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Basketball Play - New York Knicks - Stagger Pop

New York Knicks - Stagger Pop

Matt Wheeler 10/26/2016

The New York Knicks ran this early offense play in the second quarter of their season opening game against the Cleveland Cavs. They used it after a timeout to get Krystaps Porzingis open for a 3 point shot. 1 reverses the ball through 4(Porzingis) to the 2. 3 (Carmelo Anthony) curls around the staggered screen and sets a screen for 4 who pops out for the shot. This play is very effective when the 3 is an effective scorer who will draw a lot of attention. The 3 leverages that attention to set a screen and free up 4 for a shot. See More

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Basketball Play - Houston Rockets - Double Drag Lob

Houston Rockets - Double Drag Lob

Matt Wheeler 10/07/2016

The Houston Rockets ran this play early in the first quarter of their preseason game against the New York Knicks. This play utlilizes James Harden's (1) ability to draw attention and make reads off of the ball screen. 5 screens away for 4 to make it difficult to for x4 & x5 to help on the ball screens. As 1 turns the corner 3 sets a back screen for 5 going to the rim. 1 looks to make the pass to 5 for the lob. See More

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Basketball Play - 3 ON 3 SERIES PART TWO


Marc Skelton 07/16/2016

The premise of this drill is to mimic quick action in early offense. This will improve your screening, how your guys/girls catch and shoot and read the defense. On the flip side your defense will be able to not let cutters cut without being bumped and improve communication. We play a game to seven. There are three options to this drill outlined below. Drill #1 is a UCLA cut. Drill #2 works on the Ghost Screen and drill #3 has a backdoor option. See More

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Basketball Play - 3 ON 3 SERIES


Marc Skelton 05/10/2016

A great drill that simultaneously improves your team and individual players offensively and defensively is a series of 3 on 3 drills. Offensively, we work on dribble hand-offs, cuts, shooting, passing, catching, screens, and timing. Defensively, we work on communication and the different ways to defend screens. I also like this drill because it helps to reduce turnovers. See More

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Basketball Play - Wichita State Screen The Screener

Wichita State Screen The Screener

Brandon Mullis 03/19/2016

With just under 2:00 left in the first half of the 2nd Round of the NCAA Tournament, Wichita State ran this screen the screener action against the Miami Hurricanes. However, the Hurricanes did a nice job of getting through screens and defending this action, not allowing either of the two primary options designed for this particular set. The Shockers were forced to take a contested 3-point shot later in the shot clock after things broke down offensively. See More

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Basketball Play - Tar Heels Secondary

Tar Heels Secondary

Dana Beszczynski 03/18/2016

UNC Classic Secondary Action Coming down off the break using ball reversal to move the defense, the back screen is set looking for a quick lob action On ball reversal to the TOK, the big-big screen takes place and Carolina's big men are adept at using their bodies to duck-in and get position for the pass from the TOK See More

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Basketball Play - Utes Double Stagger Option

Utes Double Stagger Option

Dana Beszczynski 03/18/2016

Although Jakob Poeltl has been a heavy focus of the Utes offense in the 2nd half of the season, Utah has balanced scoring with players like Bonam, Kuzma, and Loveridge, not to mention Taylor. Here is a double stagger action run out of the Fast Break looking to get a good look at the basket from the TOK. Option to hit the post man is also there and the shooter can look to curl if the defense trails the screen. Larry Krystowiak does a good job changing his sets and moving his players to where they can be most effective on the floor. See More

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Basketball Play - Miami- Roll/Replace Action

Miami- Roll/Replace Action

Andrew Lacey 03/18/2016

Coach Jim Larranaga wants to play up-tempo and score in transition. This year they have concentrated more on getting the ball inside the paint more. Even though it has a modern day (4 Out) look it still has an old fashion (inside-out) approach to basketball. To execute this plan they use a variety of ball screen type action and roll/replace concepts. Having a very good point guard that can drive and shoot makes this tough to defend. See More

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