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Wheel Offense: Triple Screen into On-ball

The Wheel Offense is fantastic for creating high levels of player movement. This is great for team’s that struggle to create opportunities on the floor through players creating their own shots. The Wheel Offense can be very effective as both an introductory and elite level offensive system.

 

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Primary Transition: Small Forward Link

The Primary Transition Small Forward Link Play looks to exploit the strength of the player filling the Three (Small Forward) in the team’s offense. This Primary Transition looks to provide space for the Three (3) player in the full court allowing for a strong player to be isolated more significantly from help defence.

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Shuffle Offense: Four Flat into Hand-off

The Shuffle Offense has a number of benefits for increasing player movement. One of the key features of the Shuffle Offense, is the Shuffle Cut. This movement brings a player from one side of the floor, to the other side, in one quick action. This dramatically shifts not only the spread of offensive players in the quarter court,

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Primary Transition: Middle Lane Runner

In basketball, the Primary Transition is the bridge between a team’s initial possession and scoring opportunity. A good Primary transition will set a team apart from their competitors in bringing pace, control, and opportunity to the ongoing progression of the ball. The Middle Lane Runner Play looks to progress the ball as fast as possible up the floor for a high-octane primary transition.

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Press Breaker: Forward Bump

A Press Breaker is a type of transition specially designed to overcome the extended trapping defences. The Press Breaker Forward Bump Play looks to change the sideline down which the ball is passed while using the team’s forwards to help progress the ball. This means the quicker, often more agile players in the full court and best ball handlers are left to fill spaces that are the highest-pressure areas.

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