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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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High Post Offense: Cross Cut

The High Post Offense is a popular with teams who lack a strong inside presence. This can be due to an inexperienced player in this position or an undersized line-up. Either way the High Post Offense is useful at pulling the defence away from the basket and forces teams into making long close-outs which result in greater driving possibilities.

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Flex Offense: Screener Isolation

The Flex Offense is a favourite of many coaches and has become a highly developed offensive philosophy in its own right. A variation to add depth to the possible options available is the Screener Isolation Play. Within the Flex Offense the Screener Isolation Play places a player on one side of the floor and the rest of the team on the other.

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Introduction to Flex Offense


From the moment of its introduction the Flex offense has been regarded as the most popular form of offense used in Basketball. It emerged in the 1970’s and is now widely used around the world. At its simplest the Flex offense is nothing more than just a patterned movement of players performing cuts and screens constantly.

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