1) The 'Twins' quick hitter is designed to get a layup. In the opening set, O1 has the ball at the top, O2 and O3 are on the low block, O4 is at the free throw line and O5 is stacked above O3. 2) The play starts with O2 and O3 cutting to the wing. O1 has the option of going to either side. In this diagram, O1 goes left -- if he had … [Read more...]
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The V-Cut is a method of getting open to receive a pass on the basketball court. It is called a 'v-cut' because the cut is made in the shape of the letter 'V'. As the diagram below demonstrates, a v-cut is generally made by a player on the perimeter cutting toward the lane, planting hard on the outside foot, and then cutting hard back to the … [Read more...]
The '2 Corner Set' quick hitter is designed to get a quick shot, especially in the clutch or in late game situations. 1) The opening set begins with O1 at the point, O2 and O3 in the corners, and O4 and O5 stacked side-by-side at the free throw line. 2) O2 starts the play by making a straight line cut towards the top, but then … [Read more...]
The Turnover Play is a nice play to run when you have just committed a turnover the previous time on offense. The intent of this quick hitter is to get a good shot by one of your best players. The play begins as shown in the diagram; O5 can either start high (if his defender plays behind) or he can start low and flash to the high post. O1 … [Read more...]