Spurs Strong 2-ball
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Two-ball shooting using coaches, the offensive set is Strong.
The Spurs don't try to break down a 5-man situation with 5 guys out on the floor, they do it out of a 3-man breakdown.
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Use players 1-3-4.
Swing the ball, 1 and 4 stagger away for 3, who waits for the screens, comes off to the top of the key.
(In-game option - then 1 runs the baseline to the ballside corner)
Coach hits 3, 1 flattens out to the corner, 4 flashes up for a catch, 3 comes off 4 looking for the ball, 4 opens up inside (reverse pivot on the left foot) for a late pass over the top (the Spurs get this 1-2-3 times a game).
(In-game option - 4 comes out to ballscreen)
4 gets a pass from the other coach, makes a dribble hand-off to 1 (Parker), who comes off for a floater.
In a game, this is the counter if 3 does not get a pass from 4.
Use players 2-3-5.
Swing the ball, low post 5 goes block to block, 3 doesn't come off the stagger, he goes away.
(In-game option - the first screener turns and uses the second screen)
2 passes to 3, 5 backscreens for 2, who gets a pass for a shot, then 5 ballscreens for 3.
5 rolls and gets a pocket pass from 3 for a layup.
To create ball movement, create an advantage, i.e., two defenders on the ball.