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Here is a quick hitting isolation play the Great Britain Women's Olympic Team ran last summer.
This is a quick hitting isolation play Indiana U. ran last year for their outstanding freshmen, Cody Zeller.
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.
America's Play is cross screen-down screen action, where a post player is brought to the ball-side block, with a cross screen by a smaller player, and the small then comes off a down screen by a second post player.
Post isolations can be used to take advantage of mismatches or to attempt to draw a foul on a specific defender. Here is another post isolation play; this one was used by Michigan State in the 2010 NCAA Tournament.
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