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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 - Transition Offense with Hand Off & Ball Screen

Transition Offense with Hand Off & Ball Screen

Basketball HQ 09/21/2012

Transition plays can be a great chance for your team to get easy buckets. If you can get your whole team down and into your offense before the defense gets set this provides a great chance to score. Make sure that if there isn’t a good look off of the transition play pull it out and run offense, don’t need to force up a bad shot. Attack off of the ball screen and get into the paint to create for your team. This play is from the 2007-2008 Chicago Bulls season. See More

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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 - 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 - Ball Screen with Triple Screen

Ball Screen with Triple Screen

Basketball HQ 08/29/2012

This set was run by the Chicago Bulls in the 2006-2007 season. This set is designed to get you a three point shot from your 2 or 3. If you need a three, it puts your 2 in position to get the first three point shot, and if he is not open off of the double screen, 3 is coming off of a single screen for a three point shot. See More

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Basketball Play - SLOB - Slice/Loop with Ball Screen & Counter

SLOB - Slice/Loop with Ball Screen & Counter

Basketball HQ 08/29/2012

This set was run by the Chicago Bulls in the 2006-2007 season. This set is designed to get you two isolation opportunites for your 2 man. Once he inbounds the ball and makes his procut to the opposite wing, and if he can not create off of that action, he has a big coming to set him a side ball screen. For this play to work, your 2 has to be able to score off of the dribble. See More

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Basketball Play - SPURS PnR Stagger For Neal

SPURS PnR Stagger For Neal

JP Clark 05/21/2012

Here's a quick hitter, from our friends at CoachingU, that was run by the Spurs in this year's NBA Playoffs, and appears in this week's CoachingU Newsletter. Add it to your FastDraw Library by clicking the 'Send to FastDraw' button below! The CoachingU Newsletter is delivered weekly and provides great coaching information and insight. If you aren't receiving it, you are really missing out. Sign up today! You can also follow @Coaching_U on Twitter. See More

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