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Atlanta Hawks SLOBs - Iverson series. The Iverson cut into the wing ball screen is one of the many options of this series. Check out the video below for the series and its progressions.
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Besiktas and Turkey National Team Head Coach Ufuk Sarica calls up this set for a shooter to get a look. Misdirection and false actions to mask the staggered screen for the shooter to get free.
Common ball screen set run by Ratiopharm Ulm who won the Germany-BBL regular season title. The set starts in a horns alignment and includes a flex screen, zipper screen, and dribble weave action into the spread pick and roll. Many teams in Europe will commoly have different entries that eventually flow into the spread pick and roll to create confusion amongst the defense. The defense must defend mutiple different actions with this spread pick and roll entry and will have to properly communicate in order to properly defend the dribble weave ball screen.
A sideline out of bounds by Basketball Champions league winner Iberostar Tenerife. This is an example of an inbound connecting to offense seamlessly (In this case, Spread Ball Screen).
This also demonstrates the TAKE and TWIST concepts.
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When building your playbook for next season, we want to give you some things to consider. For example, do your sets have anything that make them easy to scout? Do they all start from different formations? Is it difficult to flow from the base offense, into the sets? Do they all use the same action? Do the sets lack versatility? These are all challenges, which coaches must consider, and do not realize until they face the best teams on their schedule. The "Elbow Series" below is an example of some sets that check all of the necessary boxes, which make them a solid addition to your playbook.
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The Milwaukee Bucks opened game 4 against the Toronto Raptors with this play designed to get a lob dunk to 5 and help get the home crowd going to start the game. 1 follows the entry pass to 5 get the ball back on a handoff. 2 then sets the back screen on 5 putting the defense at a size disadvantage at the rim and forcing x2 to try to protect on the lob.
The Gators used this set out of a timeout in the 1st half against Virginia in Round 2 of the NCAA Tournament.
The multiple ball screen action is very tough to defend and yields an open 3 pt shot to Robinson who broke out in Game 1 of the Tournament for Florida.
Florida moves their personnel around the floor creating the best angles for screening and attacking off the dribble.
Virginia Tech used this 1-4 high set, to get a post iso. The combination of a weak side flare, and a curl cut eliminated the help defense. The set resulted in a great shot, in the Hokies tournament match-up with Wisconsin.