BasketballCoach.com presents: 25 Unstoppable Inbound Plays

Features & Benefits

  • Learn how to steal points using inbound plays from nine of the game’s finest coaches
  • Learn how to create gaps for uncontested shots using a series of out-of-bounds, under basket sets to distort and screen zone defenses
  • Learn how to prepare for switching defenses late game
  • Get the open look you need in late-clock situations with sideline inbounds plays from some of the nation’s best coaches

Nine different coaches from the NBA, college and high school levels give you the inbound plays that have helped them win some of the most critical games of their careers. Legendary coaches like Hubie Brown, Tom Izzo, Pat Summitt, and Mike Krzyzewski show you how to score against man or zone defenses with over 25 inbound plays from baseline, sideline, and full-court situations.

This collection of some of the best inbounds plays in basketball today give you the look at the basket you need to score in a variety of special situations.

Baseline Inbounds Plays vs. Man-to-Man Defenses:

  • Chips – Coach Tom Izzo shows you how to use pin screens to create inside and outside scoring opportunities. You’ll see how to use different alignments and how to get a lob for a quick score at the end of a game. The 31 and 32 plays from his inbounds collection show how to use curl shooters off of double screens at the free throw line for layups and open 3-point shots.
  • Blue Alignment – Villanova Head Coach Jay Wright shares two plays from his “blue alignment” that create isolation for your best players to run a two-man game in space, giving you as many as eight different scoring opportunities within seven seconds.
  • Box Alignment – 2010 USA Today National High School Coach of the Year Vance Downs demonstrates five plays from his “box alignment” that show you how to get open looks at the rim from back screen and screen-the-screener actions.
  • Triangle Set – Former college coach Mike Montgomery demonstrates how to run a screen-the-screener action from a triangle set for some quick open looks. If no shot is available, this play flows into single-double screens for your most talented scorer to use.
  • Duke Line Series – Former Duke associate head coach Chris Collins shares five plays from Duke’s “line” series. Each play highlights a different player for added unpredictability and can be used as counter defensive overplays on the basic set play.

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