Tag Archives: FLARE SCREEN

FastDraw #PlayOTD – Miami Hurricanes Ball Screen Weak Flare

FastDraw #PlayOTD – Miami Hurricanes Ball Screen Weak Flare

FastDraw #PlayOTD – Miami Hurricanes Ball Screen Weak Flare

Play of the Day – Miami Hurricanes Ball Screen Weak Flare   Miami swings the ball and has the big sprint out to set a side ball screen on the left wing. While this is happening, 4 sets a flare screen for 3 at the top of the key. 2 can pass to 5 on

January 17, 2016: Wisconsin Badgers guard Bronson Koenig #24 dribbles off a screen during the NCAA Basketball game between the Michigan State Spartans and the Wisconsin Badgers at the Kohl Center in Madison, WI. Wisconsin defeated Michigan State 77-76. John Fisher/CSM(Credit Image: © John Fisher/CSM via ZUMA Wire)

Motion Offense – Rescreen Situations

Two screening situations in your motion offense where “rescreens” can be an effective tactic.  There are instances in motion offense where screening just once is not enough. Effective screeners know how to slip, second cut and space themselves within the alignment of the offense after setting a screen. But often a rescreen is the best

BYU Flare

NCAA Tournament – X’s & O’s – BYU

BYU ran this misdirection play against Ole Miss in the NCAA First Round. It starts with a stagger screen for the 1 man, a dangerous shooter. While this happens, 2 sets a token ballscreen for the ballhandler and immediately slips the screen. The 1 man curls the stagger and clears while the 5 man turns

Eville

Motion Offense – Flare Screen Essentials

In the latest entry into the FastModel Motion Offense Forum, Vol. 4 deals with such topics as designating screeners and cutters, shallow cuts and flare screens. Fairly soon into your installation of motion offense, you will need to decide if you are going to designate players as either screeners or cutters in your offense. That

Plays of the Week – Jan 30, 2015

The flare screen is one of the best actions in basketball. Coaches spend hours drilling pick-and-roll defense and how to handle down screens. But I have found that covering flare screens is an under-taught aspect of basketball. Some keys to effective flare screens: The screeners back should be pointed to the corner of the court.

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