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Set plays vs. Man
The Japanese Women's National team ran a baseline out of bounds series out of the same alignment.
Lithuania is one of the great basketball playing countries in the world. In the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Lithuania was well represented by a very strong men's team.
This is a baseline out of bounds play the Spanish Women's National Team ran in the summer of 2011.
This baseline out of bounds play vs. man to man defence includes the opportunity for a lay-up and a 3 pt. shot.
This is an series of baseline out of bounds plays that can be run from the same alignment. Running different plays from the same alignment helps disguise what the team is running.
'Diagonal Up' is a baseline out of bounds play that is good for Gr. 8 and Jr. teams because it is both simple, and designed to get lay-ups, rather than jump shots. The play also helps build on the fundamental skills of reading a screen and learning the screening concept of 1st and 2nd cutters.
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