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The Iona Gaels used this set last season to get an open 3 point on this misdirection set. x2 was caught looking to help on 3's drive to the basket when he was hit with a stagger screen by 1 & 5.
The San Antonio Spurs utilized a lot of movement and spacing to create open rolling lanes for #21 Tim Duncan. Here they look for the quick hoop as the 3 man curls off a stagger screen. After screening #21 Tim Duncan pops back to get a catch. He executes a dribble handoff and dives hard to the rim. The Miami Heat had a difficult time dealing with him rolling.
This play can be used in the Half-Court or as a Secondary Break. It gets the ball moving and provides three different ways to score. Dean Smith and John Beilein have had a lot of success using this set and its variations.
54 Double is a play out of a modified Horns set. The 4 and 5 end up setting two consecutive stagger screens (the first being a ball screen, second a traditional stagger screen for 3 to come off). Great set to get a 3pt look.
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Tennessee will run this action in its secondary transition. Getting the ball reversed with timing is key!
The Vols tight curl off the first screener, and are physical when they cut. Sprinting through cuts is a great habit to teach players at any level.
In this action, if the first cutter is not open, it turns into a single pin down for 1.
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Former University of Michigan-Dearborn Head Coach John Mackson ran this BLOB set looking to get a score off the back screen, form the 4. The second option is the 4 coming off the stagger screen.
Head coach Brett Brown of the Philadelphia 76ers runs this simple elvator screen play, after a misdirection flare screen. A quick action to find an open 3-pointer for a shooter.
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