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Basketball Play - Door

Door

Randy Brown 04/23/2014

This is a proven set play for a three point shot attempt late in the game. 3 is used as a decoy to catch, return pass to 1, and curl over screens by 4-5. 1 drives the ball from left to right as 2 cuts between 4-5 as they screen and "shut the door." This will free 2 for open three point shot. See More

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Basketball Play - Close

Close

Alan Peel 04/15/2014

This was the first offensive play of the game run by Florida against UConn at the 2014 Final Four. For more, check out www.coachpeelbasketball.com, sign up for a membership, and get your first 30 days free. See More

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Basketball Play - Elbow Elevator

Elbow Elevator

Kyle Gilreath 01/13/2014

The Brooklyn Nets ran this elbow action in their game versus the Miami Heat. As 3 (Joe Johnson) came up the lane for the 3-pointer, X4 sniffed out the action and helped to prevent the catch. This allowed 4 (Paul Pierce) to slip to the block for a post-up. See More

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Basketball Play - Wing Loop Elevator

Wing Loop Elevator

Adam Spinella 01/06/2014

This elevator play is designed for a shooter to come off a misdirection cut back up the lane line to where he came from thru an elevator. What makes it so seductive for the shooter is that the elevator wasn't there when he made his original cut, so when he retraces his steps and comes thru the elevator, the defender will be blindsided by it. See More

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Basketball Play - Horns Elevator

Horns Elevator

Kyle Gilreath 12/04/2013

Last night in their buzzer beating loss to the UCONN Huskies, the Florida Gators ran this elevator play to revive their offense in the 2nd half. This is a play that ESPN Analyst Seth Greenberg talked about during the broadcast, breaking down the elevator screen. I drew the 5-1 pick in grey because it does not have to be added but is a nice tweak. In the event you need a 2 in this situation, a quick slip from 5 is also a nice option after setting the screen. See More

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Basketball Play - Stack Loop

Stack Loop

Kyle Gilreath 11/01/2013

Last night at the end of regulation versus the Orlando Magic, Rick Adelman drew up this play to get Kevin Love a 3-pointer to force overtime. This play is very simple and effective to run. However, what made it even more effective was that X4 never even moved (which I didn’t understand) and led to an uncontested 3-pointer. See More

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Basketball Play - Box Side Elevator SLOB

Box Side Elevator SLOB

Adam Spinella 09/04/2013

The Portland TrailBlazers coach Terry Stotts drew up this end game SLOB for a Blazers game winner. Needing a three pointer in a catch and shoot situation, Box Side Elevator starts in a box formation with the shooter on the opposite block. Watch the weird spacing on this play and how awkward it becomes for the defenders to hedge on the elevator screen. See More

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Basketball Play - Double

Double

Alan Peel 09/03/2013

Double is a variation of Comeback. Instead of going back to the ball-side corner, this play will involve an elevator screen to get a three-point shot for #3. For more, check out my website www.coachpeelbasketball.com, sign up for a membership, and get your first 30 days free. See More

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Basketball Play - Strong Back Elevator

Strong Back Elevator

Adam Spinella 07/31/2013

This is a play used last season by the Washington Wizards under coach Randy Wittman. The Wizards would try to get an open three pointer for Bradley Beal or Martell Webster, who they start in the corner out of a Horns formation. You'll see the defense pay a lot of attention to John Wall on this play as well; it's one of the few occasions he's been utilized as a screener and this is a good example of how it can be effective for the best player on a team to be the screener - it sets up openings for others. See More

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