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Inbounds Plays

a) Baseline
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3 across
Argentina
Blazer
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Brazil 1
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China
China flex
Corners (vs. zone)
Cross-screen
Georgia Tech
Hoya flex
Iso lob
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Korea
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Line
Lithuania zipper
Lob to 5
Poland
Screen-the-screener
Slovenia flex
Spain high-low
Stack 3
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Lob
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Lee Rose
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Line
Pick-the-picker
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Hal
Hubie Brown
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Malone 1-4 series
March Madness
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Nash box
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Versoix
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b) Sideline
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Backcut
Backscreen-flarescreen
Barcelona
Belarus stagger
Carolina
CSKA under 2
Cuba 1
Diagonal up
Duke
Five
Huskie
Latvia
Overload
Phoenix lob
Rockets
Slip to hand-off
Spain handback
St. Francis
Breaking pressure
Frankston stack
Hubie Brown
Izzo wizard
Nash
Wootten triple
Rose X-out
Other
Ashbury
Bill Self
Double-double
Duke series
Fraschilla
Fratello 3
Fratello 3 box
Golden State
Hurley
Izzo play 1
Kuchar line-in
Line
Memphis A
On the run
Pick-the-picker
Regular
Villanova
Villanova butter
Western
Wing quick
Winner
Zipper

c) Buzzer beaters

Fake-and-go

End-out plays can be characterized by what the inbounder does after passing:

  • just enter the court, usually opposite the ball
  • use a downscreen from the ballside wing
  • flex screen for the ballside wing
  • use a double-screen
  • use a single-double screen
  • cross-screen
  • cross-screen then use a downscreen (triangle action)
  • cross-screen then use a double-screen
  • follow his pass for a handback.

A stack (line) or box set are common alignments. From a box set, screening options include:

  • two cross-screens
  • two upscreens
  • diagonal upscreen
  • upscreen then diagonal upscreen
  • diagonal upscreen then upscreen.

A common end-out tactic against zone defence is to use both corners, see Corners (zone). For end-outs that can be used against man or zone defence, see Line, Lob to 5, Stack 3, Jayhawk, Izzo chips, special and special-special, and Tennessee and Trojans also use the corners.

On side-outs, common actions are a zipper cut by the primary receiver, and a backscreen for the inbounder (e.g. Backscreen-flarescreen). Another counter against entry denial is a ballside overload and backscreen for the primary receiver, which can lead to a lob pass for an easy basket (e.g. Huskie).up



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