basketball Play - Sweep

Sweep

Alan Peel 08/19/2013

"Sweep" is a secondary break play run by several teams including Colorado and Harvard. This play is based on the North Carolina approach to secondary break offense made popular by Dean Smith and Roy Williams. This play can be run if you do not have players athletic enough to run the Carolina break for the lob dunk. This play can be run into any kind of a three-around-two offense. See More

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Basketball Play - Miami Sprint Slip Stagger

Miami Sprint Slip Stagger

Kevin Bruinsma 07/21/2013

Another set started by a sprint screen from the Miami Heat as 1 sprints off 4's screen to set a ball screen on #6 Lebron James who is playing the 5 at this time. The 1 slips it and pops to the wing as #34 Ray Allen sprints off a stagger screen. #3 Dwayne Wade after setting the first screen opens right back up to the ball looking for a lob or pass. He gets a basket out of this in the NBA Finals. See More

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Basketball Play - Miami Post Iso

Miami Post Iso

Kevin Bruinsma 07/19/2013

One of the few plays not for #6 Lebron James that the Miami Heat utilized to get #1 Chris Bosh a post iso. Using him as a screener to free up #34 Ray Allen and then clearing #3 Dwayne Wade out as a decoy every single Miami player was outside the 3 point arc leaving the lob to #1 Bosh wide open. See More

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Basketball Play - "Horns Down"

"Horns Down"

Kyle Gilreath 07/09/2013

The Orlando Magic ran this simultaneous pin down action yesterday out of the horns set. This is a very simple play to put into your system that gives you multiple scoring options. Options: 1. While 4 help defenders are occupied with the pindowns 1 has the option to take his man on the dribble to the rim or pull-up jumper. 2. Hit 2 or 3 on the pop or curl for a shot. 3. If 2 or 3 do not make a scoring play, have the big set a side or step-up pick & roll for them. 4. If X4 or X5 over help on the pin down, slip your bigs to the rim for a lob. 5. Have 2 and 3 come off the pindowns and set up in a horns set for pick & roll options for 1. See More

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Basketball Play - Schrempf Shooting

Schrempf Shooting

Daniel Murphy 05/29/2013

Saw Detlef Schrempf demo this on Youtube. It's one of my favorite shooting drills near the basket because it requires good footwork. If a player knows how to position their body and use their feet to set up a drop step, hook, and up and under they should be able to score near the basket. After catching and drop stepping, player 1 continues curling around the cone and catching a pass. The next shot is a catch and shoot hook. The third shot is and up and under. The fourth shot is if a player is denied a pass in the post they spins away from the defense for the lob pass. After getting the footwork down without defense then dummy defense should be applied. The defense should over play to allow the offense player to get a feel for the reads. As an offensive players skill and comfort level increases with the dummy defense, then the defense should increase their intensity. See More

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Basketball Play - 15 Again

15 Again

Kyle Gilreath 03/14/2013

I have been waiting for two years to get a chance to check out Larry Shyatt's Wyoming Cowboys squad. Last night it took some searching on my cable box but I finally found their game versus the Lobos of New Mexico. The Cowboys fought hard all game to attempt an upset but the Lobos were just too much. New Mexico ran this nice half-court action very well to get an easy bucket down low with a throwback to 5. See More

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