Basketball Plays Olympics Inbounds

2 Inbounds Plays from the Olympics. The first is a sideline inbounds play run by the United States. The second is an underneath inbounds play from Lithuania.

The plays are taken from the Men’s Basketball HoopScoop Olympic Playbook. That is among the 40 eBooks that you can choose from to Bundle in our back to school eBook special.

This week’s eBook bundle is create your own bundle by selecting any 2 of the eBooks that we have featured over the past few years for $25.00.

I have reworked the page that lists the eBooks to make it easier to see all of the choices.

Click here for the choices.

If you have any problems, or want to include eBooks that are not listed, email me (bwilliams@coachingtoolbox.net), or call/text me at 765-366-9673.

 

 

 

 

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USA Circle SLOB

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3 enters the ball to 1

3 shallow cuts through to the opposite wing

5 ball screens for 1 while to comes off of a staggered screen from 4 and 5

The defense should be shifting with 1 and 3 coming hard to the right side, which will give 2 the open 3

1 should also be looking for 4 to slip/duck in after his screen

 

Lithuania T Zipper

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Out of a T formation, 2 cuts to the corner off a double staggered screen from 1 and 4

1 pops to the wing after setting his screen and receives a pass from 2

 

 

 

 

 

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3 zipper cuts up the lane off a screen from 4 and receives a pass from 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 sprints up to set a mid ball screen for 3

4 rolls

2 flare screens for 1

 

The plays are taken from the Men’s Basketball HoopScoop Olympic Playbook. That is among the 40 eBooks that you can choose from to Bundle in our back to school eBook special.

This week’s eBook bundle is create your own bundle by selecting any 2 of the eBooks that we have featured over the past few years for $25.00.

I have reworked the page that lists the eBooks to make it easier to see all of the choices.

Click here for the choices.

If you have any problems, or want to include eBooks that are not listed, email me (bwilliams@coachingtoolbox.net), or call/text me at 765-366-9673.

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