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On Ball Screens (OBS): Single & Double Bump Concept

When running a ball screen you can create a no bump backside, a single bump backside, a double bump backside and a triple bump backside. The most common are a single or double bump backside. I picked up this terminology from Alvin Gentry's 2015 clinic on CoachingU - an amazing resource which is absolutely worth the price as it provides access to extremely detailed presentations from outstanding NBA coaches such as Ettore Messina and Steve Clifford among others. In the near future I will go into detail on the implications of single and double bumps, however this post is simply to outline the concept and terminology for those who may be unfamiliar with it so we're all on the same page for further examination in the future. Please click the link to the .pdf below to access a diagram of a concept that has massive implications on both offence and defence:

Single & Double Bump Concept

Why the 💀#️⃣🌀💣‼️ are the cones on the ground?