Basketball plays

1-4 Low

in Basketball plays

As the 1-4 High continues to be a staple of playbooks, the 1-4 Low offers multiple scoring options for teams showing patience WHY USE THIS BASKETBALL DRIBBLING PLAY There are four legitimate scoring opportunities from this single set starting with a dribble entry and replacement. SET UP Place the point guard at the top dribbling... MORE

Drop 2/3

in Basketball plays, Dribbling drills, Offense drills

Encourage hard cuts from players in both corners to create backdoor options on either side of the court WHY USE THIS BASKETBALL DRIBBLING PLAY Defenses aren’t expecting an immediate backdoor cut. By utilizing a dribble entry at the player you want to cut, it forces the defense to make a quick decision. SET UP Place... MORE

4 Out

in Basketball plays, Offense drills

WHY USE THIS BASKETBALL OFFENSE PLAY 1-4 sets look balanced so when the focus moves to one side of the court due to passes and player movements, it leaves the opposite side wide open for attack. SET UP Place your forwards/centers at the elbows and your guards/small forwards on the wings in this 1-4 high... MORE

2 America

in Basketball plays, Offense drills

1-4 sets are popular today – this play utilizes a key deep double screen to create a layup opportunity as the defense attempts to recover WHY USE THIS BASKETBALL LAYUP DRILL Effective plays always yield at least a couple of options so the team isn’t left hanging if the main goal is stymied by the... MORE

1-4 Across

in Basketball plays, Offense drills, Shooting drills

Ball reversal and pick-and-roll action create multiple scoring opportunities for teams wanting to keep the defense guessing throughout the game WHY USE THIS BASKETBALL SHOOTING DRILL Effective plays always yield at least a couple of options so the team isn’t left hanging if the main goal is stymied by the defense. SET UP The ball starts on the wing... MORE

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