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This BLOB gets you 3 looks for a 3pt shot. Run with less than :10 to ensure the last shot. The first option gets you a quick look will the zipper screen sets up some other nice options that you can add to later.
A very simple but effective play that coach Jasikevicius ran against Asvel. Horns set to a diagonal screen so his best shooter can choose where to exit. Either to 5 after a pin down or to 4 after a cross screen. Video clip below.
Coach Barztokas ran this simple play as their last offense for the 2nd quarter. Ghost screen to step up PNR. The ball handller attacks the rim and kicks out the ball for an open 3pt shot. Video clip below.
A very simple but effective play which Barcelona ran as their first play against Bitci Baskonia. Iverson cut to side PNR between 2-4. Mirotic as 4 chooses to pop out so he has an open 3pt shot. Video clip below.
Horns layout where the bigs start at the top but with flex screen and stagger screen it creates a lot of options. Great for a good shooter. The shooter seizes the opportunity when the focus is on the top.
Watch as Coach Tony Miller uses FastDraw, the #1 play diagramming program for basketball coaches, to share this set from the Golden State Warriors. Head Coach Steve Kerr called up this SLOB to get an uncontested 3pt look for Klay Thompson… Game. Winner.
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