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Bob Hurley End-of-Game Press Break “Flood”

This press break from high school coach, Bob Hurley, puts severe pressure on the opposing defense late in games when they’re gambling to get turnovers. Hurley especially likes this press against the diamond press or 1-2-2 press. The press break releases the two guards long, while the two bigs flash from half-court to the ball. When the point guard reaches half-court ...

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Sideline Out of Bounds Play: Matt Painter Purdue Three-Pointer Staggered Screen

This sideline out-of-bounds play by Purdue’s Matt Painter creates a wide open three-pointer off a double staggered screen for your best shooter. This play also flashes a secondary shooter to the opposite side, and establishes an isolation post-up for your big-person.   2 is your best outside shooter 5 is your low post player 3 down screens for 1 flashing to the top of ...

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Late Game Huskies Drill: Creative Ways to Practice End-of-Game Situations & Improve Your Team’s Basketball IQ

Have you ever been frustrated in the last ninety seconds of a game, down by four points, imploring your team to foul but not getting anyone to execute? We’ve all been there! How often do you practice end-of-game situations with your team? What drills, activities, or situations do you use to raise the collective intelligence of your players? The activity outlined below ...