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Basketball Play - Pick and Roll Offense: "The Other 3"

Pick and Roll Offense: "The Other 3"

Safa Kamalian 09/28/2018

During the past decade, especially after the 2006 FIBA world championship, the pick and roll offense was given a newfound level of attention. The avenues with which you can go down when discussing the pick and roll are endless (angles, spacing, player development, proper defensive technique). Here are the common options which the other three players outside of the PNR action can be involved in. There are definitely more options for the “other 3” but these are the most common approaches teams use today. See More

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Basketball Play - Pick and Roll Progression

Pick and Roll Progression

Zach Weir 07/03/2018

This is the progression we use to prepare our players to be successful in running different PNR actions all over the court. We work on a combination of these actions every single day in order to get our players making quick and efficient reads in games. Click here for more #PlayerDevelopmentWeek content! See More

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Basketball Play - Toronto Raptors - Stack Pick and Roll

Toronto Raptors - Stack Pick and Roll

Cooper Smither 04/09/2018

The Toronto Raptors have followed the league-wide trend of introducing stack pick and rolls into their offensive playbook over the past two seasons. It leverages their best players' top skills, as their backcourt is tremendous in pick and roll scenarios, while Kyle Lowry in particular is a tremendous screener for his size. Dwayne Casey has implimented the use of stack pick and rolls by toying around with how the action is initiated, but has recently settled on going 4 flat along the baseline before lifting the screeners for the high ball screen. 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

null null 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: http://www.mensbasketballhoopscoop.com/ See More

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Basketball Play - Cincinnati Pick and Roll Set

Cincinnati Pick and Roll Set

Jon Giesbrecht 03/24/2015

Cincinnati ran this set multiple times against Purdue. Cincinnati ran this down by 4 with 8:58 remaining in the second half, their point guard penetrated off the side ball screen and pitched to the shooting guard for a catch and shoot rhythm 3 pointer. Cincinnati ended up winning this game to advance to the third round. See More

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Basketball Play - Double Mid Pick and Roll

Double Mid Pick and Roll

Dan Murphy 04/19/2013

This double screen was run by the Los Angeles Lakers in the second half of their 118-116 win over the Golden State Warrios 4/12/13. It allows your ballhandler to drive the right side of the court with an unprotected basket and if cut off reverse the ball to a big for a hi-lo pass. See More

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Basketball Play - Denver Nuggets - Motion Off-Ball PNR

Denver Nuggets - Motion Off-Ball PNR

Matt Barnthouse 11/28/2018

The Denver Nuggets took advantage of their versatile lineup on this play during a 117-85 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on November 27th. It takes principles of a basic "pass and cut" motion offense, along with dribble penetration and pick and roll concepts. It starts out with passes and cuts, but then Jamal Murray (1) cuts back while Nikola Jokic (5) screens, starting a pick and roll action off after Murray receives a pass from Paul Millsap (3). This confuses the Lakers defense, which does not switch, and LeBron James, who is defending 4, is late on the rotation leading to a layup for Murray. The advantage of having bigs that can shoot is that if LeBron rotated earlier, Murray could've passed to either Juan Hernangomez (4) or Malik Beasley (2) in the corner for a catch and shoot opportunity. Sharing the ball forces the defenders to make decisions. The more decisions that have to be made, the more chances for an error that an offense can take care of. Having versatile players like the Nuggets do makes those defensive decisions so much tougher (do I stay on my guy and perhaps leave him open for a 3? Do I help?), which can often lead to these late rotations and result in buckets. See More

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Basketball Play - Gonzaga Bulldogs - Floppy Circle Hit

Gonzaga Bulldogs - Floppy Circle Hit

Dave Nedbalek 11/27/2018

This is an incredibly hard set to guard. Great action leading to an empty middle ball screen and if 1's defender is tagging the pick and roll like he should be, 1 will either be open on the throwback or 5 will be wide open at the rim. See the video below. Highly recommend watching Coach Few's teams play with scratch paper handy or FastDraw open! FMS Blog: Maui Invitational - Top 10 Plays See More

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Basketball Play - Gonzaga Bulldogs - "Miami" X

Gonzaga Bulldogs - "Miami" X

Dave Nedbalek 11/27/2018

This is one of my all time favorite sets! There are several looks that Gonzaga bypasses in favor of the post up. This set when run fully has a guard mismatch post up opportunity, lob look, stretch post 3, double pin downs for shooters, seal post ups for those screeners, and then ball screen with throwback action. See these options in the video below. I highly recommend adding this set to your playbook. Check out my PlayBank library for a more thorough breakdown of this set run by Jim Larranaga at Miami University. FMS Blog: Maui Invitational - Top 10 Plays See More

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