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The Boston Celtics ran 3 end of game sideline out plays with 18 seconds left in a game vs Houston Rockets on 12/28/17. With a defensive foul and a few offensive fouls drawn, the Celtics were able to get 3 possessions late in the game. This is the 3rd SLOB they ran that 3.5 seconds. This is an excellent end of game set that gets a quick 2 when the defense may be set to better defend the 3. It's ideal for getting a quick 2 and immediately fouling. The defending team may be focused on a particular player or defending the 3 point shot.
Boston Celtics - Back Screen for Inbounder SLOB
Boston Celtics - Box Stagger/Iso Option SLOB
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The consecutive actions of a back screen and a down screen will result in x1 getting lost for a brief moment (helping on 3), creating enough space for an open look from deep.
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Several teams run this end-of-game SLOB. Really, 1-4 are interchangeable. For instance, I would put my best shooter in the 4 spot, ready to shoot on a kick out. My best slasher would be the 2, best screener the 5, and best inbounder the 3.
The Mercury ran this ATO to get Diana Taurasi an open three. There are multiple options, as the zipper cut turns into Pistol Action, and ends with a weak side flare screen for the inbounder.
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The luxury of having two great shooters like Steph Curry and Klay Thompson means you have options when it comes to late game situations when you need a 3.
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This SLOB was one of the only bright spots for the Kansas Jayhwaks in their national championship matchup against the Villanova Wildcast. This set can get you a look from 3 or a slip on x5's show on the shooter. This SLOB can easily start as a box if you're into disguising all your OOBs with the same setup.
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Jazz coach, Quin Snyder, uses a variety of Horns sets to maximize his unique blend of players. Joe Ingles' ability to shoot from deep at the 4 position makes this Horns play a great option as an ATO.