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1-4 High Screener

přidáno: 23. 5. 2010 10:31, autor: Tomas Cada   [ aktualizováno 23. 5. 2010 10:34 ]





(Level – Beginners and up)

Summary

This is a simple youth play that involves a couple screens that will open up a shot close to the basket. If that's not open, your best shooter will get an opportunity to knock down a shot.


Personnel

Player 2 should be a good shooter. Player 1 should be a good ball handler and an outside threat. Player 4 should be able to finish near the hoop.


Instructions:

1. Player 1 dribbles to the right wing.

2. As soon as Player 1 starts dribbling towards the wing, Player 2 cuts through the lane and sets a back screen for Player 4. Player 4 jabs away from the screen to set their man up for the screen then goes straight to the ball side block.



3. Player 1’s first option is to pass the ball to Player 4 on the block.

4. After 4 runs to the block, Player 5 goes into the lane and set a screen for Player 2. Player 2 goes to the top of the key. Player 1's other option is to pass the ball to Player 2 after they come off the screen.
For youth players, Player 2 does not need to go much past the free throw line. Player 5 also should set the screen a little closer to the hoop.







5. If neither one of those options is open, Player 1 can shoot, dribble drive, or pass the ball to Player 5 who should flash to the ball after Player 2 clears the screen.

Cutters

přidáno: 23. 5. 2010 10:25, autor: Tomas Cada   [ aktualizováno 23. 5. 2010 10:29 ]







(Level – Beginners and up)

Summary

This play is great to use for youth and advanced coaches because it is very simple to teach, yet effective. You can also use this as a simple, continuity offense that you will run over and over. The offense starts in a basic 1-3-1 set. It will also provide dribble-drive opportunities.


Personnel

You want Players 4 & 5 to be your post players. You want players 1, 2, & 3 to have good ball handling skills.


Instructions:

1. Player 1 can pass to either wing, Player 2 or 3. If the player is on the block on the ball side, they will cut to the opposite block to clear out the ball side. In this case, Player 4 goes to the opposite block to open up a basket cut for Player 1. It will also create an opportunity for Player 2 to dribble drive, if he/she sees an advantage.




2. Player 1 fakes towards the opposite wing, then brushes their man off Player 5 as they cut to the basket.
















3. When Player 1 reaches the block area, Player 5 flashes to the high post. Player 2 can pass to either Player 1 or Player 5. If Player 5 gets the ball in the high post, they can also dump the ball down to Player 1. If Player 1 can get the defensive player on their outside hip, they can get an easy score.















4. If Player 1 is not open, he/she cuts to the opposite wing, and Player 5 replaces them the key. Player 4 cuts to the free throw line.


















5. If Player 5 & Player 4 are not open, Player 2 returns the ball to the top of the key. They are back in the original set, and Player 3 can start the offense again by passing to either Player 2 or Player 1. If the ball is passed back to Player 2, Player 5 will have to cut to the opposite block again. If the ball is passed to Player 1, Player 5 stays on the left block.

Three

přidáno: 23. 5. 2010 10:17, autor: Tomas Cada   [ aktualizováno 23. 5. 2010 10:21 ]






(Level – Beginner/Intermediate and up)

Summary

This play is a great decoy to set up for an outside shot in the corner. There are also options to pick-n-roll, post up, and dribble drive.


Personnel

Player 1 & 2 should be able to hit an outside shot. Player 3 should be able to dribble drive. Player 5 should be a strong post player. Player 4 should have the ability to roll after setting a screen.


Instructions:

1. Player 1 passes to Player 3.





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2. Player 5 & Player 1 set a double screen for Player 2.




















3. When Player 3 receives the ball, Player 4 comes out and sets a ball screen for Player 3 at the top of the key. Player 3 dribbles around the screen.


















4. Player 3 passes to Player 2 who is coming off the double screen to the right wing.

5. When the pass is thrown to Player 2, Player 5 turns and sets a screen on Player 1’s defender.

6. Player 2 shoots or passes to Player 1 who runs off the screen to the corner for a shot.

3-2 Shuffle

přidáno: 23. 5. 2010 10:09, autor: Tomas Cada   [ aktualizováno 23. 5. 2010 10:16 ]







(Level – Intermediate and up)

Summary

This play gives you opportunities to score inside, shoot an outside shot, or use it as a continuous offense. You can pass the ball to the left or the right to start the play.


Personnel

Players 2 & 3 should be good shooters and Players 4 & 5 should be your strongest post players.


Instructions:

1. Players 2 & 3 pop out to the wings. Player 1 passes to Player 3.






2. Player 1 fakes to screen Player 2, then cuts back to the top of the key.

3. Player 3 looks to pass to Player 4 in the post. If Player 4 is not open, Player 3 passes the ball to Player 1.
If Player 1 is not open on the cut back to the ball, they can go set a screen for Player 2.














4. Player 4 sets a back screen for Player 3. Player 3 will take a step towards the sideline to set their man up for the back screen.
Player 3 will try to cut over the top of the screen and looks for the pass from Player 1.

5. If Player 3 is not open cutting through the lane, they set a screen for Player 5.













6. After Player 4 sets the back screen for Player 3, he/she opens up to the ball. Player 1 passes to Player 4. Player 4 will look for Player 5 coming across the lane. Player 1 sets a down screen for Player 3 who will look for a shot at the top of the key.
















7. If Player 3 does not shoot, the offense is in its original set to run the play again. The play can go to either side.

Box

přidáno: 23. 5. 2010 10:04, autor: Tomas Cada   [ aktualizováno 23. 5. 2010 10:09 ]





(Level – Intermediate and up)

Summary

This play is great because you have multiple options: an easy inside score, dribble penetration off a screen, mid-range shot, or a 3-point shot.


Personnel

Player 3 should be a slasher that can go all the way to the hoop or pull up for a jump shot. Player 5 should be a post player. Player 2 should be one of your good shooters.


Instructions:

1. Player 1 dribbles to the wing.

2. When Player 1 reaches the wing area,  3 goes to the corner. Player 1 passes the ball to Player 3.



3. After the pass, Player 5 goes to wing to set a backscreen for Player 1. On the back screen, it’s very important that Player 5 gives the defensive player one step.
Otherwise, it is an illegal screen.

4. Player 3 looks to pass to Player 1 if it is open. If it is not there, Player 1 clears out to the opposite wing.














5. After Player 1 reaches the low post area, Player 5 will go set a screen for Player 3. Player 3 looks to dribble drive or pull up for short jump shot. After Player 5 sets the screen, they look to roll to the basket.

6. As Player 5 is going to set the screen, Player 4 sets a down screen for Player 2. Player 2 takes a step into the lane before the screen arrives to set up their defender for the screen.

7. If Player 3 does not have an open shot or a pass to Player 5 rolling to the basket, he/she should look for Player 2 for an open outside shot.

Xavier

přidáno: 23. 5. 2010 9:59, autor: Tomas Cada   [ aktualizováno 23. 5. 2010 10:03 ]








(Level – Intermediate and up)

Summary

This play gives you three great looks into the post for easy scoring opportunities.


Personnel

Player 1 should be your good ball handler. Player 2 should be an outside shooter. Player 3 should be a slasher and able to score close to the hoop. Player 5 should be a good post scorer.


Instructions:

1. Players 3 stacks under Player 4. Player 3 pops out to the wing to receive a pass from Player 1.





2. Player 1 makes a v-cut and receives the pass back from Player 1.



















3. Player 1 dribbles the ball to the left wing, and Player 2 does a flare cut to replace where Player 1 was. As this is happening, Player 4 sets a back screen for Player 3.


















4. Player 3 curls over the top of a screen set by Player 5. If the pass to Player 3 is not open, Player 1 dribbles down the left wing. Player 4 flashes high and Player 2 drops down on the wing.

















5. Player 1 can pass the ball to Player 5 who should be isolated on the block.



















6. Player 1 can also pass to Player 4.

7. Player 4 can look to attack or hit Player 5 with a pass, who should be cutting into the lane.

UNI

přidáno: 23. 5. 2010 9:49, autor: Tomas Cada   [ aktualizováno 23. 5. 2010 9:57 ]






(Level – Intermediate/Advanced and up)

Summary

I picked up this play watching University of Northern Iowa when current Iowa State coach Greg McDermott used to coach there. This is by far one of my favorite plays out of a box set. It involves two ball screens, a back screen, and a screen the screener that opens up a 3-point shot.


Personnel

Player 1 should be an excellent ball handler with the ability to drive. Player 2 should be a good shooter. Player 3 should also be a good shooter. Players 4 & 5 should be your post players.


Instructions

1. Player 1 dribbles to the left wing and switches directions with the dribble. As soon as Player 1 comes to the wing, Player 4 should step out to the 3-point line to set the screen and Player 3 will pop out to the wing. Player 5 will follow almost instantly to set a second screen for Player 1 near the top of the key.
Timing is crucial here. You don't want Player 5 to come out too early or too late. It will take practice to get the timing down.


2. As Player 1 dribbles around the second screen set by Player 5, Player 2 sets a back screen for Player 4. After dribbling around the second screen,

Player 1 will have a split second where they can attack the hoop. He/she will want to utilize a hesitation dribble here. If nothing is open, it's very important not force it.







3. As soon as Player 4 clears the screen set by Player 2, Player 5 sets a down screen Player 2. Player 2 will flash to the top of the key for an open 3-point shot.

If Player 4 is open flashing across the lane, Player 1 will throw the pass. If that's not open, the second option is to pass the ball to Player 2 at 













4. If neither one of the first two options are open, Player 5 may be open flashing to the ball after Player 2 has cleared the screen. 

If defensive player guarding Player 3 cheats into the lane to help, Player 3 may be open for the skip pass.

Blue

přidáno: 23. 5. 2010 9:36, autor: Tomas Cada   [ aktualizováno 23. 5. 2010 9:44 ]







(Level – Advanced and up)

Summary

This play is very effective because it has three different plays off the same initial set that could be used throughout the game to fool the defense.


Personnel

Player 1 should be able to catch a lob pass and have the ability to make the outside shot. Player 2 should be a good passer. Player 4 should be a strong post player.


Instructions:

This play starts with this initial step for all three plays off the lob:

1. Player 1 passes the ball to Player 2.

2. When the pass is thrown to Player 2, Player 3 cuts through the lane and runs off a screen set by Player 4 around the block area.

3. After Player 3 clears Player 4’s screen, Player 4 turns to the ball and posts up looking for the ball.



Option A:

4. Player 5 sets a back screen for Player 1. Player 1 must wait for the screen and set his man up by stepping towards the ball. Player 4 must be posting up hard in order to draw the defense’s attention away from the back screen. Player 2 will throw the lob pass to Player 1 if it’s open.









Option B:

5. Instead of going in for the lob, Player 1 does a flare screen to the opposite wing for a 3-point shot.

6. Player 2 can pass it to either Player 4 or Player 1.















Option C:
7. This time Player 1 goes off the back screen all the way to the block, then v-cuts out back to the opposite wing.

















8. Player 2 passes the ball to Player 5. As soon as this happens, Player 4 sets a back screen for Player 3. Player 5 quickly passes the ball to Player 1. And Player 1 looks for Player 3 in the post.

44

přidáno: 23. 5. 2010 8:24, autor: Tomas Cada   [ aktualizováno 23. 5. 2010 8:27 ]






(Level – Advanced and up)

Summary

This play works well because it involves lots of movement and it gives you three scoring opportunities close
to the basket and multiple options for a mid-range shot


Personnel

Player 4 should be your best jumper. Player 1 should be your ball-handler. Player 3 should be able to finish around the basket and make the outside shot. Player 5 should be able to finish down low. Player 2 may be a good shooter that you could use as a decoy.


Instructions:

1. Player 2 down screens for Player 5. Player 3 down screens for Player 4. Players 3 & 4 pop out to the wings.


2. Player 1 passes to Player 5. When the pass goes to the wing. Player 2 sets a screen across the lane for Player 3 and Player 4 sets a flare screen for Player 1. After Player 2 sets the screen, he/she flashes to the ball side elbow.

















3. If Player 3 or Player 2 is not open, Player 5 returns the ball to the top of the key to Player 4. Player 3 continues through the lane to the corner.

4. After the pass is thrown to Player 4.  4 immediately swings the ball to Player 1, and Player 2 to goes the wing to set a back screen for Player 5. Player 5 cuts through the lane looking for the pass.













5. After Player 5 has passed through the screen, Player 2 will step up and set a back screen for Player 4 at the top of the key. Player 1 looks to lob the ball to Player 4. Player 2 should open up to the ball for a shot at the top of the key after they set the screen.

Flat

přidáno: 23. 5. 2010 8:15, autor: Tomas Cada   [ aktualizováno 23. 5. 2010 8:20 ]






(Level – Beginner and up)

Summary

This play is a simple, quick-hitter for a three point shot against the 2-3 zone.


Personnel

Player 2 should be your shooter. Player 5 should be a big body to set a solid screen.


Instructions:

1. Player 1 passes to Player 2 on the wing. Player 5 runs to the corner.






2. Player 2 passes to Player 5. After the pass, Player 2 cuts to the block on the ball side and Player 1 fills his spot on the wing.



















3. Player 5 passes to Player 1 on the wing and sets a screen on the outside guy on the zone and Player 2 runs off the screen to the corner.
















4. Player 1 passes to Player 2 for an open 3-point shot. For youth, it could be a 12-18 foot shot.

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