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Basketball Play - Winthrop 1-4 High Options

Winthrop 1-4 High Options

Wes Kosel 01/14/2016

Option 1: Pass to Wing - 1 passes to 2 on the wing and 3 moves to the ball-side corner. As 2 dribbles middle, 1 cuts off of a flare-screen from 5. If the flare isn't open, 5 sets a ball-screen for 2. Option 2: Hand-Off - If 2 isn't open on the initial cut, 1 can give the ball to 2 on a dribble hand-off. Once 2 has it, he dribbles off of a high ball-screen from 5. See More

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Basketball Play - Kentucky

Kentucky

Dana Beszczynski 12/08/2015

John Calipari has had 26 of his Kentucky players drafted in the NBA during his tenure in the Blue Grass State. In 2012 his Wildcats won the NCAA Championship. Last season, the Wildcats finished the season undefeated, but lost in the NCAA Finals to finish the year 38-1 with a perfect 18-0 record in the SEC. Calipari has been a Dribble Drive Motion guru at Kentucky and has tinkered with the system to fit his skilled players. In the last years, the Wildcats have incorporated some different looks to the system, but still like the drive and kick action of the DDM. This is a Diamond set which when executed through can provide many different scoring options. See More

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Basketball Play - Miami Heat "35 Slice"

Miami Heat "35 Slice"

Brandon Mullis 11/05/2015

At the end of the 2nd quarter of their final preseason game against the New Orleans Pelicans, the Miami Heat ran this set to Gerald Green to get to the rim for a wide open lay-up. Green came off the wing ball screen attacking the rim, but also had options to pass to a cutting Josh McRoberts or shooters on the perimeter spotting up. This is really good action for an end of shot clock or end of quarter type of set, to get one of your best penetrators and athletes attacking the rim, or if the defense collapses on penetration, a kick out for an open 3-pointer. See More

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Basketball Play - BCAM - Matt Bollant Buzz Defensive Principles Guards & Wings

BCAM - Matt Bollant Buzz Defensive Principles Guards & Wings

Dennis Hopkins 10/23/2015

Formation: 1. 1 & 2 play in the passing lanes to force a bounce or lob pass. 2. 3 & 4 set up with there back to the corner. 3. If 3 or 4 are covering the low post or baseline runner on drop to the basket as far as necessary. 4. 5 denys any high post pass. Go as high as needed. 5. 5 is not responsible for lobs over the top to the basket. Guards: 1. Play the passing lanes to the wing. 2. Fake traps and drop into passing lanes. 3. On a pass to the wing, 2 turns to play the passing lane. 4. On the pass to the wing, 1 covers the high post on the high side only going as deep as necessary. Guards: 1. On the pass back to point, 1 loops back to original spot. 2. 2 turns to play the passing lane. ** 1 must resist running to the ball and run to the passing lane. Guards: On a pass to corner from the wing all players must shift hard. 1. 1 drops to cover the weakside lane. 2. 2 covers the high post. Players read the shoulders to try and determine and prepair for the next pass. 3. On a pass back to the wing 2 would slow the ball and 1 would recover to the high post. Forwards: 1. The position themselves with their backs to the corner splitting the players of the wing and post. 2. 3 & 4 must steal lob passes from the top. 3. The deeper the ball is on the floor by the point guard the deeper the forwards must be to the low post. Forwards: 1. On a pass to the wing the strongside forward positions himself in line within the passing lane to the corner. 2. The weakside forward moves to the baseline to take any lobs to the low post. 3. The weakside forward must also be ready for the skip pass. See More

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Basketball Play - Arkansas Zipper Stagger

Arkansas Zipper Stagger

Wes Kosel 09/20/2015

1 dribbles right as 3 cuts off of a staggered zipper screen from 5 and 4. 1 passes to 3 then flares to the corner off of a screen from 2. 5 screens for 4 who cuts to the left wing. If neither 1 or 4 are open for a shot, 3 passes to 2 stepping to the ball. 3 screens away and 5 posts up. Once 4 gets the ball at the top of the key, 2 follows the pass and sets a small on big high ball-screen. See More

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Basketball Play - Rip

Rip

Cody Toppert 09/18/2015

While there is a plethora of calls and reads you can work off of, if you are trying to run Push / C-Game as a motion you may want to limit weak side elbow action to one or two things. In this case we will review RIP, which is a rip screen into a flex look. The 1 hits the 4 at the elbow, then the 5 sets the rip screen for the 1 who cuts to the basket and then sprints opposite to set the flex screen for the 3 in the corner. After receiving the ball at the wing the 4 hits the 5 (big to big) and then sets the down screen on the 1 to complete the flex action. The 5 can hit the 3 on the flex cut, the 1 on the pin down or go DHO with the 1 as well. If he “checks down” and nothing is open DHO with the 2 is also an option. See More

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