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Basketball Play - Elbow Power

Elbow Power

Kyle Gilreath 06/09/2014

In Game 2 of the 2014 NBA Finals the Miami Heat ran this play to get Wade an iso post lifted off the block. It seemed the defense knew this was coming but was still unable to stop the post feed as Wade had a smaller defender on him at the time. See More

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Basketball Play - 15 Low

15 Low

Kyle Gilreath 06/09/2014

Early in Game 2 of the 2014 NBA Finals, the San Antonio Spurs ran this pick & roll action which ended with a hi-low feed from Splitter to Duncan. Spacing the floor with 2 (Parker) and 3 (Green) prevented the defense from shading to the ball side in order to alter a easy catch & shoot from the perimeter. See More

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Basketball Play - Yankee

Yankee

Alan Peel 06/02/2014

This is a pick-and-pop play with the possibilities of a quick post up or a three-point shot coming off of screen-the-screener action. For more, check out www.coachpeelbasketball.com, sign up for a membership, and get your first 30 days free. See More

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Basketball Play - OSU Transition / Diamond Set

OSU Transition / Diamond Set

Dana Beszczynski 05/30/2014

The Oklahoma State Cowboys were one of the most talked about Division I teams at the beginning of the season for their strong start. Near the end of the season, they were once again talked about, for all the wrong reasons. Despite these setbacks, the Cowboys had one of the most talked about players in the game this season Marcus Smart and extremely athletic guard Markel Brown. This Transition Set runs right into a simple Diamond play and with the utilization of screens & player movement, the Cowboys finally get the ball into the hands of their prolific scorer Smart who sets up Murphy at the end of the play. See More

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Basketball Play - Iowa State "2"

Iowa State "2"

Dana Beszczynski 05/30/2014

The Iowa State Cyclones were one of the most exciting offensive teams to watch at times this season with a multi dimensional offensive attack. Here is a "quick hit" Lob play run for their talented athletic PG DeAndre Kane Perfect timing of the cut by Hogue eliminates the weak side help as Ejim steps up to set a back screen on x1 as Kane heads to the ring for the lob pass from Niang See More

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Basketball Play - ISU Diamond

ISU Diamond

Dana Beszczynski 05/30/2014

Fred Hoiberg's name has come up in several off-season NBA Coaching openings, showing the amount of respect he has at the highest levels. Hoiberg's experience in the NBA shows in the way Iowa State executes and runs their offensive sets. Everything is predicated on good spacing & player movement. Hoiberg gives his players the ability to create 1 v 1 situations and use their skills to breakdown the defense which in turn creates opportunities for everyone else on kick-out passes. This very easy to run Diamond play can be run for any one of your players to create an isolation situation. See More

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Basketball Play - Motion Hold

Motion Hold

Kyle Gilreath 05/29/2014

Motion Hold is a great play to run in a late game situation in which you are holding for a last shot or waiting for the defensive to commit a foul. This play incorporates multiple screening options to get either wing open. In most cases you want to keep the ball in your guard(s) hands for better ball-handling and free throw shooting. However, if you get into an urgent situation your bigs are allowed to flash as a release if needed. To see EVERY play Florida ran in the 2014 Final Four you can do so in my eBook Championship Execution! See More

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Basketball Play - WEAKSIDE FLARE

WEAKSIDE FLARE

Jens Hakanowitz 05/21/2014

A drive to the basket or a kickout for a 3 are the main options of this play. You need to have your best ballhandler on the 1 and the best shooter on the 2. Coming off the dribble handoff and attacking the basket forces the defender of 5 to help on the drive. Meanwhile 5 sets a backscreen for the shooter, who flares out to the corner. There is no defender left to cover this action. That leads directly to an open look from the 3 point line. See More

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