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Down 3 last night at Detroit we diagramed this play in a timeout to free up our best 3 point shooter while giving our PG the chance to drive it 1 on 1 with the entire side of the floor cleared for him. It forced Detroit to overhelp, and led to a wide open 3-pointer which we hit to send the game into overtime. The 5 sprinting up and acting like he was going to set a screen before he set the second screen of the stagger was a great touch as Detroit "Downs" ball screens. The stagger was successful and our 2 was able to drive it to force Detroit to help even more before kicking it out. The extra passes led to a wide open jumper.
This is a tremendous early season conditioning drill. It is a very tough drill to do when you stress that the players get to the corners and take no shortcuts.
We will do this for 1 minute on each side building up to 3-4 minutes a side.
You can choose the dribble moves they use and also what type of finish you would like at the rim.
Lastly, once they know the drill, when you want to run sprints, suicides, lines, etc. think of running this instead. Lots of handling, passing and finishing.
The Virginia Cavaliers are peaking at the right time and their run in the NCAA Tournament is going too be one too watch.
Head Coach Tony Bennett comes from a strong coaching pedigree.
This set play is run out of Transition and has the similar set-up to their Blocker Mover Offensive pattern.
There are multiple scoring options off this set and the movement, spacing and timing are impeccable.
This is a great end of game play for a team to use in a Secondary Break. With about 7 or 8 seconds left on the clock, there is enough time to dribble up in the full court and engage in this action. Likely it has to be a practiced and a default set; if it were to be drawn in a huddle for a late-game play it is likely the defense would apply some sort of full-court pressure, meaning more time would be needed to execute the set.
A common screen the screener set ran by a lot of High School, College, and NBA teams was used by the Indiana Pacers against the Miami Heat. As you will see in most of Indiana's play sets they run a lot of stuff for their 3 man, #24 Paul George. Here they use George to set the back screen for the post before he runs off 5's screen for a wing catch. He has the option to shoot, drive, or dump it inside to the posting #55 Roy Hibbert.
The Bradley Braves are a team rich in tradition dating back to the 50' & 60's
Head Coach Geno Ford is trying to rebuild the tradition at Bradley and has the team on the right track this season in the MVC
This play gets your best player in a pick and roll situation while also getting 2 quick looks for lay-ups to keep the defense honest. I've attached two ending options for you to decide which fits your needs the best.
Here's a set from the Philadelphia 76ers in the 2012 NBA Playoffs submitted by FastDraw Coach Bert DeSalvo. The Sixers use this Horns set to spread the floor and create space to get the ball into the paint.
UNLV ran today's FastDraw Play of the Day in their Mountain West Conference Semifinal. They use this quick hitting end of half play from a 1-4 Low set to set up a dribble handoff into a shot to beat the buzzer.