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Basketball Play - 1 v 1 Contact Finishing

1 v 1 Contact Finishing

Jordan Petersen 07/18/2017

Defender stands at the elbow facing the basket. Offense is on the baseline and dribbles out to the defender and goes around the defender. Once the offense turns the corner it is live. Offense is getting shoulder tip hip/chest and trying to cut off or veer defense to finish. ADD ON: Dribble decision making/change of direction move can be added. Defender can lift up right or left arm to signal what way the offense must go around. See More

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Basketball Play - 5 CONTINUOUS GAME-LIKE FINISHING MOVES

5 CONTINUOUS GAME-LIKE FINISHING MOVES

Marc Skelton 10/27/2015

This continuous game-like finishing drill works on 5 different moves from 5 different spots on the floor. These moves can be attempted at different spots using left or right hands. This drill also helps develop footwork (pivots), rip through, and ball fakes. We name the moves after NBA players as it is easier to remember and embrace. Bonus:1) Add Euro step 2) Add a blocking pad to finish with contact. See More

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Basketball Play - 5 Spot Finishing

5 Spot Finishing

Kyle Gilreath 07/04/2013

At Fort Myers High School we run the Read and React Offense from Better Basketball. If you are not familiar with the offense it consists of five spots that should always be filled. If your defenders feet are above the three point line (Read Line) and you are one pass away we tell our players to immediately cut back door. With that in mind this morning I put a couple of our guys through a grueling session of finishing moves which incorporates this concept. When finishing from the sides I like to teach my players to get their shoulders parallel with the baseline to product themselves and the ball from a defender. See More

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Basketball Play - Michigan Finishing

Michigan Finishing

Daniel Murphy 04/23/2013

Demonstrated by Michigan's John Beilein at a clinic. Great drill for first step explosion and finishing with contact and defensive pressure. 1 must explode past the defender in order to get 2 on his/her hip. Then finish strong at the rim. 2 should contest but not get in the habit of fouling. See More

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Basketball Play - Coolidge HS - Dribble Drive Action

Coolidge HS - Dribble Drive Action

Jeff Luera 11/27/2022

This a great set for dribble drive offense that provides a different angle to just attacking off the bounce. 1. The point guard passes to the 5. 2. All at the same time, the 2 goes through to the opposite side off a screen from the 4, and the point guard replaces the 2 on the wing. 3. The 5 performs a dribble handoff to the 3 and then turns the corner to attack or kick out to the point guard. 4. The point guard on the strong side wing then has the whole floor to attack with options of either finishing, kicking out to a shooter, or dumping it off to a big. Check out the video clip below! See More

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Basketball Play - Scottsdale Prep - 14 BLOB

Scottsdale Prep - 14 BLOB

Jeff Luera 11/20/2022

This is a great play to get a wide open corner three, a mismatch in the post, or some pick and roll action. The 5 flares out and recieves the pass from inbounder. The 4 sets a screen for the inbounder who flashes out to the corner. Option #1 is a wide open 3 from the inbounder (2). Option #2 is the 4. After screening for 2, 4 turns and seals on the strong side block. If no options are there the 5 swings to the ball to the point guard and sprints to set an on ball screen. The point guard has many different options coming off of that ball screen to the opposite side of the floor. This is an extremely simple, but very effective BLOB play that provides a variety of actions to score! See More

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Basketball Play - 1-4 High Game Winner

1-4 High Game Winner

Jeff Luera 10/21/2022

This play is great for late game situations. It can be used for a 2 or 3pt field goal, but has great read options for both. The set is built out of a 1-4 High set with the primary ball handler starting on the wing, the shooter bringing the ball up and primary post on the weak side of the floor. The 2 will enter the ball into the 4 at the high post. The 4 will perform a dribble handoff with the 1 on the strong side wing, while the 2 uses a flare screen out to the weak side wing. The 3 will clear out to the opposite corner. The 1 will pass the ball to the 2 off the flare screen and option 1 is the wide open 3pt jumper. The 5 will then roll to the rim after the flare screen and be ready for the dump off finish, which is the second option. This is an awesome end of game situation that uses a high level shooting threat as a distraction for a point blank layup at the rim. See More

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