Sideline out of bounds basketball plays can be a big part of the game. In the NBA, they are used a lot more frequently than they are at the college or high school level, but they are still important at any level. Every out of bounds basketball play is a chance to get your team organized and to run a set basketball play that you have already worked on.
Unless it is an end of game situation where you are up and looking to run time, don’t just look to get the ball in. Look to score or get directly into an offensive action. Set basketball plays are a great way to get good looks at the basket, so don’t waste the opportunity to run them from a sideline out of bounds position.
The quicker you can get your team set and into the offensive play the better, because it limits the defense’s time to get set up and defend the play. Another important key to any out of bounds play is making sure that your players are setting good screens for each other and cutting hard, even if they will not get the ball. They must respect them as an offensive threat, which will open up the primary receiver.
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This is an Atlanta Hawks sideline inbounds basketball play that is going to work great for creating a quality shot for your team.
This ball screen basketball play is run out of a sideline out of bounds dead ball situation. The goal is to get the ball in and get right into the play.
This rescreen counter basketball play is going to take advantage of the defense by using multiple screening actions in a row.
This sideline out of bounds basketball play is going to hopefully help your team get a great look at a shot from a dead ball situation.
This double screen basketball play is run from a sideline out of bounds situation, and is going to be used to get a shooter a good look at the basket.
This SLOB basketball play is going to try and get your team a great shot or look at the basket right off of the inbounds pass.
This Golden State Warriors basketball play is going to work on getting a quality shot from a sideline out of bounds basketball play.
This flare screen rescreen basketball play is great for executing multiple screens in a row, and hopefully ending up with a quality shot.
This is a great pin down basketball play run out of a sideline out of bounds entry. They key is setting good screens and being able to read the defense.
This basketball play is going to involve a back screen flare screen action, which should hopefully open up a good shot for the offense.
This handoff counter basketball play is going to give the cutter the option to use the handoff action or the counter. It will be determined by the defense.
The sideline out of bounds back screen down screen basketball play is a good because it gets right into the offense as soon as the ball is passed in.
This backdoor basketball play is going to be run out of a sideline out of bounds entry pass, and is a great way to get a quick basket.
This Houston Rockets sideline out of bounds double screen handoff basketball play is going to get the ball in and then then go right into to the offense.
This Houston Rockets basketball play is going to work on getting a great shot out of a sideline out of bounds situation.
This sideline out of bounds basketball play is perfect if the clock is under 3-4 seconds and you need to get a quick shot off.
This is a very basic hand off basketball play, but it is all about reading the defender on the hand off and then making the correct adjustments.
This sideline out of bounds double screen basketball play is going to inbound the ball to the high post and then set a double screen for a shooter.
For this hand off basketblal play to work, the shooter must set a good screen and the first cutter must sell the cut and be a threat to score.
This LA Clippers basketball play is designed to allow a shooter to run off of multiple screens in a row to help get them open for a catch and shoot shot. It is a great set play to run for a shooter.
This SLOB basketball flare screen play is going to be used for an end of game situation where there is only a few seconds left on the clock.
This sideline out of bounds down screen basketball play is going to let your team get right into a scoring opportunity when the ball is entered.
This handoff basketball play will look for the handoff, but if it is not there it will turn into a fake, and the player will use a ball screen instead.
This post up basketball play is going to be executed from a sideline out of bounds dead ball situation, and is designed to get a deep catch and finish.
This is a great side line out of bounds basketball play to get a quick quality shot at the basket. It is important that you have quick hitter out of bounds plays for end of game situations
This post dive basketball play will work on getting a good look at a shot from a sideline out of bounds pass. It's a great play to run with limited time.
This handoff basketball play is going to be run out of a sideline out of bounds action. It is going to get the ball in, and then look to get a quality shot.