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Basketball Play - Chin Dribble Weave

Chin Dribble Weave

Lee DeForest 02/09/2012

This Post Up comes to us from Coach Lee DeForest at Basketball Coaches Club. For more on the complete Princeton Offense, get Coach DeForest's e-book, 'Winning with the Princeton Offense Basketball Guide,' (created with FastDraw). This excerpt takes you through the Chin Dribble Weave. See More

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Basketball Play - Play of the Day 01-08-2012: Rub

Play of the Day 01-08-2012: Rub

FastModel Sports 01/08/2012

4 runs in front of 1, trying to get in the way of 1's defender. This works best if both are going hard. 1's first look is for penetration to the rim or kick out to 3 if defender helps. If 1 kicks out to 3. 4 continues down to screen for 5. They use screening action rules (one to ball one to basket). Here 5 curls to block and 4 pops back to the ball. 4 catches at top of key and has the option of passing to the strong side or the weakside (may also look high - low). Here 4 passes to the strong side and screens "down" for 2. On all "down" actions the wing has three choices: a) curl b) back cut c) post. Here 4 passes to the weakside and screens away. Once again we have the rules that cover screening: one to the ball and one to the basket. See More

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Basketball Play - Drill of the Day 11-03-2011: 1/2 Court Deny Post Flash

Drill of the Day 11-03-2011: 1/2 Court Deny Post Flash

FastModel Sports 11/03/2011

Drill starts with one defender in middle of paint. Two offensive flashers on one block, one on the other. Two passers out on top or wings. Coach begins drill by passing opposite of two flasher side. On pass, one player flashes to ball-side high post. Defender denies flash - bumps the cutter. On the skip across, defender drops to I. Cutter goes to opposite block. The opposite block player would then flash Same action to opposite side. Run for :30 per defender or so. See More

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Basketball Play - Play of the Day 09-07-2011: Defensive 5-Second Call

Play of the Day 09-07-2011: Defensive 5-Second Call

FastModel Sports 09/07/2011

Today's FastDraw Play of the Day takes you to Eurobasket 2011 in Lithuania, for a look at the defensive side of the ball. In Second Round action today, France needed a defensive stop against Turkey to seal the victory. Turkey had the ball out of bounds, down 3 points, with 5 seconds to play in the game, but failed to inbound the ball within the 5-second time limit to do so, and France hung on to win the game. Every coach at one time or another is in a position where their team needs to force a 5-second call to have a chance to win the game. Usually, it occurs when trailing, and rarely does the team pull it off under pressure. In this case France used it to clinch victory in a game they were leading. The video below show you exactly how this play described above unfolded and allowed France to walk away with a Eurobasket victory: See More

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