By Hoops U. The Doublestack Flash is a good zone offense set play to run against a 1-3-1 zone defense. 1) The play begins with O1 dribbling toward O3. O3 cuts through the lane and out to the weakside corner/wing. O2 slides over into the gap at the top of the key. 2) O1 passes to O2 cutting into the gap at the top.
This is a great quick hitter that puts a 2-3 zone in a few tough situations. This play works best if 4 is a threat to shoot the 3 at the top of the key. Once 1 initiates the play and swings the ball, quick ball movement and spacing put x4 in a spot where they have to figure out to whom they want to give the wide open 3.
DIAGRAM E: If the low defender fights through P1’s screen by coming over the top, then P1 and P2 should run a quick give-and-go play toward the basket. Baseline double vs. zone defense DIAGRAM A : The ball is reversed from 1 to 4 to 3. 1 dives to the ball-side corner. 4 dives to stack with 5 on the opposite post. 2 fills the point.
Basketball Plays: 2 5 Out Quick Hitters. The plays are from Kyle Pertuset’s Spread and Go Motion Offense. The 5 Out Spread and Go Motion Offense Playbook and the and the Spread and Go Motion Offense Drills Playbook is combined with Scott Peterman’s Ultimate Matchup Zone Playbook as this week’s eBook bundle.
Overload - Very simple zone play that is effective against all zone defenses. Overload 2 - This is a variation of the Overload zone play to help you get more easy buckets. Pitt - This is a great zone play to use against 2-3 zone defenses. Jamie Dixon popularized this play to beat Syracuse's zone defense. Shallow - This is a simple, yet effective zone play that is most useful against a 2-3 zone defense, but can also be used against other defenses.
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Quick hitters – sometimes called “set plays” – are strategically planned and choreographed sequences designed to get open shots and score points for your team. While these plays are not typically part of your regular half court, continuity-based offense, some coaches prefer using quick hitters that share the same formation and spacing.
The “Thumbs Up” quick hitter yields an easy basket in the paint against any zone. Start in a three-out set, with the two interior players in the short-corner area on opposite sides of the court. Before jumping into the play, the ball always is passed from point to wing, and back from wing to point to shift the defense. The play is run to the opposite side of the court from where you sent the initial pass. DIAGRAM 1: Thumbs Up (A).
Quick Hitter #3 "Trips" This has been my favorite play. We call it Trips because it is basically 3 plays in one. I have actually run this as a primary offense for some summer leagues when we did not have time to install a standard offense.