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Set Play-Shuffle Cut to Single Down

Last week we included one of the more popular plays in the world - the Shuffle Cut to Stagger. Here is a version of the same set play run from a slightly different alignment, with slightly different movement but including the shuffle cut and down screen action.

1 Ball and 2 Ball Passing Warm-up

Here is a great series warm-up passing drills. Each of these drills can be done for about 30-60 seconds and will help improve hand-eye coordination, ball-handling, dexterity, and confidence. 

Isolation Play-51 Duck Back

51 Duck Back is a quick hitting isolation play to get the ball inside to the 5. The best time to run this play is after a made free throw, back court inbounds or back-court call.

Quick Hitter-Butler Weave to Backdoor

Butler ran this quick hitter vs. Virginia Commonwealth in the 2011 NCAA Semi-Finals. The play incorporated a dribble weave with a quick backdoor play and resulted in a lay-up for the Bulldogs.

Set Play-Shuffle Cut to Stagger

In 2010 Butler ran one of the more popular set plays in the world, the Shuffle Cut to Stagger. Following the theme of running different plays from the same initial action Butler also had a ball screen set and a sideline out of bounds play from the same alignment and beginning movement.

Quick Hitter-Scrape to Cross Screen

Coaches often use the same alignment and the same initial action on several plays but then make a slight adjustment to create a different scoring opportunity.