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This is a great play when you need a post touch and score or foul. 4 comes from behind and calls "touch" as he sets a back screen on 5's defender. 5 comes circles behind to catch and score. Second option is ball reversal followed by dive and fill action. The goal is to get the ball directly in the post or on a high low feed.
Santa Clara plays in the WCC and Head Coach Kerry Keating has done a good job of revitalizing Broncos basketball. They achieved 24+ wins for the second time in 3 years in 2012-13.
In their WCC match-up with BYU on Thursday night, they ran this Secondary Action which incorporates the use of a double staggered screen & the shuffle screen. There is a lot of player and ball movement in this set forcing the defense to react quickly.
Taking advantage of the long hedge at the end of this play, the Bronocs were able to jump out to an early lead on the 3 pt play.
This basic box alignment can lead to multiple scoring options. Option #3 is designed for ball reversal followed by on ball 4-1 screen. 1 uses the screen to drive into the paint to score. 2 spots up on the right wing for open three if his defender helps.
This basic box alignment can lead to multiple scoring options. Option #2 is designed to clear the right side of the floor for 2. The key is 4's pass fake to 1 before passing to 2 on right wing. Immediately on the catch, 2 puts it on the floor to the basket.
This basic box alignment can lead to multiple scoring options. Option #1 is designed for the bigs to step out on the floor and on ball reversal, 5 uses shuffle screen from 2 to get free in the paint to score.
The Wildcats are undefeated and sitting on top of the polls
Sean Miller has a .781 winning pct. in the Pac 12 since 2010-2011 season
This Transition Set uses various screens and ends with a ball screen action opening up the lane for penetration, a pull-up jumper, or pass to the roll man
This is a great play to run against man to man and zone. 1 dribbles to the wing and 2 replaces 1's spot. On the 1-2 ball reversal, 4 flashes into the paint to draw his defender. At the same time, 5 crosses lane and sets back screen for 3 for lob play.
The Demon Deacons have already knocked off UNC this year and were looking to take down the mighty Orangemen last night at the Joel, but it wasn't meant to be.
Wake Forest has a really good Continuity Offense they used with some effect in the 1st half to seize control of the high post area against the vaulted 2-3 Zone of Jim Boeheim.
This play really does a good job of working under the zone as well and with the continuous high post action, many open shots can be found with a good passing big man.
Last night this play was run at the beginning of the game between the Florida Gators and Mississippi State.
It struck me as such a strong opening play that I had to diagram it and share with the other coaches out there.
A lot of movement, the use of the DHO and at the end, a perfectly played pass inside for the seal action and easy basket.
A great play to open the game when you have a strong 5 man who can get the 1st position inside and go to work.
Billy Donovan runs some of the most dynamic sets in the college game today.
Head Coach Jim Boeheim has once again shown what a masterful Coach he is turning this year's Orange into the 2nd ranked team in the nation with an undefeated record. The Orange have made a smooth transition to the ACC and sit atop the standings with a big showdown against Duke looming this Saturday in the Dome where over 34,000 tickets have been sold.
This Transition Stagger action is a good way to get a shooter off early in the offense if the defense sits back and relaxes. The play can also end in a post entry pass.
Johnny Dawkins played for and coached under Coach K at Duke and this influence can be seen by the good ball and player movement the Cardinals use in their Motion Offense
The Cardinals keep the floor spaced for the kick-out pass and spot up 3 and keep the lane clear for good cuts looking to catch the defense
This action is keyed on ball reversal and back screen for 3 to open area on the floor. 4 and 5 pop out to pull their defenders higher on the floor. If 3 is not available, 1 uses 4-5 down screen for a shot.
Leonard Hamilton has often been underappreciated for what he has accomplished during his time at Florida State.
This Early Offense Set combines a number of actions to get a good shot.
The Stagger action early gives their shooter a chance to get an open shot at the top of the key and the double high ball screen gives the post a chance to either get a touch inside or the misdirection leads to isolation on the weak side for the 5 Man.
This is a very well designed set and the Seminoles patience to work it through shows you what can be done to execute all options.
This play starts in high stacks and is initiated by 1 dribbling to right wing. 2-4 back screen with 2 catching on top. Weak side down 5-3 down screen to free 3. On 3's catch 4 cuts to high post and 5 seals defender in paint. An open shot for 4 is created or a post seal by 5.