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Basketball Play - SLOB - Slice with Ball Screen

SLOB - Slice with Ball Screen

Basketball HQ 09/19/2012

A good play doesn’t always score right out of the set but because it is run well it puts the defense out of position. This allows the offensive players to drive and kick and find open shooters or open big men. Be aggressive off of the ball screen and make a play for yourself or a teammate. This play is from the 2007-2008 Chicago Bulls season. See More

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Basketball Play - SLOB - Slice Screen Rescreen/Counter Play

SLOB - Slice Screen Rescreen/Counter Play

Basketball HQ 09/19/2012

As soon as the ball is inbounded you want to get right into the play. Your first look is for the cutter coming off of the re screen but don’t get so focused on him that you miss the big man who set the screen or the weak side screening action. The cutter needs to sell his slice cut to get his defender to drop into the paint. After the big man sets the rescreen he needs to open up to the ball and look to get a catch. This play is from the 2007-2008 Chicago Bulls season. See More

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Basketball Play - Single/Double with Side Ball Screen

Single/Double with Side Ball Screen

Basketball HQ 09/18/2012

This action is meant to be quick and to get the defense out of position so that they cannot help as much on the side ball screen. If the big man is worried about the down screen and has to extend then he is going to be out of position to help on the ball screen. The man coming off the side ball screen needs to be aggressive and make a play for himself or a teammate. Set good screens on the baseline to get the opponents big man to have to help extend and then quickly sprint to the ball screen. Practice the right timing of this play. This play is from the 2007-2008 Chicago Bulls season. See More

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Basketball Play - Single/Double with Flash

Single/Double with Flash

Basketball HQ 09/17/2012

The goal of this play is to get a shot off the screens for the shooters or a a back door layup for the wing after the big man catches it in the high post. But as you can see in the video those options were covered, but because they were ran well the big man’s defender had to help off and this allowed a good hand off back to the PG for a shot. Don’t let your players be robots teach them how to read and react in every play. Hit someone on a good screen, the cutter that is ball side needs to set his man up to back door him, if the big man hands the ball off he needs to dribble at the PG’s defender and try to seal him under. This play is from the 2007-2008 Chicago Bulls season. See More

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Basketball Play - Single/Double

Single/Double

Basketball HQ 09/16/2012

The single/double screen play is a good set because it doesn’t allow the defense to cheat. There are multiple reads that you can make out of it and this keeps the defense honest. If your shooter is open off of the screens hit him, if the defensive bigs have to help out on the screen look in the post, or let the cutter just catch the ball on the wing and play out of it. Tell your big men to set good screens and then duck in hard. Cutter needs to set his man up and not be predictable on his cut. This play is from the 2007-2008 Chicago Bulls season. See More

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Basketball Play - Pin Down Post Iso Play

Pin Down Post Iso Play

Basketball HQ 09/15/2012

This play can be run for a big man or a guard but the reason you would run it is to take advantage of a size match up. If you feel that a player can take his defender in the post let him set the pin down screen and then post up. The deeper you set the pin down screen the closer your post up will be. Don’t make the post man wait on the pass, hit him as soon as he is open.This play is from the 2007-2008 Chicago Bulls season. See More

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Basketball Play - Low Double Stack

Low Double Stack

Basketball HQ 09/14/2012

When you come off of a down screen or out screen you don’t have to look and catch and shoot. A lot of times you will be able to catch and drive the ball because the defender will over close out because he is behind the play because of getting hung up on the screen.This play is from the 2007-2008 Chicago Bulls season. See More

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Basketball Play - Loop with Side Ball Screen & 2 Counters

Loop with Side Ball Screen & 2 Counters

Basketball HQ 09/11/2012

Any good play is going to have counters to help keep the defense honest. This play has several different counters and they can either be set up in a play call or your players can just make the read during the game. If you see that a certain player is being over played or the defense is keying towards something then you can make the call as well. See More

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