Thursday, September 22, 2011

Transition Offense: Ball Inside

Nowadays a lot of teams want to play transition offense as much as they can. They feel fine with established positions when they aren’t able to finish off the fastbreak and the idea of not giving the defense the opportunity to settle is a valued one for many coaches.

Here we see a nice situation from Israel National Team, in which after the inside pass, they set a screen for the passer that will give the center two pass lines. So he can play one on one, give it back to the guard or pass to the power forward, specially when the latter is a good shooter.

Let’s take a look.

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