Baseline out of bounds basketball plays can be the difference between winning or losing a close game. It is the perfect time to run a set offensive play, and give your team a great chance to get a quality shot. Your team should be scoring between 4-8 points on BLOB’s plays every game. As a basketball coach you want to take advantage of every scoring opportunity that you can.
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Unless it is an end of game situation and you are simply trying to inbound the basketball, you should always be trying to score on baseline out of bounds plays. There are a couple of keys to executing these plays the right way though. Firstly, you want your team to get set as quickly as they can. Don’t let the defense have time to get organized and matched up, but try and get into the play as quickly as you can.
Secondly, you need to teach your players the importance of setting good screens and cutting hard, even if they aren’t going to be the one shooting the ball. The reason why this is so important is because most baseline out of bounds plays are going include misdirection or some kind of screening action, and the only way an open shot is going to come is if all the players are a threat to score.
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This is a great inbounds play run by the Boston Celtics and it is going to allow the offense to get the ball in, and then quickly get into a quality action.
This double screen play is going to give the offense the ability to read the defense and then run the original play, or use the counter.
This baseline out of bounds double single screen play is going to make the defense guard multiple screening actions.
This mid post play is going to be run our of a dead ball situation from the baseline, and is going to be set up by a pin down action.
This baseline double play is going to be run from a baseline out of bounds position and is designed to get a great shot off of the inbound pass.
This BLOB basketball play is designed to get your offense a great look off of the inbounds pass.
This BLOB four high play is not an advanced play, but it is effective if all the players cut hard to score.
The goal of this diagonal screen flare screen play is to make the defense either give up a layup, or an open shot on the flare screen action.
This pin down play is going to be out of a baseline out of bounds action. For this play to work the players must set good screens for each other.
This BLOB back screen/flare screen play is going to have the shooter set a screen and then get a screen for the shot.
This BLOB play is not a very complicated play, but it can be very effective if the screeners set good screens, and the shooter cuts hard.
This is a great BLOB basketball play for getting the ball in, and then getting right into an immediate scoring opportunity.
For this double stack play there is going to be two cutters that curl off the action, and it will be up to the inbounder to pass it to the open player.
This baseline out of bounds play is going to start out in an elbow double stack formation, and is going to look to get a shot on the inbounds pass.
This flare screen play is going to be run from a baseline out of bounds set, and can be used to get a good shot after a dead ball.
This BLOB basketball play is going to involve a back screen and then a hard dive to the basket. Hopefully it will open up a chance for a basket.
This baseline out of bounds play is going to involve a post pin down curl which should hopefully end up in a great look at the basket.
This BLOB stack back screen play is going to give your team a chance to get a quality shot off of the inbound pass.
This BLOB double stack dive play is going to give the inbounder one of two passing options, and if run the right way one of them should be open for a shot.
This BLOB double screen play is going to get one of your best shooters a quality shot right off of the inbound pass.
This play is going to be out of the four flat formation and it is going to involve a ball screen slip action to take advantage of an over show.
The four flat post up play is going to try and get a deep post up catch and finish out of the baseline out of bounds pass.
This back screen/down screen play is going to be executed from a baseline out of bounds dead ball situation.
This is going to be a baseline out of bounds screen play that is going to try to get a good look at the basket on the entry pass.
This BLOB basketball play is going to help to get a quality shot off of the inbound pass.
This baseline out of bounds double screen play is going to try to get the shooter a 3 point shot on the backside of the defense.
This BLOB flare screen dive play is going to make the defense have to chose between helping on the shooter and giving up a layup, or letting the shooter go.
This double stack play is going to be use from a baseline out of bounds set, and is designed to get a quality shot for your team.
This is a simple screen the screener baseline out of bounds basketball play but if done the right way it can be very effective and get some easy points.