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Basketball Play - BLOB - Low Double Stack with Single Screen

BLOB - Low Double Stack with Single Screen

Basketball HQ 10/14/2012

Sometimes the best way to get open is to set a good screen. For this basketball play you are going to set your best shooter up like he is going to set a screen and then when his defender gets ready to help on the screen run him off the single on the other side. Mix up the ways that you get your best player touches the basketball, don’t be predictable. Read the defender and to get a shot but don’t over force the shot. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season. See More

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Basketball Play - Hand Off with Ball Screen

Hand Off with Ball Screen

Basketball HQ 10/12/2012

A handoff followed by a ball screen is basically a double ball screen but it helps to get the player the ball even if they are being denied. Come off the ball screen and look to make a play for your yourself or a teammate. On the handoff dribble right at the wings defender and try to screen him as you hand the ball off. Wing needs to take a good angle to come off the handoff and ball screen, look to turn the corner on the ball screen if you can. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season. See More

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Basketball Play - Baseline Single or Down Screen

Baseline Single or Down Screen

Basketball HQ 10/09/2012

For a catch and shoot player it is all about catching the ball in enough space to get his shot off. This play is good because it gives the shooter the option to come off the down screen or baseline screen. Giving the shooter options makes it a lot harder on the defender as well. Shooter needs to set his man up and not be predictable on his cut. Don’t let the defender dictate which screen you go off. Big men must head hunt and help the shooter get open by setting a good screen. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season. See More

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Basketball Play - Double Stack Low

Double Stack Low

Basketball HQ 10/08/2012

Out of the double stack you can run a lot of different plays so it helps to keep the defense honest. It is up to the shooter to determine what side is best for him to come out on for the shot. The shooter can also drive an over close out or shot fake and pull up. Set good screens and read the defense. If the big helps too much on the screen look inside at the post. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season. See More

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Basketball Play - Double Screen Low

Double Screen Low

Basketball HQ 10/06/2012

Shooter needs to set his man up and not be predictable on his cut. Come off the screen ready to shoot if you are open. Don’t make the shooter wait on the ball. If you can get the ball to your best player where the defender is at a disadvantage then you have done your job as a coach. On this play the defender is late to the ball because he had trouble with the double screen that let the shooter drive the ball past him to the basket. Create situations for your players to have an advantage over the defense. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season. See More

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Basketball Play - BLOB - 4 High Play

BLOB - 4 High Play

Basketball HQ 10/05/2012

Cut hard and read the defense. Have your best passer inbound the basketball and don’t stare down the receiver. Even if you don’t get the basketball make sure that you cut hard and draw the defense. Inbound plays don’t have to be super complicated just cut hard and be ready to shoot if you are open. Don’t just look to get the ball in. Try to get a good shot off of the inbound play or get right into your offensive set. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season. See More

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Basketball Play - Elbow Double Stack

Elbow Double Stack

Basketball HQ 10/04/2012

The double stack screeners need to set a good solid screen and the shooter needs to read if the defender is going to go under or over the screens. Having a good out of bounds plays can be the difference in a game. When you practice them make sure that you practice them full speed and talk about the different looks that the inbounder needs to make on the pass. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season. See More

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Basketball Play - Baseline Double Screen

Baseline Double Screen

Basketball HQ 10/03/2012

Screeners need to head hunt and hit the shooters defender with a good screen. If the shooters defender goes over the screen the shooter should fade to the corner and if the defender chases on the screen the shooter should curl or straight cut. A good play doesn’t have to be complex or involve 15 screens but it does require the players to execute it the right way. Make sure that your screeners are head hunting on the screens and not just standing. This will determine whether the shooter gets a good look or not. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season. See More

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