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Basketball Play - End of Clock ISO

End of Clock ISO

Andrew Greer 02/28/2015

Set from Donnie Tyndall that he ran at the end of the 1st half vs. Vanderbilt on 2/26/15. Multiple actions that turn into an isolation set or a two man game. Great way to get the ball to your best player in space if he/she is not your point guard. See More

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Basketball Play - Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich

Dana Beszczynski 02/26/2015

Svetislav Pesic is the current Head Coach of Bayern Munich in the BEKO BBL German League. Here is a very good set play against M2M to set-up either a lob action or cross screen for post entry. Below are some of Coach Pesic's accomplishments both as a Coach and Player. As player: Yugoslav League Champion: 1977-78 European Champions Cup (Euroleague) Champion: 1978-79 As head coach: National Championships: Yugoslav League Champion: (1983) 5x German League Champion: (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2014) 2x Spanish League Champion: (2003, 2004) National Cups: Yugoslav Cup Champion: (1984) 2x German Cup Champion: (1997, 1999) Spanish King's Cup Champion: (2003) European Cups: KoraÄ? Cup Champion: (1995) Euroleague Champion: (2003) FIBA EuroCup Champion: (2007) National Team: FIBA Under-19 World Championship Gold: (1987) EuroBasket Gold: (1993) EuroBasket Gold: (2001) FIBA World Championship Gold: (2002) See More

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Basketball Play - Wizards Slip Pin

Wizards Slip Pin

Adam Spinella 02/25/2015

Increasingly at the collegiate and even high school levels, teams are running ball screen sets. As the postseason nears and high level teams remain, offenses must be prepared for all different styles of defensive play. Some nuanced defensive teams will throw a counter to good ball screen offenses – known as icing. Icing a ball screen occurs on side ball screens, where the man guarding the ball squares his shoulders to the sideline and does not let the ball go middle. The man guarding the screener does not hedge the screen, instead being ready to contain the ball as it gets driven towards the baseline. He contains, the original defender recovers and the man guarding the screener is in position to take away any rolls to the rim. The most obvious counter to icing a ball screen is hitting the pick-and-pop game, since coverage on the screener is non-existent at the moment the ball gets driven baseline. After that, teams adjust to set alley screens which lead the ball handler to the baseline. However, coaches of ball screen-heavy offenses may consider putting in a counter during the postseason. If your side ball screen set usually happens with a filled corner on the side of the screen, this play is a good way to put the pressure on the defense to decide how much they value defending your shooters. See More

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Basketball Play - 13 Angle

13 Angle

Adam Spinella 02/25/2015

Increasingly at the collegiate and even high school levels, teams are running ball screen sets. As the postseason nears and high level teams remain, offenses must be prepared for all different styles of defensive play. Some nuanced defensive teams will throw a counter to good ball screen offenses – known as icing. Icing a ball screen occurs on side ball screens, where the man guarding the ball squares his shoulders to the sideline and does not let the ball go middle. The man guarding the screener does not hedge the screen, instead being ready to contain the ball as it gets driven towards the baseline. He contains, the original defender recovers and the man guarding the screener is in position to take away any rolls to the rim. The most obvious counter to icing a ball screen is hitting the pick-and-pop game, since coverage on the screener is non-existent at the moment the ball gets driven baseline. After that, teams adjust to set alley screens which lead the ball handler to the baseline. However, coaches of ball screen-heavy offenses may consider putting in a counter during the postseason. One set I like is 13 Angle, which looks to set up a side ball screen by starting with an angled guard-to-guard screen, which defenses usually do not ice. See More

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Basketball Play - Wedge Ballscreen

Wedge Ballscreen

Adam Spinella 02/25/2015

Increasingly at the collegiate and even high school levels, teams are running ball screen sets. As the postseason nears and high level teams remain, offenses must be prepared for all different styles of defensive play. Some nuanced defensive teams will throw a counter to good ball screen offenses – known as icing. Icing a ball screen occurs on side ball screens, where the man guarding the ball squares his shoulders to the sideline and does not let the ball go middle. The man guarding the screener does not hedge the screen, instead being ready to contain the ball as it gets driven towards the baseline. He contains, the original defender recovers and the man guarding the screener is in position to take away any rolls to the rim. The most obvious counter to icing a ball screen is hitting the pick-and-pop game, since coverage on the screener is non-existent at the moment the ball gets driven baseline. After that, teams adjust to set alley screens which lead the ball handler to the baseline. However, coaches of ball screen-heavy offenses may consider putting in a counter during the postseason. This play is one run by many NBA teams to stop a team from icing their ball screen. See More

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Basketball Play - Billy Donovan Florida Gators Ball-Screen Motion (2 plays)

Billy Donovan Florida Gators Ball-Screen Motion (2 plays)

Scott Peterman 02/24/2015

Billy Donovan has coached teams to the peak of college basketball’s mountaintop. Coach Billy Donovan has reached Four Final Fours, two national championships, a perfect 18-0 conference regular season, six Southeastern Conference tournament titles and 16-straight 20-win seasons. He’s made Florida basketball a millennial powerhouse on the national level and he did it all at a football school. Now, he sits on the doorstep of yet another achievement after coaching his 499th victory Wednesday night against Vanderbilt. Coach Billy Donovan runs Ball Screen Motion Offense that moves the ball and gets shot attempts near the basket and the three point line. Coach Donovan goes for #500 wins against Missouri tonight. You should check it out. If you liked the Billy Donovan Florida Gators Offense then you should check out my website: Men's Basketball Hoop Scoop See More

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