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Ball Screen Sets

Plays YOU Can Use: Ball Screen Sets

Plays YOU Can Use: Ball Screen Sets

The ball screen is one of the most popular and most effective actions in basketball. From Stockton to Malone to the Spread Ball Screen Offense, screening for the ball-handler has been a staple of every coach’s playbook. This week, our Plays YOU Can Use series features 10 ball screen sets and counters that every coach should

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Ball Screen Concepts – Arrive Alone

Ball Screen Concepts: Six ways to get the screener to “arrive alone” when setting ball screens.  Nothing ruins a party like an uninvited guest. When setting ball screens the screener’s defender can sometimes be just that – an annoying tag-a-long that ruins things for the ball handler. The ball screen can potentially give the dribble an

Dec. 17, 2014 - St. Louis, Missouri, U.S - St. Louis Billiken guard ASH YACOUBOU (3) uses the screen from St. Louis Billiken forward MILIK YARBROUGH (4) to get away from University of Texas-Pan America guard SHAQUILLE BOGA (5) during a non conference game  between St. Louis University Billikens and the University of Texas-Pan American (UTPA) played in St. Louis, MO. at Chaifetz Arena.  Where St. Louis defeated UTPA 75-69 (Credit Image: © Richard Ulreich/ZUMA Wire)

Mastering the Pick and Roll

Keeping offense simple but structured allows players to work instinctively within a system.  In past newsletters I have discussed Horns action and Pitch early offense action but while both Horns and Pitch can be executed quickly, often times getting into action within the first 6-8 seconds of a possession and attacking the first available advantage

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