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Basketball Play - Cleveland Cavaliers - SLOB EOG Need a 3

Cleveland Cavaliers - SLOB EOG Need a 3

Matt Wheeler 06/08/2017

The Cleveland Cavaliers ran this play down 3 with 12.9 seconds left in Game 3 of the NBA Finals. With no timeouts left, the Cavaliers were looking for a three point shot. This play provided two options at it, but both were defended well by the Warriors. The Cavaliers subbed out Kyle Korver on this possession but he wouldn't have been an option. They were looking for Kyrie (1) or LeBron (3) See More

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Basketball Play - Boston Celtics - Point Curl

Boston Celtics - Point Curl

Austin Anderson 05/15/2018

This play is also from Boston's Point Series. The play is initiated by "point" i.e. a single away. The 1 will follow his pass and 2 recieves a back screen to the paint from 5. As the 2 runs off a baseline single from 4, 5 sets a pin for 3. The entire defense is involved guarding singles on both sides. FMS Blog: Boston Celtics - Keeping it Simple with Spread Offense See More

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Basketball Play - Cleveland Cavaliers - 3/1 Middle PNR

Cleveland Cavaliers - 3/1 Middle PNR

Austin Anderson 05/15/2018

Cleveland is at its best when LeBron James creates opportunities for others. Simple actions such as the 3/1 middle pick and roll create opportunities for James (3) to attack downhill. With the personnel Cleveland has, shooters are spaced for kick outs, and Tristan Thompson (5) is put in position for lob opportunities off dribble penetration. See More

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Basketball Play - Boston Celtics - Iverson Cross

Boston Celtics - Iverson Cross

KJ Smith 05/15/2018

The initial Iverson screen gets the passer open on the wing, while the other guard prepares to set a shuffle screen to the rim. Next a pindown is set for 3 as 1 sprints to the opposite corner to take their defender with them. 3 looks to attack with a spread ball screen if nothing develops. See More

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Basketball Play - Boston Celtics - Fist STS

Boston Celtics - Fist STS

KJ Smith 05/15/2018

Quick hitter from the Celtics playbook. A drag screen during the secondary break takes place while a cross screen for the post occurs under the rim. Afterwards the drag screener will pindown for the cross screener to get a shot from 3. It's important for the weak side corner to be filled to prevent help on the down screen. If there isn't a shot, 3 receives a ball screen from 5 to attack with the floor spread. FMS Blog: Boston Celtics - Keeping it Simple with Spread Offense See More

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Basketball Play - Cleveland Cavaliers - Floppy BLOB

Cleveland Cavaliers - Floppy BLOB

KJ Smith 05/14/2018

The inbounding version of the popular half court Floppy set involves simple screening action at the elbow. The shooters are free to sprint out for jumpshots, curl to the rim or even backdoor cut straight to the basket. The key to this set is that no matter what the guards decide to do as far as cutting, all four of these spots are filled once the play has finished. See More

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Basketball Play - Golden State Warriors - Elbow Quick

Golden State Warriors - Elbow Quick

Austin Anderson 05/14/2018

Golden State Warriors Hghi Post Action. This is a simple look to get players moving on both sides. This action can be run on either side of the court. Normally, 1-4 are interchangeable. What is really scary is when the Warriors run this action with Kevin Durant and Draymond Green at the 4 and 5. If Green is at the 5, the ball goes to him regardless of what side of the court he is on. After the ititial pass, the Warriors have Curry, Thompson or Durant running off pin downs. If Durant or Thompson curl away off Curry, Curry pops out and the GS plays from there. FMS Blog: Impact Player - How Draymond Green Makes Winning Plays See More

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Basketball Play - Golden State Warriors - Early Random Offense

Golden State Warriors - Early Random Offense

Austin Anderson 05/14/2018

Golden State plays at a fast pace and pushes the tempo. Any time Durant or Green initiates the break, watch Curry and Thompson. Those two are the best at busting out for transition 3's, early movement, and creating opportunities for others. It often doesn't look like much, but the Warriors head hunt to get Curry and Thompson open 3's. FMS Blog: Impact Player - How Draymond Green Makes Winning Plays See More

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