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Basketball Play - Ball Screen with Cross Screen & Down Screen

Ball Screen with Cross Screen & Down Screen

Basketball HQ 02/10/2013

This play is from the 2010-2011 Houston Rockets season. The big key for this play to work is having a post player that can make a pass out of the post. You have to make sure you get the timing down of your 5 man rolling off of the ball screen into the cross screen from 2, and your 4 man receiving the pass from 1. If you can train your 4 man to make the read on slipping the down screen set for 2, you will be able to get him easy lay ups. See More

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Basketball Play - Army STS

Army STS

Kyle Brown 01/31/2013

A set that I saw Army run against Navy last week. The 2 man has to set it up like he is just cutting through on the normal shuffle action and then recieves the screen from 3. Army finished with the down screen, but the elevator option would also work. See More

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Basketball Play - How Miami got Ray Allen wide open from deep in crunchtime

How Miami got Ray Allen wide open from deep in crunchtime

Mark Travis 01/31/2013

No player in NBA history has ever been more criticized for his late game play than LeBron James. Anytime he passes the ball in a close game, people begin to question whether or not he has the mental fortitude to be a winner. Thankfully, LeBron won a title last season and now all of that talk is gone. Now we can start appreciating his unselfish play in crunchtime, which is a good thing for all basketball fans. Here is a play that the Heat used down four to the Toronto Raptors in overtime last week that I call Horns Flare. Miami is going to utilize every player on the court in some way or another and the end result of the play is a wide open three for Ray Allen, which is probably the best outcome you can think of in a close game. See More

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Basketball Play - Ohio State's 4 man STS

Ohio State's 4 man STS

Kyle Brown 01/15/2013

Another really good set from Ohio State's game vs Michigan. The key to this play is the 4 man tight curling the flare and immediately going into the cross screen with 5. That way he can create seperation for himself when 1 downscreens for him. Although they finished the play with 1 coming out on the baseline side, this play could also easily finish in another Cross Screen for the 5 See More

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