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Primary Transition: 1st Big Flare

A team’s Primary Transition helps use every second of a possession on the shot clock to its full potential as a scoring opportunity. The Primary Transition 1st Big Flare looks to provide a void in the middle of the keyway for breaking offensive players to move through and acquire good scoring options.

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Motion Offense: Dribble Entry Mid-Zone Screen

The Motion Offense provides an opportunity for individuals and teams to develop successive scoring opportunities. The strength in the Motion Offense is that it can be linked to patterns that simplify the complexities of basketball offenses. The Motion Offense Dribble Entry Mid-Zone Screen Play looks to integrate some variations to the offenses standard flow that makes scouting of the play that more challenging for defences.

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Flex Offense: Hand-off Roll

The Flex Offense brings together fantastic player movement with some of the most significant tactical elements developed in basketball like the Flex Cut. The Flex Offense Hand-off Roll Play is a variation on the standard movements of the Flex Offense. The Flex Offense Hand-off Roll Play looks to create a number of back screening options centred around a catalyst of a hand-off.

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Box Offense: High On-Ball Play

One of the great features of a Box Offense is it condenses the defence into a very small area. This spacing allows the offense to gain a large amount of clean space on the floor to move within. The Box Offense High On-Ball Play looks to rapidly bring defenders away from the keyway with each side of the court the play is continued on.

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Princeton Offense: Dribble Entry Option

The Princeton Offense has long been a very popular system for coaches. This is because the Princeton Offense as a basis for a team’s offense provides a high degree of continuity. It is this continuity that helps many young and developing teams “find” scoring opportunities not necessarily by skill,

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