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The Milwaukee Bucks ran this play in the first half of the NBA season to get Brandon Jennings a three pointer. This play is just not a Need 3 action. You can also run it if you have a great post player you want to get a score on the block as well.
This short clock, long sideline out of bounds set was submitted to the NHSBCA Playbook by Winning Hoops, courtesy of Michael Ortiz from Western Samar, Phillipines. The play is designed to be used with 4 seconds remaining on the clock.
Down three with a minute to go with the defending champion Miami Heat in his building, Portland Trail Blazers head coach Terry Stotts designed a brilliant play to get his team a wide open look at a game-tying three. Thanks to his beautifiul design and his players' flawless execution, the Blazers were able to tie the game on that possession and ended up securing a signature win over LeBron and company as a result.
Keep an eye on Stotts, by the way, because his team is 5-0 in overtime this season and he has run some very nice stuff.
1 screens for 2 to receive inbounds pass.
2 passes to 1 shaping up as 4 screens down for 3. 1 hits 3 on wing for shot.
If 3 doesn't have the shot, 4 lane screens for 5 and 1 flare screens for 2. 3 can hit 2 for the shot. If the flare is not open, 3 looks to feed 5 in the post.
5 sets a side ball screen for 3. 3 can reject the screen and attack baseline (4 spaces to weak side corner) or use the screen (4 circles to ball side corner) and look for the roll or a shooter circling right.
This series of plays was submitted to the NHSBCA Playbook by Winning Hoops, courtesy of Dick Manzo from Southern Regional High School in Manahawkin, NJ. Use the same action to get a shot for your best shooter in a quick hitter, sideline out of bounds play, and baseline out of bounds play.
A play the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Cavs with on Friday night. The Bucks were down 1 with .7 seconds and got a great look. 1 set a good screen for the 4 man to the basket (which the cavs missed the switch) and then 5 does a great job of headhunting and setting a screen for the 1 to the top of the key.