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Building a Contender | Using the Glass | Flare to Back Screen | 45 Cut

Building a Contender | Using the Glass | Flare to Back Screen | 45 Cut
By Hoop Coach • Issue #84 • View online

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Flare to Back Screen
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2 Teaching Phrases to use to help teach the 45 Cut on penetration:

1️⃣See Space, Take Space—45 Cut when you see space between the Nail Help and Low Man.
2️⃣See Behind the Cut—CP3 sees behind the 45 Cut as the Low Man takes the cutter, opening a passing window for Crowder.
There's no team in the NBA that 45 cuts versus nail help better than Phoenix. Beautiful cut here by Cam Johnson opens up a 3 for Jae Crowder.
NBA Concept: The 45-Cut
NBA Concept: The 45-Cut
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