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    Quote Originally Posted by DutchJazzer View Post
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    a simple offenseive adjustment that would increase the chances for a (3point) basket

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    I reckon the idea is to swing the ball to our best shooters when helper comes to challenge the shot of the worst 3pt shooter. However, we play against so bad teams they don't rotate on defense too well and our super-genius plan backfires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zbone View Post
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    I reckon the idea is to swing the ball to our best shooters when helper comes to challenge the shot of the worst 3pt shooter. However, we play against so bad teams they don't rotate on defense too well and our super-genius plan backfires.
    Well the helper doesn't always close out on the worst 3 point shooter, so there is no way to swing the ball around.

    Fortunately, Tinsley finally hit a few the other night. But I have seen plenty of times when nobody closed out on him outside the 3 point line. In fact, they almost never close out on him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaltyDawg View Post
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    Well the helper doesn't always close out on the worst 3 point shooter, so there is no way to swing the ball around.

    Fortunately, Tinsley finally hit a few the other night. But I have seen plenty of times when nobody closed out on him outside the 3 point line. In fact, they almost never close out on him.
    That is exactly when one of the remaining 2 on the weak side should cut to the basket. If the one not at the baseline cuts to the basket right when they see nobody switches to Tinsley, and the one at the baseline moves to where the cutter came from either the cutter will have an open lane for a layup, or if there is confusion from the two remaining defenders and the other one stays low the one that slid up for the 3 should have an open look at the 3.

    Either that or wait for Jeffersin to get triple teamed and watch him shoot it. If he is triple teamed we should easily get the offensive board, right?
    Gobert has a serious defensive gravity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JazzSpazz View Post
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    That is exactly when one of the remaining 2 on the weak side should cut to the basket. If the one not at the baseline cuts to the basket right when they see nobody switches to Tinsley, and the one at the baseline moves to where the cutter came from either the cutter will have an open lane for a layup, or if there is confusion from the two remaining defenders and the other one stays low the one that slid up for the 3 should have an open look at the 3.

    Either that or wait for Jeffersin to get triple teamed and watch him shoot it. If he is triple teamed we should easily get the offensive board, right?
    If Jefferson is double teamed in the paint, and there are 3 more defenders on the weak side (all guarding Jazz players), I don't think there will be too many easy layups coming from the weak side.

    Anyone cutting from the weak side will be heading straight toward 2 defenders, plus his own defender will still be with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JazzSpazz View Post
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    That is exactly when one of the remaining 2 on the weak side should cut to the basket. If the one not at the baseline cuts to the basket right when they see nobody switches to Tinsley, and the one at the baseline moves to where the cutter came from either the cutter will have an open lane for a layup, or if there is confusion from the two remaining defenders and the other one stays low the one that slid up for the 3 should have an open look at the 3.

    Either that or wait for Jeffersin to get triple teamed and watch him shoot it. If he is triple teamed we should easily get the offensive board, right?
    That works if Al is willing to pass it back out with more than 2 seconds left on the clock. When Tinsley gets the ball back, all he has time to do is shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgt.mac.1981 View Post
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    That works if Al is willing to pass it back out with more than 2 seconds left on the clock. When Tinsley gets the ball back, all he has time to do is shoot.
    I think you're (or maybe spazz did and you just went along) confusing weak side and strong side.

    Tinsley is the one who is on the strong side with Jefferson. He's the crappy 3 point shooter who is being left open in the original post.

    Spazz said for the weak side player to cut, and that would not be Tinsley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zbone View Post
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    I reckon the idea is to swing the ball to our best shooters when helper comes to challenge the shot of the worst 3pt shooter. However, we play against so bad teams they don't rotate on defense too well and our super-genius plan backfires.
    when the ball swings it is a different offensive apttern.
    i am enjoying watching the spurs lately.
    they remind me of the jazz of the 90's
    with a system that MAKES SENSE and DEFENSE

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    or maybe corbin is a genius and what we think is the worse 3 point shooter is actuallky the best.
    tinsley has been lighting it up from 3 :P

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