Best and Most Innovate NBA Sets of January by John Zall
Here are some of the best and most innovating NBA Sets from the month of January 2016. You will find drag screen NBA Sets in Transition that are always a great thing for a title-contending team. They are very effective, because you can try to score early in the shot clock. When you move the ball down the court quickly, there’s a greater chance that the defense will either be short-handed or not yet set. You will be able to confuse the responsibilities of the players in help defense and allow the scorer to make a uncontested elbow jumper.
Another of the NBA Sets that I saw where the team begins in a Horns set. Overload one side of the floor then get the them to set a quick flare screen for the point guard. Brad Stevens of the Boston Celtics is the king of mis-direction NBA Sets. Brad Stevens used a decoy lob for a post player that was a huge hit this month too in their set plays.
Fred Hoiberg of the NBA Chicago Bulls used the Slice 3 Post this last month. It’s a great way for them to isolate Noah in the post. This ATO Play was a great way to get a quick score.
Luke Walton of the NBA Golden State Warriors has used the Triangle screen for screener several times this month to get a score out this slob. They always get a shot for Curry or Thompson out of these basketball plays.
Doc Rivers of the NBA LA Clippers used the Slip Veer 52 a couple times this month in crunch-time. It’s a great way to get their two guard a great wide open three point shot.
The NBA Miami Heat used the Slice Gaggle a great shot at the top of the key for their point guard.
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