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Integrating Small-On-Big Screens into your Offensive Schemes

This article discusses various types of off-the ball-screens that are set in various locations of the floor with a smaller offensive player screen... READ MORE »

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Integrating the ‘Screen & Re-screen’ Action

Previous articles have discussed the various types of screens and their degrees of difficulty that opposing defenses have in defending them.  When of... READ MORE »

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Integrating various types of stagger-screens into man offenses

Off-the-ball stagger-screens are an invaluable tool for man-to-man offenses to integrate into their overall offensive package. They obviously can be u... READ MORE »

‘Ram screens’ can confuse opposing defenses

The evolution of man offenses has not only come with different types of ball screens, but it also modified the traditional locations that ball screens... READ MORE »

Considering alternatives to switching on screens

A varsity coach once was explaining why he demanded that all teams in his program switch on all screens. “You know,” he says at one point, “J... READ MORE »

How big-on-small screens give offenses a greater edge

Ball screens and countless types of off-the-ball screens are difficult enough for the opposition to defend. When offensive packages use those screens ... READ MORE »

Using ‘Elevator Screens’ to close the door on defenders

The “elevator screen” is appropriately named because it has two stationary screeners that are stacked together but leaves just enough room for a t... READ MORE »

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Effectively using brush screens in your offense

The brush screen is more popular in the college game and has been modified from its original form: the downscreen. With a brush screen, the cutter bre... READ MORE »

High screens, aggressive defense help Gonzaga push games out of reach

Eight games into the 2012 West Coast Conference season, the Gonzaga Bulldogs had struggled in the first half of games before putting away opponents i... READ MORE »

Time-tested rules for defending screens

Most motion offenses today include a variety of picks (screens) to free the ball or players to the basket. These screens include on-the-ball screens, ... READ MORE »


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