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Basketball Play - 5 Rip

5 Rip

Craig LeVasseur 09/21/2015

With a dynamic player such LeBron James who can bring the ball up or also play in the post, interchanging and moving pieces around on the perimeter can create new counter options and scoring opportunities. Here a Rip screen is used to create a lob or post up opportunity for LeBron. See More

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Basketball Play - 5 (Drag)

5 (Drag)

Craig LeVasseur 09/21/2015

Just like a regular NBA drag screen, this early offense action can occur just as a read and doesn't require a call. When running this action out of a Delay alignment, it immediately becomes a Spread P/R, making it a difficult cover in transition with shooters on the perimeter and no defenders in the paint to bump the roll man. See More

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Basketball Play - 5 (Split Options)

5 (Split Options)

Craig LeVasseur 09/21/2015

Miami's "5" set, a variation of Mike D'Antoni's Delay offense in New York, begins with this basic split action, with multiple options for the offense based on how the defense reacts. The Heat used this set to great success during their 2012-13 championship season. See More

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Basketball Play - NBA Early Lob

NBA Early Lob

Wes Kosel 09/03/2015

Here is an early offense play shown in the full court. 1 dribbles up the right side of the floor as 2 and 3 both run the wings. 4 sprints ahead of 5 to screen for 2. 2 loops into the lane and times a screen for 5 at the free-throw line. 1 looks to pass to 5 with a lob or to 2 stepping out for a shot. See More

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