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Basketball Play - Spain - Gut BLOB to Spain PNR

Spain - Gut BLOB to Spain PNR

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 08/11/2018

Nice BLOB from Spain Coach Sergio Scariolo. Staggered screen to inbound the ball, then "gut cut" (similar to a zipper cut but inside) from 1 through a down screen from 5. On the catch, 5 and 3 enter Spain PNR. Tough to guard with lots of movement and screening action. On the FMS Blog: The Evolution of Spain PNR in International Basketball See More

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Basketball Play - Russia - Misdirection STS BLOB

Russia - Misdirection STS BLOB

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 08/10/2018

Misdirection BLOB from Russia Coach Sergey Bazarevich in the FIBA World Cup Qualifiers. Plays starts with 4 screening 3 to open space to receive a safety pass. Instead of receiving the safety, 4 cuts hard towards the inbounder. 2 (shooter) fakes to set a back screen for 4 and creates the misdirection. 2 then curls off a back screen from 5 for an open jump shot. See video below! More from Diccon: The Evolution of Spain PNR in International Basketball See More

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Basketball Play - Doornekamp Action STS BLOB

Doornekamp Action STS BLOB

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 08/04/2018

Nice set using Basketball Immersion's "Doornekamp Action" - a term for fake lifting for the safety pass and then cutting basket cutting, as 4 does in this set. Use a shooter as the back screener and clear the lane by placing 5 in the ball side corner and lifting the wing out of the weak side corner. This set works for all ages and abilities, and should result in an open shot or a switch to attack. More from Diccon: The Evolution of Spain PNR in International Basketball See More

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Basketball Play - Canada - Force Curl STS BLOB

Canada - Force Curl STS BLOB

Diccon Lloyd-Smeath 08/04/2018

Effective and simple BLOB play by Canada Coach Jay Triano. Use this play with players of all ages if you have a shooter that can release quickly. This play works off the basis that by force-curling the first screen, your shooter effectively uses the cutter's defender as a second moving screen, and because the offense is cutting to the basket, the inbounder's defender must shade basket side - leaving the passing lane open. More from Diccon: The Evolution of Spain PNR in International Basketball See More

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