Sideline out of bounds basketball plays do not have to be complicated, but they need to be executed at a high level. It is important that players are cutting hard and setting screens for each other, regardless of whether they are going to get the shot or not. The goal is to put your players in a position where the defensive is at a disadvantage. Your offense needs to be able to think the game and read the defense to determine what move they are going to make. It is your job as the coach to teach your players how to think the game.
Play Name: Houston Rockets: Back Screen Handoff Counter Basketball Play
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Play Goal: Read the defense and either come off the handoff or cut backdoor.
Play Tips: Set your man up and read him. Don’t determine you move before you read the defense.