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Basketball Play - Pistons Dribble Handoff Set

Pistons Dribble Handoff Set

Bert DeSalvo 12/13/2012

The Pistons ran their offense through Greg Monroe early in their December 10th, 2012 game vs. the Philadelphia 76ers. This option included two dribble handoff options for Stuckey and Prince and occurred at the 4:38 mark of the 1st quarter. The Pistons, Greg Monroe, is a versatile 6'11' lefty, who is currently averaging 15.3ppg and 9.1 rpg. See More

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Basketball Play - "Horns" - Ball Screen Slip

"Horns" - Ball Screen Slip

Luke Riegel 12/01/2012

This is a set that is effective if you have one or two good interior post players. The initial High/Low action is good early offense that you may be able to take advantage of before you even get to the ballscreen-slip. Then you have the opportunity to hit your 5 man slipping to the rim or hitting your 4 man spacing on the perimeter. You will have opportunities for high percentage shots regardless of which movement you take advantage of. See More

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Basketball Play - 2 on 1 Screening

2 on 1 Screening

Brandon Bailey 09/24/2012

2 on 1 DOWNSCREEN - 4 sets a downscreen for 3 on x3 - 3 makes a read (Tight, Curl, Fade) depending on how x3 plays the screen - Screener always goes opposite the cutter - 1 man sweeps the ball below his knees, takes 1 dribble and delivers the ball to 3 2 on 1 FLARE SCREEN - Drill is repeated with a Flare Screen - 3 can fade, curl, or face cut to the basket 2 on 1 BACKSCREEN - Drill is repeated with a backscreen See More

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Basketball Play - 3FTC Pick and Pick Offense

3FTC Pick and Pick Offense

Greg White 08/27/2012

I started thinking about this offense this summer and really like the options and flow it has. I have run dribble drive in the past. Our program currently uses the Read & React so I took the spacing, Layer 1 and added some ball screen options and a little confusion for the defense. The offense gives you the spacing to attack the basket, while incorporating ball screens that force your opponents to find the best way to defend the ball screen. I've attached a breakdown drill we will use and will post more later. If this offense is something you think might help your team, please contact me at See More

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