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Basketball Play - Cleveland Cavs - Pindown Horns Spread

Cleveland Cavs - Pindown Horns Spread

Matt Wheeler 05/08/2017

The Cleveland Cavs ran this inverted variation of the Horns set early in game 4 against the Toronto Raptors. Normally in a Horns set 5 & 4 set the ball screen up top with 2 & 3 in the corners. In this lineup the Cavs have 4 shooters spaced around LeBron James (3) so it was easy for the guards and posts to switch roles and still keep everyone spaced on the perimeter. 5 & 4 set pindown screens for 1 & 2 then cut to the corners. 3 turns the corner on the ball screen to look for a shot or any of his teammates spaced around the 3 point line. See More

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Basketball Play - Ball Screen Sets - Horns Double

Ball Screen Sets - Horns Double

Doug Brotherton 05/04/2017

"Horns Double" is another wrinkle off of the basic "Horns Action." The set creates multiple actions, behind the ball screen. With the post player defending the ball screen, the help is eliminated on the weak side double stagger screen. If the defense recovers, the play ends with a Flare screen for the 4. This set requires the defense to have perfect switches and/or a perfect scramble rotation. As we see, throughout the history of basketball, great offense has an advantage over great defense. This set creates those advantages. See More

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Basketball Play - Ball Screen Sets - Horns Flare

Ball Screen Sets - Horns Flare

Doug Brotherton 05/04/2017

"Horns Flare" is a wrinkle off of the basic "Horns Action," It has two major benefits. The first is that it puts the big, who is in the middle of defending a ball screen action, into a tough defensive scramble. If read properly, this will create a big offensive advantage. It also occupies both bigs, away from the basket, which opens the lane for an aggressive drive from the guard. See More

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Basketball Play - Utah Jazz - Horns Rub

Utah Jazz - Horns Rub

Ryan Nguyen 04/16/2017

The initial rub screen from 1 is decoy action to allow him a step ahead of his defender as he sprints into the DHO with 5. Because X1 has to help on the curl from 3 to the basket this allows 1 to get a step ahead of his defender. 4 screens in for 3 to occupy help on the roll. See More

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Basketball Play - Utah Jazz - Horns Gut DHO

Utah Jazz - Horns Gut DHO

Ryan Nguyen 04/16/2017

Horns action from the Utah Jazz. 3 (Gordon Hayward) sets an elbow ball-screen for 1 then rolls to the front of the basket. 5 & 3 then execute a dribble handoff. The purpose of this action is to allow Gordon Hayward to get a step ahead of his defender when he explodes into the DHO as his defender is trailing behind. See More

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Basketball Play - South Carolina (W) - Horns 53 High Low

South Carolina (W) - Horns 53 High Low

Aseem Rastogi 04/01/2017

With 5:57 left in their Final Four matchup with Stanford, Coach Dawn Staley called this Horns set to get a quick high low for their 3 player who was being guarded by a smaller defender. South Carolina loves to run their high low action with A'Ja Wilson and Alaina Coates, but with Coates nursing an injury, they had to turn to an unconventional high low action to keep it rolling. See More

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