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Basketball Play - BCAM - Matt Bollant Buzz Defensive Principles Guards & Wings

BCAM - Matt Bollant Buzz Defensive Principles Guards & Wings

Dennis Hopkins 10/23/2015

Formation: 1. 1 & 2 play in the passing lanes to force a bounce or lob pass. 2. 3 & 4 set up with there back to the corner. 3. If 3 or 4 are covering the low post or baseline runner on drop to the basket as far as necessary. 4. 5 denys any high post pass. Go as high as needed. 5. 5 is not responsible for lobs over the top to the basket. Guards: 1. Play the passing lanes to the wing. 2. Fake traps and drop into passing lanes. 3. On a pass to the wing, 2 turns to play the passing lane. 4. On the pass to the wing, 1 covers the high post on the high side only going as deep as necessary. Guards: 1. On the pass back to point, 1 loops back to original spot. 2. 2 turns to play the passing lane. ** 1 must resist running to the ball and run to the passing lane. Guards: On a pass to corner from the wing all players must shift hard. 1. 1 drops to cover the weakside lane. 2. 2 covers the high post. Players read the shoulders to try and determine and prepair for the next pass. 3. On a pass back to the wing 2 would slow the ball and 1 would recover to the high post. Forwards: 1. The position themselves with their backs to the corner splitting the players of the wing and post. 2. 3 & 4 must steal lob passes from the top. 3. The deeper the ball is on the floor by the point guard the deeper the forwards must be to the low post. Forwards: 1. On a pass to the wing the strongside forward positions himself in line within the passing lane to the corner. 2. The weakside forward moves to the baseline to take any lobs to the low post. 3. The weakside forward must also be ready for the skip pass. See More

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Basketball Play - UCONN Horns Pin Down

UCONN Horns Pin Down

Wes Kosel 08/25/2015

5 sets a wide pin down for 3 in the corner. 1 dribbles right then passes to 3. Once 3 has the ball, 1 cuts off of a back-screen from 4. If 1 isn't open on the cut, 4 sets a ball-screen for 3. 3 dribbles right as 4 rolls and 2 spots up in the corner for a 3-point shot. See More

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Basketball Play - Cal Poly Baseline Read

Cal Poly Baseline Read

Wes Kosel 07/27/2015

1 dribbles from left to right towards the elbow as 3 runs across the floor to screen for 4. If x4 stays out, 4 goes underneath the screen looking for the pass from 1 at the basket. If x4 moves up to stop 1 on the penetration, 3 puts his heels to the baseline to screen x4. 1 makes the pass over the top to 4 cutting to the rim. See More

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Basketball Play - Florida Gators Horns Ball-Screen

Florida Gators Horns Ball-Screen

Wes Kosel 07/26/2015

1 dribbles towards 5 and 4 then passes to 3 cutting up from the corner. 1 quickly cuts around a back-screen from 5 looking for a quick give-and-go pass from 3. If that isn't there, 5 screens for 3 at the top of the key. 3 drives left as 5 rolls and 4 replaces 5. If 5's defender front 5, 3 swings the ball back to 4 who looks to pass hi/lo to 5 or can pass to 2 who looks for the post entry pass. See More

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Basketball Play - NBA Golden State Warriors:  Dribble Hand-Off  / Pick and Roll Action

NBA Golden State Warriors: Dribble Hand-Off / Pick and Roll Action

Scott Peterman 05/24/2015

Here is a NBA Golden State Warriors Dribble Hand-Off / Pick and Roll Action from Game 3 of the NBA Western Conference Finals. Steve Kerr is doing an excellent job in getting great motion and action into his set plays for their players. The Golden State Warriors are the team that I want to watch in the NBA Play-offs for my new sets. Steve Kerry has installed a system that is like the NBA San Antonio Spurs in it's movement, flow and creativity. The starters and reserves have bought into this system all season. David Lee is even getting a second chance in these NBA Playoffs. He is seizing the moment too. Stephy Curry and Klay Thompson are indeed the Splash Brothers and either of them can go off for 20 points in a quarter at any moment. Curry is the MVP, but Thompson is likely to go off on any night. They were one of the best teams ever in the regular season, despite the trip up from the always difficult Memphis Grizzlies. I love this action and you will notice that I chose a play where Steph Curry isn't in the game. It's an example of how their reserves have bought in. If you want to see more basketball plays like this one then check out: See More

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