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Out-Of-Bounds plays

Side-Stack, Cross-Court Jumper

Side-Stack, Cross-Court Jumper

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An off-the-ball double screen stymies the defenders who can’t recover in time to challenge the open mid-range jumper. Why use is Move the inbounder to the opposite corner and shift the defense. A right-side double screen frees your shooter. Set up Stack three players on the lane line closest to sideline where the ball is... MORE

Sideline Set Nets 3

Sideline Set Nets 3

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From Basketball Coach Weekly   An inside double screen with a shooter coming high baits the defense to shift left as one of your screeners flares right for an open 3-point opportunity.   Why use it   Trailing Croatia by four with 17 seconds remaining in the Olympics, Spain’s men’s team ran this sideline play... MORE

"Love" these 3 options off a line

“Love” these 3 options off a line

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From Roger DeBoer, head coach at Lynden Christian High in Lynden, Washington When you have a big man with the ability to shoot from the perimeter, the floor stretches, your options increase and the chances the defense stops you decrease. Why use it When forming a line of players at the free-throw line, defenders are... MORE

Find the forgotten inbounder

Basketball Plays: Find the forgotten inbounder

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From Geno Auriemma, head coach of the University of Connecticut Huskies women’s basketball team. Slip the baseline inbounder to the opposite block as you attack the strong side with the dribble to create a high-percentage layup opportunity vs. a man defense Why use it Many times when the action is on the side upon which... MORE

‘America’s Play’

‘America’s Play’

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The side ball screen, dive, reverse to the top and pass to the rolling screener is popular today – see it run from a side out-of-bounds situation. Why use it Teams are running this set because it offers multiple options to score, gets everyone moving and confounds defenses. Set up Have three players in a... MORE

Leave the defense guessing

Leave the defense guessing

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From the Providence Friars men’s basketball team playbook When the defense expects the ball to go to one of your stars, use action to create decoys and create a high-percentage layup chance for a more-than-capable player. Why use it Trailing USC, 69-68, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament with just three seconds remaining,... MORE

Portland Trail Blazers's inside circle sets up lob

Portland Trail Blazers’s inside circle sets up lob

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From Terry Stotts, head coach for the Portland Trail Blazers Portland’s Terry Stotts drew up this beauty of an inbound play leaving a defender running in a circle and a step behind as his responsibility is elevating and scoring at the rim. Why use it Unique baseline inbound plays always are an important part of... MORE

Boston Celtics' cross-court 3-pointer

Boston Celtics’ cross-court 3-pointer

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From Brad Stevens, head coach of the Boston Celtics This is the perfect play to run when there only are a few seconds left on the clock – it creates spacing for a shooter without the ball being in play. Why use it Most teams don’t risk a turnover on a cross-court sideline pass to... MORE

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