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Same alignment as Homerun "Single"
2 will fake deep and come back to the ball this time. 3 will fake the double screen for 1 and then run deep. 5 and 1 run play as if they were running homerun single.
4 looks to throw the deep ball to 3.
After a furious comeback in the 4th quarter last night, the Chicago Bulls ran this sideline out-of-bounds play with 1.5 seconds remaining to beat the Atlanta Hawks in Pre-Season action.
In typical fashion of any great Need play, Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau drew up a screen the screener action to create enough space and allow the catch & shoot for Butler before the defense could recover.
This is a sideline out of bounds play (SLOB) that can be run at the end of a quarter, half, or game for a three-point shot if necessary and a two-point shot if possible.
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This was a sideline inbounds play that was run late in the fourth quarter of the Portland Trail Blazers win over the Houston Rockets in Game 6 of the First Round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs.
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Former Maccabi Tel Aviv and new Cleveland Cavaliers Coach David Blatt used this BLOB down 1 point with 16 seconds to play in the 4th quarter against Olympiactos. They did not score. However, you can imagine it will set up a nice isolation for LeBron James in the post.
Here is a nice set for you to use after a timeout, late game situation and/or beginning of half. There are a variety of screens set in this set to create some possible mismatches on switches and the double screen for the post is key here.
The Lithuanian National Team came very close to beating Team USA in the 2012 Olympics. Lithuania had the lead in the 4th quarter. They ran this play, after a timeout, for a lay up with 2:00 minutes left in the 4th.
This Baseline Out of Bounce Play was run ferquently by Davidson College a few years back, when Stephen Curry was the focal point of their offensive attack. It is a great option if you are looking for a quick "3" after a time out or need a open look in a late game situation.
-PG passes to wing
-4 steps out to ball side corner
-Wing passes to 4 (forward)
-Ball side wing screens top of the zone
-4 kicks back to PG
-Opposite forward screens the back of the zone
-PG looks for the opposite wing for the shot
-If the PG does not skip the ball, 4 screens the outside of the zone for 2 to cut through to the ball-side corner
-Opposite forward ducks in or flashes
-Ball side forward posts/seals deep