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01 Января 2006 Журнал "FIBA Assist Magazine"

Виды спорта: Баскетбол

Рубрики: Профессиональный спорт

Автор: Kruger Lon

Baseline Out-Of-Bounds Series

Baseline Out-Of-Bounds Series

Baseline Out-Of-Bounds Series

For the past two seasons, Lon Kruger has been coach at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. Previously, he had had been the head coach of the NBA Atlanta Hawks and an assistant coach of the New York Knicks. At the college level he was on the bench of Pan American University, Kansas State, Florida, and Illinois. He won the gold medal with the U.S. Junior National team at the FIBA Junior World Championship in 1991, as well as the gold medal when he coached the U.S. University National team at the University Games in 1995. As an assistant coach, he won the bronze medal with the U.S. Men's national team at the FIBA Men's World Championship in 1998 and at the FIBA Pan American Games in 1983.

We have done a very good job executing our baseline out-of-bounds series in the past. We must continue to improve in this area and introduce new looks that will increase the effectiveness of our series.

The series is designated by a number and an action. The first number designates the receiver of the inbounds pass. The second number designates the receiver of the guard-to-guard pass. The action is designated by the second part of the call, which will be described in a moment. It is imperative that we get to the proper spots on the court to receive the inbounds pass and execute the action.

  • The first number (receiver of the inbounds area) must catch the pass in the catch area. This is an area around the elbow extended on the side of the inbounder.
  • The second number (receiver of the guard-to-guard pass) must catch the swing pass, even with the catch area on the opposite side of the free-throw lane.

It is very important that the proper receiver makes himself available to catch the ball in the proper area at the time the passer is ready to make the pass.

We should also understand that the pass does not have to go directly to the catch area from the out-of-bounds pass. If the defense takes this possible pass away, the ball can go through the corner to the catch area and we still have the same action.

ACTIONS

  1. Strong. The big man not involved in the call comes off a shuffle cut set by the point guard stepping inbounds. The receiver of the inbounds pass screens down on the point guard.
  2. Weak. As the ball is swung, the receiver of the inbounds pass receives a flair screen from the big man not involved in the call.
  3. Counter. If the swing pass is overplayed, the receiver of the guard-toguard pass steps his man up the floor and cuts backdoor for the lay-up or the lob. Players not involved in the back cut must get their defenders up the floor.
  4. Triple. The smallest player not involved in the call runs a baseline chase off three screens for a shot (probably a 3-pointer). The shooter will start in the widest position opposite the inbounder.
  5. Weak Dive. In the weak action, after the ball has been thrown over the top of the flair screen, the passer dives to the open area of the lane.

42 STRONG

  • 4 is the receiver in the catch area.
  • 2 is the receiver of the guard-toguard pass.
  • 5 and 3 are out of the three-point line.
  • 1 passes to 4 and goes to the low-post position, while 2 fakes to cut into the lane and comes out of the three-point line (diagr. 1).
  • 4 swings the ball to 2, while 5 comes off a shuffle screen from 1 and goes to low post on the other side of the area. After the cut of 5, 4 screens down on 1 (screen the screener). 2 can pass to 5, to 1, or to 4 (diagr. 2).

It is important that we catch the ball in the catch areas. It is also important for the receivers to get free when the passer is in a position to pass the ball.

24 WEAK

  • 2 receives the pass in the catch area.
  • 4 receives the guard-to-guard pass.
  • 3 and 5 are out at the three-point line.
  • After the pass, 1 goes to the opposite side, in the low-post position (diagr. 3).
  • 2 swings the ball to 4.
  • 5 sets a flair screen for 2.
  • 5 reads the defense: if his defender jumps out, 5 slips the screen to the basket. 2 can pass to 1, to 5, or to 3, and 3 can pass to 1 in low post (diagr. 4).

43 COUNTER

  • 4 receives in the catch area. After the pass, 1 goes out to the three-point line.
  • 3 pops to swing area, taking his defender high.
  • 2 steps his man up the lane. 5 is out at the three-point line (diagr. 5).
  • 3 takes his man up the court and cuts for a lob pass (diagr. 6).

43 TRIPLE

  • 4 catches the ball in the catch area.
  • After the out-of-bounds pass, 1 steps across the lane to begin a triple screen.
  • 3 pops to catch the guard-toguard pass.
  • 5 and 2 are out at the three-point line (diagr. 7).
  • 1 screens for 2.
  • 5 screens for 2 in the lane.
  • 4 swings the ball to 3.
  • 4 sets the third screen for 2 for a triple chase.
  • 3 dribbles to the side where he received the ball and passes to 2. He can also pass to 4 or 5, who are open after the screen (diagr. 8).

The play will be run for the smallest player not included in the call.

24 WEAK DIVE

  • 2 receives the pass in the catch lane.
  • 4 receives the guard-to-guard pass.
  • 3 and 5 are out at the three-point line (diagr. 9).
  • 2 swings the ball to 4.
  • 5 sets a flair screen for 2.
  • On the pass over the top to 2, 4 dives to the basket (diagr. 10).

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