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Sticking with the theme of PACE and SPACE, here is a quick hitter that the Houston Rockets run to get 5 man Ryan Anderson a look from three if the defense has to tag on the 1 (James Harden) on the Down Screen DHO Action.
Milwaukee had one of the most athletic lineups in the NBA last season. The Bucks were successful when they were able to play through Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton. Giannis is extremely gifted with size and athleticism, which gives him the ability to finish easily in and around the paint. Middleton was exceptional in post ups, moving off screens, and improved his pick/roll play.
Milwaukee's corner offense provides multiple options in a set. Push Corner has a back screen to post option, and a side ball screen/ weak side pin option. At anytime, Eric Bledsoe and Malcolm Brogdon can slip the corner cut for a basket if teams anticipate the play call.
Jazz coach, Quin Snyder, uses a variety of Horns sets to maximize his unique blend of players. Joe Ingles' ability to shoot from deep at the 4 position makes this Horns play a great option as an ATO.
2 sprints off of double screen while 1 uses single screen toward the weak side.
5 crosss creens 4 toward block.
2 gets ball from 3 and enters to 4 in post.
2 uses flare screen from 3 toward top of key where 4 looks to skip ball for shot.
This early offense is designed to create a quick hit for a trailing 5, using a down screen spot up or back screen for a layup. It works on either side of the court. This action creates pick/roll, pick/pop, and drive/kick opportunities. We use this to get a quick look and then roll into our offensive set. The 3 is our best decision maker /shooter.
Tied with less than 8 seconds left, the Celtics' Brad Steves chose to put five shooters on the floor for a shot to win the game against the Jazz. The decision paid off with a Jaylen Brown three from the top of the key.
Here is an action that the Houston Rockets ran in the Western Conference Finals to get Trevor Ariza into a Horns Flare action with the option to pop the big for a shot or iso situation. The 5 who hit the 3 in this situation was Ryan Anderson