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Basketball Play - Pistol


Justin Scanson 12/24/2014

This is a great set to run out of transition or dribble drive. 1 can pass the ball up to the wing or dribble handoff to 2. 4 trails directly in to set an on ball. This is hard to guard for x2 who is managing a dribble handoff, traffic from 1 and x1 and then an on ball screen from 4. See More

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Basketball Play - Slip


Kyle Gilreath 12/23/2014

UCONN's Geno Auriemma demonstrated this play this Summer at Coaching U Live in Las Vegas. This is a simple action that you get the floor moving early in the offense and keeping both bigs involved and creating hard to guard situations. As 3 comes off the pick, if X5 engages the ball and helps, a throwback to 5 may lead to a quick feed to 4. However, if 5 quickly shows and starts to get back, that is opportunity for 4 to come out and flare 5...4 has another opportunity to slip after setting the flare. See More

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Basketball Play - Hawk 42

Hawk 42

Kyle Gilreath 11/01/2014

Last night during LeBron James' homecoming, the Cleveland Cavaliers ran this action to start off their game vs the Knicks to kick off the 2014-15 season. Running LeBron to the weak side put more attention on the pin-down for 5 (Varejao) as the Knicks thought the action would be going to James' side of the floor. However, the Cavs sneaked in 4 (Love) behind the rim off a cross screen and was able to seal his defender for an easy catch and score. See More

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Basketball Play - Maccabi Tel Aviv FIST DOWN

Maccabi Tel Aviv FIST DOWN

Marc Skelton 08/15/2014

This Cleveland Cavaliers' coach David Blatt set is poetry. Everybody gets involved. The ball touches both sides of the floor- simutaneously breaking down the defense. What is great about this play is the backdoor cut is always open. Also, this is a fantastic offense to practice in the preseason. It will help your team read the defense a lot better and look for different ways to score. See More

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Basketball Play - Hammer


Sebastian Wild 08/10/2014

This Hammer play has been on of the staples in our offense. It combines in Ballscreen-, Backscreen- and multiple Handoff (and back door) options, a number of actions that are very hard to defend. Especcially when they happen "in flow" and off of constant movement. It'll give all of your players touches and scoring opportunities, while playing on multiple sides of the floor. See More

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Basketball Play - Regular Low (on make)

Regular Low (on make)

Sebastian Wild 07/13/2014

This "Regular Low" Action is our way of flowing from our sideline-break into our half court offense after conceding a score. It's a great way to change sides of the floor early in the possession and establish a game in the paint, as we are looking inside after a lob action for our trailer or create a deep post up position for our big after a cross screen off of movement. If run with pace and crisp screening, this is a very difficult action to defend. See More

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Basketball Play - ISU Diamond

ISU Diamond

Dana Beszczynski 05/30/2014

Fred Hoiberg's name has come up in several off-season NBA Coaching openings, showing the amount of respect he has at the highest levels. Hoiberg's experience in the NBA shows in the way Iowa State executes and runs their offensive sets. Everything is predicated on good spacing & player movement. Hoiberg gives his players the ability to create 1 v 1 situations and use their skills to breakdown the defense which in turn creates opportunities for everyone else on kick-out passes. This very easy to run Diamond play can be run for any one of your players to create an isolation situation. See More

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Basketball Play - Vegas


Alan Peel 05/06/2014

Quick hitting secondary break play to get a quick shot for your best shooter (#2). For more, check out the website, sign up for a free membership, and get your first 30 days free. See More

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Basketball Play - Iowa State Drag Hi-Lo

Iowa State Drag Hi-Lo

Daniel Murphy 05/02/2014

Play from Iowa State Coach Hoiberg. Drag screens are a great way to put pressure on the defense. These options allow the offense to continue flowing if the defense fronts the low post on the hi-lo. On 5's hand off with 1, 2 will lift out of the corner, known as a "shake". For spacing purposes 4 goes to the short corner on 5's roll. See More

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