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Basketball Play - SFA 1-4 Clear Backscreen

SFA 1-4 Clear Backscreen

Adam Spinella 04/13/2016

Stephen F. Austin and coach Brad Underwood were very aware of who they were -- they had a great lead guard in Thomas Walkup. By putting the ball in his hands and making a 1-4 high set look like a clearout for him to go to his strong hand, defenses were sucked into reading the action for him. Instead of running a set to clear out on his side, Underwood ran lots of traffic through the lane, getting all four help defenders to stand in the lane at one point. When the chaos cleared, what was left was an empty weak side, a perfect opportunity for a lob at the rim. By using their best shooter as the screener, there was no opportunity for the play to be foiled. See More

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Basketball Play - Indiana - Yogi Attack

Indiana - Yogi Attack

Jens Hakanowitz 04/07/2016

The Indiana Hoosiers used this play during the 2016 NCAA Tournament. The setup and decoy actions at the beginning gave the defense enough distractions to cover, which made it easy for Kevin "Yogi" Ferrell to attack over a stagger ball screen, with both bigs seperating out of it. Multiple options can show up after. A clear path drive for the point guard, a kick back to the 4 for a possible shot or high low, a dish or lob to the 5 rolling to the rim. See More

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Basketball Play - Chicago Bulls "Zipper Backdoor"

Chicago Bulls "Zipper Backdoor"

Gibson Pyper 02/04/2016

This is exactly like the action the San Antonio Spurs run. Because the Chicago Bulls like to post up Pau Gasol and he is an excellent passer, this set works well. Typically designed after a time out, Butler cuts off Gasol who receives the pass in the post. Giving Butler time to clear the cut is key, so the timing of the lob/backdoor cut can be perfect. See More

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Basketball Play - SFA Hand-Off Option

SFA Hand-Off Option

Wes Kosel 07/27/2015

1 passes to 4 then cuts off of a back-screen from 5. 4 gives the ball to 3 on a dribble hand-off. 3 looks to pass to 1 on the lob, but if that isn't open he continues his dribble towards the top of the key. 2 sets a flare-screen for 5 who cuts to the right wing for a shot. If 5 doesn't have a shot, he looks to give the ball to 3 on a quick hand-off or can pass to 1 cutting up off of a double screen from 4 and 2. See More

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Basketball Play - Golden State Warriors "Elbow Away"

Golden State Warriors "Elbow Away"

Gibson Pyper 06/01/2015

Steve Kerr has also used alot of action that the San Antonio Spurs have run with their Motion Strong/Weak and he runs nice options out of this for quick hitters. The first option is a rub screen for Draymond (look for them pointing or hitting their elbow's coming up the court to trigger this). They also run a quick pindown screen for Klay that they like to start each game with, as well as a lob set for Livingston. I think they will run the lob for Shaun Livingston as an entry or way to get him into the post, his matchup off the bench may be Matthew Dellevadova that he clearly will have a height advantage with. See More

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