101 Plays of the 2016 NBA Playoffs Playbook



101 Plays of the 2016 NBA Playoffs

The 2016 NBA Playoffs are always a basketball fans dream. The best teams that are made up of elite coaches and players all enter with hopes of winning a title and altering their legacy forever. In 2016 NBA Playoffs playbook, you have 101 different sets that were ran in the 2016 NBA Playoffs. These plays vary from simple to teach for a beginner team, to very advanced and guaranteed to get an open shot for your advanced team.

This playbook breaks down each and every one of the 101 sets to the most simple of details. There plays that result in open 2 point jump shots, open 3 point jump shots, layups, isolations and everything in between.

The consistent area that all NBA Head Coaches are judged is by their end of game ATO’s. ATO stands for “After Time Outs” and usually insinuates that the Coach had just had a chance to huddle his team up and draw up a play that puts their team in the best position to win.

As you will see in this playbook, that there seems to be some sort of consistent theme where coaches will run a specific action on the strong side of the floor (the side where the ball is) in hopes of catching the defense resting on the weak side and getting a wide open shot.

An example of a popular NBA action that you will see in this playbook is the “hammer” action. In the hammer action a weak side back screen or flare screen is set to spring a shooter to the corner. The ball is usually on the opposite wing and is being driven by the teams best ball handler towards the baseline setting up a perfectly timed drift pass to the open shooter in the corner.

As you look through these plays you will be able to have your team run the same plays that All-Stars like Stephen Curry, LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Isaiah Thomas are running for open shots.


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