Inbounds Play (Under the Basket): Post 1

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Summary

This inbounds play can get you easy baskets by isolating your post player under the basket. This play is meant to be run against man to man defense.

Personnel

1 PG
2 Big guard
3 Shooter
4 Front court player
5 Best post up player

Instructions

Post

Player 4 screens across the lane for 1.

1 cuts to side.

5 screens, only as far as the basket.

3 cuts, as wide as possible.

The purpose for these cuts is to clear out the lane and allow 5 to seal on his screen.

Post

Player 2 looks to inbound to 5.

If he can't find 5, 2 inbounds to 3.

5 holds his screen under the basket.

3 passes to 5.








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Ron says:
9/16/2014 at 11:30:55 AM

Like this play going to try it tonight with my high school girls team.

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Ken says:
11/25/2012 at 7:59:07 PM

Coach -

As for 5 - IF he doesn't receive the pass from the inbounder.... and the ball goes to 3 - 5 needs to post up outside the lane above the block. That way there wont be any eggs laid with that play. :-)

5 is starting outside the lane, so he should be able to set a screen on the defender stepping out since he has to play on the inside of 5 otherwise (it seems to me) that 5 could get an easy pass.

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coach prince says:
11/25/2012 at 7:44:50 PM

I am coaching a college basketball team. I am concerned that the 3 or 4 defender might easily cover the number 3 cutter in a 2-3 zone. I honestly think that 5 is the best shot since 3 will give defenders the diversion needed to get an easy shot beneath the hoop Also in the Philippines, we follow FIBA rules in amateur games so I am also concerned with 5 laying an egg at the paint (the way we fondly call a 3-sec violation in our country.lol)

For my team, I would choose a tall guy to make the inbound and 1 to be my sharp shooter from the arc in case things get hairy down low. Then again, this play is brilliant

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Jason Reese says:
11/22/2010 at 9:17:32 AM

I'm running a similar play. Mine is based on the last shot to win the game.

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Chris says:
2/16/2010 at 10:29:36 AM

It is not an impressive inbounds play.
You want the newest inbound plays, contact casbasketball@gmail.com

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Rob williams says:
11/9/2009 at 4:17:07 PM

Ouch! In relation to the 3 second call on out of bounds, I`ll hold my hands up on that one -My page 29 reads the same as yours!Just call it a `senior moment` my worry is that I seem to get `senior weeks` these days!

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fact checker says:
10/31/2009 at 6:58:06 PM

Actually FIBA rules clearly state the ball has to be possessed in the front court and the clock has to be running. So this is a valid play to FIBA.
page 29 of the FIBA rules manual.

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Ernie B says:
1/25/2009 at 8:11:31 PM

This play would not work on zone D.

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Michael says:
12/18/2014 at 12:44:52 AM

It can work fin on a zone. Say the defense is playing a 2-3.

When the 3 flashes to the corner, the side defender in the bottom three has to defend her/him.

If 5 seals properly, he/she has taken out the middle fo the zone defenders.

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Rob Williams says:
12/5/2008 at 1:56:16 PM

Hey guys!You might be safe in the States with this one. however, in Europe FIBA rules clearly state that the 3 second call starts as soon as the inbounding player is handed the ball - ooops! Still a good play as long as the ball is inbounded sharp!

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Coach says:
10/30/2008 at 6:39:21 PM

I will try this @ practice this weekend.

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