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Basketball Play - Loyola Chicago - X Press Break

Loyola Chicago - X Press Break

Jordan Petersen 03/23/2018

Up 1 point with a little over one second left in the game, Loyola-Chicago needed to inbound the ball safely to secure the game. The Ramblers ran this press breaker and got an open look for the player curling around the screen. From the FMS Blog: Final Four Breakdown: Loyola-Chicago Ramblers: Executing on Both Ends Recipe for Success: Loyola-Chicago's Ball Screen Offense See More

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Basketball Play - Villanova M-M Press Break

Villanova M-M Press Break

Kevin Bruinsma 05/02/2016

Villanova excelled all year long in special situations and this press breaker was no exception. A very simple action in design that could have been very easily stopped if the back screen was just switched. In terms of getting the ball in this play will almost always work against a M-M Full Court Defense, be clearing out the front court it’s easy to just enter the ball to the 2 guard. In this specific case Villanova hits the home run and gets an And 1, however all of the options were open. The 2 was open, 5 was open coming back to the ball and the 1 would have been open if he continued running forward after setting the screen. See More

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Basketball Play - Oral Roberts Golden Eagels - Full Court Play

Oral Roberts Golden Eagels - Full Court Play

Michael Lynch 03/28/2021

ORU ran this full court set with 2.9 seconds left, ball on the baseline, down 2 points. Oral Roberts was trying to get the ball to their PG & best player (1). Good Special Situations set to file away for next season. Check out the latest Plays of the Week below for more Upset #XsOs. FastModel's biggest offer of the year for new subscribers! Use code at checkout: MARCHMADNESS See More

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Basketball Play - Tennessee Volunteers - Half Court Timeout

Tennessee Volunteers - Half Court Timeout

Matt Wheeler 03/29/2019

Tennessee had to go the length of the floor for a basket with 1.7 seconds left, with the game tied against Purdue in the Sweet Sixteen. The Volunteers opted to use this play to get the ball quickly to halfcourt so they could call a timeout and run a sideline out-of-bounds play for the win. It took a little too long to run (1.6 seconds) which left them with only 0.1 seconds left on the clock for their next play. Great situational play that would probably would need at least 3 seconds to run it to be safe. See More

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